Happy Holidays (other then Christmas)

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I have the happy privileged of living in an area full of farmland. One of the things that you get to see in fall is all the old, dilapidated houses in barns that are tucked in among trees. As the leaves drop, you get to see these old treasures, tucked away and hardly visible for most of the year.

1. A Very Bookish Thanksgiving
This book isn't out yet, but I'm so excited about it! Not only was I one of the authors, but the stories are so, so good! Make sure you get your hands on this because it's a temporary collection.
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2. Paper Hearts by Courtney Walsh (Valentine's Day)
This is a sweet story about a little town and the bookstore owner who is helping the town celebrate Valentine's Day in a unique way. 
It's a really sweet story.

3. An Easter Carol by Ashley Elizabeth Tetzlaff
I'm sad this book is out of print. It's an adaptation of A Christmas Carol, and it was powerful. It shows the importance of our hope in the resurrection and the joy Easter should bring. If you find a copy, grab it!
Goodreads | Out of Print

4. Honor All Men by Rebekah A. Morris (4th of July)
This is a sweet short story about a grumpy old man who finds redemption and a reason to smile on the 4th of July.

5. Celebrate the Feasts by Martha Zimmerman (Jewish Holidays)
This book has influenced me for a very long time. My parents first read it when I was a baby and they started celebrating some of the Jewish feasts. Passover is still one of the things I look forward to all year. This book is a great way to explore the biblical feasts and how celebrating them as a Christian can give you great insight into our faith.
Goodreads | Amazon

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14 comments

  1. My sister is VERY excited for "A Very Bookish Thanksgiving".

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  2. Oh!! Celebrate the Feasts and An Easter Carol are going on my TBR! My daughter has been asking for months when Passover will come again. :)

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    1. Yes! Passover is a family favorite in my house too.

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  3. Well, I've read Rebekah's. XP I can't wait for "A Very Bookish Thanksgiving"!

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  4. I'm excited for "A Very Bookish Thanksgiving"!! And "An Easter Carol" sounds familiar, though I don't think I've read it before.

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  5. I can't wait for "A Very Bookish Thanksgiving"! :D And I've heard of "Paper Hearts" but haven't read it.
    Once year two other families joined us in celebrating the feasts and I think that might have been the book we used.

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  6. I've read "If He Lives" and I LOVED it!!! I want to share it with my cousin but its not in print! ;( Which is SO sad!

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    1. I would love one day to have all my books in print. Right now, I just don't sell enough print books to make it worth it. Print books are not cheap to make and since I sell only about one or two a month, I just can't justify the cost. Someday though, I will.

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  7. I really want to read "Paper Hearts!"

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