Book Review: Christmas Eve at the Back Door

Christmas tour

Christmas time is here! Okay, so not quite yet. It’s still over a month away, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start celebrating early, right? So today, we’re celebrating the release of not one, not four, but eight new Christmas books! All written by Rebekah A. Morris. I’ll be reviewing two of her books today, and you can find out more about the others as you follow the tour.

Excerpt picture

(Real quickly, here’s a picture of the entire series! Aren’t they adorable??!!)

About the Book

Christmas Eve at the Backdoor cover

The Great Depression is in full swing, and Mrs. Kabrick hopes to make Christmas a special time for her children even though they don’t have much. With the back door constantly opening and shutting, time flies bringing cold air, visitors, and a very special Christmas Eve.

Buy on Amazon HERE.

About the Author

Author Picture

Rebekah A. Morris is a homeschool graduate, an enthusiastic freelance author and a passionate writing teacher. Her books include, among others, Home Fires of the Great War, The Unexpected Request, Gift from the Storm, and her bestselling Triple Creek Ranch series. Some of her favorite pastimes, when she isn’t’ writing, include reading and coming up with dramatic and original things to do. The Show-Me state is where she calls home.

Review

Can I go to this town for Christmas? Everyone is so neighborly, and I love the set-up of the backdoors. πŸ˜‰ I had a little trouble keeping the twins apart at first, but I soon grew to recognize each individual child. (Roger is Mr. Mischief. πŸ˜› ) Mrs. Kabrick sure did have a busy day though! Phew. I especially enjoyed how each knock sounded different, depending on the type of person coming to the door. Ice skating sounded like fun, and having a new kitten for Christmas is pretty special. πŸ˜‰ And the pastor handing out gifts is such a neat tradition! I love how the path to their door SPOILER ALERT!Β helped the tramps realize that it was a welcoming place. This story ended on a very sweet, Christmas-y note!

Best quote: It seemed hesitant, almost unsure, as if the giver wasn’t sure he really wanted to knock.

Altogether, this short story was a great little sample of Christmas. πŸ˜‰

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

 

Check back later today for my review of First Christmas in America! πŸ˜€

Tour Schedule

November 13
Bookish Orchestrations – Introductory Post
Read Another Page – Book Spotlight from the author
Kaylee’s Kind of Writes – Book Spotlight
Resting Life – Review and Excerpt
Perry Elisabeth – Excerpt
Rachel Rossano’s Words – Book Spotlight and Excerpt

November 14
Read Another Page – Book Spotlight from the author
Odelia’s Blog – Author Interview and Book spotlight
Bryce’s Creative Writing Corner – Author Interview, Review, and Excerpt
Counting Your Blessings One by One – Review and Excerpt
Perpetual Indie Perspective – Book Spotlight

November 15
Read Another Page – Book Spotlight from the author
Whimsical Writings for His Glory – Author, Review, and Excerpt
Maidens for Modesty – Author Interview and Review
The Destiny of One – Book Spotlight
Rebekah Ashleigh – Book Spotlight
Once Upon an Ordinary – Review
Stephany’s BLOG Snippets – Book Spotlight and Excerpt

November 16
Read Another Page – Book Spotlight from the author
Laurel’s Leaves – Author Interview
Stories by Firefly – Review
Claire Banschbach – Author Interview
Kelsey’s Notebook – Review and Excerpt
Jaye L. Knight – Book Spotlight and Excerpt

November 17
Read Another Page – Book Spotlight from the author
Ruffles and Grace – Book Spotlight
With a Joyful Noise – Book Spotlight
Ordinary Girl Extraordinary Father – Review
Bookish Orchestrations – Closing Post

 

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7 thoughts on “Book Review: Christmas Eve at the Back Door

  1. Thank you, Kate! I’m glad you enjoyed this story, and that you agreed to be a part of my very first Blog Tour! I’ll be back for the next post. πŸ˜‰

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