This week Amber Stockton and Robin Shope

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Congratulations to Debbie for winning Kim Woodhouse’s Woodhouse Family Welcome Home Our Family’s Journey to Extreme Joy and to Denise for winning Amanda Cabot’s Scattered Petals.

This week I’m hosting Amber Stockton with Liberty’s Promise and Robin Shope with The Easter Edition. If you want to enter the drawing for the books, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week 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 The drawings end Sunday (Mar. 21st) evening.

Bio for Amber Stockton:

(Tiffany) Amber Stockton has been crafting and embellishing stories since childhood. Today, she is an author, speaker and freelance web site designer who lives with her husband and fellow author, Stuart, their toddler daughter and their border collie in Colorado. Amber has sold eight books so far to Barbour Publishing with more on the horizon. Other credits include writing articles for various publications, five short stories with Romancing the Christian Heart, and contributions to the books: 101 Ways to Romance Your Marriage and Grit for the Oyster. Read more about her at her web site:

Blurb for Liberty’s Promise:

Relive the birth of a new country as three women battle for determining to whom they can entrust their hearts. Raelene is all alone, but is there peace in following the wishes of her deceased father? Elanna is intelligent for her young age, but will her love for an older man turn into a passing fancy when his integrity is questioned? Margret’s loyalties are torn when the colonists rebel, for how can a relationship with a British soldier built on deceptions survive? Will each woman find her place of freedom to embrace her faith and trust her heart to love?

Bio for Robin Shope:

Robin Jansen Shope is the Special Education Coordinator at the Denton County Juvenile Justice System for at-risk kids by day. By night she is a romance and mystery writer. Holding four certifications in education, Robin is a former missionary. She has two grown children and a grandson. She resides in Dallas, Texas.

To date, her popular literary works include approximately two hundred articles in magazines such as Live, Lookout, Mennonite, Christian Reader, Decision, and Breakthrough. Other short stories appear in the books A Match Made in Heaven, Stories from the Heart, The Evolving Woman, and in the New York Times bestseller, In The Arms of Angels by Joan Wester-Anderson. Another two-dozen stories have been published in the Chicken Soup books. One story, “Mom’s Last Laugh,” was re-enacted for a PAX-TV program: It’s a Miracle.

Robin co-authored three thrillers, The Chase, The Replacement, and The Candidate with Revell. Wildcard is Robin’s fourth book, but her first with The Wild Rose Press. The Christmas Edition is part of a series (The Valentine Edition and now, The Easter Edition) and will be a movie Journey to Paradise at the end of 2010.

She co-authored a young adult book, Ruby Red, with former Cowboy football star, Kalen Thornton for sparklesoup, and is soon to have a slew of island mysteries, Wynn in the Willows with Point Yonder Press.

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Blurb for The Easter Edition:

Bridal shop owner, Carol Horn, designs one-of-a-kind gowns and listens to brides talk about their future with the man of their dreams. While she looks forward to being a bride herself someday, she feels there has to be more to life and is praying the Lord will show her the path she should take.

Luke Peters, the new assistant pastor of The Town Church, has a messy past that involves manslaughter and doing time at the Illinois Youth Commission. Ten years later, Luke comes to Turtle Creek, Wisconsin a changed man. Carol sees Luke as a man of God and the answer to her prayers, while others believe Luke Peters has only honed his skills as a conman.

Despite having surrendered her desires to God, Carol finds herself drawn to the new pastor, at the same time she decides to spend time overseas building an orphanage. Luke Peters falls hard for Carol and will stop at nothing to keep her in town, by his side, even if it means deception.