Double Giveaway: The Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge and A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

The Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge

” It’s been twenty years since Ebenezer Scrooge was visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve, and since that fateful day, his mission has been to spread Christmas cheer far and wide, much to the annoyance of his acquaintances and London’s general population, Scrooge insists on greeting everyone with a hearty “Merry Christmas!”even on sweltering summer afternoons. Once a man obsessed with making money, Scrooge now gives everything he has to the  poor-a habit that leaves his bank account in a sorry state. One night, Scrooge is again visited by his old business partner, Jacob Marley. Marley despairs of ever sloughing off his heavy chains, so Scrooge hatches a plan to rid Marley of his burdens once and for all.”

Thus you get the idea where this new tale is going. Charlie Lovett is the author. He’s a former antiquarian bookseller and has written several novels about old books.

This little book is perfect for stocking stuffing for the book lover on your list.  We’re throwing in a classic copy of A CHRISTMAS CAROL, as well.

classic

A Christmas Carol

Please leave a message below to get in on this one. I will choose one winner on  Monday, December 7th. Good luck. And thanks for entering. This one is bound to be fun. Two for one. And will help you whittle down your list.

Thanks, Viking, for offering these great books on my blog!

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9 thoughts on “Double Giveaway: The Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge and A Christmas Carol

  1. Know the perfect person for this! My granddaughter has not only played the daughter in this play at both the high school and community theatre levels, but so loves reading and literature that her email name is “bookworm”. Merry Christmas, Pat

  2. Sounds great for my grandkids! and since I was named for Christmas songs… except I added an “e” once I moved to Québec, where Carol is a man’s name!
    Thanks for all your hints and giveaways. And Merry Christmas!
    Carole Jean Tremblay (“The Old Man and the C”)

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