Giveaway Draw - Writing the Christian Romance


One of life's constants is change and as I've recently moved I've been forced coerced, um, agreed willingly to downsize and depart with some of my STUFF. ;-) Unfortunately, this includes my print book collection that I've cherished for many, many years. Rather than just drop them off at a used book shop, I'd much rather find each of my treasured books a new and loving home.

First on the list is WRITING THE CHRISTIAN ROMANCE.

If you've ever dreamed of penning an inspirational romance and are curious about what's involved this giveaway draw is custom made for you! 

Written by one of the industry's most talented and gifted authors, Gail Gaymer Martin knows everything there is to know about WRITING THE CHRISTIAN ROMANCE. (She also has over 3.5 million books in print!)

Don't miss out. Enter today. The contest runs until midnight June 5, 2014. 

Happy reading and best of luck!


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10 comments:

  1. I have this one in my library. I can vouch for how informative and helpful it is. So sorry you have to donate you library, but happy for the recipients of your generosity!

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    1. I agree, Linda. This book is a keeper. FYI, I'm slowly changing everything over to my Kindle. I love the portability of taking my favorite books wherever I go, and how little space they take up!

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  2. Brilliant idea to share your library in this way.

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    1. Thank you, oldthingsrnew. It makes the process a little less painful to be sure!

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  3. I don't have this book but would certainly love to have it. What a great way to share your books. :D

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  4. Sounds like an interesting book. I have read a few Christian romances by Janette Oke, Dee Henderson, and Francine Rivers and have liked them for the most part. I'd love to read what the author has to say on this subject.

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    1. It's interesting, informative and insightful, Carol. (Good luck!)

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  5. Too bad you have to, um, agreed to downsize your library, Anne. I have often thought I could write a Christian romance, but didn't know the rules, so to speak. Congratulations to whoever wins Writing The Christian Romance! AWESOME if it's ME!! :)

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  6. Hey, Janette! Thanks for dropping by. The main components of Christian romance is a clean, flinch-free read. No gore or sex scenes (especially between unmarried adults). Also, usually one character is struggling with his/her faith, and by the end of the story that like the romance is resolved. Good luck on the draw, and as always, happy writing

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