Good morning! I hope you all had a Merry Christmas Day and are continuing to enjoy the Christmas season. As us Anglicans know, it’s still Christmas!
But now you might find yourself with the task of saying thank you to all those who were generous to you or to your family. You might even be feeling a bit awkward if someone gave you a nice gift . . . that is a lot nicer than what you gave them. Or maybe in the Christmas rush, you flat out forgot someone. Hey, it happens. I know.
Well, I am here to help. My novel Pilot Point makes a great thank you gift or late Christmas gift, both in print and in convenient Kindle forms. It shows appreciation in a tangible way, especially to Texas-minded or Anglican readers, more than only words can. (And if you know Texas Anglican readers, what have you been waiting for?)
Now don’t give in to any post-Christmas guilt. Nobody is perfect, and we all commit our holiday fails. But if you want to do a little more for your friends and family now that it’s after Christmas Day, my novel is there to help.
And again, keep on enjoying this Christmas season. After all, the gift of that Holy Child is for all time.