This Week Jolene Navarro and Kathy Collard Miller with Giveaways

» Posted on Sep 21, 2015 in Blog | 21 comments

Congratulations to Angela for winning J.M Downey’s Privileged, to Wanda for winning Richard L. Mabry’s Miracle Drug, and to Mary for winning Shirley Raye Redmond’s Viper’s Nest!

This week I’m hosting Jolene Navarro with A Texas Christmas Wish (US only) and Kathy Collard Miller with Never Ever Be The Same (US only). If you want to enter the drawing for the book, 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 (September 27th) evening.

 

wish-christmasBio of Jolene Navarro:

A seventh generation Texan, Jolene’s life, much like her stories, are filled with faith, family, laughter, and all of life’s wonderful messiness.

Jolene knows that, as much as the world changes, people stay the same. Good and evil. Vow-keepers and heart breakers. Jolene married a vow-keeper who showed her that sweet kisses and dancing in the rain never gets old.

When she’s not teaching art in downtown San Antonio or hanging out with her husband and four kids in the Texas Hill Country, she loves creating worlds of strong heroes and powerful heroines who find love in spite of the obstacles they face. She is currently working on her fourth Clear Water Book for Harlequin’s Love Inspired line.

www.jolenenavarrowriter.com

Blurb for A Texas Christmas Wish by Jolene Navarro:

Pilot Tyler Childress, has spent his adulthood exploring the world, avoiding the grief and regret he left on his family ranch. Homeless, single mother Karly has a new job on the Childress ranch. Can it give her the future she wants for her son? Can Tyler’s need for wings and her desire for roots make a perfect home full of love in time for Christmas?

Check out A Texas Christmas Wish on Amazon

9780891124504Bio of Kathy Collard Miller:

Kathy Collard Miller and Larry Miller are speakers and authors. They were married in 1970 and Larry is a retired police lieutenant. The Millers live in Southern California, and have two grown children and one grandson. Visit them at www.LarryAndKathy.com. Kathy blogs at www.KathyCollardMiller.com.

Blurb for Never Ever Be The Same by Kathy Collard Miller and Larry Miller:

Have you ever proclaimed, “I will never be the same” about something in your life you absolutely wanted to change? This book will not only help you say it, but also make the statement a reality—and it can start today.

Never Ever Be the Same empowers Christians to look honestly at their motives and break free from the lies that fuel sinful patterns. We all respond in ungodly ways at times. We try to figure out why we fail in our words and reactions and even pray for God’s help, but before we know it, we’ve succumbed again to distrusting God and taking it out on other people.

But in Never Ever Be the Same, with its biblical principles, insightful stories, and helpful instruction, readers will discover how to unearth the underlying causes of their sin and learn to trust God more for an inner transformation.

Check out Never Ever Be The Same on Amazon

21 Comments

  1. would love to win.

  2. Please enter me in the drawing for Jolene”s book. I love the books that are
    related to Christmas. Thanks

    • They have always been my favorite also. So getting to write one was extra special.

  3. Please enter me in this contest. I especially like the Jolene Navarro book. Being a Texan I like reading about Texas.

    imabrassy1@yahoo.com

  4. Margaret, thank you so much for featuring my book. I look forward to sending it to the winner.

    • Kathy, your book sounds intriguing. I have ordered it can’t wait to read it.

      • Thank you so very much Jolene for ordering it. I hope it does bless you! And I just ordered yours! I look forward to receiving the kindle edition Oct 1st.

  5. Kathy Miller is a great woman and author. My husband George has known her most of his life, it is through him that I met her.

    • Great to see your name here, Michele. I love you, George, and your family. Hope our paths cross some day in person.

  6. looks interesting

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  7. Thank you!!

    I love it when the Christmas books start to appear.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  8. Throwing my hat in the ring!

    melback at cebridge dot net

  9. Both books sound interesting.
    Grandaddya@comcast.net

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