The Scavenger Hunt Stop #9


Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt Stop #9

Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all 31 stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 3 grand prizes!

  • The hunt BEGINS with Stop #1 at Lisa Bergren’s site.
  • Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer).
  • There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt—you have all weekend (until Sunday, 11/6)! So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books.
  • Submit your entry for the grand prizes by collecting the clue on each author’s scavenger hunt post and submitting your answer in the Rafflecopter form at Stop #31. Many authors are offering additional prizes along the way!

It is my honor to host the amazing Rachel Hauck. She and I have become good friends over the past few years and she is truly one of the most extraordinary screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-2-06-06-pmwomen I know. Rachel is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Her book The Wedding Chapel won the 2016 Christy Award.

She is a graduate of Ohio State University, with a BS in Journalism, and lives central Florida with her husband and outdoor cat, Hepzibah. Rachel is also a worship leader, speaker and avid Ohio State football fan.

unknown-2Here’s a brief summary of her newly-republished The Wedding Shop:

            It’s the early 1930s, but Cora Scott is walking in stride as a career woman after having inherited her great aunt’s wedding shop in Heart’s Bend, Tennessee, where brides come from as far away as Birmingham to experience her famed bridal treatment. Meanwhile, Cora is counting down the days until her own true love returns from the river to make her his bride. But days turn into months and months to years. All the while, Birch Good continues to woo Cora and try to show her that while he is solid and dependable, he can sweep her off her feet.

More than eighty years later, former ?Air Force Captain Haley Morgan has returned home to Heart’s Bend after finishing her commitment to military service. After the devastating death of her best friend, Tammy, and discovering the truth about the man she loved, Haley is searching for her place in life.

When Haley decides to reopen the romantic but abandoned wedding shop where she and Tammy played and dreamed as children, she begins a journey of courage, mystery, and love.

As Cora’s and Haley’s stories intertwine through time in the shadow of the beloved wedding shop, they both discover the power of their own dreams and the magic of everyday love.

Here’s Rachel and her post, Diamonds Come From Pressure. 

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Pink Jewel

Since June of last year, I’ve written three books. I’ve learned to write fast, but three books in 16 months is an Olympic pace for me. Ha!

It started when my editor asked if I could write two books in a six months. I would’ve laughed if I hadn’t known she was serious.

I considered her request, breathed deep. “Diamonds come from pressure. Let’s go for it.”

The first of those “diamond” books was The Wedding Shop, which released August 16th! The second was A Royal Christmas Wedding which hit the shelves October 18th.

The third book, The Writing Desk, will be coming your way next summer.

I’m a contemplative writer. I like to think things over. Mull. Look for symbols and metaphors. Find places where the story pings with itself.

Writing fast impedes that process. At least I think it does.

On the other hand, too much mulling and thinking can dim the light and squish the spontaneous inspiration of a book.

While I’m confident of God in me, I’m not always confident of my ability to access Him. Though isn’t that really on His shoulders as well?

About midway through every book, I wonder if “this will be the book that disappoints everyone.”

I’ve read a few beloved author reviews. “Looks like she phoned this one in.” Or, “I loved her other books but pass on this one.”

No author wants that reaction to a book.

So as I entered the “diamond” season of writing two books last fall, I leaned heavily on Jesus.

He was the one who had to take my heat and pressure season and pull out a couple of sparkling gems. Flawless D quality if you please.

Diamonds really do come from pressure.

Reading Wikipedia I learned:

The diamond have superlative physical qualities due to the strong covalent bonding between its atoms. Diamonds are hard! More than any of it’s counterparts.

It can’t be contaminated. Diamonds have very few impurities. Only boron and nitrogen can impact the material and affect imperfections.



But even those “impurities” can make the diamond beautiful. Blue comes from boron. Yellow from nitrogen. Green, purple, pink, orange and red come from radiation exposure.

A pure diamond disperses light of different colors. The prism. Which I write about in most of my novels!

Here’s the kicker. “Diamonds are brought close to the Earth’s surface through deep volcanic eruptions by magma, which cools into igneous rocks known as kimberlites and lamproites.” — Wikipedia.

Huh? Ya lost me. Translation. Diamonds come to the surface through heat and rumbling and pressure!

