241 Comments


  1. Thank you for participating in this treasure hunt. I love to discover new authors to add into my reading time. 🙂

  2. Jeanette Fallon

    Keep writing! Love reading everything I can get my hands on!

  3. Melissa

    Really enjoyed meeting you in St Louis! Thanks for this fun scavenger hunt.

  4. Susan

    I love reading your books. Thanks for using your talents that God has given you.

  5. Lesley Tooley

    I signed up. I would love to win 🙂


  6. Love getting to know new authors on these scavenger hunts!! Thanks for participating

  7. Melissa L.

    Both of your books sound so good! I cannot wait to add them to my TBR pile!

  8. Rachael Merritt

    I loved Wildwood Creek. I’m sure these are just as good. My daddy still owns the house that sits on land deeded to his ancestors by the king of England. I love personal history!


  9. Just subscribed to your newsletter – I love scavenger hunts!

  10. Carol

    Looking forward to reading your books.


  11. My father and my uncle take day trips from Indianapolis to Terre Haute, Indiana on genealogy searches. They’ve discovered a lot of interesting facts and met a few colorful characters.
    Your book is sure to be a treat for your family. I know that I would have enjoyed having my grandparents story preserved in a novel. Thank you for sharing.

  12. Amanda M

    I love the idea of a book based on family history! My grandparents’ story from when they met during WWII (he was US Army cook, she was German citizen) is one that I’ve always thought I should write. I guess I should actually do that. 🙂

  13. Amanda Ray

    Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt. Your books sound great and I have added them to my TBR list.

  14. Mary Foster

    How fun to get to know so many authors whose names I’ve known through ACFW & Facebook. God bless!

  15. Kay

    Read The Seaglass Sisters a few months ago and about to start The Prayer Box. Can’t wait!

  16. Gail Hollingsworth

    I have heard so much about your books, good things of course, and would love the chance to win. Thanks!

  17. Joy Harrison

    Loved The Prayer Box!

  18. Sherry

    Haven’t read your books yet, but plan to check into them soon!


  19. Thank you for the insight into writing dual time frame stories. I enjoy them and would like to try that myself.

  20. Amy Hart

    Thanks for participating, and thanks for the extra giveaway. I signed up for the newsletter under a different e-mail from this one.

  21. Pamela

    I have enjoyed reading this and all the other information about various authors on this scavenger hunt

  22. Tina Harlow

    I think I would like to read the prayer box!

  23. Chrystiana Silva

    I love doing this scavenger hunt, its so fun and I love getting new authors to check out.

  24. Jane Squires

    I am already on your newsletter. So here I am commenting. I review all books I win.

  25. Patricia Sanchez

    This is my first scavenger Hunt and I’m loving it!! I’m meeting new authors as well. It looks like I’ll be buying a few new books. LOL
    God bless you as you write

  26. DK Stevens

    These look like some great reads 🙂 thanks for being in the HUNT 🙂

  27. Joyce

    Oh, What a wonderful way to tell the story of grandpaents,
    great-grands, etc.

    Joyce Guard

  28. Shirley Davidson

    Hi Lisa! I want your books in the worst way! Whether I win them during the “Hunt” or I purchase them after, I want them! I think I’m giving them as Christmas gifts. Thank you so much for being a part of this and for introducing Martha! I do look forward to this part of the Scavenger Hunt, meeting new people! Thank you again and God Bless!

  29. Lynn

    I can’t wait to read these books – they sound great.

  30. Susan Colllins

    thanks


  31. Hi Lisa – I read The Prayer Box and loved it! I identified with Tandi so well that it was a bittersweet read.

    It was very encouraging. Thanks!

  32. Susan

    Thanks for the opportunity to win your books. Susie

  33. Carrie S.

    Scavenger hunts – particularly those involving my favorite authors – are fun! 🙂

  34. Emilee K

    You books sound so good! Thanks for writing!

  35. Ann Borgquist

    How wonderful to be able to trace back to your family roots, and then be able to write about your families experiences! Also, Lisa, the two books that you have up for grabs look FABOO!


