Thursday, April 21, 2016

Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! ~ Stop #9

Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt Stop #9



Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all 33 stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 3 grand prizes!
•    The hunt BEGINS with Stop #1 at Lisa Bergren’s site.
•    The hunt is BEST VIEWED using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer)
•    It is open to INTERNATIONAL entrants.
•    PRIZES include 3 sets of all 32 books, $500 in Amazon gift cards and many authors are offering additional prizes!
•    There is NO RUSH to complete this hunt—you have ALL WEEKEND. So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books you might want to learn more about!
•    Submit your ENTRY for the GRAND PRIZE at Stop #33 (back on Lisa’s site) by Monday night (4/25) at midnight mountain time.

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Now that you know how it works, let's get down to business!

I'm thrilled to be hosting the amazing Angela Hunt -- I'm sure you've seen some of her many books around. I have several on my shelf, and I always know to listen up when she chimes in on one of the email groups we both belong to. ;-) So now without further ado . . .

Angela Hunt

 Everyone wants to be beautiful . . . or do they?

You may remember the Seinfeld episode where Jerry is dating a super-model. This girl gets away with everything! When Jerry gets pulled over by a traffic cop, he lets his girlfriend do all the talking . . . and doesn’t get a ticket. Apparently, beautiful people get away with crimes, never have to pay for their meals, and never have to stand in line. They get all kinds of positive attention because other people like to look at perfection . . .

But history has demonstrated that beauty can sometimes be downright dangerous. It was to explore this aspect of beauty that I wrote what I jokingly call the “Bible Babes” series—books on Esther, Bathsheba, and Delilah. Esther was so beautiful that she was taken from her devout Jewish family and placed in a pagan king’s harem—trust me, that wasn’t like winning a beauty pageant. Bathsheba was so beautiful that she was raped by a king, then had to remain quiet while the king murdered her husband and her firstborn baby died. And Delilah, for reasons only she knows, used her beauty as a weapon, destroying a man of God and setting into motion a war between the Hebrews and the Philistines.

Even mythology points out the dangerous side of beauty. Helen, wife to a Greek king, is kidnapped by Paris, a prince of Troy, and a war is waged to recover the beautiful queen. “The face that launched a thousand ships” resulted in the loss of thousands of lives, or so the story goes.

If beauty is so dangerous, why do women spend so much time, money, and energy on trying to be beautiful? I ask myself that every time I sit down to tame the wild mane that lives on my head.

I believe something within us yearns for beauty—not only on our bodies, but in our homes—because we crave it. God is beautiful, his creation is beautiful, and something in us naturally hungers after beauty. We fix ourselves up because we want to please our husbands, our children, and our God. We are, after all, daughters of the King.

But God is not silent on the subject of beauty: “Don’t be concerned about the outward beauty of fancy hairstyles, expensive jewelry, or beautiful clothes. You should clothe yourselves instead with the beauty that comes from within, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is so precious to God.” (1 Peter 3:3-4).

The Lord, the Mighty One, is God,
    and he has spoken;
he has summoned all humanity
    from where the sun rises to where it sets.
From Mount Zion, the perfection of beauty,
    God shines in glorious radiance. –Psalm 50:1-2.

Ah—there’s the crux of the matter. While there’s nothing wrong with being beautiful, the most precious beauty is cultivated within. Because beauty is from God, and of God.


Dr. Angela Hunt has written over 130 books for adults and children. She has recently completed her second doctorate in theology and taken up photography as a second career.

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Here’s the Stop #9 Skinny:

You can order Angela’s book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD or at your local bookstore!

Clue to Write Down: of fiction

Stop #10: Angela Hunt's site

Lost? Here's the list of all the links in the hunt.

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Extra Giveaway


In addition to the big prize you're going for, I'm also offering a giveaway of a set of my books. If the winner is a US address, she'll receive the Ladies of the Manor Series books 1 and 2, The Lost Heiress and The Reluctant Duchess. If the winner is international, I'm offering a complete digital set of my biblical fiction, A Stray Drop of Blood, A Soft Breath of Wind, and Jewel of Persia (winner's choice of mobi for Kindle, epub, or PDF).


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248 comments:

  1. Would love to win these books,reviews and excerpts are great,can't wait to read them.....thank you

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  3. Let's try this again, after I read the instructions.

    This is so much fun. I'm loving stopping by and visiting the different blogs and reading interviews.

    Roseanna - I just finished Reluctant Duchess this past week, I loved it!

    Angela - It's been several years since I read some of your books. Reason for that, I no longer work at bookstore where I could easily read them. LOL. But your Heirs of Caihara O'Conner are still among my favorites. I think I'd be interested in reading this biblical fiction series of yours.

