Berkley Bookmas! Christmas with Christine Feehan


Vampire Book Club is excited to participate in Berkley Bookmas and we’re hosting Christine Feehan today and she’s ready to infuse everyone with the Christmas spirit. I had a chance to hang out with Christine for a bit at NOLA StoryCon, and she’s a blast. This post just made me wish I could go to a Christmas party with her! (You’ll see why…)

Berkley Bookmas is chock full of exclusive content from authors like exclusive excerpts, deleted scenes, author recipes and more! Check out the calendar of events at the end of this post along with a pretty excellent giveaway.

Berkley Bookmas at Vampire Book Club

Christmas with Christine Feehan

We take Christmas very seriously in my house! I have four Christmas trees.

The tree in the kitchen is for my grandchildren, but started with my darling little Shylah’s suggestion. It was 2 feet tall when we started and it is 6 feet tall now! All of my grandchildren help to decorate this tree and it warms my heart to see it.

Christine Feehan's Christmas Tree Decorating // VBC

This is the I-spy tree. We have so much fun playing I-spy, looking for certain ornaments with the children. This tree is located in the living room with a train that circles around its base.

Christine Feehan's Christmas Tree 2 // VBC Christine Feehan's Christmas Tree 3 // VBC

This is my beautiful peacock tree and I absolutely love it! I love peacocks and peacock colors. This is located downstairs in the rec room and it’s the tree we put all the gifts under.

Christine Feehan's Peacock Tree // VBC

My Favorite Holiday Memory

I have so many wonderful holiday memories, but the one that stands out and really makes me happy happened many years ago when my brothers and sisters and I were all children. My Mom was always very good at guessing what we got her each year, so one year my Dad, who was quite the prankster, put weights in her gift boxes, to weigh down the presents and made each box the same exact size to thwart her attempts to guess what they were by simply lifting them and shaking. That year we caught her late at night checking out the gift boxes when she thought we were all asleep. She got busted! Dad made all of us kids take turns guarding the gifts so Mom couldn’t check out what she got ahead of time.

Favorite Holiday Ornament

My Mom gave me my very first set of Christmas ornaments. They were a set of early Enesco ornaments and even after all of this time a few of them have survived numerous moves, children and grandchildren. I also love the ornaments that my readers send to me. I have received ornaments from all over the world and those are very special to me.

Judgment Road by Christine Feehan // VBCFavorite Holiday Tradition

By far, my favorite holiday tradition is playing I-spy with my grandchildren. We gather around the I-spy tree looking for specific ornaments as part of our game.

Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 60 novels. Her next novel, Judgment Road, begins the Torpedo Ink series about a motorcycle club of men and women who were trained from childhood to be the perfect assassins. Christine has received numerous honors throughout her career, including a Career Achievement Award from RT Book Reviews and the Borders Lifetime Achievement Award. She lives in northern California. Readers can connect with her online at christinefeehan.com, facebook.com/christinefeehanauthor, twitter.com/AuthorCFeehan, and instagram.com/authorcfeehan.


One winner will receive a $100 Visa gift card and one book from each of the authors participating in Berkley Bookmas. It’s very cool. It’s also a tour-wide giveaway. Head over to the official entry page to sign up, and good luck!


For tomorrow’s fun, head to one of the following blogs:

Or view the whole schedule by clicking the graphic below (to make it bigger and easier to read):

Berkley Bookmas Calendar // VBC

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