Tuesday, May 16, 2017

New Books by Amanda Grace Hage (and giveaway!!)

A few years ago, I wrote a post about a new author, Amanda Hage. Amanda's desire is to provide wholesome reading for the whole family from a Biblical worldview. She has recently released three new books!


Now Available by
Amanda Grace Hage


In disgrace, a Jewish family moves from high society on the East coast to run a cattle ranch in Wyoming Territory. In radical circumstances of a land dispute and the harsh frontier, is there any peace to be found?
Ages 12 and up


Adventure Packed
Accurate Historical Detail
Foreign Language Exposure


Set in 1845 during the Mexican-American War, a Mexican girl is forced to leave the convent she grew up in and finds solace in the most unlikely place. A Texas Ranger is caught up in more than one battle for ultimate surrender. 
Ages 12 and up


Contact for ordering: amandahage@outlook.com.

Amanda has graciously agreed to give away a copy of Persistence to one of our blog readers! To enter the contest, comment below with the title your favorite book(s). (Yes, you can list more than one favorite.)

Update: Please click the "notify me" box when you post your comment so I can let you know if you won!  




Contest ends on Tuesday, May 23 at 6:00 CST. Winner will be randomly chosen.


7 comments:

  1. I am currently being challenged by 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You by Tony Reinke.

    Way to get free books out there for your public, Jenny! đŸ˜‰

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    1. That sounds like a good book! I always love your suggestions.

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  2. My favorite historical fiction that I read this year was, Kristy Cambron's, The Butterfly and the Violin.

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  3. My favorite books include the Bible, Heaven by Randy Alcorn and The Journey of Desire by John Eldredge

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    1. Thanks for sharing, Heather. Please check back next Tuesday evening to see if you have won. I am unable to contact you as your blogger profile does not seem to be publicly shared.

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  4. Hands down my favorite books are the Mandie series, that we read as a family many years ago. I haven't had a chance to read for pleasure since then. :) Some day!! My daughter has some of Amanda's initial books already, I just need to go grab one. Winning one would be fun, too!

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  5. Ha, Jillo is Jill Schwarz. Hi, Jenny!

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