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ACFW Christian Fiction ~ New Releases ~ January 2018

January 2018 New Releases

Do you enjoy ACFW Christian Fiction?  Check out Fiction Finder – a searchable website for the best in ACFW Christian Fiction of every genre. More in-depth descriptions of these ACFW Christian Fiction books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website.

Contemporary Romance:

Her Handyman Hero by Lorraine Beatty — Reid Blackthorn arrives in Dover on a personal mission—to make sure his terminally ill brother gets a chance to meet his daughter. Deceiving little Lily’s guardian isn’t his intention. Yet once Tori Montgomery mistakes Reid for her new handyman, he knows it’s the only way to be close to his niece. Tori is honoring her friend’s last wish by keeping Lily away from her father’s family. And once she learns who Reid truly is, she realizes there’s too much at stake—including custody of Lily—for her to fall for the former DEA agent. But in keeping a promise, is she losing out on her chance for a happily-ever-after? (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])

Beneath the Summer Sun by Kelly Irvin — It’s been four years since Jennie’s husband died in a farming accident. Long enough that the elders in her Amish community think it’s time to marry again for the sake of her seven children. What they don’t know is that grief isn’t holding her back from a new relationship. Fear is. A terrible secret in her past keeps her from moving forward. Meanwhile, Leo Graber nurtures a decades-long love for Jennie, but guilt plagues him—guilt for letting Jennie marry someone else and guilt for his father’s death on a hunting trip many years ago. How could anyone love him again—and how could he ever take a chance to love in return? (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing)

Ain’t Misbehaving by Marji Laine — True, Annalee’s crime amounted to very little, but not in terms of community service hours. Her probation officer encouraged her with a promise of an easy job in an air-conditioned downtown environment. She didn’t expect her role to be little better than a janitor at an after-school daycare in the worst area of town. Carlton Whelen hides behind the nickname of CJ so people won’t treat him like the wealthy son of the Whelen Foundation director. Working at the foundation’s after-school program delights him and annoys his business-oriented father. When a gorgeous prima donna is assigned to his team, he not only cringes at her mistakes but also has to avoid the attraction that builds from the first time he sees her. (Contemporary Romance from Write Integrity Press)

Finding Grace by Melanie D. Snitker — Single dad Tyler Martin can’t be more grateful to the woman who finds his missing daughter. Even though he feels a spark between them, falling in love is a risk he shouldn’t take. Too bad chance encounters and his stubborn heart keep trying to convince him otherwise. After escaping a nightmarish relationship, Beth Davenport is content with her safe and blessedly normal life. Yet something about Tyler and his adorable daughter makes her wish for more. With the walls around her heart finally starting to crumble, she’s afraid of a future she can’t predict. Can they let go of their fear and trust God to lead them to the love they desperately need? (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published)

Marrying Mandy by Melanie D. Snitker — Mandy Hudson swore she’d never marry. Abandoned by her parents and raised by her grandparents, she has a hard time trusting that real love will last. When her grandmother dies, Mandy’s shocked to discover a stipulation in the will. Considering marriage to her best friend may be the only way to keep her family’s beloved bed-and-breakfast. The loss of his job threatens Preston Yarrow’s shaky financial stability. Besides, he can’t watch his best friend give up the only real home she’s ever known. Frustrated by Mandy’s stubborn refusal to let him help, he’s certain they are stronger together than they are apart. A marriage of convenience might be crazy… or an answer to both their prayers. (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published)

Historical:

Son of Promise by Caryl McAdoo — Can a wife find the grace to forgive when her husband’s withheld the truth? Travis Buckmeyer has a secret son, and the morning’s come to tell his sweet wife. He hates breaking Emma Lee’s heart. She promised him one ten years ago, but hasn’t been blessed to carry a baby to term. Every miscarriage made the telling harder, but now his clock’s run out. He’s going for his son, praying he won’t lose her.
Cody knows who his mother claims his father is, but he’s only interested in getting sprung from reform school then boosting enough from the do-gooder to bust out on his own.
Can Travis find redemption, Emma Lee forgiveness, or Cody the love he’s been longing for? (Historical, Independently Published)

Historical Romance:

