Friday, January 19, 2018

Sacred Rest (Non-Fiction Review) + Reader's Choice of any Christian Fiction Novel in Print

Today I'm reviewing an intriguing non-fiction book about what it means to find sacred rest. Now, since I'm a fiction fan, I thought it would be fun to host a Reader's Choice Giveaway of any Christian Fiction title in print (already released.) Scroll down to the GIVEAWAY graphic beneath this review to get full details.


DALTON-SMITH, SAUNDRA, MD
SACRED REST : RECOVER YOUR LIFE, RENEW YOUR ENERGY, RESTORE YOUR SANITY

How can you keep your energy, happiness, creativity, and relationships fresh and thriving in the midst of never-ending family demands, career pressures, and the stress of everyday life?

In Sacred Rest, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, a board-certified internal medicine doctor, reveals why rest can no longer remain optional.

Dr.Dalton-Smith shares seven types of rest she has found lacking in the lives of those she encounters in her clinical practice and research -- physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, sensory, social, creative -- and why a deficiency in any one of these types of rest can have unfavorable effects on your health, happiness, relationships, creativity, and productivity. Sacred Rest combines the science of rest, the spirutality of rest, the gifts of rest, and the resulting fruit of rest. It shows rest as something sacred, valuable, and worthy of our respect.

By combining scientific research with personal stories, spiritual insight, and practical next steps, Sacred Rest gives the weary permission to embrace rest, set boundaries, and seek sanctuary without any guilt, shame, or fear.

My Review:

An eye-opening look at what rest really means. And it's not just getting adequate sleep. In fact, Dr. Dalton-Smith is quick to point out that sleep is not the same thing as rest. You could sleep eight hours a day and never feel rested.

"A well-rested life is a secret hidden in plain sight. It is a life at one with God, self,and others. It's life strengthened by winding down the expectations of others and charging up your expectations for yourself." (p 118)

I kept thinking of the scripture "Be still and know that I am God." (Psalm 46:10) as I read through this book. And I think that ultimately, that is the key -- to feel God, to see Him in every aspect of our lives. It's only then that a sacred rest is truly possible.

My favourite section of this book is Part II -- The Gifts of Rest.There's a lot of meat to this part of the book and it really got me thinking...and marveling over all the gifts available to us. And not the ones you'd automatically think of -- at least I wouldn't have. Like the Gift of Boundaries, of Acceptance, of Permission and so many more. Dalton-Smith has encouraged me to explore each of these gifts and how they relate to me. This isn't the kind of book you just read through. It's the kind that makes you pause and ponder and want to come back to time and time again.

Book provided courtesy of Faith Works and Litfuse Publicity Group.


GIVEAWAY
WINNER'S CHOICE OF ANY CHRISTIAN FICTION NOVEL IN PRINT (ALREADY RELEASED)

State the title and author of the book you want to win in the comment section
-- up to 3 suggestions per person
BUT
each title/author must be in a separate comment
(makes it easier for me to tally)
MUST BE CHRISTIAN FICTION ALREADY RELEASED
Remember to add your email address in one of your comments
(no need to do it each time)
but remember to use AT and DOT instead of @ and . to protect yourself from spammers
Draw will be held and winner announced on Sunday January 20 2018 
Offer open to International Readers


174 comments:

  1. Would Bringing Maggie Home count as one?
    iamabho AT gmail DOT com

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    1. Definitely. It's in print. Good luck, Linda.

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    2. Great That's #1 then
      Thank You

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  2. "The Sea Before Us" by Sarah Sundin is the book I really want to read.

    Blessings,
    Cindy W.
    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. This one doesn't release until February, Cindy so it doesn't count for this giveaway. Book must be in print already.

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    2. Sorry. How about The Writing Desk by Rachael Hauck.

      Blessings,
      Cindy W.
      countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

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    3. Ooooh -- loved that book. Good luck, Cindy.

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  3. "The View From Rainshadow Bay" by Colleen Coble.

    Blessings,
    Cindy W.
    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. This one releases on the 23rd so it'll be in print by the time I'm ready to order so this one is a go. Good luck,Cindy.

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  4. "If I Live" by Terri Blackstock.

