Want to win a kindle Fire? Now you can - Incredible Giveaway.


I'm so excited, I just can't hide it....

I am thrilled to be participating in a multi-author giveaway organised by Celebrate Lit, just for you! 

There are entries you can claim everyday for the duration of the giveaway!

Enter for your chance to win the grand prize of a Kindle Fire or the 1st place prize of 19 books (a mixture of paperbacks and ebooks). 

Promotion runs from April 2nd - 8th


19 Authors participating in a promotional giveaway.


Don't miss your chance to win! Enter here: 
https://promosimple.com/ps/b58e 

There are 19 amazing authors in this collection. 


Amber Schamel, Chautona Havig, Kari Trumbo, Normandie Fisher, Margaret Kazmierczak (oh that is me!), Merrillee Whren, Joanie Bruce, Jackie Castle, Molly Jebber, Carol E. Keen, Barbara Bras, Tanya Eavenson, Caryl McAdoo, Renee Blare, Stephanie Smith, Sydney Tooman Betts, Jody Hedlund, Kristin N. Spencer, and April W. Gardner 


Let me introduce you to three of the authors today.


1. Amber Schamel - Days of Messiah Vol 3 The Master's Calling. 
Multi-published author Amber Schamel writes riveting stories that bring HIStory to life. She has a passion for history, books and her Savior. This combination results in what her readers call "historical fiction at its finest".


After generations of waiting, the Messiah has come at last. And not a day too soon. All his life, Malon Ben-Tyrus has been stifled beneath Roman laws and religious traditions, and he longs to be free. The oppression of the Romans worsens every day, and the religious system led by the Scribes and Pharisees has grown corrupt. Malon believes his life calling is to become a disciple of the Messiah and help free Israel from bondage. 


Product DetailsWhen Jesus heads to Jerusalem for the Passover feast, Malon knows this will be a historic event. Jesus will enter the city as the Son of David and take His place as the Messiah of Israel. He longs to follow Jesus to Jerusalem, but his family won't allow him to go. When at last his family consents, Malon arrives in Jerusalem only to discover that he is too late. The man he thought to be the Messiah has been crucified, and Barabbas—his greatest enemy—has been set free. Appalled by the cowardice of Jesus' disciples, Malon returns home seething with frustration and despair. Everything he believed he was destined to become died with Jesus. Was he wrong about his destiny? 

(https://www.amazon.com/Masters-Calling-Days-Messiah/dp/151866671X)


2. Chautona HavigSweet on You (Meddlin' Madeline Mysteries Book 1).
Chautona Havig writes stories of fictional people who have real problems, weaknesses, and triumphs. Through their stories, she tries to share the Hope that is within herself.


Rockland circa 1900-

As the mayor's daughter, Madeline Brown enjoys a rich social life that many might envy. But a sharp mind and a growing talent for observation leaves Madeline torn between avoiding social censure and exploring the world around her.



Product DetailsWith an aunt who considers higher education and employment equally unsuitable for the mayor's daughter, there is little to amuse her save endless committee meetings, evening socials, and her favorite pastime: curling up with an exciting detective novel. The temperance and suffrage movements hold little interest for a young woman who has just endured the rigors of her father's mayoral campaign.



So when a young man shows interest in her friend, Madeline's interest piques--until his actions hint that he might not be the upstanding gentleman everyone presumes him to be. Unable to ignore her concerns, Madeline finds herself in the middle of an investigation into his character and discovers a side of Rockland she's never encountered.



Will her new hobby reduce the tedium of her life, or will her "meddling" create tension for herself and her father? Will she be forced to squelch this budding skill of hers or has Madeline finally found her calling in life?

(https://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Meddlin-Madeline-Mysteries-Book-ebook/dp/B01ERM8RBK/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1491125181&sr=1-1&keywords=Chautona+Havig+-+Sweet+on+You+%28Meddlin%27+Madeline+Mysteries+Book+1%29)


3. Kari Trumbo - Dreams in Deadwood (Seven Brides of South Dakota Book 1).

Kari Trumbo is the co-author of the best-selling Cutter's Creek series. She is a writer of Christian Historical Romance.


Product Details
Jennie Arnsby wants nothing more than to turn around and go home. Her family is on their way to Deadwood, SD, when Aiden finds his way to their small wagon train. His teasing and banter leave her wanting to toss him out the back and in the dust. When they are separated outside the city, she is left wondering if she’ll ever see him again.

Aiden Bradly wants to find his gold and return home. Nothing more. He can’t afford to get tangled with a woman. He’s doing just that until he meets the feisty Jennie. She gets him thinking about his past and forgiveness, but what’s more important, his past or his new future?

Aiden will either redeem his past or claim a treasure greater than he could ever imagine, but he must choose one.


(https://www.amazon.com/Dreams-Deadwood-Seven-Brides-Dakota-ebook/dp/B06W2K6QD2/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1491125316&sr=1-1&keywords=Kari+Trumbo+-+Dreams+in+Deadwood+%28Seven+Brides+of+South+Dakota+Book+1%29)


Friends, that's all for today. Don't forget to come back tomorrow to read about the next three authors and their books.  

