If you read my last blog post, you know that I loved this book. I loved it so much, I want to share it with someone. I’m giving away a copy of A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert to one of my lucky blog readers.
To be entered in a random drawing for this book, simply leave a comment to this blog post and tell me what your favorite read of 2014 has been by May 15. Drawing will be held May 16 and one lucky winner will receive a copy of this beautiful book.
Kelly Brown says
I just finished reading Renee Andrews books! I love the way her stories are so touching! They a real quick reads and inspirational to boot!! I also love any thing Lauraine Snelling!! I guess I just love Christian fiction PERIOD!!
Lisa Nieman says
A Table by the Window by Hillary Manton Lodge. A refreshing plot about love, family and letting go of the past so you can embrace the future. I can’t wait for the next book in the series.
Diana Montgomery says
I would love to win!
Lisa Stifler says
I enjoyed reading Candle in The Darkness by Lynn Austin. I couldn’t put it down. Thank you for this chance to win a copy of this book! ~ Blessings ~
Sarah Biggs says
I haven’t had much time to read for leisure this year, but I did read a very good novella by Sharon Srock called For Mercie’s Sake.
I would love to win! So far my favorite book has been the scarlet thread by Francine rivers.
Wow.. I’ve read a few that I really loved so its hard to choose a fav.. But I guess it would be either To whisper her name by Tamera Alexander or Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig 🙂
Stay blessed 🙂
Lindsey Z says
Oh my! Only one? Hmmm…..”A Beatuy So Rare” by Tamera Alexander comes to mind. 🙂 Thanks for doing such a fun giveaway! 🙂
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Sherry Stoll says
I have two favorites so far this year. When Mountains Move by Julie Cantrell and How Sweet the Sound by debut author Amy K. Sorrells.
Jennifer Smith says
Thanks for the chance to win! I’ve heard so many good things about this book.
Hmm…My favorite read of 2014? That’s a hard one, but as of right now it’s probably Susan May Warren’s “It Had to Be You” or Sarah E. Ladd’s “The Headmistress of Rosemere.”