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It began with The Christmas Box, a humble story about a caretaker and his family who befriend a lonely widow at Christmas time. In The Christmas Box Miracle, author Richard Paul Evans offers the back story, showing us how his self- published book became a runaway bestseller. We first meet the author as a young boy, learning about the family and faith that led him to become such as reliable and unpretentious narrator. As it turns out, Evans grew up in a Mormon household amongst a band of taunting brothers and a few childhood ghosts. His mother lost a stillborn daughter when Evans was a toddler. She also suffered from severe depression and suicidal tendencies. This backdrop helps us understand Evans's dedication to bring healing and hope to life. More than a publishing success story, The Christmas Box Miracle speaks about Evans's ability to change readers' lives and foster miracle after miracle. Fans of Evans already know to pull out their handkerchiefs. --Gail Hudson
Evans recounts the spiritual quest that led to his writing The Christmas Box.
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it certainly led me to the other books in the series and I have recommended it to others. Love the Parkins.Published on Jan. 18 2013 by Jane Broadbent
I enjoyed evey part of the Music Box Miracle.
The spiritaul part is so very realistic and makes
so much sence. Read more
Even if you haven't read "The Christmas Box," and don't know what it's about you should read "The Christmas Box Miracle! Read morePublished on Dec 24 2003 by AlettaJohnson
I couldn't put the book down. Richard takes you on self-publishing journey that anyone who has self-published can relate to. I have to admit the book made me laugh and cry. Read morePublished on June 6 2003 by Lisa Umina
I read the Christmas Box trilogy and just felt there was something magical in this story and the writing. Read morePublished on June 27 2002 by Jacque Stiles
I have books that I can easily let go. This one I will keep.Published on June 12 2002 by antolin muniz
First of all i really loved the christmas box and the other 2 novels that continue the tale but I think it is time to let the christmas box go. Read morePublished on April 17 2002 by a reader
I got this for Christmas. My mom picked it up thinking it was a Christmas book, but after reading it I realized it was a religion book. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2002 by Erika Sorocco
I want to thank Mr. Evans for another wonderful book. I lost my 16 year old daughter on August 25th, 2001. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2001