On the third day of Christmas #Giveaway Faith Hope & Charity

While researching this Christmas Carol, I came across an interesting background for the carol, namely, that it was written as a catechism lesson when Christians were being persecuted for their faith.

THE PRINCE'S GAMBLESo what do three French hens represent? Faith, hope and charity and as some of you may know, Caridad means Charity in English.

That means today’s 12 Days of Christmas giveaway is a choice of one of my backlist books. Just check out the booklist and leave a comment with the name of the book you would like to win for a chance to win that book!

Also, visit with me today at the wonderful My Book Addiction and More to find out about what was the hardest parts of writing THE PRINCE’S GAMBLE.

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13 thoughts on “On the third day of Christmas #Giveaway Faith Hope & Charity”

  1. I learn something new everyday! Never would have guessed that is what they’re talking about when they say 3 French hens.

    I would love to win a copy of Awakening the Beast since it has a little bit of everything in it.

    jordan_lisa at hotmail dot com

  2. Checked out your booklist and found so many good books to add to my reading list. I would love to win a copy of Lost.
    The cover is fantastic!

  3. I knew a little about the background of this song but it’s nice hearing it again. I did know your name was Charity. Any of your “Chicka” books as I don’t have any of those. I have almost all of the others. Have a good night.

  4. That is really interesting! I did not know that. I learned something new today! I would love a copy of A Vampire for Christmas!! Thanks for the fun info and for the awesome contest!

  5. OMG, Caridad! I had no idea you had written that many books/novellas! Way to go!
    After much debate with myself, I chose KISSED BY A VAMPIRE. Not my usual fare in a book, but now would be a great time to try it! (When is there ever a bad time to try a new book?)

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