Book Review: 21 Days of Christmas

21 Days of Christmas

Title: 21 Days of Christmas

Author: Kathy Ide

Publisher: Broadstreet Publishing

Genre: Religious/Holiday

Format: Hardback

Release date: September 1, 2015

Pages: 160

Buy Links: Amazon/Barnes and Noble


Book 2 in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series.
Christmas is more than just a holiday. It is a time to recapture the joy and wonder of God s greatest gift: His Son, Jesus.

21 Days of Christmas, the second book in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series, will warm your heart with stories about giving, loving, and family. These engaging tales celebrate the hope and joy that make this blessed season unique. At the end of each story you ll find an insightful message that will help you discover anew the true meaning of this special time of year.

So grab a cup of hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick, curl up in your favorite chair beside a picture window overlooking a serene spot, and savor the true meaning of Christmas through these inspirational and encouraging stories.”

My Thoughts:

This book is full of short stories about families and their faith. After the family story there is a story of the bible.

This is a great book for the family to read nightly together. I love that there is a ribbon bookmark attached to the book.

I feel this would make a great gift. It is also the type of book that can be used as a family tradition to read together and be reminded of the history behind their faith.
I received this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions in this review are 100% my own.


Enter for your chance to win a copy of 21 Days of Christmas. Giveaway runs from 11/12/15 to 11/26/15 1:00AM EST. Open to US residents only.

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  1. My granddaughter and I both love to read good “feel good” stories. She really gets immersed in the stories. So what better book for both of us on those cold winter days and nights. We’ll probably share with grandma too. 🙂

  2. Shannon Baas says:

    I like holiday books.

  3. John Dallal says:

    I’d love to win this book because it looks like a lovely celebration of spirit!

  4. Allison Frederick says:

    I’d love to win this because I have no religious Christmas books for my 20 month old son.

  5. I like to read devotional type books. They lift my spirit.

  6. Michelle leffler says:

    Cute book! Would love to read!

  7. Sharon Cubic says:

    I think this would be a great book to read with the kids

  8. I love and read devotionals and this one would help me get through the commercialization of the holidays. I read my daily devotionals but this one would be lovely to meditate on while remembering just why we are supposed to celebrate Christmas.

  9. Sheryl Nawoj says:

    With everything going wrong in the world, I like to read of hope and faith.

  10. Stephanie Liske says:

    I think my kids would enjoy it.

  11. This would be wonderful for my grandchildren.

  12. Regine Karpel says:

    It looks good.

  13. I think this would be inspiring.

  14. This sounds like a classic book in the making, so I would love to win it to read and tell others about it. Thanks!

  15. susan smoaks says:

    i need some inspiration i love hopeful stories

  16. I would love this book to read to children.

  17. There are many friends who would read a devotional like this who would not read a theological one.

  18. I recently became Foster mom of my 19 month old grandson. He absolutely loves books and to be read to. I would love to win this wonderful keepsake book to read to my grandson year after year at Christmas time.

  19. Surround yourself with Positive People, Places & things… Sounds as this fulfills all of the above through the gift of the authors. I’m a fan of passing along written word that hits you in the ‘feels’, encouraging the next reader to add their name/initials or a thought . Thank you to my dear friend and sister who shared this link! Many blessings throughout the year

  20. wanna win for my niece!

  21. I’d love this book because I LOVE Christmas, I love reading, and anything that warms the heart is just what I need right now!

  22. I’d love this book because I love Christmas and I love reading.

  23. It’s a book our whole family would enjoy.

  24. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would like to win this book as I love books about families, faith and those which just lift your spirits.

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