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ENTER TO WIN: Scottish Gifts from Liz Curtis Higgs

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Against the backdrop of the Christmas season in Stirling, Scotland in 1894, A Wreath of Snow, a new novella from Liz Curtis Higgs, delivers a wonderful story of redemption and restoration. In honor of its publication, we are offering the chance to win gifts from Scotland, brought home from Stirling by Liz Curtis Higgs.

Grand prize: One winner will receive a charming, antique sterling silver coin purse.

Runner up prizes: Five additional winners will receive a pewter thistle pin.

All six winners will also receive a copy of A Wreath of Snow.

About these gifts

The pewter thistle pins came from the gift shop at Eilean Donan Castle, the most photographed castle in Scotland. HOME 07 Eilean DonanOn the mainland near the bridge to the Isle of Skye at Kyle of Lochalsh, Eilean Donan Castle is beautiful in any season. This photo shows what it looked like on the day I was there in May 2012, shopping for my readers in between finishing the final chapters of A Wreath of Snow.

Our special prize

The sterling silver coin purse is a little Victorian gem purchased at an antique shop on Friars Street in Stirling, Scotlandpurse. Isn’t it lovely? Our heroine in A Wreath of Snow, Margaret Campbell, would have been delighted to carry such a purse! The etching is very delicate, and the blue lining appears to be original. Coins would have been sufficient for almost any small purchase, so no folding money would have been needed by a gentlewoman. Why such a large ring to slip over a lady’s small finger? Because she would have been wearing gloves!

Complete the form below to be entered for a chance to win. Click here for official rules.

About the book

“I loved it. A Wreath of Snow is a wonderful story of redemption and restoration that will warm your heart during the Christmas season—or any time of year!” —Francine Rivers, author of Redeeming Love

 

68 comments

  • A friend just told me about your site and I love it. Been to Scotland twice with her in the past few years! Absolutely love it! Want to move there someday!

  • Some of my ancestors were from Scotland, so that makes this an especially cool contest for me. Thanks for the chance!

  • Just received “A Wreath of Snow” in the mail and am so anxious to read it. It is on my agenda for today!! Love everthing that Liz has written!

  • Love everything that Liz writes and have received “A Wreath of Snow” in the mail. Anxious to read it!!

  • Looking forward to this new read. Have always enjoyed all your books. God has truly blessed you with the gift of writing….

  • Thank you so much for this opportunity to win your new book and the other great prizes. The antique coin purse is beautiful!!

  • I have read all of Liz’s books and was able to hear her speak at a hearts at home conference a few years ago. She is an amazing speaker and author. Love you Liz!!!

  • I am so glad to have discovered you, Liz Curtis Higgs. Can’t wait to read “A Wreath of Snow”! It will be 2012’s Christmas time reading.

  • Looking forward to seeing you Nov. 9-10 at the Hershey Lodge, Hershey, PA. You are an amazing speaker..Love you Liz!!!

  • I’ve read all of Liz’s books including most of her books for childre. I was able to hear her speak in Hattiesburg, Ms a couple of years ago. My husband and I went to Scotland several years ago along with her book My Heart is in the Lowlands and had the most wonderful time following her guide. We stayed in the most wonderful
    B&B’s and met such kind and gentle people. My dream as a child was to live in a castle! Don’t live in one but I did get get to visit several. Love Liz

  • I love all your books. I have seen you in person. I never remember laughing that much in my life.

  • Love your videos, just listened to the cd’s from Gull Lake Conf., your books and studies have blest me and the ladies in our church fellowship…thank for ALL you do, for thinking of us as you travel and even bringing back gifts!! Thank you too for the many times you pray for your readers! May He continue to bless and use you for HIS glory.

  • I’ll miss the Scottish Highland Games this coming weekend in Atlanta, so a wee bit of Scotland would raise my spirits. Love in Christ to you and Bill

  • I have enjoyed every one of you books! I’m sure I will enjoy this one as well! A nice novella for our Christmas season! Warm up the chocolate and bring out the shortbread!

  • i love to read your books….teaching or fiction, i always get something spiritual out of them. you are a true blissin!

  • Heard Liz at She Speaks 2012… amazing! Made me laugh, made me cry. Loved her heart. Do not normally enjoy fiction, but love her books:)

  • I can’t wait to read \Wreath of Snow\ even though it’s still warm and green outside! My favorite book of Liz’s, which is out of print I believe, is \Bookends\. The main characters are too funny! We will be going to Lititz,Pa. in a couple weeks. Hope to eat at the Tomato Pie restaurant again!

  • Our Bible study class is sooo enjoyable since you joined us. We love the Lord and your take on scripture. We are walking with Ruth and Naomi back to Bethlehem. Can’t wait to read your next book.

  • Liz you have opened up another wider world for me in your books your weekend studies & your email/ facebook messages Thanks from my heart .. I am now adding your messages to my friends …….. Thanks

  • Love to read and O have read all of your books (well almost, currently reading A girl’s still got it). Keep writing cuz I love reading! Thanks Liz!

  • Just finished the book…Love, love, love it! I could hardly put it down until I got it finished. Thanks for another great story of love and redemption Liz!!

  • I have Scottish roots….on my Mom’s side…love reading about that Country & Culture!
    ( Besides loving the hauntingly beautiful Bagpipes & not to mention how great the fellows look in the Kilts!)

  • So looking forward to the Christmas spirit again! I am excited to see Scotland through your eyes, Liz! Thanks Bunches from Montana.

  • Liz I have enjoyed reading all your books. Right now I’m reading The Girls Still Got It. The Wreath Of Snow is on my wish list.Keep up the good work! Lov u!

  • Dear Liz,
    I am so happy that I have been able to know you through your books and tapes.
    We had a LCH night at church last month and another this Friday night. I love your dvd’s and never laughed so much in my life. Thank you for bringing a wonderful bunch of women together and enjoy a great evening.
    Thanks from Windsor.

  • can’t wait to read another wonderful book by Liz! looks like the perfect book to curl up with on the sofa under a blanket with a mug of tea. 🙂

    Thanks for hosting this sweet giveaway.

  • Every year I like to read a good Christmas novel. This year it will be A Wreath od Snow. Looking forward to it, Lass!

  • I read Wreath of Snow as soon as it came out; thanks for the lovely story, for the blessing and encouragement and just plain pleasure you give us with your gift for words. Happy Thanksgiving, and Merry Christmas!

  • A Wreath of Snow is a wonderful fast Christmas read when trains were the mode of transportation of arriving home on time for Christmas Eve. The obstacles, and the outcome of the passengers combating unfortunate circumstances are the center of the book, and forgiveness, of a tragic experience, lead all the characters into a life changing situation. Very good book!

  • Hi Liz!
    Thanks for always being a joyful inspiration in the pursuit of knowing Christ. Thanks for the opportunity to win a sweet little treasure!

  • I would rather get a copy of the book than anything. Love you books. Christian fiction is what makes my day.

  • I love reading all of Liz’s books. We are all blessed by the gift that God has given you Liz, thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  • My late husband and I have traveled to Scotland three times. We love it so much–the rivers, the mountains, the castles, and the scenery and people. We took 2 grandsons with us on two of these trips when whey turned 10 years old. One of those grandsons is a sophomore in college and he has decided to spend next school year in Scotland on an exchange student grant. I am so excited for him. His Granpa would have been so proud!

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