Hearts Entwined by Mary Connealy, Melissa Jagears, Regina Jennings, and Karen Witemeyer — Four top historical romance novelists team up in this new collection to offer stories of love and romance with a twist of humor. In Karen Witemeyer’s “The Love Knot,” Claire Nevin gets the surprise of her life awaiting her sister’s arrival by train. Mary Connealy’s “The Tangled Ties That Bind” offers the story of two former best friends who are reunited while escaping a stampede. Regina Jennings offers “Bound and Determined,” where a most unusual trip across barren Oklahoma plains is filled with adventure, romance, and . . . camels? And Melissa Jagears’ “Tied and True” entertains with a tale of two hearts from different social classes who become entwined at a cotton thread factory. (Historical Romance from Bethany House [Baker])



A Bouquet of Brides Collection by Mary Davis, Kathleen E. Kovach, Paula Moldenhauer, Suzanne Norquist, Donita Kathleen Paul, Donna Schlachter, and Pegg Thomas — For seven bachelors, this bouquet of brides means a happily ever after. Meet seven American women who were named for various flowers but struggle to bloom where God planted them. Can love help them grow to their full potential? (Historical Romance from Barbour Publishing)



A Mother For His Family by Susanne Dietze
Lady Helena Stanhope’s reputation is in tatters…and she’s lost any hope for a “respectable” ton marriage. An arranged union is the only solution. But once Helena weds formidable Scottish widower John Gordon, Lord Ardoch, and encounters his four mischievous children, she’s determined to help her new, ever-surprising family. Even if she’s sure love is too much to ask for.
All John needs is someone to mother his admittedly unruly brood. He never imagined that beautiful Lady Helena would be a woman of irresistible spirit, caring and warmth. Or that facing down their pasts would give them so much in common. Now, as danger threatens, John will do whatever it takes to convince Helena their future together—and his love—are for always. (Historical Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])



His Forgotten Fiancee by Evelyn M. Hill — Liza Fitzpatrick is stunned when her fiancé finally arrives in Oregon City — with amnesia. Matthew Dean refuses to honor a marriage proposal he doesn’t recall making, but Liza needs his help now to bring in the harvest, and maybe she can help him remember… Matthew is attracted to the spirited Liza, and as she tries to help him regain his old memories, the new ones they’re creating together start to make him feel whole. Even as he falls for her again, though, someone’s determined to keep them apart. Will his memory return in time to save their future? (Historical Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])



A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White — Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which makes her the perfect choice for a critical task at the outset of World War I–to secure a crucial cypher key from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he’s won–until now, when being recognized nearly gets him killed. Everyone wants the key to his father’s work as a cryptologist. And Lukas fears that his mother and sister, who have vanished in the wake of the German invasion of Belgium, will pay the price. The only distraction he finds from his worry is in meeting the intriguing and talented Willa Forsythe. But danger presses in from every side, and Willa knows what Lukas doesn’t–that she must betray him and find that key, or her own family could pay the same price his surely has. (Historical Romance from Bethany House [Baker])

Mystery:

Surgeon’s Choice by Richard L. Mabry, MD — Dr. Ben Merrick thought his biggest problem was getting his fiancé’s divorced parents into the same room for the wedding–and then, people started dying. (Mystery, Independently Published through White Glove)

Romantic Suspense:

Innocent Lies by Robin Patchen — Desperate to be safe from the man who held her captive and ruined her life, Kelsey must ensure her child is protected before she can take her enemy on. But a string of bad luck gets her arrested and lands her face-to-face with the only man she’s ever loved—the only man who can destroy all her plans. (Romantic Suspense, Independently Published)
Cold Truth by Susan Sleeman

Cold Truth by Susan Sleeman — When research chemist Kiera Underwood receives the cryptic phone call about her twin brother, she tries to contact him to no avail. Her twin sense tingles, warning her that something is wrong. Kiera’s not prepared when an attempt is made on her life and Blackwell Tactical operative Cooper Ashcroft delivers her second shock of the day. Someone killed the supervisor at the research lab where her brother works and stole a deadly biotoxin. The main suspect? Her brother, and Blackwell Tactical has been hired to bring him in. If that wasn’t shocking enough, she’s suspected of colluding with him. Setting out to prove herself and her brother is innocent, she is almost abducted before Ashcroft rescues her. He’s faced with the reality that she’s telling the truth and someone has likely abducted her brother—perhaps killed him—and now Kiera’s very life is in danger, too. (Romantic Suspense, Independently Published)

 

ACFW Christian Fiction New Releases January 2018

For the newest and best in ACFW Christian fiction, be sure to check the Fiction Finder website regularly! Its powerful and flexible search program will help you find just what you are looking for.