    Blessings,
    Cindy W.
    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. This one doesn't release until March so it's not eligible either. Feel free to try for two more titles -- must already be out though. Good luck,Cindy.

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    2. Sorry again, how about Until We Find Home by Cathy Gohlke?

      Blessings,
      Cindy W.
      countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

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    3. No worries, Cindy, I don't think my instructions were all that clear. Fixed it now. Good luck!

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  5. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

    psalm103and138atgmaildotcom

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    1. I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of this one! Good luck, Caryl.

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  6. The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron
    psalm103and138atgmaildotcom

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    1. Oops -- this one doesn't release until February so feel free to add another title that is already released. Good luck, Caryl.

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  7. The Writing Desk by Rachael Hauck
    psalm103and138atgmaildotcom

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    1. That one is awesomesauce! Good luck, Caryl.

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  8. The Innkeeper's Daughter by Michelle Griep. (it's in the CBD catalog in print, bt doesn't release for another month or so.) Does that count?

    dianalflowers(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. Ah -- so I see my library lingo is confusing people. To us folks in the biz 'in print' means published...so already out and available to buy but I think you Kindle readers are thinking ebook vs print book, right? Sorry about that. So, I've added 'already released' to my rules above. Phew. So, no, according to Amazon, this book doesn't release until March. So, choose another one.

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    2. I kinda thought so, but wasn't 100% sure. Sorry, Ms. Librarian. (wink) So I like the sound of the one Tracey mentioned below: Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson.

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    3. Sorry for the confusion. Good luck, Diana!

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    4. Not a problem, Kav! I figured that's what you meant and I should have simply asked!

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  9. Falling For You by Becky Wade (if this doesn't count I'll pick another)

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    1. Same thing -- this one doesn't release until May. So pick another book that has already released.

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    2. Ok, here's another pick. Thank you!

      A Stranger at Fellsworth by Sarah Ladd

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    3. You can't go wrong with Sarah Ladd!

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  10. Oath of Honor by Lynette Eason

    Thanks for the fun giveaway, Kav! :-)

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    1. Now this one, I can do! Good luck, Diana.

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  11. "The View From Rainshadow Bay" by Colleen Coble.
    jacsmi75 at gmail dot com

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  12. "If I Live" by Terri Blackstock.

    THANKS, Kav, for this wonderful giveaway. And love your review of the non-fiction book. Have heard so much about it and want to order it!

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    1. Only the Lacemaker qualifies as If I Live and The View From Rainshadow Bay haven't released yet. My in print reference is library lingo for already published but I see that in this Kindle age it could look like physical book versus ebook. Sorry about that.

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  13. Sacred Rest is such a fascinating topic to discuss. It makes me think of the verse in Timothy, "But godliness, with contentment is great gain". Sacred rest equals contentment because my focus is centered on Him. Thanks for sharing this.
    For the giveaway I had to go to my backlist wish list. I have heard this historical is excellent and am determined to get to it this year.

    Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson
    Thanks Kav
    tracey14567 at gmail dot com

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    1. Oooh -- love that word 'contentment' -- that's exactly what this book is about. You summed it up in one word. Sigh...and I have a lot of work to do on that. Good luck, Tracey.

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  14. Another one I want to read this year is Roseanna White's new series, A Name Unknown.

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  15. Also the second book in that series,
    A Song Unheard.
    Hope you have a great weekend Kav,
    and happy reading to you and all my Best Reads friends!

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    1. I love Roseanna White as well. Excited for that second book that just released. Woot! Good luck, Tracey.

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  16. Ooh, an opportunity to get all (and by all, I mean potentially one) of the books I didn't get get for Christmas!

    1. The Illusionist's Apprentice by Kristy Cambron

    rachaeldalquist AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. If you don't win it and you are a kindle reader, I just saw it's on sale for $1.99

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    2. lol -- yes, much catch up with those Christmas lists. And that's a great tip from Tracey. Good luck, Rachael.

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  17. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz. Dying to read it!

    ckbarker at gmail dot com

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  18. 2. When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin

    rachaeldalquist AT yahoo DOT com

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  19. 3. A Dangerous Legacy by Elizabeth Camden

    rachaeldalquist AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. Two awesomesauce books! Good luck, Rachael.

