6th Day of Christmas~Katy Lee

The Winner of Winnie’s prize is Gail Demaree. Congratulations, Gail. Now, on to Katy’s Christmas memory.

A Season of Giving

IMG_1731_squaredI have a fond Christmas memory of being six years old and waking up in the early morning light before any other of my family members, including my younger brother, Jimmy. I snuck downstairs all alone to find presents surrounding the tree, but right up front were two beautiful Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy dolls. They were the finishing touches to an exquisite and festive tree. And since I was the only little girl in the house, it would stand to reason, they would be for me.

Annie and AndyBut in my little girl mind, I saw a Raggedy Ann for me and Raggedy Andy for Jimmy. I scooped up both dolls and ran back upstairs to wake my brother up. “Jimmy, Jimmy!” I shouted. “There’s a girl for me and a boy for you.”

By this time, the rest of the house was rising. My mom tried to tell me they were both for me, but I wanted Jimmy to have Andy, and that was all there was to it. I still remember the look of pure happiness on his face when I gave it to him, and I know that was the first time I understood Christmas was the season of giving.

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In celebration of my recent book release of WARNING SIGNS, I am giving a lobster cookie cutter away to one commenter. And also, for the weeks of 12/1-12/16/13, I am holding a B.O.G.O. sale. Buy WARNING SIGNS and receive a free ecopy of Real Virtue. See my website, www.KatyLeeBooks.com for details.

More about Warning Signs:

Warning Signs Cover

When a drug-smuggling ring rocks a small coastal town, the DEA sends Agent Owen Matthews to shut it down. A single father with a deaf son, Owen senses that the town’s number one suspect—the high school’s new principal—doesn’t fit the profile. Miriam Hunter hoped to shrug off the stigma of her hearing impairment when she returned to Stepping Stones, Maine. But her recurring nightmares dredge up old memories that could prove her innocence—and uncover the truth behind a decades-old murder. Yet Owen’s help may not be enough when someone decides to keep Miriam silenced—permanently.

More about Katy Lee:

As an Inspirational Romantic Suspense author, Katy Lee writes higher-purpose stories in high-speed worlds. Through her writing, ministries, and teaching, she dedicates her life to sharing tales of love, from the “greatest love story ever told” to those sweet romantic stories of falling in love. Katy and her husband are born New Englanders and love to travel with their three adventuresome homeschooled children.  You can connect with Katy anytime at her website, http://www.KatyLeeBooks.com. There you will find links to Facebook and Twitter.

To purchase the WARNING SIGNS Kindle version, you can go to:  http://tinyurl.com/o446oqw

B.O.G.O. Sale: Remember, if you purchase WARNING SIGNS between 12/1/13 -12/16/13 from any retailer, contact Katy at her website at http://www.KatyLeeBooks.com for directions to claim your FREE ecopy of REAL VIRTUE. If you would like to see the details on REAL VIRTUE, go here: http://tinyurl.com/cxeo8ot. But remember to contact Katy directly at her website to claim your ecopy!

*To be eligible for Katy’s presents, you must leave a comment and live within the Continental United States. Winner will be selected using Random.org. The winner will be notified Dec 7 and posted on the sidebar as well.

5 responses to “6th Day of Christmas~Katy Lee”

  1. That was a beautiful story of Holiday giving Katy! I grew up with two older brothers….I’m not so sure I would have made that choice. Hee Hee. Congrats on your success with Warning SIgns. I love your lobster cookie cutter! *Please don’t include me in giveaway. Bless someone else with Katy’s giveaway.

  2. Wonderful story, Katy. It reminded me of my two oldest boys. When it was son #2’s 3rd birthday, he asked for two of something so he could give one to his older brother. Still brings tears to my eyes. I love the thought of your little brother with his Raggedy Andy doll. 🙂

  3. Beautiful story, Katy. I received a Raggedy Ann doll from my mother when I was eight years old, and I treasured that doll for many, many years. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.

  4. I enjoyed your story. I am a fan of Raggedy Ann and Andy. Thank you for the chance to win.

    griperang at embarqmail dot com

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