Finding Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn – Drawing Dec 12

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

Here’s another Christmas book up for grabs. Although I haven’t read this particular one yet, I love her Sisterchicks series and have heard wonderful things about both this and the sequel Engaging Father Christmas from other bloggers including Deena at A Peek at My Bookshelf.

You can find more information or purchase a copy using the bookcover link. You can read both first chapters here.

So leave me a comment sharing why you’d like to win this book and don’t forget an email address too so I can find you to let you know if you are the winner. Open to US and Canada residents only.


  1. I’ve often seen posts about the chance to win a book at several blogs but this is the first time I have actually tried. I’m a long time Robin Jones Gunn fan and have read every Sister Chicks book. This Christmas I’ve been turning to some lovely Christmas novels to escape the dreary, pessimistic news and newspapers. I’ve found these books an escape during these trying and often dismal times. I would love to win a copy of Finding Father Christmas as right now I have to get my books from the public library and I haven’t seen it there.

  2. I love Robin’s Sisterchicks books too! I read this one last year and enjoyed it. I haven’t read the sequel yet 🙂
    stampedwithgrace at cox dot net

  3. I love reading Christmas books and would love to win a copy of this book. Sure does sound like a great read.


  4. I love the Christmas Holiday season but don’t have many Christmas books to read. I think the authors of books are blessed to be able to sit down and write stories for us to enjoy. I very much enjoy the stories I’ve gotten and look forward to ones with the Christmas theme.

  5. I’ve been hearing wonderful things, too! That’s why I’d love to read it – plus I love Robin Jones Gunn. 🙂 And I haven’t read many holiday books so I’m curious to see how she has written it!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    ladyufshalott at

  6. I’ve heard this book is very good and I love to read Christmas stories. My daughter does, too, so I will pass it on to her if I win. Thank you!
    Carol M
    mittens0831 AT

  7. I’ve only read a few sisterchicks books (i have the newest now)
    But mostly i have read her YA books; Christy, sierra, and katie.
    please count me in!
    rebornbutterfly (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net

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