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  20. Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate for my second choice.

    ckbarker at gmail.com

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  21. The Writing Desk by Rachel Hauck.

    ckbarker at gmail dot com

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    1. I have Before We Were Yours on my TBR pile! I will be reading and reviewing soon. Good luck, Cheryl.

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  22. Never Forget by Jody Hedlund

    nina4sm at gmail dot com

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  23. A Quarter for a Kiss by Mindy Starns Clark

    nina4sm at gmail dot com

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  24. The Buck Stops Here by Mindy Starns Clark

    nina4sm at gmail dot com

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    1. I am trying to get all those Mindy Starns Clark's mysteries from my library...they only have two and I think they need to be read in order. Anyway, good luck, Sylvia.

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  25. 1. Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

    melodybissonnette AT gmail DOT com

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  26. 3. The First Gift by Ruth Logan Herne

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    1. I loved The First Gift -- Ruth Logan Herne is such an awesome author. Good luck, Melody.

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  27. All This Time by Melissa Tagg

    colorvibrant at gmail dot com

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  28. An Uncommon Courtship by Kristi Ann Hunter

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    1. Lovely choices, Heidi. Good luck.

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  29. Sorry for the confusion, Kav....I will list two others:
    Until We Find Home by Cathy Gohlke
    jacsmi75 at gmail dot com

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  30. Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren

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    1. No worries, Jackie, it was my inept wording that confused people. :-) Good luck!

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  31. Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

    Thanks so much Kav! Happy weekend!

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    1. I am about to dive into this one so if you don't win it here keep an eye out for a future giveaway. Good luck, Heidi.

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  32. The Illusionist's Apprentice by Kristy Cambron
    psalm103and138atgmaildotcom

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  33. Hi Kav!
    Sacred Rest sounds like great book for my spiritual reading wish list.😊

    All This Time by Melissa Tagg
    Worthy2bpraisedATgmailDOTcom

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  34. The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano

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  35. Hearts Entwined by Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connelly, Regina Jennings; Melissa Jaguars

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    1. Hi Merry! First and third are good but your second choice, The Saturday Night Supper Club doesn't release until February so it doesn't work for this giveaway. Feel free to choose another one that has already been published. Good luck!

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  36. The Redeeming by Tamara Leigh
    Elly -Indiana-
    jcservantslaveATicloudDOTcom

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  37. The Kindling by Tamara Leigh
    Elly -Indiana
    jcservantslaveATicloudDOTcom
    (As you may have noticed, I'm trying to collect the whole series, lol)

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  38. The Longing by Tamara Leigh
    Elly -Indiana-
    jcservantslaveATicloudDOTcom
    (And yes, I did make sure that these books are available in print through Amazon beforehand, so you wouldn't have to look it up 😉)

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    1. It definitely looks like I need to read this series! And thanks for checking on Amazon, Elly. Good luck.

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  39. You know how we love these readers choice giveaways!

    #1 The Lacemaker - Laura Frantz

    pattymh2000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  40. #2 The Esther Paradigm - Sarah Monzon

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    1. Oohhh -- the Esther Paradigm - I totally want to read that one. It is on a ton of best of 2017 lists. Good luck, Patty.

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  41. Fascinating non-fiction book! Appreciate the review of it. Also is fun to do a retro "keeper shelf wish list". So, my first one is A Heart Most Certain by Melissa Jagears, 2016. Is still available on Christianbook and will check that on others as am using that as my reference point.

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    1. We can never keep up with all the books out there -- retro or current. Love Melissa Jagears. I have Love So True from last year on my TBR pile right now. Good luck, CC.

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  42. #3 A Name Unknown - Roseanna White

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  43. True to You by Becky Wade 2017

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    1. You can't go wrong with a Becky Wade book! Good luck, CC.

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  44. Okay, so it was way to hard to choose ONE book in print, so I'm just now commenting.....Kav, are you out of your mind crazy....LOL!!!

    I'm going to pick some "retro" ones, ones I've had on my MUST READ list forever, lol!

