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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Drawing for a Free Book!

What a way to start out the Christmas gift-giving season!

In anticipation of next week's review of Ronie Kendig's newest release (the second in her Quiet Professionals series) we're giving away a copy of Raptor 6, the first in this series.

To be entered in the drawing, simply leave your email address as a comment on this article. While you're at it, what is your favorite Christian fiction book this year?

Drawing will be held of all email addresses received in the comment section for this post on December 12. Winner will be contacted via email for shipping information.

16 comments:

  1. I have too many favorites to list. ;) I would love to read Raptor 6!
    psalm103and138[at]gmail[dot]com

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    1. I'm with you on that, Caryl. I can't even narrow my fave list to ten, this year!

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  2. So far my favorite is Lynette Eason's recent book: "Nowhere to Turn."
    Thanks,
    Janice Moore
    pjrcmoore@windstream.net

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  3. Too many books to chose from. I would love Raptor 6 for the local library...it is an excellent book.
    beth_rumbaugh@yahoo.com

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    1. It would be great for a library! Give a taste of the excellence in Christian Fiction today. And Ronie Kendig is just the author to show that excellence!

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  4. The Falcon and the Sparrow by M. L. Tyndall was very good. I haven't read any by Ronie Kendig yet, but want to. Would love to win Raptor 6. slvie50@hotmail.com

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  5. Where to start. I can't get Christian /or/ English books very easily where I live, but I've collected lots over the years. Suspense books are some of my favorites. Please. Please. Please. :)
    kaymart_1984@hotmail.com

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  6. wesnpam@fulton-net.com
    So far I think my favorite was Deceived by Irene Hannon. Although Miracle in a Dry Season by Sarah Loudin Thomas was also wonderful. Also, pretty much anything Lynette Eason wrote this year has been a favorite and I have really gotten into Ronie Kendig's writing as well. Oh, wow! So, it's pretty much impossible to name ONE favorite.....

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    1. I loved DECEIVED too. And Lynette Eason is a fave! I'm feeling your pain, Pam! LOL!

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  7. Wonderful gift. Thanx for the chance. I think my favorite Christian book this year was Chapel Hill Revial, and I agree with Pam Graber that Sara Loudin is a great author.

    als@foxgull.com

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  8. Thanks for the chance to win!! Email is: timdreamer@hotmail.com.

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  9. I love a good action book involving men in uniform! Throw in a little high-tech suspense, a cup of tea,and a quiet night and I'm good to go! As for my favorite Christmas book, I'm reading The Crhistmas Tree Treasure Hunt again. It always puts me in the right mood and makes me appreciate family.

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    1. Woohoo! Gotta love the Christmas Tree Treasure Hunt! Fun book!

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  10. I hope I'm not too late for this. I just finished reading Ronie's Nightshade series. My favorite was Firethorn. I am looking forward to reading the Quiet Professionals series. Thanks for the giveaway.

    momrain (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. Not too late. We're letting the giveaway go through the week of the review of Ronie's newest release. Thanks for entering!

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