Wednesday, December 16, 2015

The Christmas Pin Society

With Christmas upon us, it is a wonderful time to pick up a Novella and read a heartwarming story of the season.  For years, my sister, sister in love, daughters and I collected Christmas pins; this story hit home.
This little Novella is a fictional work written by Marianne Coyne.  It is the story of a lady name Emma Perrillo and her closest friends who have gathered for many years, to exchange Christmas pins.  Due to circumstances in several of the ladies lives, they group stops meeting each year, until  a desire for renewed friendship stirs them up.  The ladies reach out to a family whose young son is seriously ill and in need of a operation.  They willingly give their collection of Christmas pins to be auctioned in order to raise money for the young boy.  It is a delightful tale and a quick read.  It makes you think about unconditional love and giving, especially with Christmas upon us.
I was contacted by the author and asked to read this book; she sent it to me, via Amazon for my honest review.  I am so impressed with her writing that I will be reading more of her.  If you are looking for a wonderful story, go to Amazon and purchase it.  You will enjoy it!
Marianne also has a blog named: Leisure Lane and I'm going there right now.
Blessings to you!


  1. Noreen, Funny how your story of pins tied in with this book...don't you love that? One year my grandson Jake gave me a Christmas pin of a bear in a Santa aht holding sign that read #1 nana. It touched my heart. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

  2. Sounds good...and one of my favorite kind of stories. Thanks for the heads up. Have a good day!

  3. Sounds like a wonderful book, and I'm sure it brought sweet memories to your heart too! :)

  4. Mom keeps trying to get back to her books but it is one thing after another . . .

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. Sounds like a Hallmark movie made for TV ! I have heard of the Christmas pins before , I think here it was done through the elderly homes ! Thanks for sharing lovely post ! Have a good day !

  6. Noreen, thank you very much. It makes me happy to know the story touched you, and I appreciate you sharing it on your delightful blog. Word of mouth is a treasure, especially if my dreams of having The Christmas Pin Society made into a Hallmark movie are going to come true ;)

    I pray you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends, and my wish is your new year be filled with divine health, happiness, and prosperity in every area of your life.



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