An Amish Garden GIVEAWAY

6 May

An Amish Garden

An Amish Garden

Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, Tricia Goyer, & Vannetta Chapman

Rooted in Love  by Beth Wiseman
Rosemary is doing her best to run her family’s household. She excels at all her tasks except one: gardening. Saul has been interested in her for years, but Rosemary has turned him down repeatedly. Saul begins helping with her family’s garden, but someone is sabotaging his efforts—and keeping a secret that could change their lives.

Flowers for Rachael by Kathleen Fuller
Rachael’s garden is beautiful, but she is lonely. Gideon is in love with Rachael, but when Rachael finds her garden in shambles after a crisis, she rejects his help. Will she realize she doesn’t have to do everything on her own?

Seeds of Love by Tricia Goyer
When a corporation shows interest in buying Sadie’s heirloom seeds, she panics. They are all she has left of her Dat and Mem. Eli believes he can help Sadie, but a misunderstanding leaves her heartbroken. Will she trust him again, and will the seeds of a new relationship take root?

Where Healing Blooms by Vannetta Chapman
Emma discovers a run-away teen in her barn, and the bishop asks her to provide a haven for a woman and her two children. Then her mother-in-law reveals a secret about her garden. Will Emma choose loneliness or learn to accept God’s gifts?

Thoughts:

An Amish Garden is a fantastic collection of Amish novellas! Each of the four novellas is refreshing, unique, and a delight to read!

I loved everything about this book! Even before I began reading, I was drawn to the beautiful cover of An Amish Garden. Endearing characters and engaging storylines drew me in even deeper and surrounded me with peace and comfort.

Hope, encouragement, and healing burst from the pages and romance blooms in An Amish Garden!

One of my favorite novellas in this collection is Where Healing Blooms by Vannetta Chapman.  This beautiful novella is like a breath of fresh air!

I quickly fell in love with Emma Hochstetter and her mother-in-law, Mary Ann. Emma’s loving heart and Mary Ann’s wonderful words of wisdom are simply delightful! Their story is as special as the garden they so lovingly tend.

As Mary Ann said, “Gardens are a place to rest, to draw near, and to heal.” These words are so true of the garden in this lovely story, where hope and healing spring forth and romance blossoms.

To order a copy of An Amish Garden, please visit: http://vannettachapman.com/books/an-amish-garden/

 

GIVEAWAY! 

Vannetta Chapman has graciously offered a copy of An Amish Garden to be given away to one lucky reader! 

Do you plant a garden?

To enter, please leave a comment and answer the question, “Do you plant a garden?”  Don’t forget to include your email address!

To earn additional entries, you may do the following:
◦ Let me know you follow my blog
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◦ Share this giveaway through Facebook, Twitter, your blog, or email

Be sure and leave a comment letting me know what you have done to earn additional entries.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends Sunday, May 11 at midnight CST.  The winner will be drawn and announced on Monday, May 12.  Good luck!!

 

22 Responses to “An Amish Garden GIVEAWAY”

  1. Savurbks May 6, 2014 at 3:20 pm #

    I SO want to read this book; it sounds wonderful! I plant both flower and vegetable gardens (and I follow your blog)! Thanks!!

  2. susanlulu2013 May 6, 2014 at 5:16 pm #

    My late husband always had a garden, as does his father who is now 86. Even my father who is 89 (almost 90) has a tiny garden, but me, “no.” I always had to work hard in ours as a child, so it’s not something I enjoy, although I do love to eat fresh food.
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

  3. eppersonkatrina May 6, 2014 at 5:59 pm #

    I love to plant a garden. It’s the one thing I look forward to most of all in the spring. I start with my flowers then migrate over to my vegetable patch. I love the beauty the flowers bring and the harvest of vegetables I get to enjoy all year long. Now if you were to ask my children this question they would readily say no, but they love the fresh veggies when they come in.
    eppersonkatrina(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. Katie J. May 6, 2014 at 6:33 pm #

    This books sounds absolutely wonderful. I really would love to read this one. I wish I had a green thumb. I’ve tried a couple of times to plant a garden but I don’t have much luck. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    I am a follower of the blog.

