Tuesday, September 3, 2013

From a Distance & Rocky Mtn Chocolate GIVEAWAY

Three readers will each receive a copy of From a Distance, Timber Ridge Reflections book 1, plus delicious Rocky Mountain Chocolate to enjoy as they read... 



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You receive 10 EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN each time you post an online review of one of my books. Because––like chocolate (and yes, Southern biscuits too!)––"word of mouth" marketing is still the best there is.



About From a Distance


Determined to become one of the country's premier newspaper photographers, Elizabeth Westbrook travels to the Colorado Territory to capture the grandeur of the mountains surrounding the remote town of Timber Ridge. She hopes, too, that the cool, dry air of Colorado, and its renowned hot springs, will cure the mysterious illness that threatens her career, and her life.

Daniel Ranslett, a former Confederate sharpshooter, is a man shackled by his past, and he'll do anything to protect his land, and his solitude. When an outspoken Yankee photographer captures an image that appears key to solving a murder, putting herself in danger, Daniel is called upon to repay a debt. He's a man of his word, but repaying that debt could bring secrets from his past to light.

Forced on a perilous journey together, Daniel and Elizabeth's lives intertwine in ways neither could have imagined when first they met . . . from a distance.



Best wishes, and with all the books out there to read, thanks for choosing to read mine…

109 comments:

  1. I am Jayne Jageler. I can't wait to read this book. The chocolate will be shared with my family. My husband and his family are from Greeley, Colorado. I love visiting Co. Someday maybe we will retire to Co.

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  2. Sounds like a book I would enjoy!

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  3. Right now I am reading Whisper Her Name and I LOVE IT!!! It sounds as though From a Distance is going to be a wonderful book as well! I'm so excited!!!! I would love to taste the chocolate, too! What a blessing it would be to a winner!!

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  4. Would love to read this! Sounds like a good book!

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  5. I'd love to time travel to 1870's Colorado Springs -- like in Dr. Quinn! Thank you for the giveaway! :)

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  6. Looks like from the cover of the book this is going to be a good one....thats what catches my eye when i am looking for a book!!!

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  7. Hmn..tough question..There are so many interesting opportunities! Perhaps during the Revolutionary War..No, wait! I would go back and visit Beatrix Potter..Or, better yet, maybe go back to when my ancestors first came to America( some around 1850[We discovered that our ancestors had lived in the same house that we rented for 15 yrs..and we could trace them all the way back and we found pictures!..Our cousin that does geanolgy also traced our family line back to their European homeland)]) That would be absolutely unforgettable. But, I think that most of all, that I want to go back and meet my Grandmother. It may sound silly, but there you have it. I(and my sister and a brother) inherited our singing voices from she and my other grandma(who is still living). I am aching to hear her sing, therefore, I cannot wait 'til I see her up in Heaven. She passed away from cancer a year before I was born. Shortly after my brother Stephen got saved, he grew very concerned for my grandma, who was Catholic. So, my Mom called her and expressed Stephen's concern for her salvation..She was touched and during her last days my Mom asked her if she knew that she died today would she go to heaven. My grandma confirmed and her priest marveled and said that was the only Catholic person he'd met that was sure that they were going to heaven..:) My grandma sang for church, weddings, and other occasions and I am following in her footsteps, if at first unwittingly. From what I have been told, she had a powerhouse of a voice. Unfortunately, there is not a good recording of it, otherwise, I would have listend to it overe and over by now... I have a feeling that my grandma & I would be kindred spirits..I aim to make her proud and glorify God with all that is within me. Thank you for the opportunity to share. All of your books have brought me so much pleasure and spiritual enrichment. My Mom just picked up my copy of A Lasting Impression and started reading it..I'm thinking that she will like it.I just gathered some books to give to one of my friends at school and I passed that one up because I could not possibly bear to part with it..Your books are a blessing to me. Thank you for the giveaway! ~ Jules

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    1. Hey Jules! LOVED that you shared all that. And I look forward to meeting your precious grandmother when we all get Home one day. And singing! I love to sing, especially about Him. Thanks for reading and for your kind words.

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  8. Keep the great books coming Tamara. I would love to read and review From A Distance. My favorite food is of course chocolate. :)

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  9. Love to go to the time of Colonial America...just love the way they dressed back then

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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    1. Ha! "the way they dressed back then." Made me smile! ; )

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  10. I think the era around the American Revolution would have been very exciting. Dangerous maybe, but exciting. Did those founding fathers have any idea of the amazing country that would be formed?

    pattymh2000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. If I could time travel, my top choice destinations would be the American frontier in the late 1800s, and the British Isles almost any time from the Middle Ages through the Victorian era.