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  4. Thanks for being part of the scavenger hunt. New author for me exciting.

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  5. My favorite saying used to be that if I ever got married it couldn't be for looks or money since I had neither. It would have to be for love. I am happily married.

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  6. Angie's a new author to me, but I've seen her beautiful cover art around! So thanks for featuring her!

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  7. Would love to read these two book! Thanks for the extra giveaway.

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  8. Angela is a new author for me. I look forward to reading her books. Rosanna-I love the cover of your books!

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  9. Thanks for this terrific opportunity to win a copy of your books.

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  10. I am really enjoying learning about even more authors.

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  11. I love these scavenger hunts, we get to meet authors we haven't come across yet and learn of great new books to read!

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  12. I always enjoy reading books by authors that are new to me, and since I usually just get books from the library, choices are often limited for Christian fiction.

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  13. I have been interested in your books since I first saw them because they look and sound so interesting! Thanks for doing this!

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  14. Love the hop because I feel like I am meeting old friends and loving getting to know them better.

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  15. Great blog! You are a new author for me. Looking forward to reading you!

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  16. Angela, I love how your books are based on biblical characters - it helps them feel more real and relateable.

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  17. Thank you! Really enjoying your Heiress novel!

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  18. I can't wait to read some of your books. I love finding (new to me) authors.

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  19. I'm learning about new authors so this is a great hunt for me.

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  20. This is great, thanks a lot for the giveaway! :)

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  21. Oooo, I definitely want to read your books! The covers look beautiful and I'm itching to learn about the stories they hold inside. Thanks for being in the giveaway!

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  22. Hi RoseAnna, nice to meet you while I am rolling along on the "Hunt", lot of authors I read and some new ones, fun-fun-fun.

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  23. Thanks so much for being willing to be part of the giveaway! :)

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  24. I love your books!!

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  25. Would love to win. Thanks for the chance.

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  26. your books look so good! i can't wait to read them!

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  27. Thank you so much for the chance to win

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  28. These books sound great. Thank you for participating in the scavenger hunt.

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  29. I loved the first book in the series. This is such a wonderful giveaway thank you!!!

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  30. This is really exciting to be on the scavenger hunt! Love learning about new authors and books!

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  31. I've been wanting to read this series!

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  32. What a unique idea for a story! Something I will definitely add to my list!

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  33. Angie, I'm adding your books to my Amazon wish list! Your post makes me really want to read them. :)

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  34. Thanks for this contest! I have enjoyed your books that I have read and loved hearing a little more about other books you have written.

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  35. I loved Ring of Secrets..can't wait to read the Lady of the Manor books!

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  36. As a writer, I feel I can relate to you so much. I too have a great life but have a knack for writing terribly burdened characters with tear-worthy backstorys. I'm very interested in reading your latest book.

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  37. I would love to read your books!!! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  38. I can't wait to check out your books; thanks for being apart of this! :)

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  39. I would love to read this series! I love these scavenger hunts to discover new authors!

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  40. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. I love reading these bios and blog posts by all of you. Thank you for taking the time to share!!

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  42. Thank you! Love your cover art. :)

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  43. Nice to hear about a new author for me!

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  44. Thank You for being part of the scavenger hunt

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  45. Hello Angie! I LOVE Biblical fiction. I am so excited that you are participating in the scavenger hunt! :)

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  46. Your book looks very pretty. Have a great weekend.

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  47. I would love to win any of your books to try. I have never read any of your books but they do sound interesting and I would love to try one of your books!

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  48. Haven't read any of your books yet. But, your name is now on my list of authors to check out!

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  49. Enjoying th ehunt and adding to my TBR pile for the summer. Thank you.

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  50. I'm really enjoying the scavenger hunt and getting to hear about a bunch of new authors :) Thanks for making this possible.

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  51. Enjoying the scavenger hunt and learning about new books! :)

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  52. Angie, while I have not read any of your books, I am looking forward to "testing the waters" with this new book.

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  53. Wow, your stories sound great, Angie. I look forward to reading them.

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  54. You are a new author to me. Look forward to reading one of your books.

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  55. I haven't read any of your books yet but they sure look interesting. I would love to win one to get started reading them.

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  56. What a great scavenger hunt! Thanks so much for participating.

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  57. Thanks for the chance to win! I can't wait to read your books! They look awesome! :)

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  58. oh I loved both of these books!!
    angel I have never read a book by you but im very intrigued:)

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  59. I really appreciate reading about all the authors and all their contributions to this scavenger hunt. Thanks a lot!

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  60. Enjoyed this. Thanks for being part of the hunt :)

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  61. Enjoying reading about these authors. Looking forward to more Angela Hunt books.