 

 

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ACFW Christian Fiction ~ New Releases ~ December 2017

December 2017 New Releases

Do you enjoy ACFW Christian Fiction?  Check out Fiction Finder – a searchable website for the best in ACFW Christian Fiction of every genre. More in-depth descriptions of these ACFW Christian Fiction books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website.

Contemporary:

Rebecca’s Redemption by Lee Carver — A nurse seeking redemption for past sins joins a doctor contending against the jungle. Both healers need healing. (Contemporary, Independently Published)

Contemporary Romance:

The Christmas Baby by Lisa Carter — Mistletoe Mommy Anna Reyes is pregnant and widowed, and a Christmas homecoming isn’t so simple. Reuniting with her best friend, Ryan Savage, makes it easier—even though she knows he’ll soon be leaving their small coastal hometown. After putting his career on hold for his family’s business, Ryan’s finally ready to pursue his goals. But as he and Anna work to make the holidays special for a group of at-risk kids, Ryan wonders if he can give up one dream for another. They’re determined to make this a Christmas to remember, but can Ryan and Anna also make their holiday family last forever? (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])

You’re Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher — Nick’s love of thrills and danger and Samantha’s love of safety and security drove them apart two years ago. After her worst fears came true, can they build something new upon the ashes of the past? (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing)

A Christmas Kind of Perfect by Christine Schimpf — Conrad Hamilton thought his life would be easy. A great job running his own construction business, living in his hometown in Door County, Wisconsin, with Lila Clark by his side. He planned on marrying her as soon as she returned from her Chicago internship but it never happened.
Lila never expected to become a successful writer nor did she plan on spending the last decade in New York. But she did. Can the magic of Christmas turn two hearts back to one another again or is it too late to capture that special kind of perfect? (Contemporary Romance from Prism Christian Publishing)

Under the Mistletoe: A Christian Christmas Anthology by Jenna Brandt, Lorana Hoopes, Carol E. Keen, Elle E. Kay, Mary C. Findley, Judith Robl, Evangeline Kelly, C.J. Samuels — Christmas is the time when families get together and love abounds. Eight inspirational authors have teamed up to bring you 8 wonderful Christmas novellas sure to bring you joy this season. (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published)

 

 

Making Spirits Bright by Chautona Havig, April Hayman, Toni Shiloh, Cathe Swanson ~ ACFW Christian FictionMaking Spirits Bright by Cathe Swanson, Chautona Havig, Toni Shiloh, April Hayman — Christmas is a season for new beginnings and second chances. A time for hope and joy and laughter. A time for people of all ages to find love and come together in community. Making Spirits Bright is a collection of just such stories – four never-before-published inspirational Christmas novellas. From romance to cozy mystery, with a generous dash of humor, these contemporary stories are sure to warm your heart as well as brighten your season and lift your Christmas spirit. (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published)

Historical Romance:



The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection by Mary Connealy — The Old West comes to life under the talented pen of bestselling author Mary Connealy. Enjoy a lighthearted ride alongside seven historical and one contemporary cowboys and the women who tame their hearts. (Historical/Contemporary Romance Novella from Barbour Publishing)



Would-Be Mistletoe Wife by Christine Johnson — Worried she might lose her teaching job if funding is cut for her boarding school, widow Louise Smythe must consider marriage. But the only prospective groom in town is lighthouse-keeper Jesse Hammond, and he wants children–something she may never be able to provide. While Jesse waits for the ideal woman to make his wife, though, Louise can’t help but long for something more than his friendship. If he wants to be promoted to head lighthouse keeper, Jesse needs to find a wife suited to his rustic lifestyle. But as he and Louise partner to give the town’s homeless orphans a joyous holiday, he’s drawn to the petite woman. Will the light of Christmas finally inspire them to trust in each other’s hearts? (Historical Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])



