Monday, December 10, 2012

Book Review: Checkin' It Twice

Every year, LDS Publisher holds a Christmas story contest and asks her readers to submit. She then chooses her favorite story, which is awarded the Publisher's Choice, and readers of the blog can vote on their favorite story, which receives the Reader's Choice. I'm tickled to say that I won both Publisher's Choice and Reader's Choice in 2009, but that's not why I'm posting today (although it's always fun to brag).

LDS Publisher has teamed up with Rosehaven Publishing to produce books of the best Christmas stories submitted. You can read the book with my story in it by clicking here to purchase. (Oh, wait - was I bragging again? Sorry ...)

This year's volume is called Checkin' It Twice, and it is filled with delightful stories that will definitely bring the Christmas spirit into your home. You can read the stories one a day or read the entire book in one sitting. You can share the stories with your family, all curled up with hot cocoa while wearing your fuzzy socks. And because LDS Publisher selected these stories, you'll be assured that they are high-quality reads.

Because it's Christmas, I have some additional information to share that will make the holiday even more merry.

You can purchase the book here.

If you make the purchase before December 15th, you get some really awesome free stuff. Click here to learn more about that.

And ... and ... I'm giving away one e-book copy free on this blog. Well, I'm not giving it away - LDS Publisher is donating it. Isn't that great?  All you need to do is leave a comment on this blog and tell me your favorite Christmas memory. You will then be entered for a drawing. You can enter once, and be sure to do it by midnight on December 15th.

Bring some extra holiday cheer into your home this season with Checkin' It Twice!


Karlene said...

Thanks for the review! I'm not entering because obviously, I already have the book.

But one of my favorite Christmas memories is that my grandparents would sneak over to our house around 6 a.m. on Christmas mornings and set off firecrackers. We were told that was Santa leaving and we couldn't get out of bed until then.

When we were little, it would wake us up, but as we got older, we'd wake up early and watch for them from my bedroom window. But no matter how old I got, I still felt that excitement bubble up in my stomach when I heard those fireworks go off!

Angie said...

Thanks for the review, Tristi! ( Don't enter me in the drawing.)

Amie Borst said...

awesome! thanks for the review!

Mindy said...

Every year brings new memories. One of my favorite was giving my then 4 year old, now 14, her first Snow White costume she wanted.

pc said...

Nice interview...I'll check this out! thanks for sharing and happy holidays!

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