This week Deb Kastner and Janet Chester Bly with Giveaways

» Posted on Nov 24, 2014 in Blog | 10 comments

Congratulations to Melanie for winning Susan Sleeman’s Silent Night Standoff and to Shirley for winning Jan Watson’s Buttermilk Sky.

This week I’m hosting  Deb Kastner with Yuletide Baby (US only) and Janet Chester Bly with Wind in the Wires (US Print; Ebook Worldwide). If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (Nov. 30th) evening.

9780373879281Bio for Deb Kastner:

~~Love Courageously~~
Award-winning author Deb Kastner’s contemporary western romances contain sigh-worthy heroes and strong heroines facing obstacles that draw them closer to each other and the Lord. She lives on Colorado’s beautiful Front Range with her husband and a pack of miscreant mutts. She has three grown daughters and two wonderful grandchildren. Spoiling the grandkids is her favorite hobby, but she also enjoys movies, music, reading and musical theater.

Blurb for Yuletide Baby by Deb Kastner:

A Christmas Surprise

Shawn O’Riley is shocked to find a baby girl abandoned at his church on Christmas Eve. He’s a pastor and a cowboy—not a daddy! Haunted by family tragedy, he’s not sure he can risk his heart to baby Noelle—or to anyone else. But he needs help.

Experienced foster mom Heather Lewis was anticipating a quiet holiday. When Shawn pops up at her door, she’s happy to show him the ropes of baby care—but isn’t prepared for the way he melts the walls around her heart.

Can Shawn and Heather give each other the best Christmas gift of all—family and love?

COWBOY COUNTRY: Surprise babies lead to unexpected love in Texas

PrintBio for Janet Chester Bly:

Janet Chester Bly is a city girl with a country heart. She doesn’t corral horses or mow her own lawn. “I’m no womba woman,” she says. But she followed her husband award-winning western author Stephen Bly to the Idaho mountain top village of Winchester to write books and minister to a small church. When she lost him, she stayed. She manages the online Bly Books bookstore, rakes lots of Ponderosa pine needles and cones, and survives the long winter snows.

Janet Chester Bly has authored and co-authored with Stephen 32 contemporary and historical fiction and inspirational and family-themed nonfiction books. She and her three sons—Russell, Michael and Aaron–completed her late husband’s last novel, Stuart Brannon’s Final Shot. The story of that family project can be find on her website blog under the series topic “Finishing Dad’s Novel”:http://www.BlyBooks.com/blog/Wind in the Wires is her first solo adult Indie novel.

Blurb for Wind in the Wires by Janet Chester Bly:

A cowgirl searches for love and family. An old man seeks justice. They take a journey in a Ford Model T that exposes lies and betrayal. And two cold case murders. Will the truth be too hard for either to bear?

When elderly, quirky Road’s End citizen Maidie Fortress dies, her uncle Seth Stroud presents Reba with an expensive necklace that turns Reba’s world upside down. She’s led down unexpected paths and toward unsuspected admirers. Will the facts also ruin all hope for romance? 

 

10 Comments

  1. would love to win.

  2. I would love to be entered to win either of the books. Thank you for the opportunity.

    :DSmiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

  3. Wow Margaret, both look like wonderful books. I would enjoy reading them. Thank you for the opportunity to win. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Blessings
    eppersonkatrina(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. Both books sound interesting and would love to win one.

    imabrassy1 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  5. Wind in the Wires would be memorable and captivating. Thanks.

  6. Love both authors! Thanks for the opportunity!

  7. Looks interesting

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  8. Both books look fabulous.

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  9. Thank you for sharing these wonderful interviews and giveaways!

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  10. These sound great! Thank you, Margaret!

    melback at cebridge dot net

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