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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: At Home in Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong

Today’s book giveaway is for inspirational contemporary romance book, At Home in Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong.  You can check out my review for this book here (At Home in Last Chance book review).

The heroine in this book had a hard time fitting in with the people of Last Chance. Her struggle to feel at home and find the place where she belonged struck a chord in me. Don’t we all want to find that place where we feel at home?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Cathleen Armstrong, 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 ever been in a situation where you struggled to fit in?

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30 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: At Home in Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong

  1. Yes I have struggled in situations to fit in. I am a shy person and in high school I only had 2 or 3 friends because others were more outgoing and sure of themselves. Also as an adult in new business settings.

  2. Yes, there are many situations where I struggle to fit in. One of the major ones is high school. Only a couple of friends, but no friend group like most others had.

  3. Yes always! I’m a person who seems to not fit the “norm” for a woman and have been since I was a kid. I’m a tomboy at heart and it’s hard to fit in with the other ladies even in my church. I don’t care for tea parties and other “girly” activities, so it’s hard to make close connections with other women. I feel awkward with small talk and sharing my feelings outloud. I always feel like the odd one out! I only had one best friend in high school because we were both “misfits”, if you will.

    But, I know my identity in Christ is secure! He loves me just as I am and I’ve become more comfortable with myself the older I get. I cherish the talents and abilities He has given me and look for opportunities to help others where He leads. I’m still the odd one out, but it’s okay!

    Thank you for the giveaway chance, Loraine!

  4. Most assuredly! When my Dad retired from the Army, I was just going into high school. We moved from California to Arkansas. Seems the subject I was taking in CA were equivalent to college courses in AR. So I was put in with all seniors. Well, at 14 the seniors didn’t want to deal with that “kid” and kids my own age didn’t want to be around that “smart” kid. I was miserable. For someone who loved school and learning, I disliked my senior high experiences. However, it taught me a very valuable lesson – don’t judge anyone until you know the facts and then be careful because you might have gotten those wrong.

  5. Coming back to the US on “furlough” every five years, after growing up overseas as the daughter of Christian missionaries in Paraguay, South America, and seeing the American way of life from a different perspective. . . Thanks for the opportunity to enter a giveaway! Would love to win a print copy, especially now when I am a pastor’s wife in rural Montana, where CF (Christian Fiction) is so appreciated:)

  6. I used to a rather shy person so in any new situation I would always feel uncomfortable and find it a struggle to fit in. I esp remember that feeling when I moved from NE to MI and went to my new job situation.

    1. I don’t like starting new things like jobs for that reason Anne so I can relate to you there. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  7. I’m sure that I have I can’t think of one right now
    I’m in a small town and get along with all kinds of people

    1. That is great Linda! I’m such an introvert and I really admire those who are extroverts. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  8. Yes, when I am in a group of people, even Christians, i feel like an outside sometimes.

  9. Growing up I was so shy. I even hid from my cousins because they seemed more talented and put together. As I’ve gotten older I’m not as shy and try not to put myself in uncomfortable positions.

  10. When I started working in a bank, later on in with mostly men in insurance and investments. When I moved to Missouri, I didn’t feel that I belonged anywhere since I lived most of my life in Arizona.

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