Monday, July 15, 2013

One for you! And one for a friend!



Revealed, book 2 in Fountain Creek Chronicles

It's time for another giveaway…



And yes, you're seeing double. But for a good reason. Summers are for reading, and for sharing what you're reading.

So I'm giving away two copies of Revealed, the second book in the Fountain Creek Chronicles series. One for you, and one to share with a friend who's never "read me" before.

As we all know, word of mouth is still - hands down - the best marketing tool there is. I'd rather have a personal recommendation from someone I know and trust than tons of others from those I don't. And I appreciate all the word of mouth you have given my books. It's so encouraging!


Just click the link below to enter. The only mandatory "to do" is that 

1) you must leave a comment on this blog post telling me what book you read last that you loved, 

and 2) YOU MUST CLICK THE I COMMENTED" LINK in the Rafflecopter box after you comment to be included. 

All the other entry chances are optional. 

So do as much, or as little, as you wish! And if you choose to post a pic on my FB page, know I'll be thrilled!

I hear some of you asking, "Will you mail the second book to my friend, too?" Absolutely, I will. I'll mail you your copy, then a separate copy to the friend of your choice (who must have a USA mailing address, too).



ONLY USA MAILING ADDRESSES

Giveaway ends July 23 12:00AM Central


And not to worry if you haven't read Rekindled, book 1. Each of the books in the Fountain Creek Chronicles are stand alone novels, meaning they each contain a complete story in and of themselves.

But! If you want a chance to win a copy of Rekindled, hop over to Goodreads before July 20 and enter to win a free copy.






Remember, to be entered:

1) Leave a comment on this blog post telling me what book you read last that you loved, and 

2)  CLICK THE I COMMENTED" LINK in the Rafflecopter box 

And you're done! 

Wishing you the best!

Tammy

162 comments:

  1. I would love to win a double copy! Rekindled made me fall in love with your writing!

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  2. Yay! Another awesome giveaway!! I agree with Hannah. The Fountain Creek Chronicles were wonderful. I picked up the omnibus at the library and fell in love!

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    1. That omnibus is HUGE, isn't it!? Weighs about 11 lbs! ; )

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  3. I read A Lasting Impression in preparation of your appearance at 2012? WV Book Festival. I enjoyed it. I would love to share Rekindled with a "sister" at church.

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  4. I have already entered on Goodreads to win Rekindled. I would love to win Revealed also! I enjoy reading!!

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  5. I would love to win a copy of Revealed for myself and a friend! I know just that friend too! She is secretary of our church and loves to read just as much as I do!

    Blessings!

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  6. Thank you Ms Alexander, for all your wonderful novels, which I have read. And thank God for your talent in writing them. I am waiting for the next one. My name is Joyce Stewart and I would love top share this book with my sister, whose husband is battling cancer at this time. She needs your inspiration.

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    1. Bless you, Joyce, and praying for your sister's husband. Such a hard road. Praying for healing and strength.

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  7. The last book that I read and loved was Finding the Dream by Nora Roberts. I liked how she made you feel like you were a part of the story and were friends with the characters. Thank you for the chance to win.

    griperang at embarqmail dot com

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  8. I love your books and would love to win and give them away to others so they can see what a great author you are. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  9. I am reading To Whisper Her Name and can't wait to finish it ! I would love to win Two copies of Rekindled. I would share with my Daughter, Mother-in-law, and a few other friends. We love passing around books we enjoyed!

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  10. Amanda Lauderman7/16/2013 9:00 AM

    The last books I've read where To Whisper Her Name (it took me back in history, I loved it!) and Catching Katie by Robin Lee Hatcher. I have read every book by both of you that I can find and am never disappointed. I am starting to get my mom hooked on your writing so winning two copies would be wonderful.

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  11. I read Rekindled and would love to read Revealed! I love your writings. I just finished Blowing on Dandelions by Miralee Ferrell. I was able to relate in so many ways to that story. Thank you Tamera.

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  12. Susan Johnson7/16/2013 9:11 AM

    I just finished the "Never the Bride" series by Sandra Bricker. I love Christian fiction and would love to win this book.

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  13. This is a great giveaway! I'm in the midst of A Lasting Impression right now. I'd love to win a copy for a friend of any of your books :-)

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  14. The last book I read and loved was "The Unveiling". I have been looking forward to reading Rekindled and Revealed! :)

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  15. Megan Wilson7/16/2013 9:16 AM

    I recently finished Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer (hope I spelled her last name correct). It was excellent!

