Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Merry Christmas!

It's that time of year again... Christmas!

I just love it! :)

The music, decorations, lights, shows, time with family, that special feeling in the air, everyone trying to be nicer... It's magical!

This year my kids asked for some toys that aren't sold in stores anymore.
That sent us shopping at second hand stores.
Luckily, we snagged some toys on their list!
We should have some happy little girls on Christmas morning!
I can't wait! :)

But I also couldn't pass up the opportunity to purchase these beauties for myself!

Check out this photo:

All those Love Inspired Books from one store! I couldn't believe it!

Love Inspired Suspense:

Love Inspired:

And Love Inspired Historical:

It was like meeting friends :)

Definitely an early Christmas gift for me :) But also, a gift for the future, since I hope that when the girls grow up these are the books they'll choose to read.

And those Love Inspired Historicals are soon to be antiques ;)

So thank you to all the Christian writers for their hard work, and the readers who make this all possible! I hope our stories multiply and we all have an abundance of amazing books to read in the New Year!

God Bless you all!

Eva Maria Hamilton

Eva Maria Hamilton is the author of Highland Hearts, a Love Inspired Historical novel published by Harlequin. Her novel, Highland Hearts, won 2nd Place in the Historical Romance, as well as the Traditional/Inspirational Romance Categories in the Heart of Excellence Reader’s Choice Awards, and was an Inspirational Series Finalist in the 2013 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. Her short story, Disinherited Love, can be read in the anthology, A Kiss is Still A Kiss. Eva Maria Hamilton is also the owner of Lilac Lane Publishing, which has currently published, Jane Austen’s Pride And Prejudice Colouring & Activity Book featuring Illustrations from 1895, Jane Austen’s Sense And Sensibility Colouring & Activity Book featuring Illustrations from 1896, and Jane Austen's Emma Colouring & Activity Book featuring Illustrations from 1896.

To connect with Eva Maria Hamilton, please visit her at www.EvaMariaHamilton.com or LilacLanePublishing.com



  1. Hooray! Charity shop browsing is the best!! Have fun reading! And what an encouragement to all writers to think of our used books having more than one life!

  2. Thanks, Donna! I hope Christian writers are encouraged to continue on with their great work! And my TBR pile is becoming more of a To Be Read Bookcase :) Have a lovely day!

  3. Hi Eva, Merry Christmas and enjoy exploring the treats in your To Be Read Bookcase. :)