Celebration + Multi Book Giveaway

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My friend Cara Grandle says, “There’s a little bit to love right here in September.”
I just love that, don’t you? The Fall season is here, bringing warm sweaters, apple cider, bonfires, cookouts, contemplative walks in the park, and new-season celebrations. I’m delighted to celebrate all these wonderful things with a few of my friends, and excited to celebrate reaching 300 Likes on my Facebook Author Page. Hey, it’s been said to celebrate the small things is to enrich your life. So, let’s celebrate with a multi-book #giveaway, featuring amazing and talented authors. I don’t want you to miss out on this stellar giveaway.

Authors and Book Titles

Tisha Martin

I’m so glad you joined us today! For me, writing is like breathing: I can’t live without it. And coffee. And books. And coffee… I write historical fiction set in the Midwest during the world wars that explores fraying family relationships, broken dreams, and determination to rescue both.
Author Facebook Page: @tishamauthoreditor

Short story PDF to Giveaway :: Puddle of Remorse
Clara’s upset that she has to babysit her trouble-maker kid sister and put up the tomatoes when she’d rather be outside watching the harvest. But a puddle of remorse and a near-death experience teach her the importance of where to place her attitude.

I’ve been published since 2002, both in print and online. In 2014, I won the Commencement Contest for my WWII historical fiction short story, “Puddle of Remorse,” which was concurrently published in Fountains, the student literary journal at Pensacola Christian College.

Clari Dees

An avid reader by age seven, Clari loved to hang out at the public library, and the local bookstore staff knew her by name. Her favorite books ranged from Marguerite Henry’s horse stories to Louis L’Amour’s westerns and Grace Livingston Hill’s romances. Her fascination with books and libraries continues, and Clari now works as a public librarian by day and a writer by night.
Author Facebook Page :: www.facebook.com/ClariDees

Book in the Giveaway :: Some Enchanted Evening

Shedding his well-known stage persona, Kellan Campbell heads for a backwoods Missouri campground to rest and recuperate. But his attempts at avoiding people are stymied by the campground’s pretty, energetic, quick-witted manager with the crazy sense of humor.
Amazon link :: amazon.com/Some-Enchanted-Evening-Christian-Contemporary-ebook/dp/B01BX1G85U/
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J. Carol Nemeth 

has always loved reading and enjoyed making up stories since junior high school, most based in the places she has lived. She    worked in the National Park Service as a Park Aid and served in the US Army where she was stationed in Italy and traveled to over thirteen countries. After marrying the love of her life, who she met while stationed in Italy, they lived in a lot of places, including North Yorkshire, England. They now live in West Virginia, where, in her spare time, Carol enjoys sewing stuffed animals for the local ambulances to give to sick and injured children and baby blankets for the Local Birthright organization, a Pro-Life group providing assistance to young pregnant women. Carol and her husband are active in their church and enjoy their two grown children, son-in-law and three grandchildren.Yorkshire Lass J Carol Nemeth Tisha Martin author editor giveaway book

Book in the Giveaway :: Yorkshire Lass

American Jessica Montgomery arrives in WW I England to be greeted with the horrible news that local vagrants and homeless folk are being found murdered. With a killer skulking through the North Yorkshire Dales, she and Grandmother Morag McDonald fear for the safety of the orphans living at Hope Orphanage. With the help of local Dr. Garth Samuels, they do all they can to protect them. Is it a deranged individual who is the harbinger of death or could it be something far more sinister? As they search for answers to end the horror, Jess learns who she can and cannot trust, but it may be too late when she finds her own life in danger.
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Sarah Sundin

Sarah Sundin is the author of nine historical novels, including When Tides Turn. Her novel Through Waters Deep was a finalist for the 2016 Carol Award, won the INSPY Award, and was named to Booklist’s “101 Best Romance Novels of the Last 10 Years.” A mother of three, Sarah lives in California, works on-call as a hospital pharmacist, and teaches Sunday school. She also enjoys speaking for church, community, and writers’ groups.
Website: http://www.sarahsundin.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SarahSundinAuthor

BooSundin When Tides Turn Sarah Sundin Author Book Giveaway Tisha Martin Author Editork in the Giveaway :: When Tides Turn (paperback)
When Quintessa Beaumont learns the US Navy has established the

WAVES program for women, she enlists, eager to throw off her frivolous ways and contribute to the war effort. Lt. Dan Avery employs his skills in antisubmarine warfare to fight U-boats at the peak of the Battle of the Atlantic, but the last thing he wants to see on his radar is fun-loving Tess. As Dan and Tess work together in Boston, the changes in Tess challenge his notions—and his heart.