    I love Christian fiction and would love a copy of this book. :)

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    1. Isn't that a GREAT story, Megan? I loved it too!

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  16. Megan Wilson7/16/2013 9:23 AM

    I tried to get the specific url, but all it kept giving me was my fb profile... :/ hopefully that still counts.

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  17. I would love to win a copy for myself and my sister. Thanks!
    Sarah Francis sarahpianist@yahoo.com

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  18. The last book I read and liked was "The Redemption" by M.L. Tyndall. I liked it because of the premise of the pirate who became a Christian, the romance, and the suspense.. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. The last book I finished that I really loved was your book The Inheritance. I read the library's copy, and mine just came in the mail yesterday. Right now I've finally caved to pressure from my sisters and have picked up reading the Harry Potter series and am thoroughly enjoying it. Rekindled was my second favorite book of yours, and I'd love to read Revealed.

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  20. The Elite by Kiera Cass. It was a teen fiction cross between Hunger Games and the Bachelor but I really enjoyed it!

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  21. The last one that I read and liked was The Heiresses Homecoming by Regina Scott.

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  22. kristina frederick7/16/2013 9:33 AM

    I would love this for my sister as well. she is my best friend. my favorite book I've read lately is to whisper her name.

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  23. I have just recently 'discovered' you and your books and I love each one. I love to read Christian fiction and especially historical fiction. I read a lot and can't wait for the next books to arrive. Thank you for offering this option.

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  24. Hi Tamera, I'd love to be entered in your drawing. I really enjoyed To Whisper Her Name. And would love to find more of y0ur books to enjoy as well. THANKS! SARAH

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  25. The last really good book I read (last week) was 5 Day's in Skye by Carla Laureano (a new Author with David C. Cook) It's only $2.51 on Kindle right now if anyone is interested.

    http://amzn.to/190MxhC

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    1. Thanks, Kristen; I love getting recommendations on new authors!

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  26. Connie Brown7/16/2013 10:12 AM

    The last book of yours I read was "The Inheritance" but the last book I read was "Priscilla Hires a Husband" by Loree Lough. I'm just getting started in Steven James' "The King". I would love to read "Revealed". "Rekindled" looks familiar I may have read it. I read so many books I sometimes lose titles. I read voraciously. Thanks. I would give my second copy to my church library to spread the love.

    imabrassy1@yahoo.com

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  27. The last book I read was To Whisper Her Name! I loved it, and gave it five stars! I just finished it on Friday, and plan on writing my review today. It was SO GOOD! I love the history, the characters, the setting, and the top notch writing. Thank you, Tamera! :)

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  28. I just finished "Love at First Sight" by Nicholas Sparks. But my favorites from my summer readings are "tTo Whisper Her Name" by Tamera Alexander and "Echoes of Titanic"by Mindy Starns Clark.

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  29. Jessica Jorn7/16/2013 10:40 AM

    The latest book that I read which I really enjoyed was The Deposit Slip by Todd M. Johnson. I have read many of your books and am looking forward to your latest release, too!

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  30. The last book I read that I loved was PEARL IN THE SAND by Tessa Afshar. Story of Rahab and Salmone (her spelling) parents of Boaz. Beautifully written.

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  31. I finished reading Fancy Pants by Cathy Marie Hake last week on vacation and loved it! Thank you for the opportunity to win Revealed!

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  32. I finished reading The Healing by Wanda E Brunstetter! and loved it!! Would love to win Revealed!!

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  33. I loved Rekindled, and I'd love a chance to win the next Fountain Creek book. Thanks for the opportunity for me AND a friend!

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  34. iam reading Onasiss women seems likde a good book !! learning about his life! thanks hope to win for myself and my friend!
    jackie anderson morris -morris.jackie49@yahoo.com

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  35. Wow! Revealed was probably the first book I read written by you. No need to add, I am addicted now to the rest of them. The book I read last and loved very much was "George Muller" by Janet and Geoff Benge. Was that a read! Beside the Bible it may well be the next book to influence my life beyond recognition.

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  36. I would love to win this book.

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  37. I have read so many books so far... and can't remember, right now, which were my favorite...

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  38. The last book I read, and it was very good was "The Tapestry" by Maryann Minatra.
    I love your books!!!

