Christmas Read, anyone? Part 7

Another great Giveaway is underway. But first let’s find out who won JoAnn Durgin’s novellas. We have three winners this time, because JoAnn is giving away one eBook copy of each of her Christmas stories to random winners. Congratulations go to:

– Loraine for Meet me under the Mistletoe;

– Sarah Butland, for Starlight, Star Bright; and

– Susan Harris for Sleigh Ride Together With You.

Thank you for taking part in this Christmas giveaway. JoAnn will be in touch with you.

Today, you’re in for another treat. Alexis A. Goring’s first book is called Hope In My Heart: A collection of short heartwarming stories. And you now have a chance to win a signed copy.

I love Christmas stories, and obviously, you do too because you’re here trying to win. So leave us a comment and tell us the name of your favourite Christmas movie. I have a hunch which title we’ll see most from readers. I’ll start: My all time favourite was (and still is) The Little Match Girl. I always loved Hans Christian Anderson’s stories. And that one is no exception.

Here’s a little about author Alexis A. Goring.


Alexis A. Goring enjoys writing fictional stories that bring people together and inspire hope in their hearts through nature’s most powerful force: LOVE. She hopes her stories will touch hearts, bring smiles to faces, and inspire minds to seek God whose love for humanity is unfailing.

When she wrote Hope in My Heart: A Collection of Heartwarming Stories, Alexis wanted to publish a book that infused hope into real-life situations and helped people in the tough times of their life journey. It is an inspirational romance novella.


Here’s a bit about the three stories in this book:

In “Love Unexpected,” a car crash brings commitment-wary Sebastian and career woman Chandra together. Neither is looking for romance, but those around them see the potential, and Sebastian and Chandra discover that sometimes love shows up unexpectedly.

Christmastime is the setting for the middle story, “The Best Gift.” Christina desires to lose ten pounds so she can fit into her dress for her sister’s wedding. Jordan wishes her mom would stop trying to marry her off. And Joshua hopes to be reunited with his ex-girlfriend but eventually learns that the best gift this Christmas will be the restoration of his relationship with God.

In “Peace and Love,” three characters living in a metropolitan area are desperately searching. Elle, a starving artist, aspires to become a paid professional. Eric, a divorce attorney, wants to resolve his issues concerning his parents’ divorce. Kristine anticipates finding her birth mom before she marries Derek. All characters pray their searches will conclude this holiday season and fill their hearts with peace and love.

Don’t these stories sound great? Go ahead and leave us a comment for your chance to win this wonderful book, which Alexis will sign for you. Until next time, blessings and good luck.

Renee-Ann <><


6 thoughts on “Christmas Read, anyone? Part 7

  1. Renee ,
    My Favorite Christmas movie would have to be a Christmas Carol ,the one with Albert Fineey the original one that was in color

    • I suspect we’ll get a lot of people who will say Christmas Carol was their favourite. But there’s another we might get more votes on. Waiting to see. 😀

      • Renee I know as there is another great movie that is truly moving as you say that I agree is Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart 🙂

  2. Christmas Vacation. That one makes me laugh until I cry. For a more sentimental movie, I really love It’s A Wonderful Life.

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