Happy December 26th, Inspy Romance readers! I hope you all had a lovely, safe, happy day yesterday with family and friends. We had a Christmas brunch at church followed by a Christmas morning service. My daughter and I worked in the nursery so we weren’t able to hear the message, but we did get to play with some toddlers and preschoolers. And I was able to feed a little boy his bottle. Haven’t done that in years, and we all know there’s nothing quite like cuddling up with a baby while you’re feeding them.
I’m going to guess that some of you are like me and ask for books for Christmas gifts. Am I right? Every year my wish list is pretty much one hundred percent books, and this year was no different. So I thought we’d play a little game. I’m going to list books I received for Christmas and some books I’ve bought in the last few months. If you were given any of these books for Christmas, you get two points. If you’ve read any of the books I mention, you get one point. And the two people with the most points can have any one print copy of my three books as a prize. How’s that?
Here’s a picture of the books I was given. Isn’t it a great group? It’s My Hope Next Door by Tammy L. Gray, Bride of a Distant Isle by Sandra Byrd, Conspiracy of Silence by Ronie Kendig, Since You’ve Been Gone by Christa Allan, As Waters Gone By by Cynthia Ruchti, and Just a Kiss by Denise Hunter. I haven’t had a chance to dive into any of these yet, but I’m pretty sure I’ll be doing some reading today. Which I’m excited about. Have you read any of these?
There have been a number of good books that released this fall, and I snagged a good handful more when I was able. Again, I haven’t read all of these yet, but these are on my to-read-very-soon list: Unseen Love by Nancy Kimball, Forest Child by Heather Day Gilbert, The Promise of Rayne by Nicole Deese, Lady Ever After by Tamara Leigh, and The Thirteenth Chance by Amy Matayo.
Let me know in the comments if you received any of these or if you’ve already read them, and please share any other books you might have received for Christmas. Talking books with reader friends is about as fun as it gets, I think, and I’m always on the lookout for a good read. How about you?