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  12. I think it would be fun to travel back to all the great dates and places in the world.I do especially love reading about the colonial and western time periods.

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  13. I would like to time travel to Japan in 1957 and see the Japan where my parents were stationed at the time of my birth. Their stories sound so interesting and I don't know if visiting today would be the same. :)

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  14. This is really hard. For personal fun I'd travel back to the 1890's and spend about 20 years exploring America. But I'd love to travel to the period of the novel I am writing now 1920-1921 and actually visit the places it is set so I could really paint the picture fully. I am a stickler for details (even figured out the position of the moon on a specific day). I also would love to visit some biblical times. I would love to meet Jeremiah and Nehemiah and Samuel. See Solomon dedicate the temple and of course meet Jesus.

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    1. Very thoughtful answer. Love that, Goshen!

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  15. Chocolate is awesome! Best if it comes from someone you love, just when you need it most! A sweet from your sweetheart is doubly delicious! Along with Love & Chocolate....a book to snuggle down with is ahhhh, so nice!

    mandn@wisper-wireless.com

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    1. I would love to travel back to my childhood....to my Grandma's side....to spend some days learning how to cook, crochet, play piano, etc....and sip tea with her!

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    2. Oh, wonderful. Love that.

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  16. I would so love to travel back in time to either the colonial or western time periods, love reading about those times. It would be incredible to spend time with some of those people!!

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  17. I would like to travel back to the wild west of the late 1800's! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I would like to travel back in time to West Virginia to see my parents when they were young and growing up. They were older when I was born and would love to have seen them earlier in life. I have read A LASTING IMPRESSION and TO WHISPER HER NAME, and would love to read FROM A DISTANCE. It would be delightful to win a copy and some chocolate too.
    Kaye Whitney
    kayewhitney@bellsouth.net

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    1. Thanks so much, Kaye and all, for reading. Appreciate y'all!

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  19. I'd love to travel to the old west, around the time the Oregon Trail pilgrimage was taking place. It would be so amazing to see how the landscape looked back then. I live in Wyoming and I'm sure the landscape has changed quite a bit since those days.

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  20. I think the Deep South. Maybe Atlanta in the 1850s. Before the civil war changed everything. I wouldn't like slavery, but I would love the old plantations!

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  21. I would love to return to Texas in the 1850's and meet my ancestors who moved there from Ireland. One of them, James McBride, was supposedly from Dublin. He was a sea captain for a Scottish ship line and settled in the port of Corpus Christi. That is about all that is known of his history. I would love to learn more! He sounds like a very interesting person.

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  22. I would have to go back to the Old West. Even though I wouldn't have the modern conveniences we have today I still don't believe I would ever want to leave . I love that time period so much. Today we get so easily distracted by everything out there, all the new gadgets and keeping up with everyone else. It would be so nice to just get away and not have to worry about it anymore. Keeping life simple. The Old West would give you a taste of simplicity, I would like that very much.

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  23. I would love to time travel back to where and when my Grandpa was a little boy. That was the early 1900s and in the mountains of VA.

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  24. Hmm, that's a tough one! I'd like the Victorian era I believe, but I'd be a bit touchy about which socioeconomic class I was in, or I would not see what I wanted to see!

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  25. I love your books and to be able to sit down and read one with some delicious chocolate....yummy! Can't get better than that!
    Debbie

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  26. If I were to travel back in time - to western times... I would go to the 1800s and meet a lady named Ellen Harmon. :)

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  27. I would like to travel back in time to the deep south. I would have loved to live on a plantation and wear the corseted dresses. Gone With the Wind is one of my all time favorite books.

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  28. I would love to travel back in time to the early days of the founding of Alaska. I've always wanted to travel to Alaska. What better treat for a girl to take with her than chocolate?

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  29. Cheri Schueller9/04/2013 12:15 PM

    There are so many times and places I would love to visit and explore. I can't help but think first of Israel about 2000ish years ago.

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  30. I'd love to time travel back to when Jesus was ministering on the earth!

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  31. The two people (not place) I would love to meet are either Jesus (of course) during His ministry and Henry VIII of England around the time of Anne Boleyn. Why? Simple,Jesus is well...Jesus. Henry VIII is well...Henry VIII. As a history nut even if I did not believe in Jesus (Oh, but I do!!!) historically speaking to see Him preach would be (no pun intended) Heaven! To find out who exactly Henry was as a man not a king/husband/womanizer/whatever you may call him and why he did things he did would be really cool!

