Monday, July 19, 2021

"Glad Tidings: A Flash Fiction Advent Calendar" by Angie Thompson -- Book Review and Blog Tour

About the Book

Twenty-five short reads inspired by themes from the Christmas storyCelebrate the true spirit of the season with this collection of five-minute holiday stories.

Perfect to pair with your morning coffee or binge-read while curled up with a favorite blanket

on a snowy afternoon!

From a stately mansion to a rough barn, from a cheerful fireside to a lonely mountain road,

from a chaotic church pageant to the grim aftermath of war, no heart is without its burden.

But no trouble is too deep to be touched by the light of love and the warmth of Christmas.

My Thoughts

This was an interesting collection of stories. There was some in 1st person and others in

3rd person. Some were historical and others were contemporary. Some were romances and

others were not. I thought that they were well written but some of them I wanted to know

more of the story. I liked the biblical messages in the stories.



Release date: July 12th, 2021

About the Author

An avid reader and incurable story-spinner, Angie Thompson also enjoys volunteering in her

church’s children’s program and starting (but not always finishing) various kinds of craft projects.

She currently lives in central Virginia near most of her incredible family, including two parents,

six brothers, one sister, and five siblings-in-law—plus four nieces, six nephews, and several assorted


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Author links: 



Tara | Tower in the Plains

Becky Dempsey | Blossoms and Blessings

Chelsea Burden | Sheep Among Wolves Publishing

Abby Elissa | Abby Elissa's Writings


Kelly Barr | Kelly F Barr

Rebekah Morris | Read Another Page


Abigail Kay Harris | Read Review Rejoice


Erika Mathews | Resting Life

Brianna Harpel | Spread the Spark


Ebos Aifuobhokhan | Batya's Bits 

Natalie Claire | Kenmore Pines

Katja | Old-Fashioned Book Love


Emily Harris | E.J.’s Journal


Ryana Lynn | Life of Heritage Corner

1 comment:

Angie T. said...

Thanks so much for sharing, Becky! <3