I recently reviewed and had a giveaway of a copy of the wonderful book called The Paperbag Christmas by Kevin Alan Milne. The author contacted me and wanted me to share with you that he is having a very special contest just in time for the Christmas Season. He is going to give two lucky winners 5 FREE, autographed books, so you'll have enough copies on hand to give away to your friends on Christmas morning. The contest will conclude on December 10th, thereby allowing enough time before Christmas for you to get your prize. Check out all of the details and sign up for this great contest HERE.
In addition, Kevin Milne of “The Paper Bag Christmas,” will be sharing his thoughts with readers and writers Wednesday, Nov. 19,” in a live, online chat at Abunga.com. Here are the details:
Kevin Alan Milne, business professional by day, writer by night and husband and father 24/7. His first novel, “The Paper Bag Christmas” (Center Street, October 2008, ISBN-10: 1599950731), shares a fictional story about the hope and magic of Christmas and is soon to become a holiday classic.
“Authors at Abunga” Weekly Online Chat with Kevin Alan Milne at Abunga.com, an online bookstore offering more than 2 million family-friendly materials.
Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008
11 a.m. – Noon PST / 1 – 2 p.m. CST / 2 – 3 p.m. EST (LIVE)
“The Paper Bag Christmas” tells the story of two brothers, Aaron and Mo, who are tasked with helping to bring holiday cheer to the children's ward at a nearby hospital. The boys encounter challenges with some of the children, especially Katrina, who is so embarrassed by her scarred exterior that she hides her face behind a paper bag and pushes people away. But as the inspiring book progresses, the children discover that Christmas joy emanates from a source far greater than the North Pole, and Katrina learns that she is more beautiful than she had ever imagined.
For information, visit www.Abunga.com/FeaturedAuthorMilne or http://www.kevinamilne.com/.
Milne is donating a portion of the book’s proceeds to the Children’s Cancer Foundation. This nonprofit organization is also a Favored Abunga Nonprofit (FAN). Abunga.com gives 5 percent of each net sale to a FAN of the consumer’s choice.
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