  36. Great site, Lisa, and fascinating post, Martha. Thanks for sharing!

  37. Brooke von Ehrenkrook

    I love the fact that you guys do these giveaways! It’s so generous of you. Thanks. 🙂

  38. Rachel Koppleberger

    I’ve signed up for your newsletter. I read The Prayer Box a few weeks ago, and really enjoyed it. I loved reading about Iola Anne and her prayer boxes.


  39. What a wonderful way to research a book. I am sure it was a very special time for you and your family.

  40. Tammi

    Thank you for the opportunity to win and for participating in the Scavenger hunt

  41. Michelle Krimaschewicz

    What an inspiration Martha is! Starting writing at 73! And a fascinating idea for a book, taken right from her own family history. Look forward to reading this!

  42. Laurel

    Thanks for a great giveaway! These hunts are so much fun…

  43. Jill

    Thank you for participating in the hunt!!

  44. cheryl h

    What an interesting story! Thanks for sharing with us, Martha!

    And Lisa, thanks for showcasing her!

  45. Joan arning

    Wow! At 71, I guess I could start a new writing career!

  46. Megan Wilson

    Thanks for joining the hunt! 😀

  47. Courtney

    I am looking forward to reading your books. Thank you for the opportunity.

  48. Rachel S

    I really enjoyed Wildwood Creek and look forward to reading these two books!

  49. Rebecca D

    Hi, Lisa. I love your books. Thanks for participating in the Scavenger Hunt!

  50. Megan

    I love reading stories within stories. It makes for a much richer experience. In some ways life is simply a story within a story: all of our experiences wrapped up in the grand story of God’s righteousness, love, and redemption.

  51. Kathryn Voss

    I subscribed!! Thanks for this chance to win!

  52. Mary Hart

    I’m looking forward to reading The Prayer Box & The Story Keeper! Would love to win them!

  53. Beth

    I enjoy reading a variety of genre, both fiction and non-fiction. I have enjoyed the scavenger hunt the past couple years and getting to know about more authors and widen my scope of choices.

  54. Jennifer Green

    Thanks so much for telling us about yourself at stop #9 and for introducing us to Martha Rogers. I am looking forward to reading books by both of you ladies!

  55. Pam

    Read The Prayer Box recently and loved it!

  56. Christina Spicuzza

    Thank you so much for being here! I appreciate your blog and books so much! God Bless!!!
    cspicuzza83@gmail.com

  57. Cheryl

    I am here on the scavenger hunt. I have never read any of your books and would love to win one to try it out!

  58. Debbie D.

    I loved The Prayer Box and am looking forward to The Story Keeper. I’ve recommended The Prayer Box to several friends and they’ve enjoyed it as well. Thanks for being a host in the scavenger hunt 🙂

  59. Cheri

    Your books sound wonderful!

  60. Cindy

    I love Christian historical fiction. Nothing better after a long day at work than to get lost in a good book!

  61. Debra

    Nice stopping by. Love your books.

  62. bethany brewer

    I loved the prayer box cant wait to read the story keeper!! Good luck everyone and thanks for the contest:)

  63. Tammy Neu

    Can’t wait to read one of your books! Love doing this scavenger hunt-a wonderful way to hear about authors I am not familiar with.

  64. Kim

    This hunt is so fun! Gathering ideas for all the books I am going to start reading!!!


  65. Thank you for sharing this new to me author Lisa, I had not read her books before.
    And you know that I dearly love your books and Huckleberry
    Blessings
    Linda Marie Finn
    Women Professing Godliness
    home to Faithful Acres Books
    http://www.faithfulacres.net


  66. Thank you, Lisa for hosting Martha. i don’t think i knew the story behind the stories, and since i love family history, i will be searching out her books.

  67. Ruth

    I love to read and most times have 3 or 4 books going at a time. Thank you!


  68. Lisa, I absolutely love your books. Actually, I’ve only read one so far, no two, I believe; but I just loved them both. You are a gifted author. Thank you for this opportunity.

