Saturday, October 24, 2009

Week 7 ~ Our Cup Runneth Over




I’d like to give a huge thank you to Carol Ann Erhardt, our fall contest coordinator. Without her efforts, this would not have been possible. Thank you too, for all the other authors who have been working behind the scenes to make this contest a success!



Week six winner is…Joy Isley! She has won a copy of JOSHUA'S HOPE.



Week 7 websites to explore:

http://sharondonovan.blogspot.com/
e-mail the places you found them to Carol Ann @ carolann.erhardt@gmail.com (Please place in the subject line WRiB Contest.) to enter to win this weeks giveaway.


Featured books from week 6, Our Cup Runneth Over contest:

Carla Rossi
It Happened One Hurricane When Pittsburgh native Amber Kensington moves to the Texas Gulf coast to take a job, hurricane season is the last thing on her mind. That is until a massive storm named Ike appears, destined to make a direct hit just miles from her apartment. Evacuation is the answer, but what happens when your car won’t cooperate?
Alex Clarke has seen his share of tropical weather, but it never gets any easier. A childhood experience with lightning has left him fearful of storms. Still, his greatest desire is to participate in his church’s outreach program and assist hurricane victims. Now he’s discovered his new neighbor is stranded. Can he convince her to go with him? And can Amber and Alex find God’s comfort and healing despite the raging storm?

AVAILABLE for $2.00 @ whiterosepublishing.com

Carol Ann Erhardt
Joshua’s Hope : Hope Courtland escaped her marriage to save her life. Her only regret is leaving her four-year-old stepson, Joshua, behind. Though she wants custody, no attorney is willing to tackle her ex-husband in a custody battle. Hope's faith begins to falter. She learns that Joshua is paying the consequences for her freedom, and in an act of desperation, she kidnaps him. Suddenly, she becomes a suspect in her ex-husband's murder.
Zack Stone is content to be sheriff of Pine Cove, Tennessee, where the worst conflict he deals with is handing out speeding tickets. Though his faith is strong, he struggles with issues of forgiveness surrounding his wife's death. When he rescues Hope in a rainstorm, the last thing he expects is to find a woman who stirs his heart. Being a small town sheriff shouldn't involve kidnapping and murder, but Zack can't turn his back on Hope and the little boy she loves.

AVAILABLE for $6.00 @ whiterosepublishing.com

Finally, if you happen to be one of the folks who have won though out the previous weeks, would you consider leaving a comment or two about the book you read? I know it would mean a lot to the author(s)!

3 comments:

Read To Review said...

I really have enjoyed searching for the cups, but it was more interesting visiting all ofthe blogs/websites where they were place.
Due to several several e-books/paper backs that I have to review I have not had a chance to read the book I won "The Broken Path" by Cami Checketts but I am about all caught up and I will read it It sounds so intersting and I just didn't want you all to think that I won and put it off to the side Hugs and Congratulations to all the winners.

Sharon Donovan said...

Just a note of thanks to Carol Ann and JoAnn for all the hard work that went into making this fall contest a success. Your efforts are appreciated and have not gone unoticed!
Hugs to all who took part and congratulations to all the winners so far!
Sharon

JoAnn said...

Thanks for your comments, ladies. They are appreciated!