Monday, December 10, 2012

one wintry night {giveaway}

One wintry night Dad made a warm fire while I prepared homemade hot cocoa on the stove. A fire and hot cocoa just seem to be the perfect remedy to a chilly evening. With the warm glow nearby and warm chocolate in hand, it was time to curl up with hand knit blankets to watch a Christmas movie together. Ah, cozy, inviting, and heart warming, isn't it?

snow at night

That's exactly the feeling I got when I read One Wintry Night by Ruth Bell Graham. When young Zeb Morris decided to take a hike through the woods, he wasn't planning on a bad snowstorm or a hurt ankle. However, a kind grandmother not only nursed his swollen ankle but told him the Christmas story from creation to resurrection. It was a wintry night he would never forget. I'm so happy to add this lovely book to my Christmas books collection!


I have one copy of One Wintry Night up for giveaway courtesy of Tommy Nelson! Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends this Thursday, December 13th at 9 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner.

one wintry night 


1st Entry Answer this question, "What are your favorite Christmas book traditions?"

2nd Entry Tweet and/or share on Facebook the following...
Enter to win #OneWintryNight from @TommyNelson via @jenprice77. It's a beautiful story to add to your Christmas books!

Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. Also, be sure I have a way to contact you should you win.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of One Wintry Night from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Comments are now closed. The winner is #6, Jennifer @ Studio JRU.


Lee said...

I bought a book every year at the holiday for our hoilday book collection! my kids really looked forward to it. Thank you for the review and giveaway.

Susan said...

I have this book. I started collecting nice Christmas books when my two youngest were little and we would read them together in the evenings a lot. Those are great memories.

Lindsey V said...

I do not really have any Christmas book traditions, funny enough, considering I am a TOTAL book person! But I would love this book to maybe INSPIRE a new one!

Megan said...

Other than reading Luke 2 on Christmas morning, we don't have any Christmas book traditions. Ours have been more movie traditions with some classic favorites like Rudolph and It's a Wonderful Life. I'd love to start reading a few though.

Leovi said...

Beautiful photo, I like that heavy snowfall in the city, beautiful light.

Jennifer {Studio JRU} said...

I love Christmas books. I have a small collection of them that sit out each year! :)

heather said...

this is this book is our family tradition I've read this book every year to my children for many years and we love it

heather said...

this is this book is our family tradition I've read this book every year to my children for many years and we love it

eclairre said...

I don't have a christmas book tradition, unless you count getting one as a Christmas gift pretty much every year. lol eclairre(AT)ymail(DOT)com

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