  69. Vicky D

    Love your books!

  70. Georgine Dorman

    I love all your books Lisa.

  71. Megan Wilson

    Thanks for the chance! 🙂


  72. This scavenger hunt is such a great way to discover/be introduced to new authors!

  73. Chris

    Thanks for the hunt! So much fun!!! Blessings.

  74. Mak*N

    I love your books! Can’t wait to read more.

  75. Linette

    Just reading about your book THE PRAYER BOX makes we want to read it! I ordered it from CBD! I’m glad to have met you in the Scavenger Hunt.

  76. Halita Wilson

    Such Beautiful Covers.

  77. Jackie McNutt

    Thank you for the great giveaway

  78. Lucy

    i would love to read these. TY for the chance.

  79. Andrea Byers

    Your books sound intriguing. I’m branching out from old favorites from years ago with the help of my Paperwhite and all the free or reduced priced books on Amazon. Would love to be entered into your drawing. Thank you Lisa. 🙂

  80. Edward Arrington

    I love reading good stories.

  81. Donna Tyler

    I love your books and purchase a copy of each for my local library and for myself. I have just begun reading “The Story Keeper” and love it.


  82. Seeing the “Mom’s Night Out” cover on the scavenger hunt promo is what finally tipped me over to do participate. I still haven’t seen the movie, though I’ve wanted to since before it came out!

  83. Samantha T

    Thank you for the giveaway and scavenger hunt!


  84. ooohhh!!! ** claps hands like a little girls!! I’ve wanted to read both The Story Keeper AND The Prayer Box since I first read about them!!

  85. Sharon Richmond Bryant

    Enter me!!

  86. Molly R. Moody

    Lisa I’ve started The Prayer Box but am having trouble getting into it but I WILL eventually finish it, I’m determined. Maybe if I win a print copy, in addition to the e-book of it, I’ll enjoy it more.

  87. Ann Badder

    love your books

  88. Donna C.

    Thank you for hosting!!

  89. Chloe

    Can’t wait to read these!! Hope to win!


  90. I love your books. I have an aunt that has done a lot of research into our family history.

  91. Melissa L.

    I just finished The Prayer Box and am already looking forward to reading it again. It is such a beautiful story on both sides of the “box” and just the thought of written prayers inspires me. Thank you for sharing your talents with others through your novels.

  92. Julie

    I love the concept of basing a book on letters. I have the letters written between my grandparents during WWI and it is very special to be privy to their story.

  93. amyc

    Thank you for a great scavenger hunt. So fun finding so many new authors.

  94. Pam K.

    I read The Prayer Box a couple of months ago; we discussed it in our book club. We enjoyed it. I’d like to read The Story Keeper as well. I like the books with two story lines, one historical, one present day.

  95. Carol Edwards

    I enjoy doing scavenger hunts

  96. Andrea Williams

    Having fun reading about authors and their latest books! Thanks for the hunt!

  97. Aprul Patterson

    Thank you for participating in this awesome giveaway. Very generous of you and all the other authors. This is such a fun scavenger hunt I’ve never done ths before. Can’t wait to read more of your books. Thank you

  98. Barbara

    Thanks for hosting the scavenger hunt…..Hope to win some books to read

    Barbara

  99. Sharon Brewer

    I love books, and I love participating in scavenger hunts and giveaways! Thank you!

  100. Tina

    Thanks for being a part of this scavenger hunt. Your books are on my to-read list. 🙂

  101. Debora Wilder

    I’m having a lot of fun on the scavenger hunt. Your books look wonderful. I enjoyed reading your post about duel time frame books.


  102. I love your stories! I recently borrowed The Story Keeper from the library and couldn’t put it down! I wound up staying up way to late to finish it.:) I think it is one of my favorites yet!

  103. Kathryn

    I’ve loved everything I’ve read of yours and can’t wait to read more!! I also love this scavenger hunt as I find so many new authors!

  104. Dawn Pearson

    I can’t wait to read your books. I know our church library has several of them. Thank you for letting me have a chance at winning one.