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  32. I love reading time travel stories, but not sure I could choose a time to visit myself. All the "glamorous" times of history had their treacherous dangers as well unless you were born into wealth and could somehow escape, but then you had illness to contend with. For sake of argument, I'd go back to Scotland where my ancestors came from before the Campbells ran them out! Unless I could go to Thornfield as Jane!

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    1. "…go to Thornfield as Jane." LOL. Loved that, Lois!

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  33. If I could time travel, I think I'd just take a short trip to back when I was growing up. After a tough day at work today, I think it would be neat to go back in time to play with my Barbies--before my little brother tore off Barbie's head--and tell my mom how much I love her. She passed away just a year ago this month and I miss her.

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    1. Oh, I know the pain of missing your mom. Praying for you now, friend. And…for what it's worth, I often whisper to my mom that I love her and miss her. The Bible says in Revelation that the saints there are praying for those of us still here on earth, and that they're aware of some of the events here (to what extent, I don't know). As a friend said to me recently, "I'm not sure if they can hear us or not, so I just ask Jesus to please tell them for me." I loved that.

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  34. I can't wait to read it. Sounds Interesting!

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  35. I love reading about the old west, so that is what I'd choose. Modern life has cheated us out of living our Christian lives the way they they did back then we usually only do smaller things in our everyday lives. Now we send a check & let others do the work. We rush in & out of our churches not stay & visit for get togethers. We don't rush to our neighbors to help them through a crisis because we're too busy . I would love to live in any mountainous western area where people demonstrate God's grace through the work of their hands and spiritual and emotional support when they saw a need and they all pulled together to meet it.

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    1. Great thoughts, and good encouragement to make a difference where we are, in every life we meet. Thanks, friend.

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  36. Some of my favorite books are from the Colorado historical fiction group. Of course, since my daughter lives in Colorado, I have a great time visiting in the area around Denver, Boulder, and Estes Park. I had a tasty treat from the candy shoppe there. Thanks for writing such great books for us to enjoy!

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  37. I'm enjoying reading your comments SO MUCH. Thanks for being so thoughtful in your answers. I've always been fascinated with the thought of time travel, and would love to someday write a dual storyline type of novel. Blessings, friends.

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  38. I would like to go to Norway, both of my grandparents on my Dad's side of the family came over from there when they were young. I think it would be a beautiful place to travel back to.

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  39. Ok back in time... it is really funny you ask that because I am constantly talking about how the Lord new there was NO WAY I could live at any other time because I am such a big baby. But since you are forcing me to choose I would have to go back in the time of the travel westward. The faith needed to sell almost everything of value and load everything else into the back of a wagon and start walking. It was a terrifying time, but I think the dream of the adventure would have been too much for me to ignore. Great question!
    erinzachjj@gmail.com

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  41. Thank you for offering such a fabulous giveaway! Books and chocolate were made for each other--and for me : )

    I grew up in a western-loving household. My whole family would gather together to watch great TV westerns like Bonanza, Gunsmoke, The Big Valley, Rawhide, High Chaparral, Wagon Train, Maverick, Cheyenne, and so many more! Later on, I loved Cimarron Strip, Paradise, Bordertown, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. I am a Prairie Woman at heart. My favorite era in history is the mid to late 1800′s. I feel as though I could set my birth date back 100 years and not lose my stride. So much occurred during a relatively short period of time. Changes to technology, transportation, communications, social mores, religion, fashions, science and medicine, literature, art and entertainment. The American Civil War and its long-lasting aftereffects. The glory and grit of the American Old West. A very rich and revolutionary period in history.

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  42. Esther M Miller9/05/2013 9:35 AM

    Hi I love traveling I was in Israel and walked where Jesus walked I would want to go back and take in more it brings the Bible to live! A good book,chocolate and coffee make a good evening!

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  43. I would love to go back to the 50's and 60's when I was a little girl with no worries or responsibilities.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    Janet E.
    von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I'm reading through the Little House books, this time with my children, and I love reading about how they worked hard and played hard. So covered wagon days it is for me!

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  45. Time travel would be so amazing. It's hard to choose an era, though. I think I'd really like to go back in the days when Caesar Augustus put out a decree that all the world should be taxed...and I'd like to be there in Bethlehem that night when the angels sang to the shepherds. I'd like to go with them to the stable and meet the Baby Jesus for myself. Wouldn't that be something!

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  46. Absolutely love your writing Tamera!! Have had my eyes on this series for quite some time. Hope I get to it soon!!

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  47. I would love to time travel to the Holy Land during the time Christ walked on earth. I would follow Him around like a little puppy, watching the miracles He performed, talking with Him & the other bible characters, feeling His love & grace, worshiping at His feet.

