Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Sincerely Yours Novella Collection #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical romance novella collection bookΒ Sincerely YoursΒ by Jane Kirkpatrick, Amanda Cabot, Laurie Alice Eakes, and Ann Shorey.

What is this book about?

Moonlight Promise by Laurie Alice Eakes: Camilla Renfrew is a highborn English lady fleeing false accusations when she runs smack into love on a steamboat bound for the new Erie Canal. But can this unexpected attraction survive the treacherous journey?

Lessons In Love by Ann Shorey: Marigold Montgomery Bentley writes marriage advice for Kipler’s Home Weekly even though she single. Everyone assumes from the initials that “M.M.” is a man. When the editor asks to meet Mr. Bentley, can Merrie come up with a ruse to keep her writing job?

One Little Word by Amanda Cabot: Lorraine Caldwell will lose her family fortune to a reckless cousin if she doesn’t marry quickly. When she learns her long-lost brother is alive, she hopes she’s found the answer to her problems. What she finds instead is a mysterious carousel carver who turns her life upside down.

A Saving Grace by Jane Kirkpatrick: Grace Hathaway must rescue a dear friend from a remote and notorious clinic that promise healing but delivers only heartache. In a place laced with deceit, where lives hang in the balance, whom can she trust to help her?

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

Laurie Alice Eakes, author website

Ann Shorey, author website

Amanda Cabot, author website

Jane Kirkpatrick, 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 receiving e-mail or handwritten letters?

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38 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Sincerely Yours Novella Collection

  1. It’s always a joy to get a handwritten letter but it almost seems like they are a thing of the past any more. It’s not near as much fun going to the mailbox any more.

    I will have to say, I’m as bad in sending emails as well. Everything is so instant – telling news, getting a response, that it’s easier to do. About the only person I still write to on a regular basis is my husband’s Mom. She’s no on a computer at all plus she is very hard of hearing making talking on the phone difficult.
    She enjoys reading my letters even if she isn’t as able to respond as often as she once did.

    1. Thanks for sharing that Kay. I agree about the mail box. The fun I get from the mail box is my book mail but sadly, not to many cards or letters. πŸ™‚

  2. Wow that’s a great question ,I can’t recall the last time I received a handwritten letter. Since emails and texting took over ,I email or sent personal message now.
    Thank you for this giveaway.

  3. I love to get handwritten notes over emails or texts, I love sending them as well!

  4. I love to receive hand-written notes and letters best, so i make sure to send out birthday cards with personal notes. Taking time to write long letters isn’t something I like to do anymore.

    1. Letter writing is becoming a lost art form I think Danielle. But is is great when people take the time to send cards. πŸ™‚

  5. I enjoy getting both, but I think handwritten letters are a thing of the past. I’m really bad about writing notes, but I do know that they are always appreciated.

  6. I love handwritten notes and letters or cards. I have some from my grandmothers and other relatives that are precious to me. You just can’t duplicate that feeling with an email.

    1. I agree Connie. I have letters that my husband and I actually wrote back and forth when he was deployed overseas. Those are very special to me. Thanks for commenting. πŸ™‚

  7. Handwritten for sure. Seems it’s going out of style. I have a friend who sends me a handwritten six or seven page letter every Valentines Day with updates on what’s going on with her and her family. I look forward each year to receiving those!

    1. Oh, I used to do that Gail. I didn’t hand write them, but I would type a long letter about my family to send out with Christmas cards. It just kinda faded away. πŸ™

  8. Handwritten cards are soooo special! I received one this week for my birthday! It was unexpected and made my day! Thanx for the giveaway!!!!

    1. You’re welcome Jennifer. I get birthday cards in the mail from my parents and my dad always writes something extra special in them. I do look forward to those every year. πŸ™‚

  9. i prefer hand written letters. maybe this is why i make my own cards and then write in something from us. I know they put a smile on the receivers face.

  10. I like handwritten letter but HATE to write letters, lol, does that make sense? E-mail/texting is much faster now days though so I am slowly getting used to those forms.

    wfnren at aol dot com

    1. I get that Wendy. I have trouble doing handwritten letters because my writing gets sloppy and difficult to read if I don’t slow down. Thanks for commenting. πŸ™‚

  11. When I open the mail box and see a hand-written letter in there for me, it always brings a smile to my face. Emails are nice, but for me they lack the personal touch of a hand-written letter.

    Sincerely Yours sounds like a wonderful collection of stories. Thank you for the chance to win it!!

    nj(dot)bossman(at)gmail(dot)com

  12. I love the idea of receiving a handwritten letter. It’s so classic, thoughtful and a great keepsake to look back on.

    1. I agree with you there Chanel. Emails aren’t the same as keepsakes. Although I did print all the emails that my husband and I sent back and forth while he was on one of his deployments. Thanks for commenting. πŸ™‚

  13. Sending letters by mail was always fun! When my husband and I began courting, we lived many states from each other so our way of communication was letters and phone calls. I still have those hand written love letters we sent back & forth πŸ™‚

    Sadly in this day and age, those are (almost) a thing of the past. Especially with email or messenger type programs getting communication is instantaneous anymore! Even Skype is a fun way to communicate now with friends or family who live far away. Technology is amazing, but I still miss the old fashioned snail mail πŸ™‚

  14. Emails are nice if it is a short exchange of information about something, but if you are writing someone to discuss life events, then I prefer a handwritten letter. I am big on thank you cards and holiday cards as well! There is something fun about receiving real mail that you know a person went out if their way to get to you.

  15. Handwritten letters are special but rare these days. I am thankful for email because I get “letters” from people who would not normally write πŸ˜‰

    1. That is a good point Jan. I think I would correspond with less people if I were handwriting it all. Thanks for commenting. πŸ™‚

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