Thursday, August 20, 2020

My Blog's 10th Year Birthday Bash: Liz Tolsma's book giveaway

Welcome to the 20th day of my blog's birthday bash!

Please welcome my author friend Liz Tolsma.

She's here to give away one of her books!

Enter the book giveaway contest via the Rafflecopter widget the end of this blog post. Only residents of the USA are eligible to receive a signed paperback copy of this author's books. International residents will only receive ebook copies due to costs of mailing books outside of the USA.

Let's learn a little bit more about Liz and her book ...

Author Bio:

Liz Tolsma is the author of several WWII novels, romantic suspense novels, prairie romance novellas, and an Amish romance. 

She is a popular speaker and an editor and resides next to a Wisconsin farm field with her husband and their youngest daughter. Her son is a U.S. Marine, and her oldest daughter is a college student. 

Liz enjoys reading, walking, working in her large perennial garden, kayaking, and camping.

 Please visit her blog, The Story behind the Story, at and follow her on Facebook, Twitter (@LizTolsma), and Pinterest. She is also a regular contributor to the Midwest Almanac blog.

Back Cover Blurb for Liz's book:

When Harriet Peters came to Boston in 1882, the Robinson family took her in like one of their own, and Harriet became closer to Lizzie Robinson than her own siblings. 

Now, four years later, Lizzie is deathly sick, failing quickly just like several others in her family have done over the past few years. How can so many in one family die from the same mysterious illness? 

Harriet doesn’t have answers, but she is determined to help the family, bringing in a new-to-the-neighborhood doctor, Michael Wheaton.

As Harriet and Michael close in on the answer, putting their own lives at risk, can the cause be found before anyone else dies?

Enter this book giveaway contest for your chance to WIN a copy of this book by filling out the entry form on the Rafflecopter widget below:

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  1. This is so funny as I read a book called The Black Dress and it was so good. I really would love to read this as I was in a foster home that the mom came down with Lou Gherigs Disease and since then her son and daughter have both died from the same thing and they were in there early 40's there is only 1 living son and he looks completely different than the others we always think that my foster dad brought him back from the war he was in as he never got the disease and is so healthy also he was the oldest of the 3 kids that they had. Also I want to read as it is a mystery about illness. God Bless peggy clayton

  2. This captivating and memorable novel interests me greatly since it is profound and meaningful. Stories that deal with serious family concerns resonate with me. Many thanks.

  3. The late 1800's is a favorite time period of mine. It sounds like it includes several favorite themes - a welcoming family, friendships, a mystery with a partnership to investigate it. It sounds like it will be a good read, both suspenseful and uplifting.

  4. The Green Dress sounds very intriguing and I would like to know if they find a cure or reason for the sickness.

  5. Because I love reviewing books, especially Christian historical fiction.

  6. It takes place in one of my favorite cities and the cover drew me in.

  7. I've heard it's a good read! Sounds intriguing.

  8. I love Liz's books about WWII and so I'm sure I'd enjoy reading this book also.

  9. The premise sounds fascinating. I have a few history teacher friends in my book club who I think would love this!

  10. I enjoy reading mysteries. The storyline is interesting.
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