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  39. I just finished The Guardian by Beverly Lewis.
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  40. The last book I loved was Denise Hildreth's "Secrets Over Sweet Tea."

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  41. Hi again, posted my picture on the FB page...I hope I get these FB url's right ;-)

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  42. I would love to be enter in one for you and one for a friend.

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  43. The last book I finished? A bride in the Bargain, by Deeanne Gist. I loved that book. I hated finishing it though, because it felt like I was losing some of my dearest friends!!

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    1. So agree, Bailey! Dee's a great writer!

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  44. I jut finished Widow of Gettysburg and thoroughly enjoyed. Love historical romances.

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  45. The last book I read was called My Darling Melissa by Linda Lael Miller. I don't think I've ever read one of your books, but I'd love to start! :)

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  46. A Bride for All Seasons by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, and Robin Lee Hatcher ~ The Mail-Order Bride Collection of 4 novellas ~ fun, open communication, family joining. Excellent reads.
    Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House
    lanehillhouse[at]centurylink[dot]net

    and... Willow Springs ~ how did I ever miss this one!! I win, and you'll find out why!

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  47. I just finished Sushi for One? by Camy Tang. L♥ved it.

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  48. Loved Rekindled. I would love to win Revealed also! I love to read!!

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  49. Loved Home Run. Great spiritual book!
    Blessings
    joeym11@frontier.com

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  50. Tamera, you're a great author! I would love to be entered and a friend entered in your contest. Thank you for sharing.
    Barbara Thompson
    barbmaci61(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  51. Thirty-Two Going on Spinster by Becky Monson. It’s a chick lit novel that was totally hilarious and clean too! That’s a hard thing for authors to accomplish these days. This is Becky’s first novel and I cannot wait for her next one to come out.

    Looking forward to reading “Revealed.” Your novels are fabulous.

    All the best.

    Connie Fischer
    conniecape@aol.com

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  52. The last book I read was Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury and I loved the book. I guess this was made into a movie too but haven't seen it. The book was full of unexpected turns and twists and I couldn't wait to see how it ended. This book Revealed is the kind of books I love to read. Would really enjoy receiving a free copy. Thank you. Linda llbarna@windstream.net

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  53. The last book I read was Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck. My sister and I are avid readers, and it would be amazing to win one for both of us! :D

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  54. The last book I read was: The Key Is Love: My Mother's Wisdom, A Daughter's Gratitude, by Marie Osmond - good book with some wise advice left by her mother.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a set of your books, if I win - I will give one of the books to my best friend who lost her job, suffers from numerous health issues, & reads constantly. Neither of us have read any of your books & when either of us find an author whose books we enjoy, will tend to read every book that author has written.

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  55. A Most Peculiar Circumstance Jen Turano--Thanks for the chance to win. I really enjoy your books.

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  56. My favorite summer read so far is Not by Sight by Kathy Herman. I have a long list still. Of course, I want to read more of yours. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  57. Carla Sankuer7/16/2013 3:12 PM

    I love your books but haven't read any of this series! The last book I read and loved was A Change of Fortune by Jen Turano. What a good story and fun to read!

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  58. I just finished Valeria's Cross by Kathi Macias & Susan Wales. I thought the writing style was very young, but the story itself was very good. An easy read.

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  59. I just finished reading Unbroken for my book club. Never, when I started reading this book about WWII and an American POV did I expect that would find such a story of redemption and God's gift of second chances. I would love a copy of your new book. Really liked To Whisper Her Name

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    1. Unbroken is a POWERFUL book, isn't it, Sue! I loved it! HIGHLY recommended to those of you who might not have read it yet.

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  60. I just finished reading her last breath by linda castillo and I really liked it, not my normal reading because I like christian novels but it is in amish country so I like to read this series. I would love to win your book and I would give the other to my friend in that lives 2 hours away from me so we could read together and comment on it mmakingmagick@yahoo.com

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  61. The last book I read and loved was Stained by Elizabeth Marx. It just resonated inside my soul.

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  62. I just finished reading Rosemary Cottage by Colleen Coble. Loved it!

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  63. I just read Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer and it was fantastic!

    wfnren(at)aol(dot)com

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  64. I am almost done reading "Gratefully Yours" by Rand Hummel. It is a look through Romans on our sinfulness, Christ's great sacrifice and payment for our sins and 24 ways we can show our thankfulness. Thanks for the giveaway! Carrie Bennett

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  65. One of the latest ones I've read and loved was It Happened at the Fair by Deeanne Gist.

