Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt Stop #18 Margaret Daley

» Posted on Nov 2, 2016 in Blog | 28 comments

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Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all 31 stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 3 grand prizes!

  • The hunt BEGINS with Stop #1 at Lisa Bergren’s site at this link:  http://lisatawnbergren.com/2016/11/christian-fiction-scavenger-hunt-stop-1-2/.
  • Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer).
  • There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt—you have all weekend (until Sunday, 11/6)! So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books.
  • Submit your entry for the grand prizes by collecting the clue on each author’s scavenger hunt post and submitting your answer in the Rafflecopter form at Stop #31. Many authors are offering additional prizes along the way!

I’m thrilled to host and introduce Kristen Heitzmann, a romantic suspense writer, one of my favorite genres to read. Told You Twice has 75 reviews and 4.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon.

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Blurb for Told You Twice

Alexis Murphy is done messing with the wrong kinds of men. She could not be happier planning a personalized Grace Evangeline wedding with her fiancé, Jeffrey, who is so right for her. Or is he? Stage star and spokesmodel, Bo Corrigan, could be the ultimate disruption. Alexis—Exi—is caught by his talent and sexual magnetism. Yet under the glow, she senses trouble, not only danger from Bo’s past mistakes, but something inside tearing him apart. From the moment Bo sees Exi, he knows she’s special, but not only that—she’s real. Unlike the theater scene he’s been immersed in, she sees the man he is and won’t stop until she’s reached inside and brought that person from despair to life … if only they have time. With violent forces against them, can they get beyond the damage to love that heals and restores?

 

Saving our Lost Youth By Kristen Heitzmann:

Writing Told You Twice was quite an experience. Following Grace and Devin’s humorous and poignant story in Told You So, I imagined black sheep Bo’s tale would be similar in scope. He disagreed. As more and more of his backstory and struggles came out, the plot took some twists I hadn’t seen coming. One of these required I research New York City street kids. Let me just say, that was heartbreaking research. Homeless, hopeless, abused, and addicted kids are prevalent across the nation, and the problem gets worse every day. The war on drugs has little effect when it comes to keeping heroin, meth and other street drugs out of homes, schools, and neighborhoods where we would never suspect a cartel presence. And when children get hooked, the agony throughout the family and community is incomparable. It’s as if their identity has been stolen. The damage of neglect and abuse in the families that are supposed to protect kids lands youth on the street fending for themselves in any way they can. Their anger and vulnerability turn us off. They’re rebellious and dishonest, looking for their next high. With more people dying now from overdose than traffic accidents, it seems a hopeless, helpless situation. But there are organizations like Covenant House, https://www.covenanthouse.org/ committed to restoring these kids, to giving them the unconditional love of a family some have never known, to believing in them, educating them, helping them find their worth—maybe for the first time ever. This is only one part of what Beau encounters in Told You Twice, but I hope my story raises awareness of these vulnerable ones. And I hope you’ll enjoy Bo’s journey from heartthrob icon to, well, you’ll have to read it to see.

Bio for Kristen Heitzmann:

91lv3wjfrwl-_ux250_ Kristen Heitzmann is an Internationally published, award-winning author of contemporary romantic suspense, psychological suspense, and historical novels. She is a fiction teacher and conference speaker. An artist and mountain hiker, Kristen lives in Colorado with her family, pets, and wildlife.

Here’s Stop #18 Skinny:

You can order Kristen’s book here at Amazon.

Clue for Stop #18 is: in the

Link to Stop #19, the Next Stop on the Loop: Kristen Heitzmann’s own site is here!

Bonus Giveaway from Margaret Daley:

But Wait! Before you leave, I have my own extra giveaway for anyone who wants to enter below. In celebration for my current release about Texas Rangers (High-Risk Reunion Book 1 in Lone Star Justice), I’m giving away to 3 winners a copy of my first book in The Men of the Texas Rangers series from Abingdon Press, Saving Hope. These books are contemporary romantic suspense stories about the Texas Rangers who are part of the state police of Texas.

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28 Comments

  1. Already subscribed to newsletter , liked Facebook page and Amazon author page. Thanks fir being part of the scavenger hunt.

    • Thanks, Deana, for stopping by.

  2. Subscribed to newsletter, following on Goodreads, Amazon, FaceBook, Bookbub, and Twitter. Thanks for being part of the hunt!

  3. Becky, thanks for stopping by.

  4. Signed for your newsletter and look forward to learning more about you and your writing.

    • Thanks, Evelyn. I have a giveaway in my newsletters as well as special deals often.

  5. Already a newsletter subscriber. Look forward to this hunt every year!

    • Gail, this hunt is always fun.

  6. I love reading your books!

    • Thanks, Donna. That means a lot to me.

  7. New subscriber. Thanks

    • Thanks for signing up, Tish.

  8. LOVE your books!!! Following on BookBub, Amazon, & Facebook…plus reading your books…Thanks!!

    • Margie, I appreciate you stopping by.

  9. I always look forward to a new title by either of you. You are amazing authors.

  10. Shirley, thanks. I agree Kristen has wonderful stories.

  11. Thank you for this chance.

    • You’re welcome, Cheryl. I’m glad you stopped by.

  12. Follow on Facebook, Bookbub, Twitter, Newsletter and have enjoyed the books of yours I’ve read so far. Thanks for taking time to interact with us!

    • You’re welcome, Lisa. Thanks for stopping by.

  13. Hi Margaret, good to see you here on “the Hunt”, thanks for giving info on Kristen, I enjoy reading both of you ladies. I have met a few new to me authors along the way.
    Have a great weekend.

    Paula O

    • Pauline, you’re welcome. I hope you have a great week coming up.

  14. Margaret, really love your books. Thanks for the giveaway.

    • Thanks, Linda. I’m glad you stopped by.

  15. How did you convince the police officer in your guest post to let you be a cop for the day? I’ve always wanted to do that!!!

    • Melanie, I wasn’t a cop for the day (although I would love to do that too). I was in class at the Writer’s Police Academy, and he taught me what a police officer would do to clear a house.

  16. suscribed

  17. Congratulations to Donna, Sierra and Charlotte for winning my giveaway–an autograph copy of Saving Hope.

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