Saturday, August 1, 2020

My Blog's 10th Year Birthday Bash: Bell Renshaw's book giveaway


Welcome to the first day of my blog's 10th birthday bash!

Please welcome my author friend Bell Renshaw! 


She's here to give away two of her books from her Justin Harbor series!


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 bit more about Bell and her books ...

Author Bio:

Annabell “Bell” Renshaw has always loved books and the power of a good story.

She turned those passions toward writing at an early age, finding solace and adventure in made-up worlds when her mother would read to her as a kid. 

She’s grown up now, but still finds herself lost in those worlds. She believes in the power of a happy ending and the fact that—no matter what—love will always find a home.

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Back Cover Blurb for Bell's book As Easy As Riding A Bike:


Emma Holland is almost finished with the renovation of The Brown Bear Lodge nestled just off the Pacific Coast 101 Highway in picturesque Justin Harbor, Oregon. Being a business owner in a small town isn’t easy, but Emma’s got more than enough determination—not to mention an excellent eye for interior design. There’s only one problem. One of her first guests of the season is someone she hoped she’d never see again.

As a famous landscape photographer, Connor Pearson has traveled far and wide following his dreams at the cost of losing his first love. Now, back in Justin Harbor, Connor is looking for more than just a place to stay. He’s looking for himself.

As Emma and Connor rediscover their lost friendship and seek to find common ground in the present, Connor feels the tug of his small town roots. Is it possible that a man who’s traveled the world could find his home where his dreams began? Can Emma come to terms with the fact that self-reliance isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? Will their bonds from the past weather the storms of the present?

As Easy as Riding a Bike will introduce you to the salty air and calming waters of Justin Harbor, the first novella in a series featuring small town women business owners.

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Back Cover Blurb for Bell's book As Easy As Cherry Pie:


Maggie Petten has perfected the perfect pie—at least that’s what everyone who tastes her confections says. But when the size of her shop interferes with the possibility of a dream-job, she’s resigned to turn down the opportunity.

Fletcher Knight finds it difficult to say no to those who need help. When his father died leaving him in charge of the family’s contracting business, as well as his younger brother, he thought he was ready for the challenge, but his kindness has turned into his weakness. After a few financial hits, he’s not sure he can survive. Still, when he overhears Maggie’s predicament, he immediately volunteers to help before knowing the scope of the job.

Maggie isn’t in a position to be picky, but is she ready to work with Fletcher? After all, he was her worst (and best) first date experience a year ago, but his silence since then speaks volumes. But as a business woman, she understands the benefits outweigh the discomfort—or so she hopes.

When the project begins, things turn from awkward to disastrous leaving Maggie and Fletcher to question their working relationship and more. As they work to overcome the difficulties and challenges life and business throws at them, they start to see they may have more in common than they realize. And that together their success may cross from professional to personal.

Journey back to the small, coastal town of Justin Harbor, Oregon and let the warm, salty air surround you as this couple trips and stumbles into love.

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Connect with Bell:
Website - www.bellrenshaw.jimdo.com
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bellreadsbooks/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/authorbellren
Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/bellrenshaw/


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26 comments:

  1. I want to read Bell's books because they look interesting, intriguing, have a personality all of their own and each of the books are unique. I love the book covers and the excerpts sound like great reads.
    I'm always looking to read more books, try new authors and genres. This is where and how I usually find my favorite authors. Love books like this.
    Bell is a new author to me but would love to learn more about this author and their books.
    Would love to read and review Bell's books in print format.
    Hope I Win.
    Crystal

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  2. I would love to read a clean book as every book recently I have read seems like even those i think are clean authors they have things in the book that makes them terrible books for me. Happy 10th Birthday! peggy clayton ptclayton2 @aol.com

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    1. I like to keep my books clean - about the level of a kiss but nothing beyond that :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Always looking for authors of christian novels. Tired of having to skip half a book because of scenes or language.

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    1. You wont find scenes or language here :) Hope you get the chance to read one of my books!

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  4. Both of these books sound interesting.

    Congratulations, Alexis, on 10 years!

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  5. I love a good contemporary romance! I am not familiar with Bell’s writing, would love to check it out.

    pattymh2000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! I hope you get the chance to read one of my books :)

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  6. New author to me! Love the covers!

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  7. Bells books sounds like my type of read i feel like i can sit down and read the whole book in one setting

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    1. Oh you certainly can with my novellas! The second Justin Harbor book is longer, but not too long :)

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  8. The book names and descriptions sound adorable and she would be a new author for me.

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  9. Wow! Congrats on 10 years!

    I want to read them because the covers are adorable!

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  10. They sound like beautiful books. Great covers.

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  11. I love small town centered stories and series. The setting is itself a character in the story. Both of these stories sound most enjoyable.

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    1. I completely believe in setting as character too! It's one of the reasons I picked the Oregon Coast - it's one of my favorite locations!

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  12. I enjoy second chances and a hero who cannot prevent himself from helping when it is in his power to do so.

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    1. Me too - probably why I have a slight crush on my MC Fletcher *hehe*

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  13. Thank you so much for having me Alexis! I am so happy to get to introduce my books to some new readers!

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  14. 'Cause any book with titles like those have to be good, haha!

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