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12 Days of Christmas Giveaway – Day 10

12-days-horizOn the tenth day of Christmas, my favorite authors gave to me…

I hope you’ve been joining us for the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway! If not, we still have a few days to go, so dash through the snow…and the books! Today I’m adding my novel Anchor in the Storm to the festive mix.

Here’s how it works: We’ll randomly select a winner every day for the first twelve days of December. And each day the prize builds with another book or book-related goody.

The tenth day winner will receive:

Hazardous Holiday by Liz Johnson
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Audiobook download of Watercolor Dreams by Sherry Kyle
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Concealed Identity by Jessica Patch
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A Family Arrangement by Gabrielle Meyer
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His Prairie Sweetheart by Erica Vetsch
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Where Two Hearts Meet by Liz Johnson
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The Gingerbread Pony by Patricia Bradley
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Yuletide Redemption by Jill Kemerer
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A darling bookmark from Susan Tuttle
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Anchor in the Storm by Sarah Sundin! The Christmas connection…the novel starts with the news of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and with the Avery family’s Christmas celebration in the shadow of that attack.
Anchor in the Storm

For plucky Lillian Avery, America’s entry into World War II means a chance to prove herself as a pharmacist in Boston. The challenges of her new job energize her. But society boy Ensign Archer Vandenberg’s attentions only annoy—even if he is her brother’s best friend.

During the darkest days of the war, Arch’s destroyer hunts German U-boats in vain as the submarines sink dozens of merchant ships along the East Coast. Still shaken by battles at sea, Arch notices his men also struggle with their nerves—and with drowsiness. Could there be a link to the large prescriptions for sedatives Lillian has filled? The two work together to answer that question, but can Arch ever earn Lillian’s trust and affection?

Be sure to visit Lindsay Harrel’s blog on December 11 to learn about the Day 11 prize!
Enter in the Rafflecopter giveaway below by following some of your favorite authors on social media and signing up for their newsletters. Every entry carries over for the next 2 days of the contest–so the sooner you enter, the more chances you have to win.

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My Christmas question for you – what’s your favorite Christmas ornament, and why?

7 Responses to “12 Days of Christmas Giveaway – Day 10”

  1. Nicole Slingerland

    My favourite ornament is a Boyd teddy. He is sitting with a long night/sleeping hat and holding a star. It’s my favourite because it reminds me of myself, holding on to Christ like the bear does with the star. And it also reminds me of what He did for us on the cross.

  2. Joanna Hiemstra

    My favourite ornament would be a pig. Growing up we had a lot of random Christmas ornaments and the pig was very cute and is one that still goes on the family Christmas tree.

  3. Arletta

    My favourite ornaments are actually all the ones we’ve collected for our daughters over the years. Every year we buy them each one ornament that is supposed to reflect their interest or hobby or life in someway for that particular year. I enjoy looking at them and seeing how their interests have changed over the years and just the variety of things they’ve been interested in.

  4. Scharme Lafferty

    It is a gingerbread man cut out of sandpaper and decorated and signed by my oldest son when he was in 1st grade. I just love seeing his printed name and reminds me of all the dreams I had for him for the future 🙂

  5. Kathy West

    My favorite ornament is the angel that we put on the top of the tree. I’m sure it isn’t as wonderful as a real angel, but it is beautiful. It reminds me of the angels in the Bible’s Christmas story, and the real reason for Christmas.

  6. Rose Blackard

    My favorie ornament is a mini Nativitey. It reminds me of Jesus’s birth.

  7. RoryLynn Lemond

    I Ihave a set if wooden ornaments that my aunts bought for me from Germany. It is where the Hammond family was from before they came to America…I still have the ornaments and will hand them down to my boys or grandkids.