unless I find more books to giveaway…..this one is a bit different…..

Healer by Linda Windsor

Sixth-century Scotland—in the time of Arthur….
“The Gowrys’ seed shall divide your mighty house and bring a peace beyond the ken of your wicked soul.”

Her mother’s dying prophecy to the chieftain Tarlach O’Byrne sentenced Brenna of Gowrys to twenty years of hiding. Twenty years of being hunted—by the O’Byrnes, who fear the prophecy, and by her kinsmen, who expect her to lead them against their oppressors. But Brenna is a trained and gifted healer, not a warrior queen. So she lives alone in the wilderness with only her pet wolf for company. When she rescues a man badly wounded from an ambush, she believes he may be the answer to her deep loneliness. Healing him comes as easy as loving him. But can their love overcome years of bitterness and greed…and bring peace and renewed faith to the shattered kingdom?

The Author:

Linda Windsor is the best-selling, award-winning author of 29 novels in both the CBA and ABA markets, with an estimated million books in print. A former professional musician, Linda speaks often (and sometimes sings) for writing and/or faith seminars. Her recent work includes the early Celtic Fires of Gleannmara trilogy.


This one to enter….please share your favorite author you read over and over again, and why…..

If you would like an additional entry, share on Facebook  or on your blog about my giveaway. Each posting, if you provide a link, will give you an additional entry. It is a short  one, so encourage people to be prompt!

You must leave your email address or you will not be entered.

This giveaway is for U.S. residents only. The deadline for entry is Wednesday, December 15, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. EST. A winner will be chosen via the Martha and boys generator on Thursday, December 16, 2010 and will be contacted via email. The best to all of you!

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  1. JOYE

    An author I read a lot is Margaret Daley-she writes such warm loving stories.

  2. My all time favorite author who I read and reread and reread is Melody Beattie. She has helped me tons!! I was a total codependent and really needed to set and keep some serious boundaries. WIth her help I have been able to do so.

    I read Karen Kingsbury over and over when it comes to fiction.


  3. Ann Lee Miller

    Please enter me in the drawing. I love Linda’s books.
    Ann Lee Miller

  4. Ann Lee Miller

    Oops, I forgot to say which author I read over and over again: Francine Rivers, especially The Atonement Child.
    Ann Lee Miller

  5. wendy marple

    I enjoy reading Francine Rivers over and over. There is so much detail in her books, I always get sometihng new out of it.

  6. Merry

    i love reading Terri Blackstock’s books. She does romantic suspense so well and I always come away edified with a spiritual reminder of God’s faithfulness. Please enter me, thanks.
    Worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

  7. misskallie2000

    I have read books from 5 authors that are my favorites now. Debbie Macomber over 30, Fern Michales over 25, Nora Roberts over 85, Sandra Brown over 30, James Patterson over 16. When I find a series I like I try to read them all. Sometimes it depends on what mood I am in. I have been reading for 65 yrs so this is only a drop in the bucket for favorite authors. I also love a lot of romance and historical romance authors so my list is endless.. lol
    I would love to win Healer. I just discovered Christian fiction, romance authors and have been reading them for about 4 mos. It is so nice not to have to skip or skim over parts in a book that I don’t want to read. Michele Sutton, Melanie Dickerson, Carolyn Brown, Sharlene MacLaren, Deborah Vogts and more.
    Thanks for this opportunity to enter.

    misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

  8. Julia

    So many good books out there I don’t reread many but a favorite is L.M. Montgomery.


  9. Pegg Thomas

    It’s so HARD to pick one favorite author! I think mine changes every time someone asks this question. But today it’s James Herriot. He had such a way with bringing people to life in his stories.

    Thank you for entering me in this drawing, I’ve always loved books dealing with Scotland, and I’ve not a drop of Scottish blood anywhere!

    twinwillowsfarm at gmail dot com

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