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Blogmas Day Six: Books I'm Gifting for Christmas Part One

Hello everyone :)

I hope you're all doing well, and thank you for joining me for the sixth day of Blogmas!

During last year's Blogmas, I had included a couple of posts on What Gifts I was giving for Christmas. This year, I thought it would be fun to strictly highlight what books I'm going to be giving for Christmas, and for today's post, I'm going to share part one of the books I'm gifting for Christmas.

I always enjoy giving books at Christmas. There's always so many amazing books to choose from, for every single age group, and I honestly usually end up including a book as at least part of the gift for almost every person on my list.

This year I was pretty excited for the one's I ended up choosing.

For my husband,

I chose The Gifting by K. E. Ganshert:

Neil's favorite genres are fantasy, and dystopian, and I thought it would be a neat idea to purchase him a Christian novel in these categories, as I think he'll really like that.

I also purchased Warcross by Marie Lu for him:

Neil is definitely a gamer, and World of Warcraft is his favorite game, as well Marie Lu is one of his favorite authors, so I thought this book would be the perfect choice for him this year.

It's my baby nephew's first Christmas this year, (he'll be seven and a half months at Christmas), and I knew I wanted to get him a Christmassy book that really highlighted the true reason of the season for him. And I ended up choosing God gave us Christmas by Lisa Tawn Bergen, and it's the most adorable children's book ever:

I decided that I wanted to purchase a devotional book for my husband and two brothers, and I ended up going with God's Words of Life For Men published by Zondervan:

My best friend has been wanting to read Natasha Bure's book since it was first released, and I decided to go ahead and purchase it for her as part of her Christmas present:

My mom is honestly more into reading non-fiction than fiction, and she especially loves reading devotional books, and inspirational type Christian books. A couple of years ago I purchased Heaven is for Real for her, and she absolutely loved it. Since she adored the movie Miracles from Heaven movie so much, I decided to go ahead and purchase the book its based off of for her this year.

And lastly for today's post, my eleven year old niece is turning into quite the bookworm, and I knew I wanted to purchase a book for her this year as well. I ended up going with the first book in the Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter, I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have To Kill You, because it's one of my all time favorites, and it really seemed like something she would end up liking.

I'm really pleased with all of these choices, and I'll be posting part two of this post hopefully next week. :)

Thanks so much for reading guys! I hope you're all having a great start to your week, and I look forward to seeing you all again tomorrow for Blogmas Day Seven!

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 


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