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  66. I just reread Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.... my third time! The compassion and willingness to follow God so completely is encouraging and uplifting.... and before that... To Whisper Her Name.. I really love your writing! Thanks!

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    1. Redeeming Love is an all time fav of mine too, Jennifer. I've read it probably 7 or 8 times. SOOO GOOD! Thanks for the kind words.

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  67. So far I have read three of your amazing books. I would LOVE to read this series. Keep writing. I am really looking forward to reading your next Belmont Mansion book. Thank you so much!!!

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  68. I haven't read any of the Fountain Creek Chronicles. I would love to win a copy so I can!

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  69. I last read "To Whisper Her Name" and I loved the correlation between Ridley's learning to train horses and learning to interact with Olivia. Oh, and I think it is awesome how you include references to characters from other stories, it really makes me smile when I hear the name of another character that I have grown to love. This was definitely one of my favorites!

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    1. That means so much to me, Kari. Thanks! I love including those references and feel as if I'm glimpsing old friends as I'm writing. So it means a lot to me as well.

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  70. I LOVED Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck.

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  71. I loved "To Whisper Her Name". I think it's the last book I've read that I really loved. Can't wait for your next book.

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  72. I really liked Turn of Mind by Alice Laplante. I just re-read The Last Policeman that I loved. I currently reading an ARC copy of the sequel Countdown City. I also loved The Yard by Alex Grecian. Continually reading and discovering new books to love.

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  74. Love that book!! Ok, I love all your books!! The last book I read that I really enjoyed was The Inheritance by Louisa May Alcott. I'm really looking forward to your next book as well!! ~ Amber C.

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  75. Hey friends! I've loved reading through your book recommendations and have added several to my TBR stack! Thanks so much for the kind words about my novels, too. I appreciate you reading! Now…to finish this next book, A BEAUTY SO RARE. I'm nearly done and am in total love with these characters. Hope you'll grow to love them too! Thanks for entering the giveaway…and for sharing my books!

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  76. Hi, Tamera! I love your novels about Nashville, since I used to live near there. But I recently finished Rekindled, and I would love to read the story about Annabelle & Matthew! As for my most recent read, it was Catch a Falling Star by Beth Vogt. I liked the characters...Kendall seemed pretty real, like someone I know. Very businesslike and down-to-earth, yet vulnerable. I liked how she grew as a character and learned to trust the Lord more. The hero, Griffin, had some things to learn too, didn't he? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. The last book I read was a reread of Redeeming Love by Fracine Rivers....love that book.
    I am going to download book 1 and read it and would LOVE to win book 2!!

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  78. The last book I've read is All Together In One Place by Jane Kirkpatrick. I love books about the Oregon Trail.

    Katie J.

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  79. I recently read all the books by Julie Klaussen. I had never read her before and after reading The Tutor's Daughter, I had to read all of her books. I finished them all in about a week.

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  80. Hi, Tamara. I am pleased to make your acquaintance as this is the first time I have ever heard of you and I love meeting new authors. The latest book I finished and really liked was Ashton Park by Murray Pura. I usually prefer reading Amish and Mennonite and Shaker and other Christian books but I tried this one and it was wonderfully different. I loved some of the history, the setting, the characters, and the way it was written. A real page turner.
    Thanks for this contest and I would so love to win. I have plans to get the first book in this series soon now that I heard of you. I will share about you and this contest as much as possible. Sincerely, Mary Lou
    flowersmarylou85@gmail.com

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  81. I am a big fan of history, particularly Colonial and Civil War history. I really like historical romance when it talks about one of these subjects.

    I've really enjoyed reading your books. I have to say that you are one of my favorite authors. My favorite book by you is the first one I read, A Lasting Impression. Keep writing! Sincerely, Sarah Land.

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  82. I just got done reading the series Quilts of Lancaster County by Barbara Cameron. They were really good. I liked how the main character came home from being a reporter overseas. She came to heal at her grandmother's house and ended up falling in love with teenage love that is Amish. Great series. I would love to win your new book and have the chance to share it with a friend. If I win, my e-mail is: rsuebell1973@yahoo.com

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  83. Just finished 'Forevermore' by Cathy Marie Hake. More books on order at the library. Would love to win copies of your book!!

