Monday, November 6, 2017

Weekly Windup: Still Time to Enter for Callum's Compass by Sara L. Foust


Saturday was release day for Sara and her book, Callum's Compass! You still have a chance to win one of the FIRST copies!
  If you enjoy Romantic Suspense, you're going to want to get your name in for this one.

Get an entry for answering this question in the comments...What is your favorite genre? And why?

 

This Week's Giveaway:

Callum's Compass by Sara L. Foust (ebook)

KAT WILLIAMS’S brother died in a gruesome accident in the mountains of East Tennessee. She blames herself.

RYAN JENKINS’S fiancée was murdered. He couldn’t protect her.

With the death of her brother, Kat believes she is unworthy of love from anyone—even God. When a good friend elicits a promise that she will stop living in the past and then leaves her clues to a real-life treasure hunt, Kat embarks on an adventure chock-full of danger. To find the treasure, Kat will have to survive wild animals—and even wilder men. Can she rely on Ryan, the handsome wildlife officer assigned to protect her . . . without falling in love?

Ryan swore off love when his fiancée was murdered, but feelings long-buried rise to the surface around Kat. He volunteers to help with her treasure hunt, vowing to keep her safe. Together they venture deep into caves and tunnels . . . and even deeper into the depths of their unplumbed hearts.


Comment on any post now through November 12th to get your name in the drawing! Winner will be announced in the November 13th issue of the Weekly Windup. Paperback giveaways are for U.S. residents only.

13 comments:

  1. I have several genres that I enjoy. Christisn historical fiction and Christian mystery/ suspense are my favorites.
    Blessings!
    Connie
    cps1950(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. I enjoy almost all subgenres in Christian fiction category except for Amish. I particularly love romantic suspense/thriller and historical romance. The books usually take place in settings and worlds I don't know much about so I love the educational aspect of the books as well.

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    1. That is such a fun aspect of books, isn't it, Mindy? I love to travel and books make it so much cheaper. ;)

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  3. Although my own books are Christian Romance Suspense, my favorite genre is Historical Romance, especially those set in Ireland, England, or Scotland. I also enjoy some fantasy.

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    1. Wow, so you actually write outside of your favorite genre? That's neat!

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  4. I have enjoyed Christian fiction and historical fiction along with romance since childhood. It's nice to have more authors writing these genres today. I still have a few of my early Christian fiction books by Moody Press that spoke to me as a young child. I do read other genres also but these are my favorite.
    marilynridgway78 [at{gmail {dot}com

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  5. I love a good "who done it". Give me a mystery and I'm a happy woman. It started with Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden, and the Hardy Boys.
    Janet E.
    von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Me too! Nancy Drew was an absolute favorite of mine growing up!

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  6. This book sounds really good. I would love to enter! maddycrone(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. I love almost all of the Christian genres. Not the paranormal or sci-fi. I would love to win a copy of this book!

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