Monthly Archives: December 2012

Angel Nudges

Angels at the Table is a new book by Debbie Macomber. This is the first time I’ve read her work.  According to the book jacket, Ms. Macomber is a prolific writer whose work has held the #1 spot on the … Continue reading

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Oh Paris!

Christmas Holiday by W. Somerset Maugham is not a peaceful Christmas story.  What it is is an unsettling, thought-provoking story about a young Englishman who is sent by his father to Paris over his Christmas holiday.  After arriving in Paris, … Continue reading

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A Ghost of Christmas Future

A search of Kindle books led me to Scrooge and Marley by Karl F. Hollenbach. This creative story continues where A Christmas Carol left off.  In it, we find Scrooge a much changed man who once again encounters the ghost of Jacob Marley who … Continue reading

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The Christmas Orphans

Perhaps some of my readers have seen the movie All Mine to Give.  It was based on a book entitled The Day They Gave Babies Away by Dale Eunson.  This is a true story about six young children in Wisconsin who … Continue reading

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