Well, imagine there was some “diamond” like story in my gut and the pressure of deadline pushed the stories to the surface.

I think God used that season to push me. He wanted me to believe in His process working through me.

He placed the materials that create “diamond stories” in me. It was up to the process of writing and sweating and praying and begging and believing that brought the stories to life.

Most of us run from pressure. We don’t like being under the gun or squeezed. But it’s often in that process God forms diamonds in us. If we let Him!

Warning! Conditions for creating diamonds must be exact. They come from a specific layer of the interior earth. The heat and pressure must be at the right place at the right time.

Same with us. God provides the right time, right place and right “heat and pressure” to form in us His Son.

Don’t let life and expectations drive you away from Him. Out of His will. Or with such busyness you can’t be formed. Sometimes we just need to sit and be.

We are a ring on God’s finger and He wants to show us off.

In early 2014, I couldn’t have written two books. Because of a physical issue, I was struggling to write one!

God knew that… He kept me in a pressure situation but one I could bear. With Him.

Funny thing…

I was in Barnes & Noble the other day and notice the books written under pressure—How To Catch A Prince and The Wedding Shop were my biggest books!


Both earned starred reviews from Booklist.

Jesus is the diamond material in those who believe. But it takes time to form His light in us. But oh how we shine and sparkle! We are multifaceted, showing off the prism of His heart and character!

I trust the process of God in me more than my own abilities. While I hope each book delights readers more than the last, I must leave it up to Him.

I went on to write the third book in the summer and early fall. Still trusting that “diamonds” are being formed and will come to the surface.

What about you? Is there a God-forming diamond process going on in your life? Let Him work and see how you shine!



You can order Rachel’s book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD or at your local bookstore!

The Wedding Shop on Amazon

The Wedding Shop at Barnes and Noble

The Wedding Shop at CBD


Thank you, Rachel, for stopping by…


Here’s the Stop #9 Skinny:

The Clue to Write Down:  Republican,
The link to Stop #10, the Next Stop on the Loop: Rachel Hauck’s own site!

Katherine-Reay-portrait-of-emily-price-coverThe Bronte Plot - Katherine ReayKatherine-Reay-lizzy-and-jane-coverKatherine-Reay Dear Mr Knightly cover  But wait! Before you go, I’m offering two books to two entrants—any one of my books, including the new release A Portrait of Emily Price. All you have to do is leave a comment, sign up to get my newsletter (lots of places on my website) or note that you’re already a subscriber.

Thanks and I hope you’re enjoying the hunt!

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    1. Sarah

      I haven’t read any of your books, but now I am excited to read one of them. That’s what I like about these hunts – to find my next favorite author, I like what you shared on your post about the diamonds.

  2. Becky Smith

    Loved, loved, LOVED this interview with Rachel!! And LOVE her books! They seem to always touch my heart and I am very thankful that I started reading her books! I keep looking at your books and will try them soon. I am already a subscriber to your newsletter. Thank you! I enjoy reading it. Thanks for being part of the hunt.

    1. Katherine Good

      …I realized I put in a different email on my comment than I have for the newsletter. Fixing that with this comment!

      I’ve signed up! The allegory of God making diamonds of us is so true.

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  4. Sarah Ramsey

    I just finished The Portrait of Emily Price and I loved it!! I already want to start over from the beginning and read it again! I am already a subscriber of your newsletter and I have read and loved all of your books. I think though that Dear Mr. Knightley might still be my very favorite:)

  5. Christina

    I really enjoy reading new books. Trying to pass the love of reading on to my children. 🙂 Would love to win. Thanks for the chance.

  6. Melanie

    I love Jane Austen, and own 3 different copies of Pride and Prejudice, and 3 different movie versions as well. 😉 So, if I won, I’d love to read your Lizzy and Jane!

  7. Heather Harris

    Firstly, thank you so much for hosting part of the scavenger hunt. I always enjoy them so much, and as a part time blogger myself, I have at least an inkling of how much effort must go into them. 🙂 I also love your books. I was so happy when I found them in my local library (I live in a small town in New Zealand! so that is no mean feat.) And I have subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

  8. Karina

    I love your book covers and can’t wait to read the books. One of the things I love about the scavenger hunt is find new authors!

