Thursday, September 17, 2009

Christmas Bowl Challenge!

This is on my shelf, but I'm saving it for my annual "25 Reviews of Christmas" festival and giveaway.

In the meantime...

Award-winning Author Susan May Warren Invites Readers to Do Something DIFFERENT This Christmas with a Program to Host Great Christmas Bowl Fundraisers in Their Communities

Carol Stream, IL—Susan May Warren loves to attend her church’s annual Christmas Tea. She had this event in the back of her mind when she wrote The Great Christmas Bowl, her Christmas novella releasing in September 2009. Now, Susan is taking her desire to reach out to people one step further as she invites readers to host fundraisers at churches or community centers to raise money for local homeless shelters, crisis pregnancy centers, family support services, or any other local charity.

Susan has detailed the program—from how to plan your event to the logistics of ordering discounted books to set up your fundraiser— and even beautifully designed invitations you can print for your guests. When you sign up to host a Great Christmas Bowl, you will receive a 10-minute devotional video from Susan to play during your event, signed book plates, the Great Christmas Bowl soup recipe, and even discussion questions. Sign up and learn more at:

The Great Christmas Bowl by Susan May Warren is a heartwarming and hilarious novella about family, traditions, and rediscovering the real magic of Christmas. Also included in the book, for an extra bit of holiday cheer, is a recipe for the Warren family’s Christmas clam chowder.

Karen Kingsbury, New York Times best-selling author, has said, “Susan Warren writes with a fresh, new voice and creates characters that will delight her readers.” The Great Christmas Bowl is written with the same trademark honesty and wit that Warren’s loyal fans have grown to love.

Susan May Warren is the award-winning author of over 25 Christian novels. Her newest series focuses on PJ Sugar, a spitfire with big dreams and good instincts who usually leaves a trail of disaster in her wake. Nothing but Trouble (May 2009) was a Romantic Times top pick for the month of April. They lauded the book, saying, “Warren does it again with an excellent blend of humor, romance, mystery, and some much-needed spiritual lessons.” The second book in the series, Double Trouble, will hit stores in February 2010.

To learn more about this program, visit Susan’s Web site at:

Be watching for my review some time in December!

Happy Reading!



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