I’ve been quite pleased with the reviews for A Christmas Gift. If you can’t decide whether to buy this book for yourself or for Christmas gifts, maybe these reviews will sway you to buy it. And if you leave a comment, your name is entered for my Nov. 30th Drawing. Winner gets to select A Christmas Gift or my other release, A Christmas Collection Anthology and a $10 GC. An angel ornament will be included in the package giveaway. However, if winner is outside of the US, then an ebook download will be substituted.
First, I’ll give a few short comments from bloggers and published authors:
Shawna Williams said, “Diane, this is one of the most precious, heartwarming stories I’ve ever read.”
Sid Frost said, “I finished The Christmas Gift and all I can say is WOW! It was wonderful.”
Carole Brown said, “Diane, I just read your book this morning that you sent me e-book. Fantastic story. I got choked up! That’s a sure sign it resounds w/me. :)” (Carole is interviewing me in February - more about it next year.)
Janet Thompson wrote:
This is a short read but it is packed with a wonderful message! I LOVED this book! Diane did an awesome job of developing her characters. Her writing style pulls you in and puts you right there, in the Reeves house in 1957! You will be truly blessed by reading this book. - 5 stars *****
When I first opened this story I felt like I was reading an autobiography. A woman tells a story of a Christmas years ago that she remembers fondly. Let me start by saying that while I am not usually a fan of first person…..I really, really, really like it!
There was something so powerful and real about the story and the characters…And oh how my heart broke right along with Debby’s on several occasions. I cried more than once during this story…in a good way though. It was that touching for me that I was moved to tears.
A wonderful story that will really touch your heart. I highly recommend it
Reviewer: Venus for Coffee Time Romance
Diane Craver chronicles a wonderfully inspiring tale of overcoming obstacles with willpower and familial support. This heartwarming story brought me to tears and yet left me with a glowing impact of the knowledge that with hard work and the encouragement of the people who love you obstacles can be overcome. Although this story takes place in the 1950s, I think it has a timeless feel to it and a message that lasts a lifetime. I have not decided if this is a good thing or a bad thing… it is so well written and the descriptions so authentic. This is truly an inspiring story for readers, young and old alike.
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