2021 Christmas Scavenger Hunt Round-Robin: Church for Sale


Merry Christmas! I’m Pam Green, and I’d like to welcome you to my stop on the Christmas Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt!

Here’s how it works:  In each author’s blog post, you will find a question that can be answered by checking out the free Amazon preview of their book. Provide the answer on this form. Note: You must answer the questions for every author in the round-robin to be considered to win the $250 first place, $150 second place or $100 third place Amazon gift cards. These prizes are USD values. If you are not a U.S. resident, you will get a gift card from the Amazon store for your country; however, it will be valued at these USD amounts.)

At the end of my post is a link to the next blog, who will provide a link to the next blog, etc., to the very end, creating a circle (a round-robin) visit through all the authors’ blogs.

I’m excited to introduce Church for Sale, the first novella in my new Church on the Parkway series. The story is set in the mid-seventies and writing it has taken me on a walk down memory lane.

Let me set the scene:

Christmas at Open Door Church had to be exceptional this year!

The church board created special publicity for the season.

Lacy Seamands, the congregation’s prima donna pianist, put together a lineup of holiday favorites sure to please those who rarely darkened the church’s doors.

Teenage writer Julie Griffith wrote a script that managed to tell a coherent gospel story using Lacy’s jazzy music selections.

No one had a clue what visiting preacher Bernie Rush would do.

Myrna Brown directed the pageant and prayed up a storm.

This was no ordinary Christmas at Open Door Church.

The church was dying, and the Christmas season would likely be their last.

Does this sound intriguing? Before diving into the scavenger hunt, click here to comment via email and be entered into a drawing for one of three copies of Church for Sale!

Let’s begin this scavenger hunt! Go to the book on Amazon at this link. In the Look Inside preview, you will find the answer to this question:

What was Dennis assigned to teach when he subbed at the high school?

When you have the answer, FILL OUT THIS FORM and then head on to visit Sarah Hamaker, author of Mistletoe & Murder!

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Round-Robin: The Old Fool

Joyeux Noël!

Welcome to the blog tour stop for my Christmas novella The Old Fool. This story is the prequel to the Sully Parkway Series, and I’m delighted to share a pivotal moment in the life of one of its heroes.

Little Olivier’s parents couldn’t know they were saddling their son with an unpronounceable name, or that one day as real estate tycoon O. L. Feuille, his competitor would dub him an “old fool.”

As the Christmas season begins, O. L., known to his friends as Ollie, fends off overtures from his chief competitor in the world of retirement homes. Sleazy Hank Cochran is determined to acquire Ollie’s beloved flagship home, the somewhat dilapidated Queen Anne in Manassas.

The Old Fool front final

Ollie rallies his associates in a last-ditch effort to prevent Cochran’s takeover, but he’s distracted by the appearance of down-and-outer Art Dink, who has a different agenda in mind.

Stressed and financially stretched,  Ollie has a disturbing—and possibly prophetic—nightmare and finds himself at a crossroads.

Will he be wise or foolish?

It’s time to continue the scavenger hunt! Go to the book on Amazon at this link. When you read the book blurb, you’ll be able to answer the question: What is the name of Hank Cochran’s retirement home chain? When you have the answer, fill out this form and head on to the next blog!

Thank you so much for visiting! The next author on the tour is Sally Bayless, who is telling us all about her Christmas book Christmas in Abundance. You can find it at this link:


Remember that the round robin will end on December 16th at 11:59 PM EST!