21 Ebooks Perfect For The Stocking Of A Book Lover

Raise your hand if you’re a last minute Christmas shopper.

Ahem, you can’t see me right now, but I’m raising my hand. It’s only a few weeks till Christmas and from the way I’ve been procrastinating, you would think I had some guy in a red suit handling all my gift giving for me.

If you’re anything like me, you’re still looking for last-minute stocking stockers for your nearest and dearest. Therefore, I have taken it upon myself to create a Christmas shopping guide just for you, my favorite book lovers.

But wait, this isn’t just a list of fabulous books, it isn’t just a list of inexpensive ebooks, this is a list featuring only indie and small press authors.

So you can give the gift that keeps on giving this year by supporting small authors AND giving your friends some amazing stocking stuffers.

Or, you can absolutely give yourself a Christmas present and keep them for yourself.

So are you ready? Here we go; my top recommendations, separated neatly by genre and category.

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The Give Thanks for Books Tag

In the spirit of blogging more on my author site and keeping things a little lighter (i.e. more like me), I’ve been looking around for some appropriately bookish tags for this space. And, when you’re looking for blogging inspiration, look no further than my friend Rachel Kovaciny at The Edge Of The Precipice, who comes up with the best blog tags!

In honor of Thanksgiving, Rachel came up with a tag that is all about our gratitude for BOOKS. As you can see below, all the prompts spell out the words GIVE THANKS. Isn’t that darling? It looked like so much fun that I just had to play along. So are you ready? Let’s talk about the books we’re grateful for!

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The Goblin and the Dancer – Guest Post – The Theme Of The Steadfast Tin Soldier

So honored to be posting one of my very first guest posts!

Thank you for featuring me, Sawyer! Head on over to Sundrop Girls (click on blog name) to read my post. I’m diving into the themes of Hans Christian Anderson’s original tale . . . or rather my Christian interpretation. I think thoughts on steadfastness are needed today more than ever. I hope you enjoy.