Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: A Place of Peace by Amy Clipston #BookGiveaway @lorainenunley

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational Amish romance book A Place of Peace by Amy Clipston.

What is this book about?

Miriam Lapp, who left the Amish community four years ago, is heartbroken when she finds out her mother has died suddenly. Traveling home to Gordonville, Pennsylvania, she comes face-to-face with the paid of her past, including the rift with her family and the breakup of her engagement with Timothy Kauffman.

Her emotional wounds are reopened when her family rejects her once again and she finds out Timothy is in a relationship with someone else. Miriam returns to Indiana with her heart in shambles, leaving her to question her place in the Amish community and her faith in God.

Will her world continue to unravel? Will she find the love and sense of belonging she craves — or will her wounded past confine her to a painful future?

Where can I learn more about these authors and their books?

Amy Clipston, author website


Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Have you known someone who was an organ donor or recipient?

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20 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: A Place of Peace by Amy Clipston

  1. I don’t know anyone who donated or received an organ. I love hearing about the brave and unselfish souls that donate. I am giving blood this Friday, though, which I try to do as soon as my 56 days are up and I can donate again.

    1. Oh wow Shelia. 😮 What a great thing that was for your friend. Thank you for sharing it with us. 🙂

  2. Love Amish stories and adore Amy Clipston books. I would love the opportunity to read “A Place of Peace”.

    Yes, we were good friends with a man that had a heart transplant. He was a builder and in fact he built our home when we lived in the southern part of the state. He thrived after his transplant,returning to work. He lived 12 years with his new heart.

  3. I’ve not known anyone personally but I love hearing the stories on the news about organ donors. Recently I heard of a teacher giving a student one of her kidneys. And it wasn’t even someone she knew. That’s so amazing!

    1. That is really amazing Gail. What a testament to human kindness when people help those that they don’t know personally. Thanks for sharing that with us. 🙂

  4. This sounds like a heart breaking story. I’ve read some of Amy’s books and she is a great writer.

  5. No, I haven’t known anyone personally involved with giving or receiving an organ transplant. I think it is a wonderful thing to do.

  6. I do not personally know any organ donors or recipients. Amy’s book sounds awesome (as always) and I’d love to read it.

  7. Yes, there is a family in my community with two daughters with cystic fibrosis. The eldest daughter received a double lung transplant and enjoyed three more years before she passed away. The youngest also received a double lung transplant and she just celebrated her five year “transplant-versary” the first of May. She has been able to enjoy life as she never knew it and she is almost 20!

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