Saturday, December 15, 2012

Welcome to the Grace Filled Christmas Blog Tour

Merry Christmas, all! I’m excited to be a part of the Grace Filled Christmas Blog Tour, which is sponsored by the Grace Awards and features twenty-two Christian authors promoting books we hope will bless you this season and beyond.

This post is about my latest release (published less than a week ago, as a matter of fact!), Sparrow House, the second book in my Anna Denning mystery series. The first book in the series, The Witch Tree, was nominated for a 2011 Grace Award.

When the owner of a mansion in the Colorado mountains hires Anna Denning to research his family tree, it’s Anna’s dream come true. A library brimming with old documents, an undiscovered family history—what more could a genealogist want?
Excited by the possibilities and fueled by a new love in her life, Anna, tenacious as ever, is undeterred by rumors that a ghost haunts the mansion. Until she uncovers records that suggest those rumors are more than idle talk.

So what makes Sparrow House perfect for Christmas reading and gifting? Ghosts! Christmas and ghosts go together like hot cocoa and marshmallows. There’s a long tradition of Christmas ghost stories in both America and the UK, the best-known such story being Dickens’s Christmas Carol. It’s dark out early, it’s cold and snowy, families are gathered around the fire—what better atmosphere in which to read a gently spooky story?

The Grace Filled Christmas Blog Tour runs through December 22. Don’t forget to check out all the other authors on the tour. Click on the link below to find out who all the authors on the tour are and what dates they will be on their own blog sharing their novels.


Nicole said...

Mine's waiting for me on Kindle, Karin. Got a couple ahead of it, then I'm there.

Merry, joyful Christmas, my friend.

Karin Kaufman said...

A merry, joyful Christmas to you too, Nicole. And I wish you many blessings in 2013. I'm eager to read your book, The Famous One. Things will at last settle down for me as we move into January, and your book is near the top of my TBR stack. It'll be fun to read again.

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