  9. Alison Lynch

    I’m adding Emily Price to my Amazon wish list – it sounds great! I’ll follow you on Goodreads too, hope to start reading your stuff soon. I love getting introduced to new authors!

  10. Sarah Wollmann

    I was a bit leary about starting Dear Mr.Knightly but was hooked before I got to chapter two. Haven’t had a chance to read the others but am looking forward to it!!

  11. Suzanne Sellner

    I commented on the last website that I read Dear Mr. Knightley–loved it–and look forward to reading your others. Thanks for participating in this scavenger hunt!

  12. Lora D

    Rachel Hauck, I loved reading your story and all the fascinating facts about diamonds! Yes, I’ve been through the unbelievable pressure God uses to forms us into His diamonds. Although I’d NEVER want to live through the difficult years and seasons in my life, I am so grateful now because of the amazing changes they made in me. I am closer to the Lord than I’ve ever been, I’ve learned to hear His voice clearly, and I am so much more Christlike (ever seeking to be more & more pleasing to Him!) I’m also able to truly encourage friends who are going through extremely difficult times–I can give them hope because of what God has done in me! He truly does work everything together for GOOD for those who love Him…in unbelievable ways. Now when trouble touches my life, I pray and also say, “God, I wonder how you will turn THIS out for good–that will be amazing to see.”

    Katherine, both yours and Rachel’s books sound wonderful! Thank you for sharing your gifts and talents (through much hard work) with us! 🙂

  13. Abigail Mitchell

    Looks like I’m already subscribed. 😀 As far as choosing which two, i don’t have any yet, so whichever are the first two would be awesome! 🙂 I look forward to reading your books.

  14. Ruth Toy

    I am so excited to read these books. I have heard great things about them and have read some of Rachel’s books in the past. I signed up for your newsletter also! 🙂

  15. Gail Hollingsworth

    I’ve been wanting to read your new book and have applied to your street team.

    I’m already a newsletter subscriber.

  16. Judy Welbaum

    Love reading about you..we all have issues with to deal with and sometimes we think we are the only ones….but God promises to guide us.

  17. Megan

    I loved this blog about diamonds. I find it fascinating how they are made. Thanks for sharing! 😀 I signed up for your newsletter.

  18. Donna B

    I am already a subscriber to your newsletter. Thanks for these interviews and giveaways. This was interesting to learn about the diamonds. I love participating in the scavenger hunts. I have learned about some new authors and books.

  19. Sarah K.

    Ohh, The two books Rachel mentioned writing under pressure are two of my favorites of hers thus far. Isn’t it funny how God works? They touched me so deeply!

    As for you, Katherine, I’m a newsletter subscriber, and I absolutely adore you books!

  20. Mary

    Your books look so lovely! I’m seriously in love with the covers (especially for A Portrait of Emily Price!) Not exactly sure how entering the giveaway works, but I just signed up for newsletter. Hopefully I’m doing this correctly. ^_^

  21. Grace Miller

    I am intrigued with The Wedding Shop. I love the comment: We are a ring on God’s finger and He wants to show us off.

  22. Polly Schneider

    I’m definitely going through a diamond forming process right now. My husband has a form of dementia that causes him to do things He normally wouldn’t do. He is currently in a nursing home so this time is a very hard one for us. I am trying to trust the LORD with all my heart.

  23. Mark Brooks

    I love reading all types of different books when I was a kid I dreaded reading but now it’s so relaxing to sit down an read.

  24. Richelle

    Hi Katherine! I’ve read Dear Mr Knightley and Lizzy & Jane multiple times and loved them more each time! I can’t wait to read The Bronte Plot and APoEP. I’ve subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

  25. Loraine N.

    I love the quote that “We are a ring on God’s finger and He wants to show us off.” That is such an encouragement. Thanks for the giveaway. I love the scavenger hunts!