Circle of Blessings by Deborah Raney — A young college student is determined to win the love of her English professor at the university in the Dakota Territory where she is studying to be an architect. (Historical Romance from Raney Day Press)

Historical:

Return to Bella Terra by MaryAnn Diorio — When she receives word that her mother is terminally ill, Maria Landro Tonetta travels to her Sicilian homeland with her son Nico. She finds herself yearning for the life she once knew as a child on Bella Terra, the family farm, now on the verge of bankruptcy. Caught between two worlds, Maria dreams of moving back to Sicily with her husband and children to save the farm. When, however, Nico’s biological father unexpectedly appears at Mama’s funeral, Maria faces a new enemy to her dream.
But is there an even greater enemy within her own soul? (Historical, Independently Published)

Brides of Minnesota by Lena Nelson Dooley — Follow a Swedish family’s journey as they settle in Minnesota where each brother seeks a living—and wife. (Historical from Barbour Publishing)

Mystery:

Guilt by Association by Heather Day Gilbert — When the dead body of an overdosed teen turns up next to Tess Spencer’s mom’s trailer, it’ll take a miracle to keep Tess from becoming a casualty in her own personal war on drugs. (Mystery, ACFW Qualified Independently Published)

Romantic Suspense:

Imperfect Justice by Cara Putman — The police say the woman was a murderer. Emilie Wesley knows they can’t be talking about her client . . . can they? (Romantic Suspense from HarperCollins Christian Publishing)

Holiday Secrets by Susan Sleeman — When his ex is thrust into the crosshairs of a deadly syndicate, FBI agent Gavin McKade will do whatever it takes to protect her. Even work the case with his stubborn sheriff dad. As if protecting Lexie from professional killers isn’t difficult enough, the unlikely reunion has rekindled their complicated romantic connection. But if Gavin can’t untangle Lexie from this dangerous web, the blurring line between duty and love may not matter…because this Christmas could be their last. (Romantic Suspense from Love Inspired [Harlequin])

Speculative:

The Redemption of Jedidiah Pinkney by J.R. Pitts — A crippled and bullied young boy finds redemption and healing after an encounter with Jesus. (Speculative from Ambassador International)

 

ACFW Christian Fiction New Releases December 2017

For the newest and best in ACFW Christian fiction, be sure to check the Fiction Finder website regularly! Its powerful and flexible search program will help you find just what you are looking for.

Making Spirits Bright includes my own novella, Hope for the Holidays. If you haven’t yet read it, check it out now! The collection also includes stories from three other ACFW members. Chautona Havig, April Hayman, and Toni Shiloh – three great authors and good friends.

 

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A Christmas Collection for your Kindle ~ Using Kindle Collections to Organize your Library

A Chirstmas Collection for your Kindle - Kindle Collections

After a couple years of gobbling up 99 cent novella collections like they were potato chips (can’t eat just one?), as well as almost every other Chirstian Christmas book I’ve come across, I realized I had a problem. I opened my Kindle to look for a book from last year, and I couldn’t find it!  I already have a few collections in my account, so I added a Christmas collection, and now they are all in one place. Just clicking on the Christmas Collection link and seeing all those book covers gets me in the Christmas spirit!

Do you already use Kindle collections? If you don’t, I recommend that you start a few of them! On my Kindle Fire 7, I click on the library menu button in the upper left corner, and one of the menu items is “collections.” Click on that, and from there, you create a collection just like you would create a new folder in your computer’s documents library. When you want to move a book into a collection, from the regular library screen,  touch and hold the book cover until a check mark appears on it, then click the PLUS (+) button in the upper right hand corner. It will give you a list of your collections to choose from. Other versions of the Kindle and Fire tablets may be a little different.

I have Kindle collections for cookbooks, writing books, Christian nonfiction, certain prolific authors, and Christmas. I also have a collection for things I have downloaded or emailed to my kindle, because they don’t otherwise show up in my library and can be hard to find.

So now you can upload more Christmas books and find them easily next November when you are ready to settle in for a long winter’s night of reading! Did you check out this list of  eleven 99 cent Christmas novella collections?

Christmas Novella Collections - 99 cents and FREE for Kindle Unlimited!

