New Book by Anna!

Guess what?  Anna at Annie Writes has a new book published!

Everyone needs a good book at any time of the year. This short story collection is an enjoyable read with lovely God-centered stories of hope and faith.

 

 

Anna P. is a 16-year-old Jesus-follower, who loves to write. Aside from writing, she enjoys photography, playing clarinet, babysitting, and spending time with her family. She desires that her books and other writing will encourage others in their walk with Christ.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for letting me help in your blog tour, Anna!

~ Molly ~

Book Review & December

Wow, can you believe that tomorrow is the first day of December?!  That feels like it’s almost Christmas already!  In honor of December, I’m doing a Christmas book review. 🙂

 

The Father Christmas Confessions

By Emily Ann Benedict

 

The Father Christmas Confessions (The Father Christmas Series Book 1) by [Benedict, Emily Ann]

What if Santa Claus isn’t one man? What if he is a secret organization?

Jeremy Ogden has 25 days to accomplish his mission and a list of people whose lives can be changed forever if he makes it to them in time. He just has one big problem…And her name is Virginia.

Virginia Kipyard is the last girl Jeremy wants holding his family’s ancient secret, no matter how many times his mother suggests she’s “the right girl.” But if he wants to save the life of the next man on his list, he might just need her help.

The “season of miracles” is about to take on a whole new meaning, even for Father Christmas.

 

Strong language – I’m not sure how to rate this as I saw another blogger say that this book had a British swear word, but I didn’t run into any.

Romance – 3

Graphic Details – 0 to 2

Magic – 0

*SPOILER* About the “magic” rating, there is something that is called a “gift” that is somewhat like magic, but referred to as a “gift” or a “miracle”

I love, love, love the concept of this book!  The Santa Claus idea is so cool, but I wasn’t sure I liked how the author made it happen.  The “Gift” weirded me out a bit, but it wasn’t exactly bad.

Anyhow, I would say this book would be for ages 12 and up, with adult supervision any younger.

The Father Christmas Confessions is on Amazon HERE.

See you next week!

~Molly~