    I am a subscriber to your newsletter Katherine. 🙂

  26. Lori DiAnni

    I had to go right over to Amazon and check out these books. I am so intrigued by them! Can’t wait to start reading them

  27. Mackenzie Carol

    I absolutely love Rachel Hauck, and How to Catch a Prince and The Wedding Shop have been two of my favorites of her books! I have only read one of your books–Dear Mr. Knightly–but I absolutely loved it and am looking forward to reading more soon! Oh, and I’m subscribed to your newsletter!

  28. Susan C.

    This scavenger hunt is fun. I have read both Dear Mr. Knightley and Lizzy & Jane. I loved them both. Looking forward to reading the next two as well. Good luck with your book launch.

  29. Melinda

    Hi, Katherine! I haven’t read any of your books but am glad I discovered you on this scavenger hunt. I’m always looking for another good author as my favorites never write fast enough for me 😉

  30. Anne L. Rightler

    Thank you for sharing. Wow 3 books in 16 months…that’s a whole lot of writing. I like how you said we are a ring on God’s finger. May you (and I) shine his love to a needy world!

  31. Joy

    Thanks so much for being a part of the scavenger hunt. Your blog about diamonds really resonated with me. I think I’m going through a diamond process myself – although the pressure part is a pretty hard thing to go through. Knowing God will make something beautiful out of it makes it worth it!

  32. Amber Ludwig

    signed up for your email list! =) thank you for the fun scavenger hunt! i’m always on the lookout for good clean inspirational books! =)

  33. Pat Shrader

    Interesting diamond analogy. You asked is there a diamond process going on in my life.I don’t think so, but will “mull” it over, or as I like to say “ponder.” The Wedding Chapel sounds great!

  34. Alex Riggs

    I really loved Dear Mr. Knightly. I can’t wait to read the rest of your books. I’m a subscriber to your newsletter. Thanks for being part of the scavenger hunt.

  35. Jessica Beery

    Your books sound just my style – can’t wait to try one!!!
    Thank you for the contest, and I’m thankful for a “not too hectic” weekend so I can enjoy browsing these author websites. 🙂

  36. Beth Rumbaugh

    I thought you were a new reader to me until I realized you wrote The Bronte Plot, which I received as part of a rewards program in which I receive books to give an honest review.

  37. Pauline Osborne

    Is there a God-forming diamond process going on in your life? I would say he is always at work in us even though we don’t know it and I am so thankful that he is. My word this year has been “Grace” and I am so thankful that we are saved by his Grace and not of ourselves….
    thanks for sharing on the hunt.

  38. Shirley Davidson

    I’m loving the ‘hunt’ and thank you for being a part of it. I’m already signed up for you newsletter and follow you on Goodreads.

  39. Julie

    Just signed up for your newsletter. I have seen your books, but never read one – and I’m a huge Pride and Prejudice fan. Odd. I hope that I win, I’m interested in reading one now!

  40. Julie Ward

    I loved your book, Dear Mr. Knightly. It came at a time in my life that I really related to the book and it was such a blessing. Thank you!

  41. Candy

    Your “diamond” books sound wonderful. I have been undergoing the pressures of the making of a domain for the last 7 years after my husband and both parents went to heaven all within 4 months time. God continues to prove Himself faithful to me and the reason I am enduring this process.

  42. Jennifer Sauer

    This was a beautiful post!!! And I learned a lot about diamonds 😛 Thanks so much for it!!! <3

    Dear Mr. Knightly is one of my most favorite books and I can't wait for this new release!! (also, I subscribed to the newsletter! :D)

  43. Rory Lynn

    I believe I am on your Facebook page already and would love to have a chance to experience o ne of your books and get to know some of your characters…thanks for being s part of the hunt

  44. Kimbra Marie Counts

    Subscribed! Love all of your books! They’ve got a prominent place on my shelf. 🙂 I read “Emily Price” as soon as it was available on Kindle, but I would LOVE a physical copy to read again and again!

  45. Frances Cavallo

    I would be so blessed to win…thanks so much for the opportunity!!! I signed up for everything…etc…and love your books!!!

  46. Annie JC

    Yay!!! I can’t wait!! Thanks for participating in the Scavenger Hunt, and featuring Rachel here! Lizzy & Jane and Dear Mr. Knightley are both on my TBR list, so I hope it’s me!! LOL. Thanks!