    1.) The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron

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  45. And the second book in this series:

    2.) A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron

    I've heard SUCH good things about these two books :-)

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  46. My third choice to complete my set on the shelf is:

    3.) Through the Shadows by Karen Barnett

    teamob4 (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Epic choices! It's hard to keep up with all these great books, isn't it? Good luck, Trixi.

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  47. 1. High as the Heavens by Kate Breslin

    pmkellogg56[at]gmail[dot]com

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  48. 2. Undeniably Yours by Becky Wade

    pmkellogg56[at]gmail[dot]com

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    1. Powerhouse authors! Good luck, Pam.

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  50. 3. A Song of Home by Susie Finkbeiner

    pmkellogg56[at]gmail[dot]com

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    1. This one looks awesome! I've never heard of this author before. Good luck, Pam.

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  53. Sorry....got really excited about the three fiction books that I totally messed up my comments. Thanks for introducing an awesome non-fiction book today; I’m not a big fan of non-fiction, but it’s good to stretch my reading borders.

    Now onto the fiction selections....
    Imperfect Justice by Cara Putman

    mindyhoung AT msn DOT com

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  54. Long Time Gone by Mary Connealy

    mindyhoung AT msn DOT com

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    1. lol -- I know, we get a bit giddy when it comes to books. Hard not to. Good luck, Mindy.

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  55. The One True Love of Alice Ann by Eva Marie Everson, 2017. Thanks!

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    1. This is a new one to me -- haven't read anything by Eva Marie Everson in a while. Must put this on my list too. Good luck, CC.

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  56. The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

    mindyhoung AT msn DOT com

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    1. That is such a good book!!! Good luck, Mindy.

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  57. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  58. The Writing Desk by Rachel Hauk

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  59. Falling For You by Becky Wade

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    1. An awesome selection right there. Good luck, Lori.

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  60. A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin
    paulams49ATsbcglobalDOTnet

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  61. Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin
    paulams49ATsbcglobalDOTnet

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  62. A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna White.
    paulams49ATsbcglobalDOTnet

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. You're welcome, Paula.Good luck!

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  63. Amish Cooking Class - The Blessing
    by Wanda E. Brunstetter
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  64. Change of Heart (A Keepsake Pocket Quilt Novel)
    by Molly Jebber
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  65. An Amish Winter: Home Sweet Home, A Christmas Visitor, When Winter Comes
    by Amy Clipston,‎ Kelly Irvin,‎ Barbara Cameron
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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    1. So many great Amish books out there. I haven't read any of these either. Good luck, Kay.

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  66. Ok so I LOVE these giveaways, but this one's narrowing down was slightly painful! LOL!

    So my first on is :
    Many Sparrows
    by Lori Benton

    Amada
    amada_chavezATyahooDOTcom

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    1. That is an excellent book! Good luck, Amada.

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  67. 2 is Sweetbriar Cottage
    by Denise Hunter

    Amada
    amada_chavezATyahooDOTcom

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  68. And 3 is Her Cherokee Groom
    by Valerie Hansen

    I am all over the place with my genres! LOL!

    Many Blessings,
    Amada
    amada_chavezATyahooDOTcom

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    1. You're an eclectic reader, Amada! Good luck.

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  69. 3. Before We Were Yours...Lisa Wingate
    leliamae54(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. I think this one has been one of the most requested today. Good luck, Lucy.

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  71. A Dangerous Legacy by Elizabeth Camden

    pwestfall7 at hotmail dot com

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  72. The Lacemaker by Laura Franz

    pwestfall7 at hotmail dot com

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  73. Hi Kav!My #1 is Imperfect Justice by Cara Putnam
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Excellent choice, Maryann! Good luck.

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  74. A song Unheard by Roseanna White
    Thanks, Kav, these giveaways are always fun.

    pwestfall7 at hotmail dot com

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  75. When the Bishop Needs an Alibi by Vannetta Chapman
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  76. A Place at Our Table by Amy Clipston
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Thanks for the fun giveway Kav!

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    1. Just read When the Bishop Needs an Alibi so look for that one in a week or two on this blog. Love that series. Good luck, Maryann.

