Weekly Drawing

Friday, April 22, 2011

Entering our weekly drawing is easy:

1. Leave a comment on Fridays or...

2. Sign up to follow The Borrowed Book. Followers will automatically be entered for a chance to win that week's drawing!

This week, The Borrowed Book is giving away:

Abigail's New Hope by Mary Ellis ~ As an Amish midwife, Abigail Graber loves bringing babies into the world. But when a difficult delivery takes a devastating turn, Abigail is faced with some hard choices. Despite her best efforts, the young mother dies—but the baby is saved.

When a heartless judge confines Abigail to the county jail for her mistakes, her sister Catherine comes to care for her children while Daniel works his fields. Catherine meets Daniel’s reclusive cousin, Isaiah, who’s deaf and thought to be simple minded by his community. She endeavors to teach him to communicate and discovers he possesses unexpected gifts and talents.

While Abigail searches for forgiveness, Catherine changes lives and, in return, finds love, something long elusive in her life. And Isaiah discovers God, who cares nothing about our handicaps or limitations in His sustaining love.

An inspirational tale of overcoming grief, maintaining faith, and finding hope in an ever-changing world.

Winners will be announced on Saturday, 04/23/11.


Katy said...

This book looks like its a very sweet story. :-D I'd love to be entered into the giveaway!

~ Katy

Cindy W. said...

I would love to be entered to win Abigail's New Hope. I enjoy Amish books.

Smiles & Blessngs,
Cindy W.


Kari Linder said...

I can't wait to read this book! Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win! God Bless!
kari_linder at hotmail dot com

Charity said...

Would love to be entered in this giveaway! Thanks:)


Vickie McDonough said...

This sounds like a fascinating book. An Amish woman in jail--that's a new concept.

fictionfan1 [at] cox [dot] net

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Thank you all for stopping by. Good luck in the drawing!

Lisa Nelson said...

Please enter me!!
Thank you!
Lisa Nelson

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