This week Kit Wilkinson and Diane Burke with a Giveaway

» Posted on Oct 14, 2013 in Blog | 13 comments

Congratulations to Karen for winning Jolene Navarro’s Lone Star Holiday and to Ellie for winning Deborah Raney’s Silver Bells.

This week I’m hosting  Kit Wilkinson with Return to Willow and Diane Burke with Dangerous Homecoming, novellas in Danger in Amish Country (US only). If you want to enter the drawings 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 (Oct. 20th) evening.

Bio for Kit Wilkinson:

Kit Wilkinson is a former Ph.D. student who once wrote discussions on the medieval feminine voice. She now prefers weaving stories of romance and suspense. Kit lives in central Virginia with her two children, where she teaches French, English and Public Speaking to the elite students of a small private academy.

Bio for Diane Burke:

Award-winning author, Diane Burke, has taken first place in the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery and Suspense in the inspirational category, she finaled in the prestigious ACFW Carol Award contest as well as in the Laurel Wreath.

Diane lives in central Florida tucked comfortably between the hubbub of Orlando’s Disney and Universal Studios and the quieter, historic St. Augustine. She is an avid reader, pet lover, and can frequently be found walking long stretches of beach.

Her fans can find her author’s page at or you can reach her by email at


Fall from Grace by Marta Perry 

When one of her students witnesses a crime, Sara Esch gets too close to the truth, and widower Caleb King must risk it all for the woman who’s taught him to love again. 

Dangerous Homecoming by Diane Burke 

Katie Lapp needs her childhood friend Joshua Miller more than ever when someone threatens her late husband’s farm. Can Joshua protect her… even if it endangers his heart?

Return to Willow Trace by Kit Wilkinson 

A series of accidents has startled their Plain community…and leads Lydia Stoltz to Joseph Yoder, the man who once broke her heart. At every turn, it seems their shared past holds the key to their future.

scavengerhunt2Save the date for the Fall Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! I’m participating in it with Severed Trust. We’ll be live Friday, 10/18 at NOON mountain time, and the hunt will go on through Sunday night, 10/20/13 (midnight, mountain). Now, I know you all are wondering about the prizes…Two runners-up will receive all 25 books in their mailbox, and the grand prize winner will get an iPad Mini 16GB! AND many authors taking part are offering additional prizes…Collective prizes total well over $1000!



  1. The novellas do sound fantastic.

  2. Good morning Margaret!

    I would love to entered to win the book offered this week. The Scavenger Hunt sounds fun as well.

    Have a great week!

    🙂 Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

  3. another wonderful selection of books, Margaret 🙂

  4. I am excited about good books so thank you for introducing both of these ladies.

    melback at cebridge dot net

  5. would love to win.

  6. I’d love to be entered in this weeks giveaway.

    johnsonk133 at yahoo dot com

  7. Hi Ladies! Best of luck in the drawing. I hope the winner enjoys the anthology as much as I enjoyed being included with two fantastic authors, Kit Wilkinson and Marta Perry.

  8. Hi Margaret and ladies! Thanks so much for having me! Happy reading!


  9. I like the different twist on romantic suspense, please add me for this week’s drawings. Thanks!
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

  10. Interesting stories

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  11. My wife would like the books. Thanks for the chance!

  12. Thanks for the giveaway. Would you put my name in the hat?

  13. I would love to win!

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