    Roxanne

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  84. The last book I read that I loved was "An Unlikely Match" by Sarah M. Eden. But that's only because I read "To Whisper Her Name" well before it since I loved that as well. :)

    Stephanie
    stellviagirl(at)yahoo.com

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  85. I would love to have my own copy so I don't have to borrow it! My latest reading adventure was FULL DISCLOSURE by Dee Henderson. Fantastic!

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  86. The last book I read was A Bride For All Seasons by Margaret Brownley, Robin Lee Hatcher, Mary Connealy, Debra Clopton. It's a great book, easy reading and I love the storyline (Mail order Brides).

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  87. The last book I read I loved? That's hard cause I read so many. It would be Five Days in Skye by Carla Laureano. Set in Scotland and so descriptive, it made me feel like I was there and the story was super!

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  88. I am reading (or rather listening on my son's kindle) to "the Lucky One" but am looking forward to hopefully finding time to read a lot more especially one of your books.

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  89. I have read To whisper her name. Loved it. I am now reading A lasting Imppression, it is good so far.

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  90. I just finished "A Cast of Stones" by Patrick W Carr and am eager to hit up amazon.com to get "The Hero's Lot!" I have read a LOT of good books lately! I'm so thankful it's summer so I have a little more spare reading time! =) Recently, I also read and loved "Grave Consequences" by Lisa Tawn Bergren, "Stealing the Preacher" by Karen Witemeyer, and "My Stubborn Heart" by Becky Wade. I love reading the above comments to get ideas of what to add to my ever-growing list of "to be read" books! Cheri S.

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  91. I just finished the Timber Ridge series and loved them. I recently read To Whisper Her Name, excellent book! This series is next on my list so it would be awesome to win. :)

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  92. I am readying Daybreak by shelly shepherd grey on my kindle now it is a good book. Hope to read revealed if I win it.

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  93. Iread the language of flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.I loved it because it is very real. I have had friends who grew up in the foster system. I have a co-worker who is tsking classes with her husband to foster adopt.And I know about the many programs our county has to help those who are about to age out be prepared. It was good to see it from the foster child viewpoint. Beth Wyland auntbeth54@yahoo.com

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  94. I just read Stealing The Preacher by Karen Witemeyer

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  95. Lastbook I read that I loved....Yesterdays Tomorrow. :)

    I liked it because the author takes us back to what it was like back in the days of the Vietnam war. It made me think about the men who do go out to war now, and makes me realize the hardships they go through as well as the families and the loved ones. The romance running through this book is perfectly complex and keeps me turning to the next page. It is decent in terms of romance--the author doesn't give too many details and keeps it appropriate in my opinion.

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  96. The last book I read that touched my heart was "Rhythms of Grace" by Stacy Hawkins Adams. Her weaving together of the stories of four friends who battled racial injustice and religious intolerance and relationship struggles and career challenges was riveting. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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  97. .I have just recently "discovered" your writings....One I got into #1 of Timber Ridge Reflections, I could not wait to get to the next 2. I'm saving When I Whisper Your Name for my upcoming trip, and plan to catch up with as many of your books as possible. Mardel's and Half Price Books, HERE I COME!! Currently reading and loving Lynn Austen's Series that started with Candle in the Darkness. I love the strong female characters and especially the lessons learned and the Spiritual growth that is woven through. Sandra but Signing Anonymous as I have no clue what all the other stuff is!! I came in throught fb

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  98. I am currently reading "The Distant Hours" by Kate Morton. I am loving it! It's so mysterious and although I'm only about half way through it, I just keep trying to guess what is going to happen.

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  99. I am currently reading The Inheritance by you. It may be the first of your books that I have read, but I am loving it. I recently finished reading Her Minnesota Man by Brenda Coulter and before that I read Short Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer. You are right that summertime is the perfect opportunity for fun reading. As a homeschooling mom, now is my chance to sit next to my kids and just read together. They read their fun books and I read mine. And then we write book reports on our books and share them together. I would be blessed to receive a copy of your book and I would enjoy sharing a copy with a friend as well. Thank you for giving us this opportunity. And thank you for sharing your creative imagination and spiritual wisdom with us, you are a treasure!

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  100. I am enjoying Rosemary's Cottage. I had the pleasure of listening to your books on audio recently.

