It’s Christmas 2012!



Our office dog, Remus. And our awesome tree!

Our BookRix office dog, Remus. And our awesome tree!

Well, it’s finally here. The countdown for Christmas essentially starts the day after Thanksgiving (at least that’s how it works for many of us). Since then we’ve made countless lists, ventured into various shopping malls and stores, thanked God for Amazon, wrapped, wrapped and then wrapped some more. And today, THIS day, its here. Christmas has finally arrived, and not a moment too soon!

On behalf of BookRix, we’d like to wish each and every one of you a happy holiday. At the end of the day, it’s not about the gifts – although you wouldn’t think that considering how crazy we all get in order to get the gifts, etc. But today is about so much more than presents sitting under a tree and stockings hanging on the fireplace mantle. Today is about showing our loved ones that we care. Spreading joy and coming together with family and friends and truly being thankful for what we have.

Merry Christmas!

May your holidays be happy days,

filled with love and laughter.

And may each day bring joy your way,

in the year that follows after





If you’re looking for a great Christmas ebook to snuggle up to this evening, we suggest Christmas Night, by Stanley McQueen. It’s a comedic short story that stems from good ol’ Muddy Fork.

Love, Christmas, Short Story

Love, Christmas, Short Story

It’s Christmas night, and the folk of Muddy Fork want to celebrate at the Little Goose Chapel Church. Unfortunately, the road is filled with snow and it’s a hard journey to get there. What kind of miracle will they find, once they arrive?

A Muddy Fork story
















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