Book Winner and July’s book—They Almost Always Come Home by Cynthia Ruchti

I only posted three times last month due to a family vacation (you’ll hear more about that next week) and several other things going on in our family, but I do want to post the winner of the drawing for the June giveaway–Mary DeMuth. As soon as I receive her mailing address, the book Finding Jeena by Sharlene MacLaren will be on its way to her.

This month’s drawing will be for an ARC copy of Cynthia Ruchti’s debut novel–They Almost Always Come Home. This copy was provided by Abingdon Press for promotional purposes which is one of the reasons I do a monthly book drawing–to introduce authors and their books to readers who maybe haven’t had the chance to “meet” them yet.

I am so happy to have the opportunity to help promote Cynthia Ruchti’s book. Cynthia was one of the first people I met at my first ACFW conference in Kansas City in 2002. She is a delightful person, and I’ve enjoyed our contacts at the conference and also reading the Backyard Friends magazine which is an outgrowth of The Heartbeat of the Home radio broadcast she has been involved in for many years. She also directed our ACFW choir several years and now serves as President of American Christian Fiction Writers. And she is very gifted and talented at all of these endeavors.

So, I can’t wait to read this intriguing sounding novel. I have parts of three other books already started (not counting 2 Bible studies! Does anyone else do this?), so this book is number 4 in my TBR pile, and I plan to finish reading it before I have to mail it off to a blessed winner next month. To be entered in the drawing, just leave a comment on any post this month along with your email info so I can contact you if your named is picked. Everyone with an American email is eligible except last month’s winner.

To whet your appetite to read this book like it did mine, I will share the first sentence of the back cover: “She would leave her husband…if she could find him.” Want to read more? I do. Good thing tomorrow is my happy birthday so I plan to fore go most of my usual activities (except going out to eat with my hubby!) and try to finish at least one of the other books so I can start this one! Happy reading, everyone!

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2 Responses to

  1. Karen Lange says:

    Happy Birthday, Rose! Hope you have a wonderful day.

    The book sounds like it would be interesting! Thanks for introducing it to me.


  2. karenk says:

    happy (belated) birthday, rose…

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

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