Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Chance of Loving You by Terri Blackstock, Candace Calvert and Susan May Warren #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway is for Chance of Loving You – a novella collection by Terri Blackstock, Candace Calvert, and Susan May Warren.  You can check out my review for this book here (My Review of Chance of Loving You).

When I was younger, I read quickly and frequently.  I would sit down to read a book and finish it a few hours later.  I hated to be interrupted in my reading and if I needed to walk away from the book, I would finish a chapter before doing so.

Having children changed my reading habits.  While I would still like to end on a chapter end, I am more likely to be interrupted in the middle of a page.  Because I find that I do not have as many long blocks of time to read, I read in shorter spurts.

You would think that novellas would be perfect for me, but I find that I am more satisfied when I finish a longer novel, even if it takes me a week to do it.  Still, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read something written by these three authors.  Each of them are a powerhouse on their own.

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

Terri Blackstock, author website          Candace Calvert, author website          Susan May Warren, 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: Do you prefer novellas (short stories) or novels and why?

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24 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Chance of Loving You Novella Collection

  1. I love to read in general, whether novels or novellas, it doesn’t matter. However, I have certain days when I’m short on time or just wanted a quick read, I head for the novellas. Many times, novels explore more and we see the process of development more. With novellas, it’s usually a quick romance without too much activity which works for some occasions.

  2. It all depends on how much time I have available and whatever book grabs my attention at the moment.

    1. I think it may be more difficult for authors to write novellas for just that reason, Jan. They have a shorter amount of time to get their story across. Good luck!

  3. This Novella sounds wonderful! Great giveaway! I enjoy reading novels over novella since I like to get into the characters and their personalities, lives, etc. Some novellas are great. I would think it would be more difficult since the writer has fewer pages in which to share the story. Now I admit, I’d prefer a novella over a novel that just seems to fill the pages with information that is not needed for the story.

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  4. Like Annie, I love to read regardless of the story’s length. However, I usually prefer novels because you get to spend more time with the characters. But novellas are perfect for those times when you just need or want a shorter story.

    Thanks for sharing, Loraine!

  5. I just love to read 🙂 Most of the time I prefer novels over novellas (because of depth, etc.) but I have read some really good novella collections lately! And I’ve been wanting to read this particular one for a while now!

  6. I love the longer novels but I do also enjoy novellas. I like those when I don’t have a lot of reading time because of a busy day or week. I haven’t seen this one before and it’s by my favorite authors!

    Thank you for the chance to win this one!

    1. It’s tough to get deep into characters with shorter stories. I think that’s one of the reasons I like series books so much. Sometimes you can get more character development there. Good luck Zoe!

  7. I love to read and enjoy novels and novellas! Thanks so much for the giveaway. This sounds like a great collection!

  8. I love to read! I enjoy novels and novellas. Thank you for the great giveaway! Collections are a great way to sample authors. 😉

    1. What a good point Caryl. Collections are great ways to sample an author’s writing. Thanks for sharing and good luck!

  9. I like to read both, but I think I prefer full length novels because the characters are more developed.

  10. I read both but prefer full length novels. Thank you for the chance to win. God bless.

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