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Write to the Point with Wildflowers from Winter November 21, 2012

Filed under: Author Interviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 11:02 am
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This week’s write to the point is a little different.

Katie Ganshert, whose debut novel Wildflowers from Winter came out in May, has made available the first two chapters for you to read. To get a peek at this wonderful book  click here.

Katie’s book reminds me a lot of my novel A Bridge of Promise, which is now in the hands of some readers who are looking it over and giving me honest feedback.

The heroine in Wildflowers is a bit tough at first. There were points were I wasn’t sure if I liked her all that much. I knew that Bethany (the main character) was broken and she tried to cover up her brokenness.

My heroine, Ella, does the same thing. Instead of dealing with her wounds she attempts to conceal her hurt in destructive ways.

In honor of this peek into Wildflowers from Winter,  and in celebration of my book so close to being ready for submission, am giving away a copy of the book Wildflowers from Winter to one commentator.

This is my own copy that has been gently used but in great shape, I take care of my books 🙂 Because tomorrow is Thanksgiving, share one thing you are thankful for by November 27th at 5:00 pm and you will be entered in the drawing.

Have a blessed Thanksgiving!


16 Responses to “Write to the Point with Wildflowers from Winter”

  1. amyc Says:

    I have been Katie’s book since it came out. Looking forward to reading it.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

  2. Karen Spiegel Says:

    Hi Melissa, I am extremely thankful for my wonderful family and the parents and grandparents, aunts & uncles, cousins who have made my life very fulfilled. God bless you.

  3. Beth C Says:

    I’d really enjoy this book. I am so thankful my husband’s cancer is in remission. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

  4. Patty H Says:

    Again, like the others family would be my response. We run across so much brokeness in this world it makes me forever grateful for the family he allowed me to be born into. Would love to win this book!


  5. Marissa Says:

    I’m thankful for my family and how they love me no matter what. Would love to win the book!!

  6. KayM Says:

    I am thankful for so many things and I’ve been blessed in so many ways. I’m most thankful for my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Without Him, I don’t know how I would have been able to get through the last 3 years without my sweet husband, who is now in heaven. The older I get, the more I cleave to my faith and “the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1 (NAS)

  7. […] to Kay M. who won last week’s giveaway, Wildflowers from […]

  8. KayM Says:

    I am so pleased to win “Wildflowers from Winter”! Thank you very much.

  9. […] read Wildflowers from Winter and enjoyed it very much. I talked about that book here. So I was very excited to get a peek at Katie’s second […]

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