Thursday, August 27, 2020

My Blog's 10th Year Birthday Bash: Tara Grace Ericson's book giveaway


Welcome to the 27th day of my blog's birthday bash!

Please welcome my author friend Tara Grace Ericson.


She's here to give away a copy of 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 Tara and her book ...

Author Bio:

Tara Grace Ericson lives in Missouri with her husband and two sons.

 She studied engineering and worked as an engineer for many years before embracing her creative side to become a full-time author. 

She loves cooking, crocheting, and reading books by the dozen. Her writing partner is usually her black lab - Ruby - and a good cup of coffee or tea. 

Tara unashamedly watches Hallmark movies all winter long, even though they are predictable and cheesy. She loves a good “happily ever after” with an engaging love story. 

That’s why Tara focuses on writing clean contemporary romance, with an emphasis on Christian faith and living. She wants to encourage her readers with stories of men and women who live out their faith in tough situations. 

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Back Cover Blurb for A Date for Daisy

He thinks she’s the captain of the Hot Mess Express.
She thinks he’s rigid and wound too tight.
And this renovation is about to get complicated.


Daisy Bloom is determined to turn her 100-year-old house into a bed and breakfast. The only problem? She knows nothing about renovations.

Enter Lance Matthews, construction guru and business owner. He is determined to tackle this project with his usual methodical, organized approach. His only problem? The beautiful and infuriating homeowner -- deeply involved with the project and completely averse to lists, schedules, or any form of organization.

When sparks fly between these wildly different personalities, will they find common ground? Or does God have other plans for each of them?

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Connect with Tara:
Free Story/Newsletter Signup: www.taragraceericson.com/mailinglist.html

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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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24 comments:

  1. It's sounds like a great read!

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  2. I can see the sparks flying now. This will be so much fun to read.

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  3. I really appreciate that Tara includes her Christian faith in her writing!

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    1. Thank you, Caroline! God has called me to infuse my faith into my stories, and I am so grateful for readers who value the same thing!

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  4. This would be a book that I would get as this is the name of our chihuahua but besides and more important than that Tara writes with faith and many books out now don't and that is the kind of book that helps me get thru the day as battling a disease RSD. peggy clayton

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    1. Books with faith do so much more than entertain us, don’t they? Good luck with the giveaway and tell Daisy she’s a good girl for me!

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  5. Being retired and on a budget it's always nice to win a free book. The fact that it's a clean wholesome look just makes it better. Thank you for the opportunity to win this.
    God Bless you and your family.

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  6. I enjoy reading books that are clean and encouraging with a spiritual influence. I am always looking for authors that write positive books.

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    1. I love how many wonderful Christian authors get the chance to share their words with the world these days!

      I hope you find exactly what you are looking for within my books :)

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  7. New author to me :)
    Happy Birthday!!!

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  8. Happy Birthday! Your book sounds intriguing and I Love the book cover. Have a Great weekend and stay safe. God Bless you and your family.

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  9. We bought a Victorian farm house that was built in 1898. We were not doing a B & B, but we did have to gut it to the studs and redo everything. I can relate to both Daisy and Lance. I can do schedules, but I do tend to get ideas when things are under way. We did most of the work ourselves, but did get a contractor for an addition. I think I really did drive him nuts with my suggestions.

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  10. Haven't read yet sounds like a great book!

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  11. This one has been on my tbr since I first heard of it!

    I love bed and breakfast books, and this one sounds so darling!

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  12. I love books that talk of turning houses into bnbs or restoring them to their original state.

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