September Books

I’ve written several Christmas stories inspired by the nativity narrative. Christmas Child was probably the most farfetched story—and also the most fun to write.

Instead of the familiar, recognizable Bible characters for their annual Christmas Masquerade, my hero and heroine choose to dress as a servant and a soldier at King Herod’s palace. God protected the baby Jesus, but He uses Preston and Eliza to rescue a fatherless infant from the scheming mill owner.

For my second giveaway this month, I’ll share my other Wise Men story, Christmas Visitors. It’s more of a short story than a novella, but three wise women from the East arrive in Texas with a special Christmas message.

Last month Barbara Thompson won A Small Town Kind of Love and Delores Leisner won Civil War Brides. Two lucky people this month will win either Christmas Visitors.

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  1. Delores Liesner
    Delores Liesner says:

    Well now those look like fun trips into the past for unique holiday reading. You know I love to spend my Decembers reading – a book a day – and Christmas Visitors sounds like a great start for 2017!

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  2. Barbara Thompson
    Barbara Thompson says:

    I love the cover and the sound of the story of Christmas Visitors. I see it will be part of a series. I’m sure it’s a great book.

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