  105. Gean

    I would love to win these books!

  106. Merry

    Thank you for participating in the scavenger hunt Lisa. I would love to read your books. Have a blessed day.

  107. Beverly Lytle

    I am enjoying the scavenger hunt.

  108. Beth

    Thanks for this great event. This was a great way to get introduced to some unfamiliar writers.

  109. Megan Parsons

    You’re books look like they are great reads! I am already a subscriber. Thanks for the giveaway!


  110. Your books look great! I look forward to reading them in the future.

  111. Jenny Dominguez

    First time doing a scavenger hunt.Has been fun so far because of learning about new authors at least to me.

  112. Jennifer Tipton

    I signed up for your newsletter Lisa. For some reason I got all mixed up.
    jennydtipton at gmail dot com

  113. Kari VanderDoes

    I would really like to read you books! I love finding new authors and I love books! Thanks for the giveaway!

  114. Anne Rightler

    Fun hunt. Thx for sharing!

  115. Linda Rainey

    Oh, Lisa, I have read” The Prayer Box” and looking forward to the “Story Keeper” I have always been interested in the Melungeon and look forward to the ook. It would be extra sweet to have an autographed copy.

  116. Crystal Balzer

    Thank you for being a part of the scavenger hunt and thank you for the opportunity to win your books!!! They both sound amazing.


  117. Lisa,

    Both of your books (The Prayer Box and The Story Keeper) sound beautiful and right up my alley. I’ll be putting them on my Christmas list this year.

    I hope we may get to know each other via Facebook. I love meeting fellow writers and connecting online. Eventually I hope to make it to some conferences, but finances and schedule conflicts have not allowed for that yet. I write contemporary Christian fiction, most of which could be placed in the “romance” genre. Currently, I’m working on a story about a firefighter who promised to take care of his best friend’s wife, if he didn’t make it home from the job.

    Happy writing!
    Andrea
    writingtoinspire.blogspot.com

  118. Bonnie Roof

    Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your wonderfully inspiring books, Lisa – love your writing!!

  119. Sandy Guilbeaux

    I signed up for your newsletter 🙂
    Thank You

  120. Sabrina Kiele

    I haven’t read any of your books yet, but they look really good!

  121. Gabrielle

    I enjoyed “A Month of Summer” and look forward to reading more of your books. (I also enjoy the Huckleberry Report on Facebook) 🙂

  122. Mary Preston

    Thank you for your participation & this opportunity.

  123. Mary M.

    Thank you for the chance, signed up for the newsletter!

  124. Carolyn Gould

    Thanks for the opportunity! My mom has recommended your books to me!

  125. Becky

    You can never have enough books! I’ve not read these two yet, and I’d love to win them.

  126. Saundra M

    I would love to read both these novels. Thanks for the chance.

  127. Heather Bireley

    I am so interested in reading your books. Thank you for the opportunity.

  128. Melissa B

    I would love to read these books! Thank you for the chance to win them 🙂

  129. Mary B

    I just signed up for your newsletter.

  130. Anna

    One of the things I enjoy the most about the scavenger hunt is the variety of content in the blogs. But at the same time they connect; like yours was about connecting an untold past story with a present one, and Martha Rogers’ was about a hidden story of the past and how she’s paying homage today 🙂

  131. Courtney Silva

    Love the Scavenger Hunt! Cool idea to found new Authors and Books to read.

  132. Alecia

    Very interesting:) both your book and the author you featured…I’m gonna have to look into reading both of them:)

  133. Melissa ONeal

    I’m glad to have been introduced to your books on the scavenger hunt. I can’t wait to pick one up!

  134. Margie

    Thanks for participating in this Scavenger Hunt…it is tremendous fun and I LOVE your books!!

  135. Becky Lewis

    I am really beginning to like the idea of juxtaposition narrating. The story slowly “layers-up” until the reader gets the full picture of the action, like a piece of greatly anticipated pecan pie. First read a story like this from Jolina Petersheim.

