Blog Award! Tell Me About Yourself Blog Award

Saturday, November 12, 2011



I won this award from Melanie @ http://christianbookshelfreviews.blogspot.com/2011/11/my-fourth-blog-award-tell-me-about.html

The rules are:
I am suppose to tell 7 things about myself.
and pass it on to 15 bloggers.
1. I am absolutely, positively over the head in love with my husband, Mark.

2. Being a gramma is better than anything around.

3. Bon Jovi is the best ROCKER ever!

4. Besides my husband, Jesus has my heart and soul.

5. I love old movies.

6. I love the beach.

7. Besides reading, writing is my 2nd most favorite thing to do.

I am passing this on to

1. Mary at BookHounds

2. Janna at Cornhusker Academy

3. Michelle at Healing Hearts

4. Relz at Relzreviews

5. Deena at A Peek at My Bookshelf

6. Tina at TinasBookReviews

7. Amy at My Friend Amy

8. Vanessa at Ramblings of a Texas Housewife

9. Louise at BookBagLady

10. Casey at The Bookish Type

11. Andrea at So Many Books, So Little Time

12. Molly at BookReviewsbyMolly

13. Nora at Finding Hope Through Fiction

14. Kathy at Bags, Books, & Bon Jovi

15. Kelli at I'd So Rather Be Reading
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Revell - The Christmas Shoppe




Book Description:

The small town of Parrish Springs is not ready for Matilda Honeycutt. A strange older woman with scraggly gray hair and jewelry that jangles as she walks, Matilda is certainly not the most likely person to buy the old Barton Building on the town's quaint main street. When it becomes apparent that her new shop doesn't fit the expectations of Parrish Springs residents, a brouhaha erupts. After all, Christmas is approaching, and the last thing the town needs is a junky shop run by someone who looks and acts like a gypsy. But as townsfolk venture into the strange store, they discover that old memories can bring new life and healing.

Once again, Melody Carlson delivers a Christmas story that will touch hearts and delight the senses. Sure to be a classic, The Christmas Shoppe is filled with the special magic the best Christmas stories share--that intangible mixture of nostalgia, joy, and a little bit of magic.

My Thoughts - It wouldn't be Christmas without a novella from Melody Carlson. This was a moving story that I really enjoyed. The bad thing about novella's is that your really enjoying the characters and then it ends. This is a definite must read for Christmas!
 
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