Thursday, November 7, 2013

Fall In Love With A Novella

We are featuring novella length books below. Each of the authors is going to give away a Kindle copy of their book through Amazon. Winners will be chosen at random from all comments received, so please leave a comment with your email address below.

For fun, we have asked the authors to post the first full paragraph on page 25 from their book.

Enjoy discovering new Christian-themed fiction, discover new authors along the way, and "Fall in Love with a Novella".

Laura J. Marshall

“It’s taking some adjusting. It’s awfully quiet. Each room is …” She struggled to find the words. “somehow its own island.” She stretched her hand out and touched a climbing vine as they passed close to the keep wall. The wind picked the vine up and blew it out and away from the stones, spraying them with a light shower. Tara laughed as she wiped at her face, “There seems to forever be a stiff breeze here, especially at the cliff.”

Suzanne D. Williams

Andre entertained himself for several hours in the library, pouring over ancient tomes he’d bet were worth as much, if not more, than the art glass he’d yet to see. He wandered into the parlor afterward half-hoping Cerise would appear, but it wasn’t until supper was served that he saw her again.

Kelly Hagen

Looking up after zipping her suitcase, Nadia caught her reflection in the mirror above her dresser. That unsettled expression was starting to seem normal.

Beverly Nault

"Cheeks warming, Stephanie chided herself for not realizing Brandon would probably be at the stables. With Rose. And no doubt he'd witnessed her break into a run when one of the horses blew its nose at her during her pasture crossing."

Erin Rainwater

"Fortunately, the “lite cooking” part of the job meant Clare only had to prepare meals when the full-time cook was off. Or was fired. Or had quit."

Suzanne D. Williams  
Suzanne Williams Photography  
Florida, USA 

Suzanne Williams is a native Floridian, wife, and mother, with a penchant for spelling anything, who happens to love photography.


debbie curto said...

I have read Glass and how 2 of the others ones so if we win do we get to pick whack one we want!

Shadowwolf said...

These sounds like wonderful books!!

Thank you for this giveaway! :)


Susan Johnson said...

These sounds like good books. I love novellas, because I can read one quickly if I don't have a lot of time to read. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

susanmsj at msn dot com

Susan Johnson said...

These sound like good books. I like novellas because I can read one quickly at those times when I don't have much time to read.
susanmsj at msn dot com

Sheila Deeth said...

Those random paragraphs are such a neat idea, especially coupled with the book covers. Lovely giveaway

sheiladeeth at gmail dot com

Valerie Gay said...

I love looking at book covers. The saying may be don't judge a book by it's cover, but in this art form, the covers Are critical. They do help "sell" the book. In this case, I love the work that was done on the cover of "Glass!"

Ellen said...

Great idea of using the covers. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words. Have read and thoroughly enjoyed books by Suzanne Williams, Laura Marshall, and Neverly Nault. Thanks for the offer.

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