Sunday, August 30, 2020

"Christmas Carol Society" by Rebekah Jones Book Tour and GiveAway

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About the Book

Book: Christmas Carol Society
Author: Rebekah Jones
Genre: Holiday Fiction, Christian Fiction
Release Date: October 30, 2019
Christmas Carol Society CoverChristmas Carol Society – How Do You Impersonate a Christmas Ghost?
The Christmas season has arrived. The members of the newly-formed Christmas Carol Society are beginning their weekly meetings. Charlie Baker finds the first meeting odd enough, but when the assignments start, he has to wonder why he allowed himself to get roped into attending. Miss Dartmoor tells her members to impersonate the Ghost of Christmas Past for their own personal Scrooge.
Just how does a mere human accomplish such an absurd task? Charlie tries to figure it out, but begins to see the Lord might plan for the assignments to have a deeper impact on him than he expected.
An impact that Charlie isn’t sure he wants to face.

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I am going to start this review with this statement and Yes, I am going to capitalized it because I mean it "I LOVE THIS BOOK, "Christmas Carol Society" by Rebekah Jones. I t is about a group that is joined because of their like for the book "A Christmas Carol". 

The members in this society has assignments to be like like the ghosts in the book they all like and I was thinking when I started reading this book that I was not going to like it because to be honest , I have watched  the Disney cartoon " A Christmas Carol" , and thought it was okay,  but it wasn't a favorite Christmas story to me.   But, I quickly changed my mind soon after reading a few pages and now  I want to actually read the book by Charles Dickson. 

The characters is this book made me laughed as well as cry and a couple of times I wanted to crawl into the book and give a few of them a hug and say I understand. 

This book is fiction, but I have highlighted some many passages in the book. I am going to share just one of the many  " Just because we have a reason to make us want to sin, does not mean that we are excused when we do," . There are quotes about changing a person and that only God can do that and about flowers and remembering the joy that flowers brought.  

This book has lots of Biblical truths and isn't preachy but it does makes you want to change the way you live, it makes you want to really live what you say you believe.

I think this book should be read by all that wants to make a difference in someone's life, maybe even in your own. This book is another book that I like to say really points out that "Fiction is Real Life" .

I think this book sound be read more than once and definitely not just at Christmas time. 

This book is defiantly on my top 5 books of 2020 . 

I was given a complementary copy by the author and Celebrate Lit and these opinions are mine own.

About the Author
Rebekah Jones, AuthorRebekah Jones is first and foremost a follower of the Living God. She started writing as a little girl, seeking to glorify her King with her books and stories.
Rebekah is an old soul in a young body (she’s not 12 —honest!) While her exact age is classified, her interests are not. Among them are reading a variety of books, singing, playing, and composing music, studying all manner of subjects, nannying an adventurous group of youngsters, and, of course, writing her books, poems, articles, and short stories. She writes a wide range of books from gentle children’s adventures to family sagas to murder mysteries.

More from Rebekah Jones

Christmas Carol Society is a book very near and dear to my heart. Partly because of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol, which is among my favorites, and partly due to my characters. Especially, Charlie Baker.

Charlie is very special to me. He wants to hide in his tiny corner of the world, and give up. He wants to give up on a world that has hurt him tremendously or taken people he loved. He wants to push away any possibility of repeating the past; he doesn’t want to be hurt again.

Charlie doesn’t want to join the Christmas Carol Society. He doesn’t want to find a “Scrooge.” He doesn’t want to make new friends. He doesn’t want to do any of it.

He joins because he loves his cousin. He doesn’t do it for any other reason.

His father encourages him to do it right, if he’s going to do it at all. His cousin calls him out, when his Christianity is at odds with his behavior. And Albert, his would-be friend, just doesn’t give up on him.

In a sense, Charlie is a Scrooge – and yet, he’s not. He has to find a Scrooge of his own. And through it, he finds himself doing all the things that he really doesn’t want to do at all – and it’s a good thing. Painful sometimes, but good. Scary at times, but good.

The characters that the LORD uses to teach me the most, end up being particularly special to me. Charlie is one of them. In some ways, I relate to Charlie rather a lot, and writing this story drove me to prayer often, so I would know what to do next. I frequently wasn’t sure where the story would go. But I learned along with Charlie.

I hope that my readers will love Charlie Baker as much as I do, and that his story, along with the others in this book, will in some way bless and encourage my readers for the LORD’s glory.

To the KING be all the glory! 

Blog Stops

Texas Book-aholic, August 26
Splashes of Joy, August 28
Mary Hake, August 28
Just the Write Escape, September 1
Get Cozy Book Nook, September 1
She Lives To Read, September 2
Artistic Nobody, September 4 (Guest Review from Joni Truex)
Batya’s Bits, September 4
Connect in Fiction, September 6
Ashley’s Bookshelf, September 7
Emily Yager, September 7


To celebrate her tour, Rebekah is giving away the grand prize package of a copy of Christmas Carol Society, a copy of A Christmas Carol, and an ornament!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.


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Izzy James said...

This looks like a good read, popping over to Amazon now :-)