Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Christmas Lamp

This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

The Christmas Lamp

Zondervan (October 1, 2009)


Lori Copeland


Lori Copeland has been writing for twenty-five years and has over three million copies of her books in print. She began her writing career in 1982, writing for the secular book market. In 1995, after many years of writing, Lori sensed that God was calling her to use her gift of writing to honor Him. It was at that time that she began writing for the Christian book market.

To date, she has more than 95 books published, including Now and Always, Simple Gifts, Unwrapping Christmas, and Monday Morning Faith, which was a finalist for the 2007 Christy Awards. Lori was inducted into the Springfield Writers Hall of Fame in 2000.

Lori lives in the beautiful Ozarks with her husband Lance. They have three sons, two daughter-in-laws, and five wonderful grandchildren. Lori and Lance are very involved in their church, and active in supporting mission work in Mali, West Africa.


Christmas trees, twinkling lights, skating in the park, and holiday displays are the hallmark elements for celebrating Jesus birth for the sentimental residents of Nativity, Missouri. Will fiscal responsibility replace Christmas their traditions when times are tough? Though their priorities and methods clash, Roni Elliot and Jake Brisco want the same thing, for the town to prosper. As the two get to know each other better, each begins to gain a new perspective on what the real wealth of Nativity and the season might be.

If you would like to read the first chapter of The Christmas Lamp, go HERE

This is another great Christmas novella. Times are hard in Nativity, Missouri. But does that mean all their lovely Christmas traditions have to go? Is Jake really the miserly Scrooge he appears to be? Will Roni get her traditional Christmas? You'll laugh when you realize which Christmas lamp Roni actually longs to put in her front window!


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quilly said...

I used to read Lori Copeland when she wrote for the secular market. I haven't seen her on a grocery store shelf in years and didn't know she was still writing. I will have to check her books out!

Cindy said...

I think I've read some of Copeland's books before. Thanks for the review!

CeeCee said...

I have to get around to writing the review. The lamp was an unusual one.