GET EXCITED! The 2021 Christmas Books Advent and Giveaway is here

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!”
I don’t know about you, but I always get a little childlike excitement when December rolls around and the countdown begins to Christmas day.

It’s the season of giving, and my first batch of Christmas presents are now winging their way to all corners of the earth. So now it’s time to spread some of that joy to my wonderful followers. Once again, I’m happy to announce this year’s Christmas Books Advent Reviews and Giveaway!

Now for those of you who are new to my yearly Advent, this is how it works. I’ll be posting one book review every day of December right up till the 24th. Expect a mix of old favourites and classics that you know and love, with a few new titles to spice up the festive season. As always, there’ll be some Aussie Christmas gems to remind you folks in the Northern Hemisphere how we do Christmas Down Under. Check out all Christmas books that are part of 2021 Advent here.

There are three simple steps to enter the draw:

  1. Follow me on Instagram or Facebook.
  2. Comment on at least one Christmas advent book review here on the blog, Instagram or Facebook.
  3. Tag at least one friend in the comments on any Instagram Christmas Books Advent post.

Then, on Christmas day (25th December), a winner will be drawn randomly. That lucky person will be able to choose any book I reviewed as part of the Advent as their prize; even if this happens to be one of my most treasured books; even if it’s a rarity and super hard to find (and some are!) which I will have to hunt down again. I will send it to the winner, anywhere in the world, as my Christmas gift to you. Are you excited now?

Happy 1st December everyone!

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Petal & Madam Ziva
Petal & Madam Ziva
2 years ago

Lovely assortment of international Christmas story’s….as a treat to your little one read one a night, would be a nice way to introduce a more diversified Christmas.

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