Saturday, June 15, 2019

The Miting ~ Giveaway

     I've been working my way through our storage room and attic, cleaning, organizing, and downsizing. In the process I have come up with this stack of Amish related books that I've decided is time to find a new home and allow some other people to enjoy them.
     My plan is to do a giveaway every Saturday for one of them.
     Up first is The Miting. I had talked about this one when I first read it, and I still feel the same way about it. You can read that post here.


      To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment about a book that you have enjoyed reading.
      For additional entries link to this giveaway on your blog, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or other social media and then come back and leave another comment to tell me where you posted. (One entry per comment, so if you link to more than one social media account please be sure to leave an individual comment for each one.)
     I will be choosing the winner using the random generator next Saturday June 22nd.
     Giveaway is now closed and winner chosen.

20 comments:

  1. Anne of Green Gables has always been a favorite of mine.

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  2. Where the crawdads sing is one of my favorites though it is not Christian fiction it is something I can relate to very much.

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  3. The best book of fiction I've ever read is The Hidden Hand by E.D.E.N. Southworth. I've read it three times, which I rarely do, because it is that good. Thank you for a delightful giveaway.

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  4. My favorite book would have to be Little Women. I first read as a child and again as an adult. Each time I believe I gained wisdom and insight. Thanks for this opportunity

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  5. My favourite book is A Tale of Two Cities. I live in Canada so I am not sure if I am able to enter. shawm@rogers.com
    Marion Shaw

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  6. My favorite book is the "Chronicles of Narnia" series. I guess that's more than one book isn't it?
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  7. My mom and I both enjoyed White Christmas Pie.

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  8. Heidi has always been one of my favorites. In fact, I'm reading it to my daughter right now. MZ

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  9. I like the guideposts books the best, they have several series out.

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  10. My favorite books are anything by Max Lucado. So much wisdom, and so much insight!

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  11. Does a book of the Bible count? Right now, I am reading the Book of Acts. Though I have read it before, I am currently reading it out loud to my almost-six-year-old daughter. Never has it been so meaningful to me as this time. I pray that the words therein will soak into her precious little heart (and that of her three-year-old sister, listening in the background while she plays), that God will use His word in her life to one day soon lead her to salvation.

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  12. I enjoyed Cindy Woodsmall's When the Heart Cries. A very touching book in the Sisters of the Quilt series. Vivian Furbay jtandviv (at) q (dot) com

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  13. I have a long list of books I enjoyed reading but its Christy by Catherine Marshall that takes the top spot. Others are the Troublesome Creek series by Jan watson, the Love Comes Softly series by Jeannette Oak and some by Jane Kirkpatrick are favorites also.

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  14. I just finished reading Two Weeks by Karen Kingsbury. Love her books, but also Wanda Brunstetter, Cindy Woodsmall. Oh my, I read a lot. Love it

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  15. I also posted this to FB. Thank you

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  16. I have so many books I have loved...but some I re-read every so often are some of the best...non-fiction on top of that. Grass of the Earth by Aagot Raaen...and Sod and Stubble by John Ise. I cannot recommend these books enough. Also reread James Herriots books every so often. I bet I have read them all 5 or 6 times.

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  17. Susie....a biography about Susannah Spurgeon. Life changing. Looking forward to reading the autobiography series of her husband Charles H. Spurgeon.

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  18. I have enjoyed Janette Oake and all of her Christian fiction series. Also the Emily of New Moon series by Lucy Maud Montgomery.

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  19. Currently reading the Clockmaker's Daughter by
    Kate Morton. Historical fiction is my favorite genre.

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  20. I love Little Women, I love reading my Bible every day,I enjoy the Anne of Green Gables series, I enjoy Jan Karon. I enjoy many of the Amish fiction writers. I enjoy reading cookbooks.

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Thank you so much for taking time to comment. I love hearing your thoughts.