This is my 5th annual Thanksgiving Giveaway! I look forward to this all year long! We’ve chatted with wonderful authors and discussed our favorite stories for five years now on The Engrafted Word. Can you believe it?
As a little “Thank You” for taking the time to join me here week after week, I’m giving away these 10 books to 10 winners. (*1 book per winner)
This year, I’ve included both Ebooks and a few paperbacks from my own bookshelves. You’ll find historical, contemporary, romance, and suspense stories. One is a novella. Another one doesn’t release until January 1st. Hopefully there’s something for everyone.
I had a hard time putting this book down. It’s one of those stories that really drew me in and made me forget that it’s a fictional tale. The journey these characters embark on – the spiritual one, especially – kept me turning the pages as fast as I could read. By the end, I found myself wishing I was on the road trip with them. 🙂
Mallory and Connor are both struggling with real fears. They’re not sure their love can withstand the obstacles in their way. They’re hurt and scared. A quirky road trip throws them together, along with an eleven-year-old foster child who is desperate to belong. God meets these three on the road with some unexpected blessings in various forms. Read more ›
I enjoyed this story from start to finish. It takes us to Canada just after WWI and introduces us to a cast of characters full of grit and kindness. Grace and Andrew become our friends and their struggles feel like our own. They love their families deeply and sacrifice a lot for their happiness. Their lives aren’t without heartache, but their courage and bravery in the hard times should inspire us all.
There is great conflict and tension throughout the story, which kept the pace flying fast. I was eager to see what would happen to Grace’s nephew. The title matches the story perfectly! Grace and Andrew are both full of good intentions, but things don’t always go according to plan. The lessons they learn are good for us to remember too. Read more ›