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  77. So much fun to look for books! Here are 3 on my wishlist:

    1. A Time to Stand by Robert Whitlow

    (Dianna - dedezoomsalot at yahoo dot com)

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  78. 2. Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay

    (I've read this already, but gave my copy away and would love to read it again!)

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    1. I've read your first and third choices, Dianna, and they are definitely good reads. A Time to Stand sound intriguing...don't know how that one missed my radar in 2017. Good luck.

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  80. Hi Kav. Your's is the second review I've seen of this book. Rest is becoming a real theme this year. I think it has come just in time. :)

    Now for my should I win choices.

    1 - The Ladies of Ivy Cottage by Julie Klassen

    kellyblackwellwrites(at)gmail(dot)com

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  81. 2 - The Illusionist's Apprentice by Kristy Cambron
    Don't you just love her?

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  82. Oh and 3 - The House on Foster Hill by Jaiie Jo Write. :)

    Thanks!

    kellyblackwellwrites(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Yes -- rest seems more essential than ever before. So thankful for great Christian Fiction that helps brings some of that sacred rest into my life! Good luck, Kelly.

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  83. #2
    Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
    I wasn't sure that this would qualify
    Thanks
    iamabho AT gmail DOT com

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  84. #3

    Change of Heart (A Keepsake Pocket Quilt Novel)
    by Molly Jebber
    Thank You very much
    iamabho AT gmail DOT com

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    1. I just checked Before We Were Yours on Amazon -- it has over 4000 reviews and 80% of them are 5 star!!! I'm familiar with Lisa Wingate's writing, of course, but didn't realize that this is published with Ballantine but it's available on Christianbooks so....yes, it qualifies. I have a copy from the library on my TBR pile. Must get reading it. Good luck, Linda.

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    2. Great Thank You
      Those are My 3 Choices then
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  85. Hi Kav, thanks for your amazing reviews. Your blog is one of my favourites!
    My first choice is I Always Cry At Weddings by Sara Goff.
    Thanks for this opportunity.

    -Lydia

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  86. My second choice would be The Colonel’s Lady.
    Thanks!

    - Lydia

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  87. My final choice would be The Queen by Steven James.

    Thank you so much.

    - Lydia

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    1. Thanks, Lydia. I've never read anything by Sara Goff or Steven James before. Must check into them. Good luck.

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  88. Before We Were Yours, I heard so much about this book.

    cenya2 (at)hotmail (dot)com

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    1. I know -- that one that created quite the buzz, hasn't it? Good luck, Marjorie.

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  89. #1 Be Still My Soul by Joanne Bischof

    samanthabis23 at gmail dot com

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  90. #2 A Stray Drop of Blood by Roseanna M. White

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  91. #3 As Waters Gone By by Cynthia Ruchti

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  92. Trouble Water by Susan May Warren

    Amanda T. - ladysnowangel AT gmail DOT com

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  93. Oops, messed my own email address up...

    ladysnowangelphotos AT gmail DOT com

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    1. Lots of great contemporary reading there, Amanda. Good luck.

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  94. I've been so busy lately with my daughter returning home after being gone for 6 months, that I almost forgot to swing by. It's always so fun and generous of you conducting these giveaways. :-) My first choice is:

    1.) The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner. (only because I loved it so much and want my own copy to read again.)

    tlhcoupon(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  95. My second choice is a book that is a third and final book of a series, I have the first two and have yet to read the last.

    2.) Surrendered by Kariss Lynch

    tlhcoupon(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  96. Third and final choice:

    3.) Buried Secrets by Rachel J. Good

    Thank you, Kav. I enjoy you so much and the time you invest towards our love of reading.

    tlhcoupon(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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    1. You're welcome, Terrill. Enjoy time with your daughter! How exciting is that?! And I've never heard of Karissa Lynch before. Going to check her out. Good luck.

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  97. 1. Katie In Waiting by Erynn Mangum

    mo1202007ATyahooDOTcom

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  98. 2. Deadly Exchange by Lisa Harris

    mo1202007ATyahooDOTcom

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  99. 3. View from Rainshadow Bay by Colleen Coble

    mo1202007ATyahooDOTcom

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  100. I enjoy reading mysteries so any book that is a mystery would be fine with me.
    Janet E.
    von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

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