Monday, June 8, 2015

Weekly Windup: We have a winner!

Congratulations to Kimp who was the winner of  The Beast of Stratton by Renee Blare!

If you are a winner, please contact us here with your address to claim your prize. 

This Week's Giveaway is:

Digital Copies of The Entire Orphan Train Series by Teresa Lilly!

*Book will be in PDF or Smashwords format. PDFs can be read on a kindle, or similar e-reader.

Many children have ridden the orphan trains and found new families in the west, bu In these three stories, lovely young women who go along on orphan trains to oversee the children, also find homes and love in the west. 
Orphan Train Belle: In this novella, Maribelle is asked to leave the orphanage at age eighteen, she isn't sure where to go or what to do, so she jumps at the chance to ride the Orphan Train and help take care of the twenty-four children.
At the final stop in Missouri, she is once again concerned about her future return to Boston, but when a handsome man asks if he can 'adopt' her to help take care of 'Connie', she immediatly agrees.
Will Maribelle, 'Belle' find a home and love in Missouri or have to return to the orphan life in Boston.

Orphan Train Bride for Christmas: All Holly wants is to join her younger brother in Golden, Colorado with his adopted father for Christmas, so when the opportunity to ride on the Orphan Train arises, she jumps at the chance. However, her unexpected arrival in town right before Christmas is not what Jake Carson had planned for Christmas, but since she is his adopted son Tommy's sister, he feels he must take her in for the holiday. Will Holly find a new home in Golden, Colorado and perhaps a true love by Christmas? 

Orphan Train Bride: When Kelli heads west on the orphan train as a helper, she expects to return to the orphanage and live her life there as an old maid, but once she sees the town of Emporia, she desires to stay.
After overhearing a cowboy telling the general store owner that he is looking for a mail order bride, Kelli rushes forward to offer herself.

Will Carter accept her as his wife? Will he adopt the small boy who is left over on the train? and what is the underlying reason that Carter wants a wife? Is it for love?

and when a natural catastrophe takes place, will Kelli and Carter's rocky relationship be able to endure? 

This giveaway runs through June 14th. Comment on any post between now and then to enter, and remember, the more comments you make, the more entries you earn!

    Winners will be announced in the Weekly Wind-up.

Coming Up This Week:

Monday: Peace in Change by Norma Gail Thurston
Tuesday: Food Fight by Terry Wangard
Wednesday: A recipe by Carol Stratton
Thursday: Reader Reaction by Crystal Barnes of Karen Witemeyer's A Worthy Pursuit
Friday: Book Review by Jodie Wolfe of Falcon by Ronie Kendig
Saturday: Heidi Main interviews Karen Witemeyer

We look forward to hanging out with you this week!

 Check out our Prizes Galore Page to see all our giveaways.


  1. My late friend used to regale me with stories if her landlady's work with theorphan trains in Northern NY. I've done some study since then. These look goid