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  101. I just finished Fancy Pants by Cathy Marie Hake. I am wanting to read Revealed. I loved Rekindled. Thanks for having give-aways. I do love and enjoy your writing. rttl@mosquitonet.com

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  102. I just finished both of yours A Lasting Impression and To Whisper Her Name. I am dying to read #2. Will To Whisper Her Name have a part 2?

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  103. The last book I read and loved was The Yielding by Tamara Leigh. I just love historical romances that are clean and enjoyable. The best books are when I get no house cleaning done over the weekend. :)

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  104. I just read "Inescapable" by Nancy Mehl. I loved it because I loved the suspense part. I could relate to the characters too. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  105. The last book I read and loved was the Coming Storm from the series Heirs of Montana by Tracie Peterson. Land of my Heart#1 is on my Goodread favorite list because I loved the whole series.

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  106. I have not read any of your books but I am an avid reader and read 4-5 books biweekly. I would enjoy trying one of your books.

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  107. The last book I read that I liked a lot was Waiting for Summer's Return by Kim Vogel Sawyer. The last book I loved was Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn James.

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  108. The last book I read was The House in Grosvenor Square by Linore Rose Burkard. I absolutely LOVED it!! It is number two in a series of three. Thank you for the opportunity to win. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  109. My summer reading list keeps growing, but the last book I finished and really enjoyed was When a Heart Stops by Lynette Eason. Her Deadly Reunions trilogy is leaving me breathless!

    I'm really looking forward to the release of your next book- it's the highest thing on my spring reading list! Revealed has been one of my favorites of your novels- I would definitely read it again, and I'd love to share it with my sister-in-law!

    Thanks for such a great giveaway and for always having wonderful blog posts! (And of course, incredible novels!)

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  110. Though not what I usually read, I really enjoyed Wings of Glass by Gina Holmes. LOVE Tamera Alexander books. Write some more!

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  111. Rebecca Mancia7/19/2013 1:50 PM

    I recently read A Most peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano and I just loved her sense of humor! I could not stop laughing and enjoyed seeing the story play out in my head. My next book to read is actually To Whisper Her Name by you of coure :) I overly enjoyed A Lasting Impression and can't wait for its sequel!!!

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  112. The most recent that I have read and loved is the Millwood Hollow Series by Patricia Hickman.

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  113. The book I just finished was "When the Soul Mends" by Cindy Woodsmall. The characters are very likeable and I was drawn into the story and felt like I was part of the story. I just started "Rekindled" and can't wait to finish it and read "Revealed". Thank you for offering the books!

    jociadam@hotmail.com

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  114. I loved reading Rekindled... it wads the very first book I read by you and I loved it! I would love to win Revealed! Currently reading To Whisper Her Name! !

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  115. Just read Barefoot Summer by Denise Hunter. I loved the story and I always like reading a story from my home state, Indiana!

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  116. Reading my copies of Kim Vogel Sawyer's books. Looking for another author to follow.

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  117. Not able to post pictures, sorry.

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  118. Sweet Sanctuary by Kim Vogel Sawyer. Always looking for more authors to follow.

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  119. My sister and I are always looking for books to read together! I would love to win these, and already entered to win Rekindled on goodreads, will have her do the same. Thanks for the giveaway!! :)

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  120. Molly Loggins7/22/2013 12:03 PM

    Hi! Thanks so much for the chance! I just read the Kentucky Brothers Trilogy by Wanda Brunstetter and really enjoyed it! mickinakm@gmail.com

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  121. Thanks for offering 2 books.
    The last book I read of Yours was From A Distance "about a month ago"
    But the most recent book I read was an advance copy of What Once Was Lost by Kim Vogel Sawyer.

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  122. I just finished reading Rosemary Cottage by Colleen Coble and really enjoyed it. I've enjoyed all of your books and would love to win one to share!

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  123. The latest book that I completed reading, and loved, was Where Willows Grow by Kim Vogel Sawyer. The book before that that I read and loved was The Inheritance.

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  124. Just finished Though My Heart Is Torn by Joanne Bischof and I LOVED it! ...Just like I love your books too :)

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  125. I just finished reading Carolina Reckoning by Lisa Carter. I really enjoyed this one.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  126. I read "A Bride Opens Shop" by Keli Gwyn and absolutely loved it!!The humor was great for a summers night read. Love your books, read Rekindled this spring...would love to read Revealed!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  127. I recently read an ARC of When Mountains Move by Julie Cantrell. It is AMAZING and I highly recommend it!

