Christmas Giveaway!

A Christmassy picture showing a 'Merry Christmas' message

Firstly, let me wish you all a very Merry Christmas and I hope you’re enjoying celebrating with family and friends, or on your own. Whether Christian or not, it’s impossible to ignore the significance of Jesus of Nazareth, who has shaped so much of our history over the last two thousand years.

And suddenly a voice came from heaven, saying, “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” (Matthew 3:17)

As a thank you for being a part of my life this year I’m going to give away three paperback copies of my book The Philosophy of a Mad Man. I would like to give you all a copy but I think the postage costs would be more than I can presently afford.

To find out all about the book, click here.

So I guess we need some kind of competition question. Let’s have a bit of festive fun. To enter, write a four line poem with a Christmas theme and post it in the comments. I will pick my three favourites and the writer of each will each win a copy of the book. I will post the book to you, wherever you are in the world 🙂

The competition will be open until the end of the year.

*****UPDATE: The competition is now closed, to see who won watch the video at the bottom of this post*****

As they say about scary fairground rides; Don’t be shy, give it a try!

↓ Submit your poem below! ↓

17 Comments on “Christmas Giveaway!

    • Haha, no worries, Lynn 🙂 It’s just a bit of fun, for the purposes of this competion, there’s no such thing as a bad poem! But don’t worry – I’ll consider your comment a competition entry 🙂 Merry Christmas!!


  1. Joseph and Mary to Bethlehem went.
    There she gave birth to Jesus who was sent.
    The King of Heaven came to earth;
    To pay the price for our new birth.

    The above poem is based on Luke 2:1-7, which is the heart of Christmas.
    Have a joyous and happy Christmas and celebrate the coming of the King.

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  2. Thanks for the opportunity Steven, here is a poem on the The Magi

    Learned yes, wise pra’ps not
    For they went to the palace and not the manger cot
    A king they sought, and two kings they met
    But it was with babe king that their needs were met.

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  3. An humble birth in a feeding trough
    Our King’s beginning was small
    Yet he overcame sin and death
    A defeat which conquered all.

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