Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Safe Haven by Anna Schmidt #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical romance bookΒ Safe HavenΒ by Anna Schmidt.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

Suzanne Randolph’s journalism career is all but over, so when she learns that President Roosevelt has invited nearly a thousand European refugees to come to America while WWII still rages across the Atlantic, she’s confident she’s found her story. She heads for the shores of Lake Ontario to Oswego, New York, determined to make her journalistic mark, but is there more to life than restoring her career?

Theo Bridgewater knows God has plans for him. Throughout the war, Theo has suffered the taunts and insults of others — first because his family’s German heritage and then because of his pacifist Quaker beliefs. Now his parents have sent him to Oswego to find his uncle, aunt, and cousin, and bring them back to the family farm in Wisconsin. Little does Theo realize the journey will last eighteen long months and test the faith and resolve of this humble farmer.

And when there’s an undeniable spark between Suzanne and Theo, could it be God’s plan for these two determined individuals to achieve even greater things if they work together?

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

Anna Schmidt author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is your favorite museum? Or one you would like to visit?

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30 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Safe Haven by Anna Schmidt

  1. I have two favorite museums in Chicago. The Shedd Aquarium and the Museum of History
    This sounds like a wonderful book of faith and history and romance.

  2. I’ve never really had a chance to travel to any of the great museums. I would love to go to all of them especially those that deal with the history of this great nation. I think it’s awesome to see in detail where we came from and how. I think the Smithsonian would be very interesting as well.

    On a lighter side, I did see the Coke museum in Atlanta, GA and it was neat. Who knew there were so many types of coke or something we think of as American being all over the world!

    1. I’ve been to the Coke museum Kay. I was astonished at the number of different types of Coke that are out there. It was interesting to taste so many different ones. πŸ™‚

  3. The Smithsonian was so interesting I’d love to go back. I was on a tour and didn’t have nearly enough time.
    There’s a natural history museum here at the University of Alabama that has always facilitated me. As a child the human shrunken head drew me every time. Creepy!

  4. I don’t know about being my favorite but I just visited Israel Museum’s Shrine of the Book last week and it was so wonderful to see some of the Dead Sea Scrolls that were found at Qumran. Just an amazing archeological find that validates our scriptures.

  5. I’ve not visited a lot of museums because we have to travel quite a distance to get to one since we live in a small coastal town. But my favorites have been wax museums & the Ripley’s Believe it or Not in Newport, OR. I also love historical ones & flight museums.

    Growing up in Illinois, there was the Putnam museum (it was huge) that had all kinds of interesting things in it…even real mummy & shrunken head displays…lol!

    Thank you for the giveaway chance for a new-to-me author, Loraine.

    1. You’re welcome Trixi. I have a Ripley’s Believe It or Not near me. I’ve passed by it many times, but have never been in it. I need to make more of an effort to go I think. πŸ™‚

  6. We don’t travel much, but we have really enjoyed the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in Portland, Oregon.

  7. I live in Chicago and we have a lot of great museums. My all time favorite is The Museum of Science and industry.

  8. The only one I’ve been to is a small local one
    I can’t think of the names of any that I would like to visit Just any big one I guess to see what a real big one is like
    Thank You

  9. I really want to see the Creation Arc Encounter! I do go to Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina on occasion. Tryon Palace is a history museum that does frequent reenactments from colonial and regency time periods.

  10. I love the Smithsonian. I’ve been a couple of times, but I always go away feeling as if I could spend lots more time there. I’ve also been to a few in Europe that I enjoyed.

  11. I haven’t traveled much, so for what I have seen I would say Museum of History. I really would love to go to the Smithsonian or someplace overseas someday.

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