Cara Putman

Since the time I could read Nancy Drew, I have wanted to write mysteries. In 2005 I attended a book signing at my local Christian bookstore. The rest, as they say, is history. There I met Colleen Coble. With prompting from my husband, I shared my dream with Colleen. Since those infamous words, I’ve been writing books.

In addition to writing, I am an attorney, lecturer at a Big Ten university, active in women’s ministry, and all around crazy woman. Crazy about God, my husband and my kids. I graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Huskers!), George Mason Law School (JD), and Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management (MBA). You can learn more about my books at http://www.caraputman.com.

Book in the Giveaway :: Beyond Justice

Hayden McCarthy knows firsthand the pain when justice is not served. It’s why she became an attorney and why she’s so driven in her career. When she’s assigned a wrongful death case against the government, she isn’t sure if it’s the lucky break she needs to secure a partnership—or an attempt to make sure she never gets there.

Further complicating matters is Andrew, her roommate’s distractingly attractive cousin. But Andrew’s father is a Congressman, and Hayden’s currently taking on the government. Could the timing be any worse?

The longer she keeps the case active, the higher the stakes become. Unknown enemies seem determined to kill the case—or her. Logic and self-preservation would indicate she should close the case. But how can she, when justice is still just beyond her reach?

“Cara Putman’s expert legal mind shines in Beyond Justice as she weaves a gripping, suspenseful tale of intrigue that takes on one of the hardest issues of our time. Hayden McCarthy is one feisty heroine that doesn’t let anything get between her and the truth.” —Jordyn Redwood, author of the Bloodline Trilogy and Fractured Memory

Linda Cobourn

Dr. Linda Cobourn is a Literacy Specialist who works with at-risk learners and non-traditional college students. She holds Instructional II certificates from Pennsylvania and Delaware in Elementary Education K-6 and Reading PK-12. Dr. Cobourn earned her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, focusing on the use of critical literacy in middle school. Currently, she teaches at Springfield College in Wilmington. She was recently cited by the Mayor of Philadelphia for her work constructing literacy programs for inner-city youth. She is the author of three published books and writes a blog at http://writingonthebrokenroad.blogspot.com/.

Book in the Giveaway :: Crazy: A Diary

Life can change in an instant. When a truck driver ran a red light, the lives of the author’s family were drastically altered. With faith, humor, and courage, Linda Cobourn shares the journey her family needed to take to come to a new sort of normal.

Here is the link to the video trailer:

Now, here’s what you’ve been waiting for — the information for the Giveaway!

Giveaway Info ::

  • To be awarded to winners in the Lower 48 US states. Where e-Books apply, the winner may receive via email.
  • This multi-book giveaway starts Monday, September 11, 2017, and ends Tuesday, September 19, 2017.
  • No purchase is necessary to enter this giveaway.
  • However, please leave a comment on this blog, stating your favorite thing about the fall season and your favorite new book.
  • Players must submit the required information via Rafflecopter to participate.
  • Entrants will be informed if they are a winner.
  • Drawing will be done based on a number generator, until 6 winners are drawn.
  • Winners will be announced Monday, September 25, 2017. Tisha Martin will receive each winner’s physical address or email address to be passed on to the author who’s book was won. The author will then mail or email the book to the winner.
  • All prizes will be mailed out within 8 weeks of announcement or are forfeited. The authors affiliated with this giveaway are not responsible for any lost, damaged, or misdirected prizes.

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51 thoughts on “Celebration + Multi Book Giveaway

  1. Hi Tish! My favorite thing about fall is the colorful scenery and cooler weather. It’s easily my favorite time of year! One of my favorite books would have to be The Frontiersman’s Daughter by Laura Frantz. Thanks for hosting this great giveaway!

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    1. I love the fall colors, too, Cynthia! The cooler weather? Only if I have hot coffee and a big sweater on hand. 🙂 I need to pick up Laura Frantz’s books! I’ve heard so many great things about them!

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  2. One of my favorite things about fall is the birth of my first born and now my 3rd child!! 😍 I am really excited about all of these books and am putting them on my book list to read!!

