Friday, August 7, 2020

My Blog's 10th Year Birthday Bash: Christa MacDonald's book giveaway


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

Please welcome my author friend Christa MacDonald.


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 bit more about Christa and her books ...

Author Bio:

Christa MacDonald is a 2017 Carol Award finalist for contemporary Christian fiction. 

She began her writing career at the age of eleven, filling a sketchbook with poems and short stories. After publishing a few short pieces in her college’s literary magazine she took a long hiatus during which she embarked on a few different careers, got married, had three kids, and renovated an old barn masquerading as a house. 

Her most recent work, The Redemption Road, finished the Sweet River Redemption series published by Mountain Brook Ink.

When not working or writing Christa can be found ferrying her kids around, reading, or attempting something crafty. She and her family live along the coast of New England.

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Back Cover Blurb for The Broken Trail:


Katherine Grant takes the job at Sweet River Christian Academy hoping a small town in the wilderness of Maine will be a vacation from her high-powered career and a break from the emotional toll of the secrets she has buried deep. 

With the school director on a power trip and evidence of shady dealings, there’s nothing relaxing about it. Maybe it would be easier if she wasn’t so distracted by Captain MacAlister, the local cop she can’t get along with, yet can’t get out of her head. She didn’t trek up to the middle of nowhere to lose her heart.

Mac doesn’t need the kind of trouble he believes Katherine will bring. He’s got enough to deal with from poachers to drug crime. Mac has rules to maintain his faith, like avoiding the pull of an attractive woman who doesn’t fit his life. But when he meets Katherine, he’s drawn in by her intelligence and strength, despite getting burned by her quick temper.

When near tragedy strikes, Katherine reveals her feelings, and Mac doesn’t hesitate to respond. If only their scars, both seen and unseen, didn’t threaten to tear them apart. 

Two wary hearts must soften and two steel wills bend if they have any hope of making it down the broken trail to love.


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17 comments:

  1. I like to read stories that deal with people that have deep secrets and wounds and find it difficult to trust and heal. I also enjoy seeing people who who have a contentious relationship learn to get along and care for one another. My daughter only reads christian fiction and it is nice when I find books I can share with her. Thank you for participating in this fun event. Stay safe and healthy.

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  3. I have found authors whose stories I enjoy. I also like that I can feel free to share the books with our daughter.

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  4. This books sounds captivating and meaningful. Real people who have to deal with their trials and tribulations which is what most of us face daily.

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    1. Thanks! I try to keep my characters' lives as real as possible.

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  5. This sentence got to me "If only their scars, both seen and unseen, didn’t threaten to tear them apart."

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  6. Hi, I'd love to read this book because it really looks like a quality read, not the twaddle you often see. Also, I love to support authors by reviewing books for them on our blog.

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  7. This sounds like such a great book Thank you for the chance!

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  8. I was thinking earlier this weekend that I would like to read more books that are about teachers or take place in a school. I love Nicole Deese's recent book which made me desire to read more about teachers.

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    1. I loved writing about this school. I wish it existed in real life!

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  9. Small town wilderness, a school, God healing broken people, romance - sounds like a great read!

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