Ready for a Heart-Warming Christmas? — Sally Jo Pitts + GIVEAWAY

Today I’m happy to welcome author Sally Jo Pitts as she shares about her Christmas novella. Read through to the end to find out how you can enter her giveaway.

Grab a cup of hot chocolate or warm apple cider, sit by the fire, and fill your senses with novellas by six different authors in the new release— CHRISTMAS FROM THE HEART, A collection of Christmas Romances.

The sold-out Hamilton Harbor Christmas Pageant, “What Makes Christmas?”, is in jeopardy when the cast is detained in an out-of-town snowstorm. An actress, in town to visit family, agrees to help with the production but the prop box holding the answer to the play’s question is missing. In the quest for the lost box, a renewed romance and the townspeople come together to reveal the true heart of Christmas.

My novella in the collection is “THE LOST BOX, A Hamilton Harbor Christmas:”

For a bit of insider information:

                                (The Martin Theatre, Panama City, Florida)

The town of Hamilton Harbor is patterned after my hometown—Panama City, Florida. The old downtown theatre, home to New Hope Community Church featured in The Lost Box story, is patterned after the Martin Theatre in Panama City which, like fictional Hamilton Harbor, is undergoing renovation and restoration.

Do you have a favorite heart-warming place, activity, or beverage that comes to mind at Christmastime?

Please share, for the opportunity to receive a print copy of Christmas From the Heart!

  About the Author:

Sally Jo Pitts brings a career as a private investigator, high school guidance counselor and teacher of family and consumer sciences to the fiction page. Tapping into her real-world experiences she writes what she likes to read, faith-based stories, steeped in the mysteries of life’s relationships. She is author of the Hamilton Harbor Legacy romance series and the Seasons of Mystery series. You can connect with her at,

Click here to go to my website, sign up for my newsletter, and receive a free short story about the couple who helped found Hamilton Harbor.

Here is wishing you and yours Christmas blessings.

   Sally Jo


10 thoughts on “Ready for a Heart-Warming Christmas? — Sally Jo Pitts + GIVEAWAY

  1. Hi , you are a new to me author, very nice to meet you. I am following you on FB and I signed up for your newsletter. This anthology sounds like great reads, and the book cover is beautiful. I love Christmas stories. Have a great week and stay safe. I love the title of your novella . My favorite place to be on Christmas is here at my home with my family , listening to Christmas music drinking spiced apple cider and just enjoying my family. Thank you for the chance. Have a Blessed Thanksgiving. aliciabhaney(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  2. Thank you for sharing. My favorite Christmas activity is attending Christmas Eve candle light service with family and then playing games and eating finger foods. This year will be my first without my parents so I’m not sure what it will look like. My favorite Christmas time beverage is peppermint mocha coffee with peppermint creamer.

  3. Sounds like you were blessed to have built wonderful Christmas memories with your parents. I pray you have a Christmas filled with pleasant memories of the season. I used to attend a church that did a candle light service. It is a beautiful tradition. Thanks for stopping by.

  4. My favorite heartwarming place is my parent’s place. I have pleasant and very good memories of both of my parents and we’re still making memories. My parents are very Godly people who are Christians and being with them makes me smile because they can make a room light up and make it very enjoyable.

  5. This sounds like a heartwarming novella collection. A favorite place of past Christmases was at my grandparents country home with a delicious meal, sharing sweets and visiting over coffee and hot tea. Thank you for the giveaway. May all the authors have a blessed and joyous Christmas.

  6. Appreciate you stopping by and sharing sweet memories of delicious foods and visiting at your grandparents’. I happen to be in the midst of cooking Thanksgiving dinner with family and chatting over coffee.

  7. Thank you so much for sharing such wonderful memories. I drink iced/hot tea. The pictures remind me of all the holiday programs that I had an opportunity to be in when I was younger.

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