Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The Revealing by Suzanne Woods Fisher ~ Enter to Win 1 of 3 iPads and LOTS of Books!

In The Revealing, the riveting conclusion to the Inn at Eagle Hill series, bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher pulls out all the stops with a fast-paced tale of deception, revelation, and just the right dose of romance.

Suzanne is celebrating by giving away THREE iPads!

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THREE grand prize winners will receive:
  • An iPad
  • The Inn at Eagle Hill series (The Letters, The Calling, and The Revealing) by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Five second place winners will receive:
  • The Inn at Eagle Hill series (The Letters, The Calling, and The Revealing) by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on July 20, 2014. All winners will be announced July 21st at Suzanne's blog. AND ... if you're looking for more in the Inn at Eagle Hill series, be sure to pick up the eBook novella, The Rescue, for just $1.99!


BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE!

Suzanne is also giving away two 10-book mystery prize packs! 

One of the major themes of The Revealing is learning to trust your intuition and instincts. These are God-given qualities that we sometimes are too timid or unsure of to act on. For a chance to win one of the 10-book prize packs, leave a comment on this blog and share about a time when your intuition or instinct saved the day -- or a time you ignored it and missed an opportunity. 

Don't miss a moment of the fun; enter today and be sure to visit Suzanne's blog on the 21st to see if you won one of the great prizes! (Or better yet, subscribe to her blog and have the winner announcement delivered to your inbox!)


P.S. Stay tuned for my review of The Revealing on July 14th!

5 comments:

  1. My mother is not in good health. On at least one occasion, she's been insistent we go somewhere, and I've refused to take her, telling her I had a bad feeling. Later that day, she had a seizure. If we'd been traveling, the seizure could have been fatal, since she could have injured herself severely, as opposed to being in a more controlled environment. I tend to NOT listen so much when it applies to myself, sadly. michelle_willms at yahoo dot com

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  2. I always rely on my intuition...the times I have ignored it I have missed great opportunties...I acted on my intuition recently and met the man of my dreams...learning to trust your intuition is the best thing you can do!

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  3. There was this one time when I was a teen, I had this feeling that I couldn't shake that just told me to stay close to the house,.. so I listened to it. That day something happened to my mom. She was going up the stairs & she just fell & crawled into the house, she wasn't making sense, she was out of it, & I had no idea what was wrong. My sisters & father weren't home. If I hadn't been at home, i'm pretty sure my mother would have died. I called out to my neighbor across the hall to help & call the ambulance & I just kept my mother talking & to stay alert until medics came. My mom has had heart problems & I thought that was what was wrong,... but it was something wrong with her meds. So that instinct that day saved my mom.

    Take care & I hope you have a great week!

    Brandi
    BLeigh1130 at yahoo dot com

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  4. At a company cook-out, I was far behind a slightly built older woman when something told me to speed up.....she slipped on a slate incline, feet flying over her head, as I stretched forward, just catching her under the arms before she hit the tile. Though her husband and I were clearly suffering the what-ifs, she easily laughed it off. Small incident but one I relive in my dreams often, always in slow motion.

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  5. I can't really think of anything at the moment .. The first thing that comes to mind is my defensive driving ... I've avoided alot of accidents cuz I watch my surroundings .. Like last week a guy was trying to get into my lane he did not even look and he was talking on the phone.. He was inching closer and closer and I blared my horn the second I realized he didn't look .. He didn't see me.. When he finally saw me he yanked his wheel so hard he almost hit traffic in the other lane .. I gave him a look and held up my hands in like a what the hell are you doing gesture.. He shrugged and started laughing .. That really pissed Me off so I pointed to my child in the back seat .. Shook my head and flipped him off.. I may be a defensive driver but I'm not nice when people are dumb idiots on the road.. Situations like this happen at least twice a month if not more.. I swear I attract idiot men and idiot drivers.. Another woman was texting on her phone and going 30 in a 45 and she kept slamming on her breaks if I were on my phone as well I may not have seen her and crashed.
    People don't realize how dangerous it is to not pay attention on the road.. I honestly don't get it. I'm not perfect I do speed a bit.. But I also have a defensive eye for cops.. Even at night I can tell a cop car by there headlights.

    Otherwise I don't really know how to answer that question..

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