 

Naturally, I have to recommend Making Spirits Bright, which is this year’s Christmas Lights novella collection, with fun and heartwarming stories by Chautona Havig, April Hayman, Toni Shiloh and myself! 

Making Spirits Bright ~ a Christmas novella collection from Cathe Swanson, Chautona Havig, April Hayman and Toni Shiloh

Do you use Kindle Collections? What collections have you created?

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A Merry Kindle Christmas

A Merry Kindle Christmas - Cyber Monday 2017

I know most of my readers have Kindles and use them for at least some of their reading. But if you don’t, this is the time to pick one up. Amazon’s once-a-year Cyber Monday deals are amazing! I have a basic Kindle Fire 7, and it’s a nice little tablet!  And today, November 27, it’s just $29.99.  (Even at its usual price of $49.99, I think it’s a good deal for a tablet. ) It even comes in several different colors! How awesome is that??

Amazon Kindle Fire 7 - Cyber Monday special

And to make it all even better…

Right now, you can get a subscription to Kindle Unlimited for up to 40% off!  Buy it for yourself or give it as a gift.  If I understand the small print correctly, the sale is open to current subscribers, too. 

Cyber Monday Special

And while it’s nice to sell books, I love my Kindle Unlimited readers. All my books are available to read free through the Kindle Unlimited program, as are thousands and thousands of other books in every genre. The program is similar to netflix, for books instead of movies. 

***Note: a very nice reader sent me a message asking if authors make money through the Kindle Unlimited program. The answer is YES. Authors are paid according to how many pages of the book are read. Thank you for caring. <3 ***

And remember… this is the last day to get the Kindle versions of Baggage Claim and Snow Angels for just $1.99 each! 

Baggage Claim by Cathe Swanson

 

Snow Angels by Cathe Swanson

Have a Merry Kindle Christmas!

 

 

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11 Christmas Novella Collections for 2017

Christmas Novella Collections

One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is the abundance of good reading! Every year, readers are offered new multi-author Christmas novella collections, usually for just 99 cents and FREE for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. I fill up my Kindle and enjoy them all year. It’s a great way to find new favorite authors. 

Christmas novellas are like Hallmark movies – funny, sad, sweet, and heartwarming! They might be mysteries,  romance, contemporary or historical, but we are guaranteed a happy ending. 

11 Christmas Novella Collections for 2017

The Christmas novella collections in this list are all specifically Christian in worldview.  If I have missed one, leave a comment with the Amazon link or email me.  I’d love to include it.  

           

Making Spirits Bright ~ a Christmas novella collection from Cathe Swanson, Chautona Havig, April Hayman and Toni ShilohMaking Spirits Bright 

Chautona Havig, April Hayman, Toni Shiloh and Cathe Swanson

 

The Mystery of Christmas 2 - a Christmas novella collectionThe Mystery of Christmas 2 

Chautona Havig, E.E. Kennedy, Lynette Sowell, Alana Terry, Amanda Tru, Alexa Verde and Susette Williams

 

Snowflakes & Snuggles ~ a Christmas novella collectionSnowflakes & Snuggles

Jan Elder, Clare Revell, Mary Manners, Cecelia Dowdy, Autumn Macarthur and Marion Uekermann

**Preorder for December 1**

 

I'll Be Home for ChristmasI’ll Be Home For Christmas 

Lenora Worth, Allie Pleiter, Jill Kemerer and Belle Calhoune

 

Wonderland Wishes - a Christmas novella collectionnWonderland Wishes

Lynnette Bonner, Sylvia Stewart, Dori Harrell, Kathleen Freeman, Lesley Ann McDaniel, Chautona Havig and Jan Cline

 

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Christmas Novella CollectionIt’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

 Susette Williams, Sherry Chamblee, E.E. Kennedy, Carol Moncado, Lynette Sowell and Diane Lil Adams

 

Cowboys Under the Mistletoe Cowboys Under the Mistletoe 

Kristen Ethridge, Danica Favorite, Liz Isaacson, Deb Kastner and Jessica Keller

 

MIstletoe, Snow and Suspense Christmas Novella Collection Mistletoe, Snow, and Suspense 

