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Christmas Jars by Jason F. Wright
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Christmas Jars is the story of a young woman named Hope who is robbed shortly after her mother's death. Hope is surprised to find that someone has left a jar of money, clearly labeled Christmas Jar, near her apartment door. But who?

Hope's journalistic instincts kick in and she is off to find out who her benefactor is. She soon learns that others have received jars. She sets off to interview some of these people.

Before long, Hope has accumulated a lot of clues about the person behind the Christmas Jars and she goes undercover to find out more about this person.

Christmas Jars is a mystery, a romance, a holiday story---a story that oozes with warmth, sweetness, and silly humor, even some outright sentimentality. Christmas Jars is full of people that are so delightfully kind and genuinely loving that you will wish they were in your family.

Yes, Christmas Jars is much like It's a Wonderful Life, but with a key difference. With Christmas Jars, you don't have to wait for an angel to appear in your life to feel better. You can take action and you can do it today. You can do it as small as you like, buying someone who looks a bit sad a coffee at Starbucks or you can leave your own Christmas jar filled with cash outside the door of someone down on their luck.

And don't think you have to wait a year to save up a jar of money. No, a kind word is enough. A door held for another person. A smile.

Yes, you are helping someone else. But you are also helping yourself.

Christmas Jars may be the perfect holiday story.

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Reading Progress

December 19, 2019 – Started Reading
January 1, 2020 – Shelved
January 1, 2020 – Finished Reading

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