  47. Amanda T

    I’ve heard so many good things about your books, but haven’t had the opportunity to read them yet. Looking forward to picking one up!

  48. Trixi

    Thank you for your participation in the blog hop! I’m already a subscriber to your newsletter, thanks for the chance to win one of your books 🙂

  49. Caryl Kane

    Katherine, I ADORE your stories! Congratulations on your release of A Portrait of Emily Price!

    I already subscribe to your newsletter.

  50. Samantha B

    I haven’t read any of your books yet, but I heard a lot of good things about them.
    Which one would you recommend I read first?

    I subscribed to your newsletter! 🙂

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      Katherine Reay

      I’d say Dear Mr. Knightley as a “Just Because…” No real reason it should be first. 🙂 Hope you enjoy any you choose.

  51. Lisa

    Already a subscriber & have some of your books. Always want to add to my collection! Thanks for participating in this Scavenger Hunt!

  52. Linda Horin

    Thanks for this interview with Rachel Hauck. I have enjoyed several of her books, and would like to read more. I would also like to read one of your books. They look very interesting.

  53. Sheila

    It is nice to have met you and your books will be added to my quickly growing pile of “new author’s” books to read. But I have also signed up to receive your newsletter so you will keep me in the loop about what’s new! Thanks for that!!!

  54. Jennie Webb

    I love your books but have not yet read Emily Price, and I really want to! So many books, so little time. But don’t worry, I will get to it soon-especially if I win it here! 🙂

  55. Mary Kay Moody

    Hi Katherine!
    Nice to meet another Chicagoan (former, for me). And another Katherine (though mine is Kathryn). Hope I run into you at a conference. Would love to hear about the places you’ve lived. Eager to read “A Portrait…” too. Thanks for participating in the Hunt! ~ Mary Kay

  56. Amy Putney

    I already subscribe to your newsletter! 🙂 LOVE you books! Just finished Emily, and… <3!!! My review will be coming soon!

  57. Karis

    I love all of your books (Dear, Mr. Knightly the most) and am looking forward to reading A Portrait of Emily Price the next time it’s free at the library. I’m already a subscriber to your newsletter.

  58. Karen

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about growth under pressure. Our family went through near-tragedy last year, and since then, we’ve been working our way back to a new normal. We’re learning that God has very different ideas for our lives than we ever do! I’m still working on learning and accepting God’s will for me. It’s definitely a life-long process!

    1. Karen

      Oh, and I’m already subscribed! I already own Lizzie & Jane (LOVED it!) and The Portrait of Emily Price (on my TBR pile), so I’d love to read your other 2!!!

  59. Rhonda

    Love the covers of your books. They look so inviting. Hope to win one to read but I will read one soon even if I don’t win it.

  60. Kim

    I love how your covers, Katherine, are all illustrated! Such a breath of fresh air in the Christian book market. 🙂
    I just subscribed to your newsletter.

  61. Jackie Lehman

    I already have read Rachel Hauck. LOVE her Wedding Dress book. Katherine Reay- Another new author for my reading list !!!

  62. Terry Grubb

    Thanks for being a part of the scavenger hunt. This is fun. I love to read and would love to win one of your books. Keep writing and serving our Lord.

  63. Teresa Leacock

    I have read all your books except the new one – look forward to it, also have read all of Rachel’s & loved them! Thanks for a chance to win! Keep up the writing! 🙂

  64. Liz Riggs

    Love the comparison of writing on a strict time line and diamonds being formed! Three books in 16 months? Whew, impressive!

  65. Merry Van Tamelen

    I have not read any of your books, but I always looking to read new books and authors. Thank you for the chance to read a new book.

  66. Janice Moore

    I subscribed to your newsletter – thank you!
    This book reminds me of the song that says: “He’s making diamonds, diamonds, diamonds out of dust, He’s making diamonds out of us” – these words are so important that I taught them at Bible School, along with gestures – the kids loved it!

  67. Carolyn Benton

    I’m meeting some wonderful new authors through this scavenger hunt! Thank you for participating and introducing your works. I’m looking forward to reading your newsletter.

  68. Ronnell Gibson

    I love the scavenger hunt and getting to know the authors and their works! Thanks for being a part of it and a giveaway to boot!

