- Audio CD
- Publisher: Blackstone Pub; Unabridged edition (16 October 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1982601159
- ISBN-13: 978-1982601157
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 3.2 x 17.1 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 290 g
- Customer Reviews: 61 customer ratings
Christmas Camp Audio CD – Audiobook, 16 October 2018
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About the Author
Karen Schaler is a three-time Emmy Award-winning storyteller, author, screenwriter, journalist and national TV host. She has written original screenplays for Netflix and Hallmark and Lifetime Christmas movies. Her travels to more than sixty-five countries as the creator and host of Travel Therapy TV inspired Christmas Camp. All of Karen's stories are uplifting, filled with heart and hope.
Ann Marie Gideon, an Earphones Award-winning narrator, is a professional actress based in Atlanta. She received a BFA in theater performance from the University of Memphis and trained at the Accademia dell'Arte in Arezzo, Italy. Throughout her college career, she gained professional experience by performing at Playhouse on the Square. Soon after, she toured across the country with the National Players and then landed in Atlanta, Georgia, with Georgia Shakespeare. She is now expanding her career into voice-over work, film, and television.
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Since she traveled a lot to visit her clients, she took pride in the fact that she never checked any bags, going with the philosophy that there were two kinds of luggage, carry-on and lost.
I enjoyed this mild and sweet holiday storyline of a female workaholic named Haley. The writing was insightful and finely tweaked with those humorous and thoughtful touches that kicked the narrative up from good to cleverly exceptional. The main character of Haley wasn’t exactly a grinch but a mild female version of Scrooge. She was exceptionally driven and prone to be selfish and thoughtless in what she said and did in her eagerness to get accounts and make partner. She worked all the time and didn’t make time to relax, date, or socialize outside of work. She wasn’t vile, just obnoxiously ambitious and work-obsessed. Her boss staged a covet intervention as “a holiday attitude adjustment,” by sending her to “Christmas Camp,” an inn with traditional activities geared to bring families together during the holidays. This is one of those rare books that is chaste enough for my elderly mother’s Sunday School book club and Hallmark Channel wholesome, yet still entertaining to me. My favorite character in the story was the exceptionally clever Max - the Wonder Dog, whom I believe was largely responsible for Haley’s transformation.
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There’s really not much else I can say. I could babble incoherently, in all-caps and copious amounts of exclamation points to try and get my point across, which I’ll admit... I’m very tempted to do.
From start to finish, Christmas Camp left me with the warm and fuzzies. I was smiling with every word I read, and I was left smiling all day when I had to Adult and put the book down.
This is the Christmas book I’m probably going to end up recommending the most. It was exceptional.
Jeff want to his father, Ben to move to the city and sell his inn. He want this to be the last Christmas Camp. Will his father sell? Great story.
This was supposed to be a gift. It's like it didn't get cut out right, and was placed sloppily on the book.
The h/H couple has potential, but sometimes they act like toddlers instead of professionals.