 Lillian Duncan, V.B. Tenery, Pamela S. Thibodeaux and Mary Vee

 

Winter's Kiss - Christmas Novella CollectionWinter’s Kiss

Tanya Eavenson, Liwen Y. Ho, Carole Towriss, Ginger Solomon, Laura V. Hilton and Elaine Stock

**NOTE: This one is not available for Kindle Unlimited**

 

O'Christmas TownO’Christmas Town

Cynthia Hickey, Debra E. Marvin, Becca Whitham, Teresa Ives Lilly and Linda Baten Johnson

 

Christmas Masquerade - A Christmas novella collection A Christmas Masquerade

Cynthia Hickey, Nicki Turner, Darlene Franklin, Gena Welborn, Becca Whitham and Martha Rogers

 

Did I miss any? Which ones have you picked up already this year? 

 

 

 

 

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How and Why to Give Kindle Books as Christmas Gifts

How to Give a Kindle Book as a Gift - Have a Very Merry Clutter-free Christmas!

Why to give Kindle Books as Christmas Gifts

Everyone knows that books make great gifts, and digital books are especially nice because they are:
  1. Inexpensive – most Kindle books are under $10. Some are much cheaper!
  2. Environmentally friendly – no physical production or transportation “footprint.”
  3. Fast – forgot to shop in advance? Order online and have the gift delivered instantly. You can also schedule the delivery for later, if you are shopping early.
  4. Convenient – shop from home, in the proverbial pajamas.
  5. Abundant – you can find almost any title on Amazon.
  6. Easy to send – you only need the recipient’s email address.
  7. Free to deliver – you don’t have to pay postage or stand in line at the post office.
  8. Clutter-free – many of us have plenty of “stuff” and limited bookshelf space.
  9. Personal – we share books that we think other people will like.
  10. Easy to read – you can read Kindle books on a tablet, phone or computer. Or even on a Kindle.
  11. Returnable – if your recipient already has the book or is not interested, they can exchange it for an amazon gift card of the same value.

How to Give a Kindle Book as a Christmas Gift

Amazon has two options for gifting kindle books: they will send a personalized email and code directly to the recipient, or they will send it to you so you can print it out and deliver it yourself.

 

First, find the book you want to send. This is a good one!

How to give a kindle book as a gift

Click on the “Give as a gift” button:

How to give a kindle book as a gift

To send the gift directly to your recipient:

Your recipient’s email address does not have to be the one associated with their amazon kindle account. You can personalize the gift with a message.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

If you would like to send the gift later, you can select the delivery date from the drop-down menu:

How to send a kindle book as a gift

Be sure to preview your message:

How to give a kindle book as a gift

***As with all of your own kindle purchases you will get the notification that your purchase is complete. Note that it does not say they emailed your gift to the recipient. It says they sent it to you. Don’t worry. If your gift was scheduled for immediate delivery, they sent it. You will get a verification email.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

This is what your recipient’s email will look like:

How to give a kindle book as a gift

When they click on the link, they will be asked to sign into their amazon account. They will be sent to the the Kindle Gift Center window, where they enter (copy and paste) their gift claim code into the box.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

When they click on the “Go get your gift!” button, they get this page:

How to give a kindle book as a gift

After they click “Accept Kindle Gift”, the book will be in their kindle library and they get the usual “thanks” page:

How to give a kindle book as a gift

You will get an email notifying you that the book has been claimed.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

You can also check your Amazon account, under Digital orders, to see if it has been claimed or not.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

To deliver it yourself:

If you want to give a Kindle book as a gift but add a more personal touch, you can have Amazon send the email code to you.

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You can dress up your email by adding pictures or more text and then forwarding it to your gift recipient, or you can print it out and enclose it in a card for mailing.

How to give a kindle book as a gift

The rest of that process is the same as the first option.

It’s not hard to give  Kindle books as Christmas gifts … it only looks complex because I showed so many screen shots from the perspectives of both the giver and the recipient! The step-by-step instructions make it a very simple and quick process.

By the way…

A person could, of course, look up the price of the book on Amazon, but the price is not shown in the gift card or claim windows. If the recipient does not want the book, they can exchange it for an Amazon gift card of the same value (in which case they would learn the value of the gift).

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