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. Would like to visit the gold rush in California

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  49. I would have loved to travel with Lewis & Clark to discover the West. Unseen territory and who knew what. It would have been an amazing adventure.
    I grew up in Colorado near Bent's Fort and know all about the history of that area on the Santa Fe Trail.
    JWIsley(at)aol(dot)com

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  50. I'd like to go to the Victorian times and live in New York. I'd have to be rich though.

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  51. I'd like to time travel to the days of the Opening of The Old West...of course life was very hadrd for women in those times but I've always enjoyed stories about the Old West.

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  52. Probably the Victorian era! I used to think I would've enjoyed being a pioneer, but now it seems like a lot of hard and lonely.

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  53. I think I'm like everybody else, hard to really pick a particular time. I think I'd like to skip around here and there. The Sermon on the Mount, times before the advent of technology (when things were quieter..LOL), time of great musical events/concerts (music is a big passion of mine), to see the actual events when Elijah took on the prophets of Baal...can you imagine how awesome that would've been!, the RESURRECTION!!!! I imagine I could go on and on.

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  54. Molly Loggins9/10/2013 12:46 PM

    Okay! At this moment, I would like to experience colonial Williamsburg times!!

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  55. Marguerite B. Time Travel to meet General Joshua Chamberlain from Maine - the hero of Little Big Top. Then I could see the action as a woman might write it. As you may know women were not allowed in the Military Academy's until around 1984 except for Norwich University, Military College of Vermont.

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  56. I think I would like to go to Europe & just for one day dress in dome of those beautiful dresses

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  57. What a wonderful combo of a good book and chocolate. Would love to win.

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  58. The Oregon Trail...I would like to have been tough enough to survive but feminine enough to earn the love of perhaps a Trail Guide...loved playing the PC Game Oregon Trail with my children. You learn a lot about edible and poisonous plants, how to hunt, what to carry with you, how to trade, and of course the history. I especially like your books, Tamera, thanks for the chance to win one along with my favorite treat, chocolate!

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  59. I love historical type books. I guess because that's the job I do. Genealogical research. So it's in my blood. I would love to win this wonderful sounding book!

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  60. Really Enjoy your books. Can't wait for this one to come out!

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  61. 1870's Colorado territory, Timber Ridge where you planted your characters and brought them together with their different stories. I was swept away in each family and would love to go back there and be among them for an extended vacation to share in some of the settling, picnics, etc. :)

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  62. I think I would go with the Wild West but I don't know if I could take all the excitement of it for very long. Also I would like to go back to the early 1900's of America and see what it was like for my grandparents in their day. I think that we have it too easy today compared with earlier times! No one has time for anyone else anymore. Everyone is so busy and yet everything is much easier than it used to be. Donna d.brookmyer@yahoo.com

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  63. I prefer the historic inspirational novels, but also like to read current inspirationa. novels.

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  64. I would love to be able to go back to the days when Jesus walked this earth. To hang with the women who traveled with Jesus, serving Him, watching Him minister, their lives forever changed. (Second best time to be alive is the day Jesus calls us home in the rapture!)

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  65. Thank you for the giveaway! I have enjoyed reading each of your books that I have gotten my hands on so far. I am looking forward to reading this one too!

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  66. Where, oh, where would I like to travel BACK to?!?!?! Let's see, maybe the 1870's to Colorado Springs ~ all I know if I'm traveling back to where there's NO air conditioning I want to live where it's cooler & less humitiy!!
    I love to read your books, by the way, because I can travel back in time & STILL be in the comforts of today!!

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  67. Cathie McElwee9/10/2013 4:21 PM

    Your books have always been a joy for me to read. With the addition of Rocky Mountain Chocolate, a cup of coffee and your latest book, I just might think that I died and have gone to Heaven!

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  68. There are so many places I would love to visit. One place I really think would be cool to visit is Alaska. I went there when I was about 2 years old but I don't remember anything about it! So, like I said, I would love to go back there.
    - Leah

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  69. I think I would like to go back in time to the 1930 & 1940's. My parents were young & I would like to see what it was like for them growing up in Ohio and West Virginia.

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  70. I would like to travel back to late 1800's in Eastern Pennsylvania to see what life was like for my ancestors

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  71. Love the time period these books are set in.

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  72. Oh my, that is a difficult question! I love the mid 1800's to early 1900's (Pre-Civil War to Pre-WWI). That would probably be when I would visit. There is so much that fascinates me about that time. There was so much progress made! I have never been fond of the "Roaring 20's", but I am becoming more interested in it. The time during WWII is intriguing! They were truly the greatest generation! Each era has its own unique qualities, and I think there is so much we could learn from them. Anyway...like I said that is a really tough question for me! :)

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  73. I enjoy reading your books and I would love to own this novel of yours. I enjoy having an author that I can read without the language and crude things in it that I have found with some other authors I have read. Thank you so much. I also love books set in the early 1900s and earlier.

