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Eep! I’m so excited for this giveaway today. I have been hoarding two books just for you.
First, a little bit of fun news: The Earth is Full won first place and The Heavens Are Telling won second place in the Faith Based Fiction category of The North American Book Awards. Whoop!
So, to celebrate, and to kick off my very favorite season, I am giving away:
One copy of The Earth is Full, one copy of The Heavens Are Telling, and a $15.00 gift card to your choice of either Starbucks or Dutch Bros.
How’s that for a fun giveaway? Coffee and a good book are my very favorite combination and I want to share the same with you. Follow the link below for a chance to enter the raffle. Please share and enter as many times as you want. Happy Reading, Friends.
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P.S. don’t forget about the fun eBook sale going on for just a bit longer–and look for The Heavens Are Telling on the list!
“Human trafficking is a worldwide epidemic, growing rapidly, and most of the sexually enslaved are children. B.D. Riehl does an excellent job of portraying the essence of what these kids go through and is raising awareness about this horrific injustice, while telling a beautiful story of God’s unconditional love and unending faithfulness.”
Chiang Rai, Thailand
Suchin is a young Thai girl and a victim of human trafficking in the city of Pattaya, Thailand. She is trapped in a dark world of corruption and perversity with little hope of ever escaping her captivity.
Lydia is a pretty and privileged eighteen-year-old American girl, with a hard heart and a cynical attitude toward her life and others. She has kept her deepest secrets private, and is on a downward spiral of resistance and rebellion.
Charlotte is a middle class stay-at-home mom and housewife who is living the life she desires. However, she often finds herself consumed by her discontentment and overwhelmed by the mundane routine of her life and her feelings of inadequacy.
Three aching souls are brought together from across the globe as a result of an unexpected mission. Despite threats of corruption and potential violent retaliation, one organization risks everything to show God’s love to the most barren and bleak corners of the world and to prove that, despite the extreme oppression and injustice in the world, the Earth is full of God’s unfailing love. Will these women’s hearts be shrouded in darkness forever, or can God’s light, which cancels out all darkness, transform their lives as they become Children of Deliverance?
The Earth Is Full is a story of hope, rescue, and redemption that will touch your heart and soul.
A frightened teen rescued from the horrors of the licentious streets of Pattaya, Thailand, Nataya, immediately regrets leaving her friend Suchin behind in the brothel. But when Nataya is given life-changing news, she learns that Suchin isn’t the only one that still needs rescuing.
A lonely Peace Corps volunteer in Cambodia, Jakobi, wants to make a difference in the world. The arrival of two orphaned children in the small village where she lives soon challenges everything Jakobi thought she knew about life and humanity.
The owner of an eclectic clothing store in Boise, Idaho, Zanna, is fiercely independent. She doesn’t need her family or anyone else. Or at least that’s what she thinks until one horrifying morning changes everything in her life.
Three compelling and heart-wrenching journeys interweave in unexpected ways to challenge the most basic of beliefs.
The Heavens Are Telling is a story of evil, sometimes unashamed and blatant, and sometimes disguised behind kind faces and religious norms. Even more, it is a story of God’s grace in unimaginable circumstances. A story of God’s sovereignty and His relentless pursuit of His children, whom He loves, no matter the cost.