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Sometimes I even give away my own novels. My Inspirational romances and devotionals are pictured below and are detailed on my Books page. You can always count on a trace of humor in my novels and nonfiction. Whether you're a teen or a woman mature in years, I think these stories will ring true.

Read on, and discover some of today's most appealing Inspirational novelists, their latest books, and their words of wisdom and imagination. Enjoy!

Monday, November 5, 2018

Trish Perry E-Book Give-Away!

Christmas is coming a bit early this year. The season factors into my latest release, A Midnight Clear, and I'm going to give away a copy to one of my commenters or subscribers. 

And while I'm at it, I'll give away a copy of my previous two releases, Together by Design and Local Girl.

But first I want to announce that the winner of the free e-copy of the issue-driven romance novel, A Kite on the Wind, by Patricia Lee, is:

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Congratulations! We'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now here's just a short blurb about each of the books I'm going to give away next week.


A Midnight Clear: When she attends a Washington, D.C. dinner party thrown by friends far wealthier than she, writer Maddie Travers is distracted by internal debates. Should she move back to D.C.? Should she seek work she might find more fulfilling? She meets the appealing “regular guy,” Dom Sebastiani, at the party and consequently wonders whether she’s ready to seek romance again. So many decisions! At the stroke of midnight, a shocking turn of events sets Maddie on a path that holds at least as many questions for her as it does answers.

This book is available for purchase here: A Midnight Clear




Together by Design: Elena Tafani is in control of almost every aspect of her life. But getting arrested is only the first in a number of experiences that throw her summer completely off kilter. She may know how to stage a home to show it at its best, but her life isn’t showing quite as well. There’s her runaway niece, her hard-bitten sister, her over-indulgent parents, and her judgmental clients. Then there’s Chaz, the best friend for whom she’s developing very confusing feelings. What’s a good rule follower supposed to do?

This book is available for purchase here: Together by Design




Local Girl: Entrepreneur Edie Keegan achieves ever-growing acclaim for her popular Local Girl perfume. Her romantic life hasn’t been quite as successful, but that’s fine with her. As she insists to her matchmaking friend, Sara-Penny Butler, she’s not in the market for love. But Sara-Penny knows better, and she understands Edie and her painful past more than Edie realizes.

When Ben Walsh, the town veterinarian, turns Edie’s head, she questions whether love is worth the risk of getting hurt, whether Ben is the man for her (despite her cat allergies), and whether Sara-Penny is ever going to mind her own business.

This book is available for purchase here: Local Girl



I'll give one copy of each book away next week to a subscriber or a commenter who answers the following question: 

Thanksgiving is only a little more than two weeks away. My family is doing Thanksgiving out, at a restaurant, this year. I'm thankful I'm not cooking or cleaning up afterward, but I'm especially thankful to be geographically close to my kids and grandkids, if not my siblings. What are you thankful for, this year in particular?


The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.



Annoying legal disclaimer: drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

11 comments:

Lori91301 said...

I love this time of year. I love decorating for fall and then for Christmas. Having my family over brings so much joy to me. Being the mother of 4 boys (men now with their own families) I have chosen to celebrate Thanksgiving on the Sunday before the actual holiday. That way we have always been able to get the 3 local families to join us. I'm so thankful for my husband, my kids, their spouses and my 7 grandkids (as well as our extended families!). God has been so good to us.

lorigeorge at hotmail dot com

Barbara said...

This Thanksgiving like every one, my husband and I will be us two.😊 But that's okay, our children live in 3different states and are with their families and all are healthy and thank the Lord for that. Barb
Cjansma@cfl.rr.com

Stacey said...

I'm glad to live in the same town with both of my daughters and that this year, we are all spending Thanksgiving together. My husband and I are the "flexible" part of the family, allowing the demands of in-laws to take precedence over our own family traditions. This is the first year we will be together for Thanksgiving in several years.

Gail H. said...

I'm thankful for my family, my faith, and my health. My husband and I along with another couple are spending Thanksgiving on the road traveling in our RVs. My mom passed away Thanksgiving Day last year at my house and I just want to get away.

Malvina said...

Always thankful for family. Health is a bit blah, but hey, I’m alive! So thankful for that. Also thankful for books, which keep me sane.

Library Lady said...


I'm thankful that we can worship God in a country where it is legal to do so.
My prayers are with those who have to "go in secret" to worship God.
Janet E.
von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

rbooth43 said...

I'm very thankful that I have a son and a grandson that I Love to the moon and back! They are always there for me whenever I need them! Thanksgiving means so much to all of us, whether we eat out of my son, grandson and I cook at home! My grandson is 13 years old and turning out to be a great cook!

Trish Perry said...

I apologize, friends! I forgot to include the line that I've now added at the bottom of this blog post, that the drawing requires your (broken up) email address. If one of you above is pulled in the drawing, I'll do my best to alert you. But if you check back here (or comment after this), be sure to provide that info so I can alert you and get your e-book to you.

Caryl Kane said...

I'm thankful for those treasured friends the Lord has placed in my life.

psalm103and138atgmaildotcom

Kelly Blackwell said...

I am thankful for the home that my husband and I just purchased. God has been so good to us.

In June 2017 my husband and I moved across the country with only me having a job and us having nowhere to live and a home to sell that we were leaving behind. We lived in a co-worker's basement, a Hampton Inn, KOA campground, a smelly old cabin in the woods and then a rental over 100 years old, but now we have this fine home that is twice the size of the one we left. God is so good!

Oh if I could only tell you the chances we went through in a little over a year and half.

kellyblackwellwrites(at)gmail(dot)com

Velma said...

I am thankful for my family and that we are very close. I am thankful for the restored health of my father after a serious health crisis this year. We didn't think he was going to make it. My uncle also went through a health crisis where the family was told he would not make it, but we praise God for intervening, and he is on the road to full recovery.
donvelma[at]gmail[dot]com

 

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