Friday, May 1, 2015

Celebration Giveaway

It's May, the April A-Z challenge is over, there is a certain feeling of anticipation in the air, and I'm in the mood to celebrate!

I was digging through our books yesterday and happened upon this one.


My Journey to Freedom is a memoir of one woman's journey of growing up and leaving the Amish. I probably won't be reading it again, and rather than tucking it into the attic I thought I would pass it along to one of you.

If you would like a chance to have it leave a comment telling me what was the last book you read, and did you enjoy it?

I will be selecting a winner on Monday, May 4th.

29 comments:

Denise said...

I read "Great Expectations" on my Nook, and yes, I enjoyed reading it.

Betsy said...

I read "Devoted" by Aaron Chambers and yes I did enjoy it. Our church is reading it together and are doing a sermon series based on it. This week was about listening to God.
Blessings,
Betsy

Linda Maendel said...

The last book I read was 'Buried Secrets' by Irene Hannon, and I enjoyed it very much, as it's my favourite genre mystery.

Tiffiny said...

The last book I read was Memorial day by Vince Flynn. I have enjoyed this whole series.

Paula Kaye said...

The last book I read was Eureka Streets. A novel about Ireland. Yes, I would love to win this book

Grace said...

"The Love Letters" by Beverly Lewis. This book was a little different from her other books. At first I was disappointed, but then I really got into it and enjoyed it quite a lot.

wendy said...

the last book I read was an autobiography of Neil Patrick Harris ( Broadway theatre and television actor)

thanks for the giveaway

Jo said...

I am reading Ghost Story by Jim Butcher before that I read Woven by David P. King and Michael Jensen. Love both books.

Elizabethd said...

I read the newest Mitford book, Somewhere safe with Somebody good, by Jan Karon, and loved it.
Thank you for giving away such an interesting book.

Down On The Farm said...

I read I, Saul by Jerry B. Jenkins on my Nook. Great book!

quintuplicatemom said...

I've been reading Dorcas Smucker's 'Footprints on the Ceiling' and I love it.

Lady Anne said...

I just finished Debbie Macomber's "Blossom Street" series, and loved every word of them. They are the sort of books that would make good movies for a first date. Good clean love stories.

KQ Sue said...

Highland Justice on my Kindle. I do love the feel of a real book, don't have to worry about a battery losing it's charge or a page marker disappearing.

Mitzi said...

The last book I read was The Girl on the Train. It was interesting, but very confusing at first. Would love to win your book giveaway.

Twila said...

I'm sorry, I absolutely can't remember the title of the last book I read. But the one before that was The Scarlet Pimpernel and I did enjoy it. I hope that counts!

Nikki said...

The last book I read was Christian Childbirth. I would love to win a new book .:) Thanks for the chance.

Aafke Buijsman said...

The last book I've read was "Appointment in Jerusalem" by Derek Prince. I did enjoy that book.

Noah Hursh said...

The last book I read was Beautiful Child by Torey Hayden. She is a school teacher who works with troubled children... So heart rending the situations some of these Innocent children are in!

Leanne Lowry said...

The last book I read was a book about homeschooling. I love books on that topic :)

Linda from KY said...

ust about five minutes ago I finished reading the 5th book in a series of Jane Austen murder mysteries: Jane and the Stillroom Maid by Stephanie Barron. I don't usually enjoy Jane Austen fan fiction, but this series is absolutely delightful. Stephanie Barron is very faithful to Jane Austen's writing style.

curry35 said...

Hmmmmm lets see... I believe the last book i read was Cyrano de bergerac (well technically it's a play not a book... Hehe) as a school project... I'm kind of enjoying it, but we shall see because I have not finished it yet... :)

Thank you so much for this exciting giveaway, it looks like an intriguing book!!! :)

curry35 said...

Hmmmmm lets see... I believe the last book i read was Cyrano de bergerac (well technically it's a play not a book... Hehe) as a school project... I'm kind of enjoying it, but we shall see because I have not finished it yet... :)

Thank you so much for this exciting giveaway, it looks like an intriguing book!!! :)

Michelle Robel, J.D. said...

I just finished A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingways. I enjoyed it. I have never read a book by Hemmingway I haven't likes.

Sheryl S. said...

Very little time for reading. Your giveaway is very generous. The last book I read was Angel's Ashes by Frank McCourt.

Cyn said...

Last week I finished Growing Up Amish, by Ira Wagler.
Really enjoyed it. Would love to win this book

mrsmac said...

I am reading Divergent because the next movie about this is coming out soon. I don't love it at all but I do love to read. I read every day. I have bought and read and re read your Lily books. Love them!

Christie said...

I am reading "Sterling's Carrie" by Virginia Ott. It's a historical fictionalized biography about J. Sterling Morton's wife Caroline Morton and their life in Nebraska City (just 25 miles from our home). Love historical novels, especially those involving local history! Thank you for the chance to win. Enjoy your blog so much.

nolefan ocala said...

I came across my ancient copy of Gone With the Wind and am reading it for at least the fifth time...it just gets better every time I read it!

Blank Empty said...

The Lakota Way. I like to read books on how different cultures approach living life positively and I try to apply those principles in my own life whenever poissible. This book has some gems.