This week Janet Lee Barton, Leann Harris and Becky Harling with Giveaways

» Posted on Sep 8, 2014 in Blog | 11 comments

Congratulations to Mary for winning Terri Reed’s Danger at the Border, to Ellen for winning Jennifer AlLee’s Last Family Standing and to Kristen  for winning Gina Holmes’s Driftwood Tides.

This week I’m hosting Janet Lee Barton with A Home for Her Heart (US only), Leann Harris with The Last Lie, and Becky Harling with The 30 Day Praise Challenge for Parents (US only). 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 (Sept. 14th) evening.

9780373282814-189x300Bio for Janet Lee Barton:

Janet Lee Barton loves researching and writing heartwarming romances about faith, family, friends and love. She’s written both historical and contemporary novels, and loves writing for LIH. She and her husband live in Oklahoma and have recently downsized to a condo, which they love. When Janet isn’t writing or reading, she loves to cook for family, work in her small garden, travel and sew. You can visit Janet at: www.janetleebarton.com or connect with her on:

Twitter: https://twittercom/janetleebarton

Facebook: www.facebook.com/janetleebarton

Blurb for A Home for Her Heart by Janet Lee Barton:

Love on Assignment 

Magazine writer Elizabeth Anderson has sparred with newspaper reporter John Talbot for years. Though they cover similar stories, John thinks Elizabeth’s writing is trivial, and she finds him too boastful. So when they must work together to investigate New York City’s worst tenement houses, they’re surprised by the great team they make. 

Despite their professional rivalry, John and Elizabeth begin to trust each other as they grow from competitors, to friends, to something more. But then John makes a startling discovery that would break the story—and Elizabeth’s heart—wide-open. John’s always been driven by his career—can he give up one dream for another? 

Boardinghouse Betrothals: Hearts taking shelter—and forging new beginnings

The Last LieBio for Leann Harris:

Leann has always had stories running around her head, and started writing when her youngest child started school. Her first book was published in 1993.

She’s a teacher of the deaf and written all her adult life. She’s been contracted with Harlequin through her eighteenth book. She’s written romantic suspense, inspirational romantic suspense, futuristic and inspirational romance.

Blurb for The Last Lie by Leann Harris:

When Catherine Lyons comes home from college she discovers her family has vanished, leaving her alone. Years later when Catherine is on vacation in France, she sees her father getting on a bus, but he’s had a stroke. When she tries to talk to him the nurse won’t allow it. Cat goes to the clinic the next day, but the people there claim to know nothing of the man. This time, Cat refuses to give up. She learns the name of the nurse she talked to and goes to her apartment and finds her dead.
Colin Montrose is with MI-6 and doesn’t know who this woman is who has stumbled into his operation, but he wants to know. He follows Cat and asks if she murdered the woman. Before she can answer, they hear police sirens and flee. Together, Cat and Colin chase after Cat’s father, trying to discover the truth behind her life and her parent’s lives.

81M10nnAUEL._SL1500_Bio for Becky Harling:

Authentic. Passionate. Funny. Insightful. Becky Harling is a gifted speaker whose love for the Lord and compassionate spirit inspire women to draw closer to God and to one another.

Becky’s life experience as a pastor’s wife, mother of four, “Mimi” to four grandbabies, Women’s Ministry Director, and survivor of breast cancer and childhood sexual abuse, all bring depth and realism to her message. Becky creatively combines Biblical understanding with her powerful testimony and the stories of other women who have found hope and healing in Christ. She is a refreshingly transparent and energetic communicator.

Becky is a frequent speaker at conferences, retreats, and other venues. She has been a featured guest on the Daystar Television Network, The Harvest TV Show, Moody’s Midday Connection, and many other top rated radio shows.

In recent years, Becky has begun coaching those looking to improve their communication skills. She empowers communicators to share their message passionately and powerfully for the glory of Jesus Christ.

Becky is the author of Finding Calm in Life’s Chaos, Rewriting Your Emotional Script, which has also been published in Polish, and Freedom From Performing, The 30 Day Praise Challenge and The 30 Day Praise Challenge For Parents.

Becky and her husband, Steve, have been married for 35 years. Steve is the lead pastor at Foothills Community Church in Arvada, CO. Together they have four adult kids and five grandbabies.

Becky and Steve have traveled extensively around the world. They recently returned from an amazing trip to Nigeria, Africa. Becky loves going out for Mediterranean food with Steve, shopping at the mall with her kids, visiting with friends at coffee shops, playing with her grandkids, and eating Sunday dinner with the whole family.

To book Becky please go to: www.beckyharling.com

Blurb for The 30 Day Praise Challenge for Parents by Becky Harling:

One of the most powerful ways to love your kids may surprise you: develop a habit of praising God. In The 30-Day Praise Challenge for Parents, Becky Harling invites you to praise God for twenty minutes a day for one month. You’ll be amazed at how praising God:

  • Quiets your anxiety about your kids
  • Provides a shelter of protection over your family
  • Breaks the chains of generational sin
  • Deepens your children’s faith
  • Strengthens your own spiritual life

Arranged topically, this book includes a list of selected songs and creative ideas for continuing the habit of praise throughout your parenting journey.

11 Comments

  1. I would love to be entered for the first two books listed. The third one wouldn’t work for me as I do not have any children. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

  2. I’m excited to be on your blog this week, Margaret, and looks like I’m among some interesting writers. Janet is a wonderful write and loved her speaking to our chapter. Becky’s book looks encouraging and I’m eager to learn more.

  3. Thanks so much for hosting me on your blog this week, Margaret,
    I love Leann’s cover and the story sounds very suspenseful and Becky’s book looks like a great one for parents of all ages!
    Thanks for your sweet comments Leann–I loved speaking to your chapter.

  4. I am a big fan of Leann….so please enter me for her book!! Thanks!!
    jacsmi75 at gmail dot com

  5. Nice list

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  6. I’m excited to meet your blog readers, Margaret. Thanks for hosting me! Janet Lee Barton is one of my favorites. And, I can’t wait to learn more about Leann Harris. Happy Monday everyone, I know it’s going to be a great week.

  7. Would love to win either – thanks for the chance.

  8. All three books sound great, as always!

    kam110476 at gmail dot com

  9. Thank You!!

    An interesting selection.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  10. I would love to read any of these books! They sound great!! Thank you!

  11. Please add me for A Home for Her Heart and The Last Lie, they sound awesome. Thanks!
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

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