  136. Karen McNicol

    I love books and yours are so good. I am hooked.

  137. kim amundsen

    Enjoyed the hunt and reading about the authors.


  138. Wow, I think it’s awesome that Martha had her first book published at 73 and is continuing from there!

  139. Robyn L

    signed up for newsletter; The Prayer Box intriques me; must follow up.

  140. Gena

    I love the story in the story “plot device”. I also like plays within plays. I have not read you before and look forward to adding some of your books to my collection. Thanks for participating!


  141. Martha, I love the idea of using tracing your own ancestry as a way of finding fodder for your stories!

  142. Rita Navarre

    I would love to read both of your books

  143. Camille

    Love you books Lisa!! I haven’t had the chance to read these two books yet hopefully I will soon.

  144. Glenda

    Loved the Prayer Box, it was awesome, looking forward to reading The Story Keeper!

    Martha’s book, Love Never Fails sound wonderful!

    Thanks for the Scavenger Hunt, Love it!!!


  145. I loved The Prayer Box. It’s the first book I read by you. Can’t wait to read some more!

  146. Bev

    I have always enjoyed history and love it when the past and the present are intertwined in a story. We often forget that the past has had a direct effect on the present. It’s great when we can see that correlation! Thanks!

  147. Necee L

    Your books look great…can’t wait to read them! Thanks for the scavenger hunt! This is fun : )

  148. Barbara

    Thank you for the chance to win your books.

  149. Polly Schneider

    Your books sound really interesting. I would love to win them. I signed up for your newsletter.

  150. Pam Graber

    Loved your Moses Lake series! Thanks for entertaining me while making me think.

  151. Helen Clouse

    A prayer box, what a wonderful way to portray a life. Can’t wait to read this one. Thanks for the fun of finding new authors and new books.

  152. Jordan Sims

    I am SO excited about this bonus giveaway. I can’t wait to read both of these books!


  153. So glad to see you on the scavenger hunt. I’ve read both of these and own them on kindle but not in print yet. They are on my must purchase list. Can’t wait to see what you put out next.

  154. Barbara Thompson

    I signed up for your newsletter and I’ve enjoyed reading the free preview on your two latest books. Thank you for participating in this scavenger hunt..

  155. Patty

    Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt Lisa! I am already a member of your mailing list and would love to win your newest books…

  156. Paula

    I am really enjoying the Scavenger Hunt! Thanks for the opportunity!

  157. Lourdes Montes

    So glad to be able to participate in the scavenger hunt, thank you.

  158. Sue Tobias

    I would love to read one of your books.

  159. Denise underwood

    Can’t wait read your books!

  160. Jennifer M.

    This sounds like a great way to stay positive in this negative world with a prayer box. You could easily get it out at either thanksgiving or the new year to reflect on the blessings you have received.

  161. Susan Johnson

    I have so much fun during these scavenger hunts. Thanks for participating.

  162. Veronica

    I love the cover to Love Never Fails. Absolutely beautiful.

  163. Jessica

    I would just like to say Thank You for the giveaway!

  164. Kelly

    Thanks for the giveaway! I love your books! kosterbind (at) gmail (dot) com

  165. Susan Wilson

    Thanks so much for participating in the hunt! I thoroughly enjoy your books because you are a very talented story teller!

  166. bn100

    Already signed up for newsletter
    Fun hunt

  167. Marcy X

    looking forward to reading prayer book

  168. Sierra faith

    I think Story Keeper looks amazing!! I have been wanting to read it!!! I hope I win it! And if not I’ll have to buy it!


  169. It’s so neat that Martha Rogers has so much history in her family! I think I’d have to go to another country to find any 100+ year old documents like that about my family. =)

    Thanks for the chance to win! Your books sound great –especially “The Prayer Box.” =)

  170. Sarah Stewart

    Loved reading about you. Thank you for being apart of the scavenger hunt. Would love to win!


  171. Pick me! I want copies of your book 🙂 Or Huckleberry. I’ll take Huckleberry in lieu of the books. My Bichon-poo has a crush on him.


