Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Carol: A Story for Christmas by Bob Hartman

Much has been written about the social gospel: the need to do more than share salvation, but to also be the hands and feet of Jesus to a world in need. But Bob Hartman puts a unique spin on the message with his new Christmas novella.

Jack O'Malley is not having a good day. It may be Christmas everywhere, but it hasn't reached Jack's heart. When a horrid encounter at a bookstore coffee bar leaves him really riled, only Carol can get through to his hardened lump-of-coal heart.

Who is this mysterious, beautiful woman? And why has she taken such an interest in Jack--old, crotchety Jack?

What he assumes is a romantic encounter turns in to something much, much more. Reminiscient of Dickens' classic Christmas tale, "Carol: A Story for Christmas" will take you places you may not want to go, and may show you things you won't want to see...

...but it will touch your heart in ways you just can't imagine. Let Bob Hartman's novella move you to make a difference in a life this Christmas...and all year long.

Just don't forget to take the gospel message of salvation through Jesus Christ with you when you go.

I'm giving "Carol: A Story for Christmas" three out of four bookmarks, with a coffee cup as a charm. My thanks to my friends at Lion Books for my copy.

Happy Reading!



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