Remember, the promotion code: 

https://promosimple.com/ps/b58e 

Have a great day,

Margaret








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Sunday, 2 April 2017

Want to win a kindle Fire? Now you can - Incredible Giveaway.


I'm so excited, I just can't hide it....

I am thrilled to be participating in a multi-author giveaway organised by Celebrate Lit, just for you! 

There are entries you can claim everyday for the duration of the giveaway!

Enter for your chance to win the grand prize of a Kindle Fire or the 1st place prize of 19 books (a mixture of paperbacks and ebooks). 

Promotion runs from April 2nd - 8th


19 Authors participating in a promotional giveaway.


Don't miss your chance to win! Enter here: 

There are 19 amazing authors in this collection. 


Amber Schamel, Chautona Havig, Kari Trumbo, Normandie Fisher, Margaret Kazmierczak (oh that is me!), Merrillee Whren, Joanie Bruce, Jackie Castle, Molly Jebber, Carol E. Keen, Barbara Bras, Tanya Eavenson, Caryl McAdoo, Renee Blare, Stephanie Smith, Sydney Tooman Betts, Jody Hedlund, Kristin N. Spencer, and April W. Gardner 


Let me introduce you to three of the authors today.


1. Amber Schamel - Days of Messiah Vol 3 The Master's Calling. 
Multi-published author Amber Schamel writes riveting stories that bring HIStory to life. She has a passion for history, books and her Savior. This combination results in what her readers call "historical fiction at its finest".


After generations of waiting, the Messiah has come at last. And not a day too soon. All his life, Malon Ben-Tyrus has been stifled beneath Roman laws and religious traditions, and he longs to be free. The oppression of the Romans worsens every day, and the religious system led by the Scribes and Pharisees has grown corrupt. Malon believes his life calling is to become a disciple of the Messiah and help free Israel from bondage. 


Product DetailsWhen Jesus heads to Jerusalem for the Passover feast, Malon knows this will be a historic event. Jesus will enter the city as the Son of David and take His place as the Messiah of Israel. He longs to follow Jesus to Jerusalem, but his family won't allow him to go. When at last his family consents, Malon arrives in Jerusalem only to discover that he is too late. The man he thought to be the Messiah has been crucified, and Barabbas—his greatest enemy—has been set free. Appalled by the cowardice of Jesus' disciples, Malon returns home seething with frustration and despair. Everything he believed he was destined to become died with Jesus. Was he wrong about his destiny? 

(https://www.amazon.com/Masters-Calling-Days-Messiah/dp/151866671X)


2. Chautona HavigSweet on You (Meddlin' Madeline Mysteries Book 1).
Chautona Havig writes stories of fictional people who have real problems, weaknesses, and triumphs. Through their stories, she tries to share the Hope that is within herself.


Rockland circa 1900-

As the mayor's daughter, Madeline Brown enjoys a rich social life that many might envy. But a sharp mind and a growing talent for observation leaves Madeline torn between avoiding social censure and exploring the world around her.



Product DetailsWith an aunt who considers higher education and employment equally unsuitable for the mayor's daughter, there is little to amuse her save endless committee meetings, evening socials, and her favorite pastime: curling up with an exciting detective novel. The temperance and suffrage movements hold little interest for a young woman who has just endured the rigors of her father's mayoral campaign.



So when a young man shows interest in her friend, Madeline's interest piques--until his actions hint that he might not be the upstanding gentleman everyone presumes him to be. Unable to ignore her concerns, Madeline finds herself in the middle of an investigation into his character and discovers a side of Rockland she's never encountered.



Will her new hobby reduce the tedium of her life, or will her "meddling" create tension for herself and her father? Will she be forced to squelch this budding skill of hers or has Madeline finally found her calling in life?

(https://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Meddlin-Madeline-Mysteries-Book-ebook/dp/B01ERM8RBK/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1491125181&sr=1-1&keywords=Chautona+Havig+-+Sweet+on+You+%28Meddlin%27+Madeline+Mysteries+Book+1%29)


3. Kari Trumbo - Dreams in Deadwood (Seven Brides of South Dakota Book 1).

Kari Trumbo is the co-author of the best-selling Cutter's Creek series. She is a writer of Christian Historical Romance.


Product Details
Jennie Arnsby wants nothing more than to turn around and go home. Her family is on their way to Deadwood, SD, when Aiden finds his way to their small wagon train. His teasing and banter leave her wanting to toss him out the back and in the dust. When they are separated outside the city, she is left wondering if she’ll ever see him again.

Aiden Bradly wants to find his gold and return home. Nothing more. He can’t afford to get tangled with a woman. He’s doing just that until he meets the feisty Jennie. She gets him thinking about his past and forgiveness, but what’s more important, his past or his new future?

Aiden will either redeem his past or claim a treasure greater than he could ever imagine, but he must choose one.

Friends, that's all for today. Don't forget to come back tomorrow to read about the next three authors and their books.  

Remember, the promotion code: 


Have a great day,

Margaret








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