|won by Diane B.|
|won by Kelly Youngblood|
|won by Connie L.|
|won by Wendy Newcomb|
|won by Trixi|
|won by Pam Westfall|
Looking ahead to next week:
It's time for the ever popular
Reader's Choice Giveaway Week!
Instead of me reading and reviewing a book each day, I'm asking for your recommendations on Christian Fiction being released in September, October or November 2016. The rules are pretty easy (see below). Each day will be dedicated to a specific genre. You can recommend up to three books per day/genre. Basically, if you win the draw, you win the book you suggested which will mean waiting a month or two until the release date. The end result is we all get a great list of book recommendations for our TBR piles!
BUT YOU GOTTA FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!!!
Publication dates must be
September, October or November 2016
Each day is genre specific so
only submit books from that genre
Christian Fiction books only please!
You can offer three suggestions per day
they need to be made in
three separate comments
(makes it easier for me to tally)
No email entries this week
(too hard to keep track of due to the
# of responses)
Open to International readers (I'm all about spreading the Good News about Christian Fiction all over the globe!!!!!!)
And since there's been some confusion in the past about what fits in each genre,
here's a handy-dandy guide
ROMANTIC SUSPSENSE OR MYSTERY:
A mystery ia an important part of the plot. The heroine or hero (or both) are often in peril (more so in a suspense). Can be set in a contemporary or historical setting and may have Amish content.
A story where the romance plays a major role and is set in any time period before the mid 1970s (and may have Amish content)
A story where the romance plays a major role and is set in the1980s to current (may include Amish content).
A story where the hero or heroine (or both) are Amish.
A book that consists of multiple short stories written by various authors
(may include Amish content).
Yes, all the above categories have to be Christian Fiction as well, but I've added this one to include any other genres within inspirational fiction. Like Women's Fiction, Sci/Fi or Fantasy, Suspense/Mystery without a romantic element. Plus anything from the previous mentioned categories.
So that's it. You can ask any questions in the comment section but no book suggestions until tomorrow when we kick off the festivities with Historical Romance.