Full disclosure: I don’t shop on Black Friday. Or Thanksgiving. Shopping isn’t the most enjoyable activity, as far as I’m concerned. Neither is the risk of a royal rumble over $2 laptops. But, I do enjoy giving gifts to people I love.
And I especially like giving books as gifts.
Well, and getting books, too. (hint, hint)
I thought, on this crazy day of shopping, I’d give a few suggestions of books you could give and who might like them! (click on the book cover and you’ll be transported to a buy link!)
There are so many more. Books and books and books!!! But I have to get the Christmas tree up.
Oh. Hey. There’s another book you might want to give to friends and family and strangers and the postman and your kids’ teachers…(shameless…shameless…)
Tell me…what books did you read and love this year???
Susie Finkbeiner is a novelist from West Michigan. She is the bestselling author of A Cup of Dust: A Novel of the Dust Bowl (Kregel, 2015). Her novels A Trail of Crumbs: A Novel of the Great Depression and A Song of Home: A Novel of the Swing Era will release in 2017 with Kregel Publications.
She is also the author of My Mother's Chamomile (WhiteFire, 2014) and Paint Chips (WhiteFire, 2013).
Susie is a wife, mother of three, and avid reader. She enjoys time with her family, coffee dates with her good friends, and quiet moments to read and write.
Susie Finkbeiner is represented by Ann Byle from Credo Communications.
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