  69. Sonnetta Jones

    I love your description of diamonds and comparing it to God. God is definitely allowing me to go through the diamond stage. I lost my twin on the 28th of September. It is one of the most difficult time but I see how God is using to remind our family and friends of our ultimate goal in life- is to be faithful to the end so that we can be with God in heaven.

  70. Tamara Frost

    I loved your story about diamonds and writing so fast. Have you ever tried NaNoWriMo? They challenge people to write 50k words of a novel in 30 days (the month of November). It’s a good chunk of a first draft! Check it out if you like–it’s something I’ve supported for nearly ten years now, and it’s a fantastic way to spur on writing. 🙂

  71. Pam Graber

    I’m in the “I haven’t read any of your books YET camp” but would love to win one so I can get started on them! Thanks for being a part of the hunt and for offering your books as a giveaway.

  72. Rachel

    I am looking forward to finding your books! I think ‘The Portrait of Emily Rice’ will be a story I enjoy, lovely to ‘meet’ a new author!

  73. Felicity Shepherd

    I bought my sister your books Lizzy and Jane, and Dear Mr Knightly. I enjoyed Dear Mr Knightly more, but I think Lizzy and Jane gave me a bit of a look into cancer, which I reflected on after reading it because I work in a hospital, and with some people fighting cancer.

  74. Cassie

    Hi Katherine! I’m already a subscriber, and I would love to win these books! I’ve read them all, but I have the perfect people in mind to gift them to! <3

  75. Rose Milligan

    Just signed up for your newsletter. I’ve not had the opportunity to read any of your books, but they look and sound great. Thanks for having the giveaway!

  76. Lynda E.

    Love the post about diamonds, and the application. I needed that right now. Thanks for the bonus giveaway and for participating in the hunt. I signed up for your newsletter.

  77. Carrie

    I always look forward to a new release from you! And pre-order your books as soon as they are available on amazon. Thank you for the amazing stories you weave through the pages!

  78. Stephanie Carlson

    I’m already subscribed to you email. 🙂 Thank you for being a part of the Scavenger Hunt. These are always so much fun.

    Thank you,
    Stephanie C.

  79. Dawn Hogue

    I just signed up :). Love the sound of your stories — have not read any of your books, but I have them on my “to read” list.

  80. Elizabeth

    I really like Rachel’s Royal Wedding series and am looking forward to reading the Christmas release! You are a new-to-me author, but I want to read your books just because I like the covers so much. 🙂

  81. Jennifer Miles

    This is awesome. Both the fact you are part of the scavenger hunt, and the cool info about diamonds. I had only heard that “diamonds are a girls best friend.” So now I really want to check out your books. Thanks!

  82. Melanie Kilsby

    Diamonds are a girls’ best friend they say… and sometimes I often wonder why?

    Aren’t we diamonds? Under the pressure of life and the hand of God, constantly being refined? Because we all know how shiny and reflective, the diamond is; A sparkling dazzle of beauty to portray His light.

    Thank you for the post and shinning your wisdom. And Katherine, I can’t wait to read some of your great works!!

  83. Mallori

    I have read books by both Katherine and Rachel and loved them all! I can’t read the newest by each.

    I am already a subscriber.

  84. Terrill Rosado

    Ever since reading Dear Mr. Knightley, I am in anticipation for every Katherine Reay new release. I can say with all certainty that Dear Mr. Knightley is one of my top 5 all-time favorite books. I’m loving the reader buzz for The Portrait of Emily Price and can’t wait to finally read it myself!

  85. Tricia Morrison-Stork

    Nothing like a scavenger hunt to find some wonder things!!! In this case, another new author that I can signup for their newsletters (like I did here) and hunt down their books to add to my winter TBR list. Thank you for the chance to win &for being a part of the hunt.

  86. Beth Erin

    Hi Katherine! I’m late to the party but I couldn’t set Emily Price down until the end! I’m already a subscriber. Thanks for participating in the Scavenger Hunt and providing a bonus giveaway!

  87. Perrianne Askew

    I have not read your books yet, but enjoyed your anaology about “diamonds coming from pressure.” I love the scavenger hunt! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity as well. I am already a subscriber to your newsletter.

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