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  3. I love the feel and colors of fall! My favorite new book(s) is the KWESTT series by Clari Dees–what a wonderful read–I can hardly wait for the next book by Clari!!

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  4. I love crunching on fallen leaves. I’ve loved doing that ever since I could walk. My current favorite book-love: Crown of Souls by Ronie Kendig.

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  5. I love the changing colors of the leaves, I will actually notice it more this year as we moved back to Nebraska after 18 years in Florida, and the cooler, NOT COLD lol, weather.

    wfnren at aol dot com

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    1. Wendy,
      Nebraska sounds beautiful. I’ve only driven through it once, and it was neat to see a cowboy and his horse at the gas station. 🙂
      I’m glad you will experience the changing leaves this year.

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  6. My favorite thing about fall is trail riding in the cooler weather. Back east the colors made the trails beautiful, at the same time making a HUGE mess of my yard. I think my favorite book on this list would have to be When Tides Turn. WWII doesn’t seem that long ago to me, as it was the time my mother grew up in.

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    1. Cat, thanks for your comment! Fall was always a favorite of mine, too, when I used to own horses. Riding through the harvested bean fields brought such joy. Only once did I ride in the rain. Yuck. 🙂 Sarah’s book is fantastic!! I hope you’re able to enjoy it soon.

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  7. My favourite thing about fall is the changing of colour of the leaves and love walking in piles of crisp leaves. I just recently started “The Sweet Smell of Magnolias and Memories” by Celeste Fletcher McHale and am enjoying it. It’s the first book by her that I’ve read.

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  8. My favorite thing about fall is the beautiful colors of leaves and flowers. Ann Gabhart’s new book These Healing Hills is my new favorite book.

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  9. My favorite thing about fall is cooler temperatures. We really don’t have much of a fall per se (leaves don’t really change much here), but it is a relief to get the 100 plus degree temperatures out of the way. My favorite book lately is The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman, but to be honest, most of the time my newest book is my favorite. I also have a copy of Freedom’s Ring by Heidi Chiavaroli that I’m excited about reading. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

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  10. There is so much to love about fall…the leaves, the temperatures, football, pumpkin everything….

    A new favorite book is “A Matter of Trust” by Susan May Warren. 😀

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  11. I love the weather, leaves changing and the feel of autumn! I don’t have a current favorite book. We are in the middle of packing/moving so reading hasn’t been happening. I could use a few good books…like the ones in the giveaway 😉

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    1. Jennifer, I hope your move goes well. I’m in the middle of one myself, only it’s taking a bit longer than I hoped. Have a wonderful day, and I hope some books come your way soon!

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  12. Hmm…my favorite thing about the fall is the return of college football followed very closely by the changing of the leaves.

    I’m in between reads right now & I’m not sure I’ve had a favorite recent read in awhile. I do love Sarah Sundin and this one of hers is the only one I don’t have yet!

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    1. Suzanne, it’s so fun to read a few books at one time. I usually have a few spread throughout the house myself. 🙂 Oooh, you don’t have When Tides Turn? You’re missing out, lady! 🙂 It’s a wonderful read.

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  13. I love the ever changing depth and hues of fall colours. What a pretty backdrop to the bigger picture . My new favorite book I just finished is Many Sparrows by Lori Benton. Quite a story indeed !

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  14. The things I love about fall are the fall colors, and apple cider, pumpkin spice coffee and donuts! 🙂

    My favorite new book is: Once An Heiress by Renee Ryan. It is AMAZING!!! Renee is an incredible writer. This book is book #3 in her Gilded Promises series. She really brings historical fiction to life. I HIGHLY recommend this series!

    Thanks so much for the opportunity of this giveaway!!!

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  15. Let’s start with my favourite new book- well there’s two I read in the last month or so. Tamera Alexander’s To Wager her Heart was amazing as all hers usually are. And for contemporary fiction Sweetbriar Cottage by Denise Hunter was great!
    Autumn is lovely not just because of the colour change or the pumpkin flavoured everything but also the cooler weather and getting to bake again (too hot during summer to do that often here) and soups and casseroles make their comeback too!

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    1. Lize,
      You inspire me. Reading two book in one month or so is admirable. If I would just stick with one book and read it all the way through… You speak my language with the baking…and casseroles! I can smell brownies and green been casserole now…

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