Ok. I’ve closed the Bo Giertz Giveaway and have sent out an email to those who entered. (Let me know if that failed somehow.) Now, on to a Sarah Baughman Giveaway! This Lutheran author has graciously offered a free copy of A Flame in the Darkness, a solid and satisfying book set in Wittenberg during the Reformation. I reviewed it here. I really enjoyed it!
A single copy of A Flame in the Darkness will go to one commenter below. Only those a USA or USA military address address are eligible. Let’s run this for a week or two, and I’ll randomly select the winner with a handy-dandy plugin. Fair enough?
Imagine this: handing out A Flame in the Darkness to new members or visitors to your congregation. Or, have a book club at your church! Personally, I’d enjoy something churchy—smells, bells and the Prayers—or take over the youth room! (Why do the youth get a room again? Comfort reserved for young? Lame.)
I bet this book in particular could be a great book to kick it off, followed by Katie Schuermann‘s series or anything else. (Um. If you look elsewhere for book suggestions, avoid smut of course and discuss how much “language” is acceptable. Just throwing that out there.) Why not use a book club to round up a little extra community involvement? It could be great and stir up conversation and Christian support.
Meanwhile, read and write, folks! We’re out here waiting! 😉
PS. Don’t forget to comment below to enter the Baughman Giveaway! Spread the word!
10 Responses to Baughman Giveaway
Woohoo! This is another on my ever growing TBR list!
Yay! This book is on my “to read” list because I’ve heard such great reviews.
Looking forward to reading this book!
I enjoy historic fiction!
This sounds fascinating- thanks for offering this giveaway!
I’ve heard a lot about this book and would love to read it.
I thought I replied to this last week, but I don’t see my post, so will try again. I am planning to read this book, so would love to be entered in the give away.
I have enjoyed the previous books by this author and would enjoy reading this new one. It very sounds interesting.
A Facebook friend was just raving about this book, so now I’m curious. 😉