Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Culper Ring Series by Roseanna M. White #BookGiveaway @lorainenunley

Yay! Another series book giveaway! Are you as excited as I am?

A Name Unknown is the first book that I read by Roseanna M. White and I thoroughly enjoyed it. You can read my review of it here. She has a way a drawing the reader into the historical time frame that makes you want to stay and visit.ย  And this series is about generations of spies. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

This book giveaway is for one blessed winner to receive the three gently read books in Roseanna’s Culper Ring series: Ring of Secrets, Whispers from the Shadows, and Circle of Spies.

Bonus: Roseanna also wrote a couple of novellas for this series and one of them she offers for free. You can check out her website here to order it.

Where canย  learn more about this author and their books?

Roseanna M. White 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: Family plays in important role in this series. Tell us something special about your family.

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71 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Culper Ring Series by Roseanna M. White

  1. My parents were each the tenth child in families of eleven children. My dad is the sole survivor of his and he is 91. My mom and her younger brother are the only two left. She is 87 now. My parents have been married 71 years.

  2. In my family, 90% of us wear glasses…and almost all of us adore reading!! Lots of books are shared ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Oh how interesting Diana. I can relate since I love reading and wear glasses myself. Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. My parents both had difficult lives growing up–one with alcoholic parents and the other given up to foster care freely by the mother. The best part though is that both found each other and created a loving family. My parents celebrated 50 years together recently.

  4. I have 3 grandsons: 14, 10ยฝ, & 24 months…and two grand babies due this year; one in July & the other in November! Being a Nana is great! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. My father is the oldest of six and my mother is the middle child of five. There is only my brother and myself but my husband and I have four children and maybe my brother and his wife will have a couple more….Iโ€™ve always loved big families!

  6. My father was a soldier in WWII. He left a whole scrapbook of letters and envelopes from the war. My mother was a missionary kid born in China. She died in February at 101 years old. She wrote a book of her experiences only a couple years ago! She was an antique dealer. Her Interest in antiques came from visiting my fatherโ€™s home town and taking side trips to historical sites. They gave me a solid respect for historical things. Maybe thatโ€™s why I like historical Christian fiction so much!
    Hubby and I have 4 children and 8 grandkids. Family is important to us.

    1. Oh wow Paula. I’m sorry you lost your mom recently but what an awesome legacy your parents left you. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. My daughter and her family live right across the street from us. Most of the time itโ€™s nice.

  8. My blood family is a mystery. My Grandpa on my Dad’s side came to the US as a young man. When he set foot on American soil, he left everything including any family history behind on his homeland soil. In fact, my Dad was a young teenager when he saw a board in the barn with some funny writing on it. When he inquired about it, he was told that was his Dad’s real name. When he became a US citizen he changed his name legally. He said the sign was never seen again. It wasn’t until my Grandpa’s passing that we saw this neutralization papers to know what the name was and names of parents. Other than that we know nothing.

    I’ve always said when we see old photos in antique stores that I guess I could pick my own ancestors and make up my own stories. However, I feel that the “family” that I have picked up along the way more than make up for past ones I know nothing about.

    1. That is so intriguing Kay. I have a blended family (his, mine, and ours) so I firmly believe that family is more than just blood relation. Thanks for sharing with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. Kay, have you tried Ancestry or FamilySearch? Depending on which country your family came from, there’s probably some information out there to be found. Genealogy is my hobby, and I enjoy a good puzzle. I’d be more than happy to do a little digging for you. (Free, of course. I enjoy researching for fun!)

  9. My dad ws a pastor and my mom a pastors wife. My husband was a pastor also and we became missionaries later on. My momโ€™s dad was a lay preacher in Poland. So we have a fine Christian heritage.

  10. We love one another! My mom and I are best friends and my daughter is getting married July 28th.

    1. Oh that is so awesome Pam! Congrats on your daughter’s wedding too. Thanks for sharing with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. My sister and I still live at home with our mom, even though we are both still adults. My dad passed away when I was a teenager, and that brought us very close together. We now work together to help my sister build her business.

