It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Bespoke

Posted December 27, 2017 by meezcarrie in Amanda Dykes, Christian, giveaway, It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) / 47 Comments

There’s no need for the Christmas festivities to end as we head toward the new year!

In doing my own research on what Christmas reads are available, I couldn’t help but pass along my finds to you, my dear readers ♥ Continuing through the end of the year, I’m going to spotlight several new Christmasy releases as well as books from recent Christmas past. So… snuggle in, grab your fave hot beverage and comfiest blanket, turn on some Christmas tunes and start your bookish Christmas list! Oh… and did I mention there are GIVEAWAYS with EACH POST in this series??!!

Special thanks to Amanda Dykes for the gorgeous graphic and to each author who has graciously offered a giveaway for their spotlight post!

about the book

A Secret. A Bicycle. A Promise…

While the elusive Secret Symphony of Giovanni St. John captivated the world’s fascination, it left his daughter closed away in the Silent House – she, the one who holds the fullness of truth about the ninth symphony. Now Aria St. John is determined to not only break free of the loss that has defined her, but to honor her father through one final gift in his last days.

On the tiny Isle of Espoir, only one man can help in her quest: James Shaw, the village blacksmith… and the lost friend of her childhood.

Will they be able to overcome the tragedy that separated them before it’s too late?

Written to slip easily into the stolen moments of the busy holiday season, this enchanting novelette delves into the miracle of second chances, the gift of God’s healing redemption, and the joy of the unexpected.


goodreads button RIMSP

FREE right now for Kindle!

about the author

Amanda Dykes is the author of Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale, the critically-acclaimed bicycle story that invited readers together to fund bicycles for missionaries in Asia. A former English teacher, she has a soft spot for classic literature and happy endings. She is a drinker of tea, a dweller of Truth, and a spinner of hope-filled tales, grateful for the grace of a God who loves extravagantly.

website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest | blog

Amanda Dykes is offering a paperback copy of Bespoke to one of my readers! (US only) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What about you? Do you bicycle instead of driving or walking somewhere?

Tags: ,

47 responses to “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Bespoke

  1. Perrianne Askew

    No, even though I love in a city with bike lane it is much too dangerous. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

  2. Kay Garrett

    No I don’t bike – for two reasons – one we live outside the city limits with no place to ride on highway and two due to health problems I’d not get very far. We use to have bikes and loved to ride though. 🙂

  3. Carol Alscheff

    No. I don’t bike anymore. Having recently had my right knee replaced I am busy practicing my walking.

  4. Brittaney B

    OH, I loved Bespoke and I’m not usually a fan of novellas. It’s such a unique, charming and moving story.

  5. Connie Scruggs

    I live in a rural area with lots of steep hills, so I don’t walk or bike anywhere.
    My bike is a Schwinn cruiser, no gears. I love to ride it when we go to the beach, but it’s not too great around here.

  6. emilee

    I don’t ride a bike places. I would love to but it’s not practical where I live. When my kids were younger and had bikes I got one too and we would ride around are subdivision. Fun times.

  7. Yes, I do bicycle whenever and wherever I can. Unfortunately, last summer I broke my wrist and my cycling was limited but I’m looking forward to spring when I will begin cycling again! 🙂

  8. Growing up, I did bike and loved it. It was a very special treat to have a bicycle when I was growing up. I had quite a few scraped knees and elbows from falls but learned to ride well and went on excursions with my bicycle. My son was a semi-pro bicyclist competing in long races.

  9. Lori Smanski

    I used to bicycle all the time. Now my knees wont allow it. will be looking into what I can do about them this new year.

  10. Bhriv

    Nope…work from home so I’m not in the mood to run away…yet…but if I do, maybe I’ll try a bike next time 😉

  11. Gloria

    I walk for exercise but we gave our son a bike for Christmas. He lives in a neighborhood with lots of paths and near a trail leading to the coast. (Gulf Coast)

  12. We live in a rural area on a busy road, so we don’t bike anywhere! However, when we go camping, we take the kids’ bikes and they love to ride. I’d enjoy getting one for myself!

Leave a Reply