Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Bailey Flanigan Series by Karen Kingsbury #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway is for The Bailey Flanigan Series by author Karen Kingsbury.  If you have not read any of Karen’s books, you should give her a try.  She is a very talented author who gets to the heart of relationships.  Her story, Dandelion Dust was made into a movie and The Bridge was brought to TV by the Hallmark Channel.  She recently announced that her Baxter Family Series, which the Bailey Flanigan series spun off from, is also being brought to TV by Roma Downey.  Wow!

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: What dream have you followed or would like to follow?

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47 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Bailey Flanigan Series by Karen Kingsbury

  1. In Junior High I worked in the library at school when I broke my leg and couldn’t go to PE class. I developed a love for reading and decided I wanted to be a librarian. In the Army I was a tape librarian for a while be a but that wasn’t the same. I finally started a library at my church to have a place for all the inspirational books that I had read but couldn’t get rid of in case I wanted to read them again. So, I became the church librarian.

  2. Hi Loraine! Let’s see, a dream I have followed or want to follow… I’d love to work with student programs or with nonprofits geared toward students/student involvement. I’ve worked with students in various capacities since my sophomore year of college, but I haven’t yet found a permanent position or opportunity to do that yet.

      1. I love working with older kids. I’ve worked with high schoolers during the past couple summers, and during the school years I’ve been working with college students. Both ages are wonderful – they have so many ideas and motivations!

        Now, I’d really like to keep working with college students, whether with student programs or just at a university in some capacity.

        1. I have two college age children and I do love the way that they approach life. I will pray for you to be able to continue that dream Sarah.

  3. And I can’t wait to see what Roma Downey does with the Baxter series in the television adaptation! I grew up reading those books, and it’ll be fascinating to watch them develop into a TV series.

      1. Have you seen The Bridge? The second part is coming to Hallmark channel sometime in March I think.

        Also, Denise Hunter’s The Convenient Groom is going to be adapted into a Hallmark movie, too!

        1. I did watch The Bridge, which I loved, but I was so disappointed that it was left unfinished. At that time, the rumor was that it would be another YEAR until the second part was released. I am really glad that they decided to release it sooner.

          I did hear about Denise’s book being adapted. I missed her announcement on which book it was so I’m glad you mentioned it. I am really looking forward to seeing that one come to life on screen too!

  4. Hi! I’ve followed my dream to be a designer, and that’s what I do professionally! =) Thanks for a great giveaway. I’m looking forward to this TV series!

  5. I had the dream of completing my MLS degree even though I was told I would never go to college due to a learing disability. I worked extreamly hard and completed my degree December 2014. 🙂

  6. One dream I have followed has been to work with little ones. I was a teacher for over 20 years at our church with the babies until age 2. I have also worked at a couple of daycares and enjoyed teaching and spoiling babies and toddlers.

  7. I had dreams but never got to fulfill them, due to being in an abusive marriage for many years. I am blessed with a wonderful husband now. Thank you for the chance.

  8. Hard question… My dreams have changed over the years – when I was young-my dream was to be a teacher – but as I was nearing the end of college, that dream changed. I married the LOVE of my life and became a mom. I stayed home for 8 years, raising our kids and then my dream grew to my love of books – and began working in a library – LOVE for anyone who is an avid reader!! I am Blessed beyond all measures my dream is for my kids-to know & Love God, and follow their dreams! I am a happy lady!

    1. Isn’t it such a neat things that our dreams can change and evolve with us, Wenona? I have experienced my dreams changing over the years as well.

  9. As a child being raised in a military family I wanted to join the military myself. When I was unable to join, I longed to become a military spouse. My dream was fulfilled in 1981.

  10. One dream my husband & I have is to buy a 5th wheel/truck combo to live in and travel all over the US, we have many family members scattered and it would be great to visit 🙂 We’d love to see more of the States, there is so much to do 🙂
    Thank you for the chance to win this great series by Karen Kingsbury!

  11. My dream was to be able to do some traveling after retiring. Although I am semi-retired, I have been blessed to take some wonderful trips with my sisters.

  12. I had dreamed about retiring and traveling. However…we are in the middle of trying to sell our home and we just bought another property but need a house! Talk about a lot of work at age 70! Dreams are nice but as they say, Life Happens!

    1. Wow Sally, that must be pretty stressful. We just moved from one home to another and it has been busy busy busy! Life certainly does happen :o)

  13. I would like to be able to not live in worry or fear ! I know probably not want you would consider a dream but if you was me you would!

    1. I do know what you mean Debbie. There have been times when I have dreamed of that as well. I will be praying that God will help you with that. Thanks for sharing!

  14. I haven’t really followed a dream. Would love to travel to certain places one day.

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