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  74. First of all, I love your books! Keep up the great work. There are so many time periods I would love to visit. One of the many would be WWII. Even though it was a terrible time of loss, I love that the whole country got involved to support the war effort. Women did everything from raising victory gardens, to donating scrap metal, to working in factories, to serving overseas as nurses. Men served in the military and on the homefront. Many giving their lives to preserve our freedom and secure the freedom of others. It would be amazing to meet some of these brave people. I would also enjoy wearing a fabulous 1940s style dress and dancing to the music of the Glenn Miller Band. :)

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  75. I'd love to visit Bible times, specifically Jerusalem. Too bad they had no working toilets...

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  76. I'd like to go spend a day in Victorian England.

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  77. I would choose the Oregon Trail or the Alaskan Gold Rush. Of course I would want to take my heat and air conditioning with me!!

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  78. I think I would go to early 20th century England (or America)! The clothes were AWESOME! And there is something missing now with gentlemen and ladies, and manners, and dinner parties, and all...sigh...

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  79. I would like to go back to the 1600's, to Switzerland, where my ancestors are from. It would be such an enlightening experience to see how they lived back then.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. Either medieval Scotland or 1800's England!

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  81. For a long time I have longed to walk with Jesus in biblical days...to witness some of the events of the bible in person. I have day dreams of seeing first hand some of the events of the bible...especially the ones that involved Jesus.....standing in the crowd off to the side but still being able to see.

    Ps- you were immediately added to my list of fav authors after I read From A Distance but I would love to read again with chocolate in hand. I'm also going to read the rest of the series but got side tracked cuz I read To Whisper Her Name first :)

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  82. I would just like to go back to early 1960s and spending fun times with my grandparents.

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  83. I'd love to go back to when the west was wild & cowboys ruled. would love to live in a log cabin in the Rockies with horses & cattle roaming free on the range. Love Rocky Mountain Chocolate. Used to be able to get it in Indiana but most of the stores have closed & South Bend Chocolate Factory now dominates.

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  84. I've read this book... I have to say, once I read it I was thrilled that there was a second book to follow it up. The characters are so well rounded, I had to keep reminding myself that they weren't real!

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  85. Where you would most like to time travel? Didn’t think this would be so hard to answer. I would travel back to my childhood so that I can visit all my family once more.

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  86. I so would love to win. It has been some time since I reviewed one of your books. I also share them to get authors know.

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  87. I have read several of your books but need to read the others. I will add that to my bucket list. Nothing is more relaxing than sitting in my hammock with a good Christian fiction novel by a great writer. Absolutely wonderful!

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  88. If I could time travel.... That is quite a question. The musician in me would love to go back in time and hear the great composers perform their own works.
    I really enjoyed reading your book Lasting Impression and I'm looking forward to reading more of your works.

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  89. I would love to try 12th century Europe, just cos I know so little about it I think it would be really interesting to experience!!

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  90. I'd love to travel back in time to meet my Scottish ancestry. I know that my father was a descendant of Robert the Bruce but I would love to learn more about the different family connections and such.

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  91. What more could a woman want than a great Tamera Alexander book and chocolate!?!? What a perfect combination. Thanks for the great read in To Whisper Her Name and I can't wait to get my hands on A Beauty So Rare. Thanks for the opportunity hope you have a blessed day.

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  92. After a recent family vacation to colorado the thought of being able to travel in time to the 1800's is very appealing. My daughter and I enjoy reading your books. As the mother of teenage girls I love sharing the history coupled with good character developing stories. Thank you for sharing your talent and of course your chocolate too!

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  93. I'm really glad I "discovered" you recently! I still have several of yours I my TBR list...all enjoyed more with some dark chocolate close by.
    sandra aka anonymous because I don't understand any of the other options

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  94. I am a lover of ALL THINGS CHOCOLATE~ It's in my German-Polish blood and boy am I ever glad. I NEED CHOCOLATE NOW!

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  95. LOVE reading through these comments, friends. I wish we could go on some of these journeys together, and appreciate you sharing them with me! Only another hour or so to go for the giveaway. Thanks so much entering and I'll post the winners tomorrow here and on Facebook!

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  96. Oh, gosh, I would love to visit two eras/places. I would love to visit Victorian England to see all the fine houses and beautiful gowns of the titled masses. Then because my family has Scottish roots I would love to visit Scotland. I've always really wanted to see Scotland and Ireland. *sigh*

    winterrose(at)comcast(dot)net

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