  172. Enjoyed reading The Prayer Box 🙂 Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt.

  173. Lesley

    Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt. It has been a lot of fun.

  174. Emily T

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  175. Sandy

    I have heard a lot of good reviews about your book The prayer box. I can’t wait to read it myself.


  176. I would like to read your new novels. Thank you for this opportunity.

    Sallie’s letter was read many times to be worn on the fold line and separated!
    Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House

  177. Teresa Wade Sheroke

    Look forward to reading your books! My comfort food is good old southern food! If I had to pick it would be fried chicken.

  178. Sherril Davis

    Anxious to read some of ;your books.

  179. janet

    Love your books.

  180. Linda Ortiz

    Have not read these books, yet! Hope to win!!! 😀

  181. Mippy/Sabrina

    What a wonderful thing to have that letter from your ancestors! Then to be able to write a book around that letter. I just think that is really cool. 🙂

  182. Connie R.

    I have always wanted to read your books and haven’t yet had the pleasure. Hopefully I’ll win one!

  183. Cheri Schueller

    Thanks so much for participating in the scavenger hunt! I love learning about “new” authors and books!

  184. Jacqueline Robertson

    Loved the story behind the story.

  185. Laura W AKA Loves 2 Read Romance

    Thanks so much for the chance to win and it is great to meet all the authors.

  186. Mary Johnson

    I look forward to reading one of your books. I love this scavenger hunt, as it introduces me to new authors.

  187. Sarah

    These sound like good books! Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt.

    superstarsarah94(at)gmail(dot)com

  188. Anita Smith

    Anytime you write with other than present times, I’m all over it! Thanks for sharing your stories with readers like me.

  189. Roxanna ford

    I love the way that you I mix two different times of history into your books. Historical fictions that are God centered and inspirational with a touch of romance are my favorites!

  190. Jennifer Clark

    I’ve been hearing people talking about The Prayer Box. I’m going to have to snag a copy.


  191. Your books look wonderful, Lisa. Thanks for the giveaway.

  192. Donna EHD

    Lisa, our church ladies book club recent read your TENDING ROSES. We all enjoyed reading it, and I have since purchased THE LANGUAGE OF SYCAMORES, although I’ve not yet read it.
    I really hadn’t thought of TENDING ROSES as a duel time frame story, but it really is. And done wonderfully well, thank you. I’ll be interested to read others of a duel time frame as well.

    And, Martha, thanks for letting us know the story behind the story. My hubby is quite into genealogy of his family. He takes spells of digging into it, and when he does — yes, it does take lots of time. I like to hear his stories about his family (or what he finds in mine), but I can’t seem to remember or keep things straight. Doubt I’ll be writing any novels of either of our families. But glad, you have done so about your family.

  193. Pansy

    The Prayer Box is one of the most moving and enjoyable books i’ve ever read and i’ve read a bunch. I hardily (sp?) recommend it. Just plan ahead because you won’t get anything else done until you’ve finished it! Thanks Lisa!

  194. Linda LaPoint

    Your books sound so interesting and that they would be great reads! This scavenger hunt has brought so many new authors into my ‘must read’ list!

  195. Constitutionchic

    I’d love to read your books.

  196. Allison Jones

    I love your books – thanks for the chance to win these 2!

  197. Karen Johnson

    How wonderful to trace your family and then write their story! My Great Great Great grandfather also fought in the civil war as a Sharpshooter. It was neat to find his name in a book one time. On my husband’s side, they are supposedly related to some man named Patrick Henry. Now you can find HIS name in a lot more books than my Great Great Great Grandfather. I also was in Ann Arbor and we happened to go to a garage sale. We found an old photo of firefighters with a horse drawn rig on a department in Lansing. Now I knew my great grandfather was a fireman in Lansing and was one of the last to drive a horse drawn fire rig. 1909 was the year of the photo, which would have been about the time. He was not on that department in that year, but some other family members were. So after conversing with my mom about if he was in it, etc, I bought the 8×10 that was already beautifully framed. And should she no longer want it, I get it back, because my husband also has a firefighting lineage and was a firefighter for a few years.
    History is really cool.