    johnsonk133{at)yahoo(dot)com

  5. Darlene Warner May 6, 2014 at 8:12 pm #

    I live in town & don’t plant a garden but I usually plant 2 tomato plants. Would love to get these books.
    dardar.56@juno.com

  6. Chris Granville May 6, 2014 at 8:43 pm #

    I plant a small garden I have neighbors that share
    God bless All of you Your book sounds great
    Chris
    granvilleATfrontiernetDOTnet

  7. susanmsj May 6, 2014 at 10:17 pm #

    I plant a very small garden. I am really new at it. This year I am growing peppers, okra and pumpkins. Thank you for a chance to win a copy of this book.
    I signed up to be a follower of your blog.
    susanmsj at msn dot com

  8. Juanita Cook May 7, 2014 at 2:54 am #

    We have a small veggie garden every year. Tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, banana peppers & zucchini this year. Thanks for a chance at winning this book.
    seraohinanfel7(at)aol(dot)com

  9. angela chesnut May 7, 2014 at 8:35 am #

    No I do not plant a garden.

  10. jennifersmith1983 May 7, 2014 at 11:14 am #

    Thanks for the chance to win! I’ve seen a lot about this book and hope I get a chance to read it. I am following your blog on WordPress.

    I WISH I had a green thumb, but I don’t! Recent attempts to keep flowers alive failed, so I probably won’t be planting a garden anytime soon. 🙂 jennismith1983(at)gmail(dot)com

  11. Carolyn Jefferson May 7, 2014 at 1:05 pm #

    I live in an apt. in town, so I can’t put out a garden.
    When I lived in country I did.
    Carolyn Jefferson
    carolynj67@att.net

  12. hellosommer2013 May 7, 2014 at 2:29 pm #

    Yes I do plant a garden, but I’ve never planted a flower garden before.
    oh.hello.hiya@gmail.com

  13. Karen G May 7, 2014 at 5:52 pm #

    I plant a veggie garden (my fourth year). This year I’m planting Big Beef and Amish paste tomatoes, peppers and corn. Hope to start planting in two weeks if it ever warms up!!
    kmgervais(at)nycap(dot)rr(dot)com

  14. Ruth Smith May 9, 2014 at 6:33 am #

    Hi Ladies, we plant a veggie garden, enough for us, the crows, the turkeys, the rabbits and the deer!!!
    I loved the reviews of the books and they all sound wonderful. I LIKE you FB, follow you on Twitter, tweeted about the blog, and shared the giveaway on Google as well. I follow the blog via e-mail. I love all the Amish books and hope to be among your winners of your An Amish Garden. Thanks to all for sharing your God given talent!!
    ratsmith140(at)gmail(com)com

  15. beckie May 9, 2014 at 3:10 pm #

    normally, yes; but this year with all of my kids’ stuff, I have been reduced to herbs, a cherry tomato plant, and a few flowers.

  16. Found a Christian by His Grace May 9, 2014 at 5:03 pm #

    Yes… I do garden! Tomatoes, squash, beans, beets, and for flowers we grow lots of daylilies, cosmos, and this year we’re trying poppies. We’d also LOVE to have a mini-lavendar field for the bees. It would be so cool to think that maybe we were helping produce lavendar honey. 🙂

  17. karenk May 10, 2014 at 9:15 am #

    I do plant a ‘flower garden’ thank for the chance to read this wonderful novel 😉

  18. faithful acres homestead May 20, 2014 at 11:30 am #

    I follow your blog. I shared on twitter and on my Faithful Acres Books page on fb.

    I do love to garden but for the last two years we have not had a garden due to health reasons not allowing us to get one done. Would love to get in many container plants this year.

    Linda

  19. Anna Miller June 2, 2014 at 8:39 am #

    Would love to read this book. Thanks so much for an opportunity to win a copy. Love anything Amish!!!!

  20. Sandy Guilbeaux June 24, 2014 at 3:38 am #

    Hello,
    Yes, I do plant a gardens of flowers and veggies. Both gardens are so rewarding, the veggie for the fresh and money saving food and the flowers for the beauty.
    ****Love the Beautiful Cover on Your Book :-)****
    I just signed up for your blog 🙂 and did a facebook share.. We live close to Amish Country in PA and so enjoy visiting there plus reading
    Amish books. Thank You for the book giveaway.

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