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  128. I read To Whisper Her name -LOVED IT! Now reading A lasting Impression.

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  130. The last book I read was Wind Dancer by Jamie Carrie. It was really different from what I was expecting. I guess what I loved about this book was the part when one of the main characters was in despair and was crying out to God. I loved when God was whispering to him saying that when I am weak He is strong. The main character cried out that He was weak and God just simply relied, "Then I am strong." That really hit me. It wasn't my all time favorite book, but it was different from what I usually read.

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  131. Marguerite B7/22/2013 4:15 PM

    Love encouraging reading - especially me winning a great read.

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  132. I just finished Madeline's Protector by Vanessa Riley. It was a really good book in my favorite style, Regency/Historical fiction. It was definitely a book that keeps you interested and one that you don't wan to put down. You know that you are my favorite author though sweet friend, and I would love to win a copy for a friend and myself! :) Kimberly S

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  133. I am in the middle of reading Harriet Beecher Stowe's "The Pearl of Orr's Island" Great book so far!! Really captures Maine!

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  134. The last book I read that I loved was "Once upon a Prince" by Rachel Hayes Hauck. I know it was a bit "been there, read that before" (the whole Prince falls in love with average girl kinda thing). However, I think there is something great about a familiar storyline, something comforting and sometimes that is just the storyline I am looking for. I loved the story, it was sweet and I just wanted to sigh and say Awwwww at the end lol.

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  135. I'm reading a book right now that I'm really enjoying, Bachelor Buttons by Kathleen Maher. Kathleen is a new author and tells a wonderful story. Bachelor Buttons takes place in New York City and focuses on the conflict between the immigrants and the freedmen. The immigrants are required to be part of the Draft system, but the freedmen are not. This history is the background for a sweet romance--a love triangle. If you've ever had to make the choice between two sweethearts vying for your affection, you will love this story.

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  136. The last story that I read and loved was VURNING SKY by Lori Benton. It is an Advance Reader Copy, and I was thrilled that it included Native Americans and believers in Christ.
    Kaye Whitney
    kayewhitney@bellsouth.net

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  137. Berniece Irby7/22/2013 8:42 PM

    One of the last books I really enjoyed was Waiting for Spring by Amanda Cabot. I love historical fiction, but occasionally I like to switch to contemporary.

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  138. I book I've read recently that I liked was Frankenstein by Mary Shelley! Such a classic. Love that book.

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  139. Fresh-start Ranch by Leeann Harris. It was the last in a series about siblings. She touched on subjects such as a loss of a limb in war, PTSB, and in this final book, gambling problem. I loved how the author built the relationships, allowed you to see the struggles, and how God works in lives. Great Christian Romance!

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  140. Undeniably yours by Becky wade.
    Linda Finn
    faithfulacres7@gmail.com

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  141. The last book I read was Home Run by Travis Thrasher. I loved that it came across so real. I am one for fairy tales, happy endings, etc (they are my favorite kinds) but this book I loved in a different way. Sometimes you need a dose of a story that life isn't perfect, we aren't perfect, but God still loves us and will reach out to us where we are at in life. And life can still be good. :)

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  142. The last book I read I finished this morning - "To Whisper Her Name". Definitely one of my favorites!! It is so awesome to be able to read for pleasure now that I am through with nursing school. The last 2 years I only read nursing books! ;-)

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  143. I love the Janet Tronstad Dry Creek Series. I am an avid reader and am looking for a new author! ;)

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  144. Just finished re-reading Rekindled as I couldn't remember everything that happened. Of course I fell in love with it again. Currently I am reading Stealing the Preacher and it's very enjoyable. Thank you so much for writing Christian fiction for those of us that still love a Love Story, but want it clean with a little "love of Jesus' in the mix.

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  145. I just read Judge by R.J. Larson, one of the very few fantasy authors that I like.

    Jasmine A.

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  146. The book I just finished was a Love Inspired Historical by Renee Ryan. I love her Charity House books. This one was called The Outlaw's Redemption.

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  147. The last book that I read and loved was "Masquerade" by Nancy Moser. Great characters and a fascinating plot! Thank you for the contest, G.

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  148. LOVED reading through all your comments, friends, and appreciate everyone entering and posting and sharing and caring. You guys are the best! PLUS, you've shared tons of great books with everyone. Gratefully...

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