  198. loryn

    Thanks Lisa! I look forward to reading The Prayer Box! 🙂

  199. Susan Manchester

    I really enjoyed hearing about how you blend past and present stories. You are a new-to-me author, and I would love to read your books. If I do not win this contest, the books will be added to my really-want-to-read list. Thank you for taking part in this scavenger hunt.

  200. Linda Marie Crawford

    Can’t wait to read “The Prayer Box”.


  201. Lisa, did you get the comment I posted yesterday? It looks like all the comments are missing right now.

    Your books sound so wonderful, and I’m looking forward to finding copies soon… Actually, I think I’m putting them on my Christmas list this year. I would love to see those in one of the packages under my Christmas tree in a couple months.

    Happy writing!
    Andrea
    writingtoinspire.blogspot.com

  202. Susie

    Thanks for the giveaways! Would love to win your books!

  203. Tracy Melhinch

    Thank you for the chance!

  204. Rebecca

    Your books look really good!! I’m excited to read them!

  205. Theresa N

    I’m on your mailing list. 🙂

  206. Beverly Stradley

    It just goes to show that it is never too late to start a new career.

  207. Keri-Elizabeth W.

    So excited for this scavenger hunt!

  208. Susan Stitch

    I love seeing the ‘behind the scenes’ activities on historical books — this was fabulous! Thanks for sharing.

  209. Tina

    I love these hunts! I have found many new authors that I love through them!! Thanks!!

  210. Lisa

    Your stories sound VERY interesting. New books added to my “to be read” list! Yippee!!

  211. Ingerlise Pietromartire

    Thank you so much for participating in the Scavenger Hunt and for introducing me to another author who is new to me!

  212. Amy

    I love history, especially the personal aspect of it! I would love to research my family history more someday!


  213. I haven’t read any of your books yet, but they sound wonderful. Would love to win so I can add a new author to my favorites list. =)

  214. Martha J. Sturm

    I have read The Prayer Box and thought it was a fantastic story. It had romance, lots of deep thought and it made me cry. I don’t always like to cry, but this book hit me deeply.

  215. Ellen B

    I really enjoy your books – only have read a few but they were really great. Sometimes I just hate when a book ends… I feel lost because while reading I feel so connected to the characters.


  216. I read “the Prayer Box” over the summer and loved it!

  217. Kris

    I’m really enjoying this chance to get to know some new authors as I work my way through the scavenger hunt. I enjoyed reading The Prayer Box.

  218. Vicki Larson

    I have added you as an author to my book bucket list!

  219. becky

    Thanks for partcipatingin this scavenger hunt.

  220. Patricia T

    Would LOVE to win!

  221. Tina Wilson

    I am not sure if I messed up or not, but I think I may have accidentally commented under my daughter’s name (Megan Wilson). So, there may be two comments from Megan Wilson, but one is actually from me – Tina. She entered the hunt and then I did, but I may have messed up. 🙁 Sorry, if this is an issue… I don’t even know for sure if I did mess up…

  222. Glenn Wilson

    Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt. I signed up for your newsletter. God bless. Glenn

  223. Litany L

    I have read The Prayer Box for a book club I am apart of! I really enjoyed it. Also I signed p for the mailinglist using businesschef08@gmail.com as my email addy.

    Thank you for this great opportunity!!

  224. Michelle Corning

    Thanks for making this international 🙂


  225. I am excited to read your other novels. I loved The Prayer Box!

  226. bethany brewer

    I love your books cant wait to read the new one!! I had to come back today and go through the Hunt again!! Thanks again for the contest!! Blessings 🙂

  227. Sara Wise

    I loved “The Prayer Box” and am looking forward to reading others!

  228. Alyssa M.

    I really liked the first two books of the Daily, Texas series. I can’t wait to read more of your books.


  229. Thank you for the opportunity to win one of your books. I now have found a new author to follow. =)

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