  12. My daughter had the 1st set of twins in our family since her Grandfathers set of twin brothers ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. I can always count on my family being there for me when I need them. This includes my husband, children, grandchildren, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and my church family.

  14. our family sticks together and shares life through thick and thin.

  15. My family is wonderful, loud, a bit zany, and I wouldn’t change it at all. We may argue but we always come around because we are sealed together forever, and we know that our family is eternal. There’s a lot of joy and security in that knowledge.

  16. There’s really nothing special about my family. We are disfunctional and argumentative, but when it really counts we come together as a family. We recently had to come together as a family when my younger brother became ill and died suddenly. No matter what, we love each other very much.

    1. Oh, I’m so sorry about your brother Debbie. Your family actually sounds pretty special to me. Thanks for sharing with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. My Daddy’s family all lived in the same small town. My uncle lives across the street from the homestead. Other siblings lived across the highway.

    1. That is so neat Caryl. We always had to travel to see extended family when I was growing up. Thanks for sharing with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. I have four children, two girls and two boys. Growing up, I always wanted four children, two if each. This makes me think often of Psalm 37:4, “Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart. ”

    Thank you for the opportunity to win.

    1. Isn’t is wonderful how God does give us the desires of our hearts? Thanks for sharing that and welcome to my website Courtney. ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. There were five kids in our family. All five joined the military. All but two of the spouses were in the military. Three of us have passed away. The youngest three.

  20. Oh, I love the Culper Ring Series! My favorite time in the history of our country!

  21. My mom and dad were not able to have children, so they adopted 4 different children as babies, and I was one of them! I am so thankful to have had such wonderful parents!

    1. My goodness Alison, that is absolutely awesome! You are truly blessed. Thanks for sharing that with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. We have 2 young adult sons. The oldest graduated college recently and the younger one is nearly a sophmore in college. We โ€˜ve been married 28 years.

    1. How wonderful Perrianne. I love to hear about real life long lasting love. Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. We’ve been through a lot since I was very young. WE may not be close but we are family!

  24. Family is hard…really hard but my family is getting really good at hard. We have been through it and will have more to come but I am so very thankful to onow that we will not give up.

  25. My husband and I just had our first child. My husband was the third child of his parents, and James is the third grandchild. On my side he is the first child of a first child of a first child of a first child.

  26. My parents went to Bible college when I was 12 years old. And then after college and deputation they headed to Russia to be missionaries and I headed to college.

  27. My father was frequently away from home, serving in the military. When I was younger, he used to make up stories to tell us about a boy named George and his adventures with a magic whistle, the queen of the butterflies, and Topo Gigio, king of the rainbow mice. Sometimes the stories were recorded on tape and sent from shipboard far away. When I had children of my own, I made up my own stories to tell them at bedtime. Good memories and all of us grew up loving to read!

    1. That is the sweetest story in and of itself Sharron. Thank you for sharing your family with us. Welcome to my website. ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. I can only think of Birthday Week
    My childhood BFF’s Birthday was
    Sept 22nd
    My Hubby’s is Sept 24th
    My Aunt’s is Sept 25th
    Mine is Sept 26th
    My Sister’s is Sept 27th
    My kids birthday’s are neat too
    Feb 14th then 3 weeks later is March 7th then 6 weeks later is April 18th and as long as it is not leap year they all fall on the same day of the week also

    1. Oh wow Linda. That is so neat. It also sounds really busy. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for sharing that with us.

  29. My family does frequent road trips. Our longest was a 7,500 mile coast to coast trip.

  30. I looovee Roseannaโ€™s books. Iโ€™ve only read the first one in this series, but it was fantastic and the rest are in my TBR list

    Um….something special about my family…. My husband and I have the cutest little boy on planet earth, and I will argue with anyone who disagrees ๐Ÿ™‚

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