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  62. Thank you! i enjoy your books!
    I'm already a subscriber. :)

    Rebecca
    https://reflectionsfrommybookshelves.wordpress.com/

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  63. Love the cover! I haven't read any of you books yet, but I love the scavenger hunt for this reason- New Authors!!! Thank you!

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  64. Beauty being a problem is like the line from The Tem Commandments when one of the Egyptians takes an interest in the slave girl Lilia. One of the slaves remarks "Beauty is a curse to our women."

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  65. This is exactly what I love to read. Can't wait.

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  66. I have the Reluctant Duchess, but would love to read about the Heiress!

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  67. I discovered Angela this past year and I absolutely love her books! Looking forward to this new one!

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  68. Roseanna, I love your books! I haven't read the last two yet, but I know they will be as wonderful as all of your others.

    I've also read many of Angela Hunt's books, and I'm fascinated by her new series on beauty.

    Thank you both for writing such quality books!

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  69. I look forward to reading Ladies of the Manor

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  70. I've read quite a few of your books. My favorites are the Fairlawn series. Funny and poignant at the same time.

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  71. Love the covers of your books!

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  72. Definitely adding these to my reading list, they look sooo good!!

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  73. My Amazon wish list is getting longer and longer!! Thank you.

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  74. I have read Esther and really enjoyed your version! And LOVE Roseanna's books! Already subscribed! Thanks for sharing!

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  75. I have heard so many great things about your books that I actually bought Ring of Secrets and The Lost Heiress. I can't wait to read them and more by you! I enjoy your blog and word of the week so much! I have also heard good things about Angela Hunt, but have not gotten to read anything by her either. Hopefully that will change soon! Thank you for doing this!

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  76. I appreciated your thoughts on beauty. As I get older I find that I prefer reading about characters who are attractive in their own way, but the author doesn't feel the need to go expound on their physical beauty ;)

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  77. I like how you talk about the true beauty that God gave us. I am looking forward to reading your books!

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  78. Just by reading this post I'm really interested in your books. I think it's neat to explore who these people of the Bible might have been, the parts that we didn't get to read about. :)

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  79. I'm already a subscriber to your newsletter. Looking forward to reading your books. Thank you for the opportunity of your wonderful giveaway.

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  80. Your books look very interesting

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  81. The covers are really beautiful.

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  82. Thank you both, Roseanna and Angela, for taking part is the great scavenger hunt!

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  83. I really enjoyed The Lost Heiress and am looking forward to reading The Reluctant Duchess!

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  84. I love the cover of this book.I am looking forward to reading it.

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  85. Can't wait to read your books, the covers are so beautiful :)

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  86. I look forward to reading your books! They look amazing!

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  87. I now want to read both your books and Angela's, despite them not being in my favourite genres.

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  88. Your books sound so interesting to me as well as your thoughts on writing a compelling heroine. Plus I can't skip over anything Scottish. :-)

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    1. Because that's impossible. Because Scotland is AWESOME. ;-)

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  89. I really want to read your books, Roseanna - they're so beautiful!
    Thank you for being apart of the Scavenger Hunt and doing this giveaway!

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  90. Your books sound interesting. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. Would love these books. More than anything thanks for sharing the Scriptures. Blessings

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  92. This is great! I've come across The Reluctant Duchess and have been wanting to read it, but didn't even realize there was a book before that! Glad I found you through the hunt!

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  93. Enjoying my way through the scavenger hunt!

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  94. Wonderful to meet you Roseanna! I've met so many great authors through these Scavenger Hunts! And can not wait to start on your books. I've signed up for your newsletter and will be following you on Twitter!

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  95. I bought my mom The Lost Heiress for Christmas and she loved it! It is now in my TBR stack which is growing by the day. Guess I need to buy The Reluctant Duchess for a Mother's Day gift. I love buying her books for presents because I don't have to feel guilty for spending so much money on books and I get to read them too.

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  96. I would agree with the thoughts on beauty - if we weren't wired to appreciate it, what would be the point of art? And, of course, nature is full of beautiful things, a good many of them dangerous (pretty poison dart frogs, colorful coral snakes, deadly foxglove and monkshood, etc).

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  97. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but should be inspected closer for its true value. I'm looking forward to reading your books. Thank you for participating.

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  98. Thank you for the chance to win books on my TBR list. Have a blessed day.

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  99. I don't think I have read any of Angela's books, but they look great and I will have to add them to my TBR list.

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  100. I am so looking forward to getting to read your books!! This scavenger hunt is so exciting!!

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  101. Your books sound captivating! I'd love to read them and win copies of them :)

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  102. Yikes! I guess I never thought of David and Bathsheba's relationship as being a case of rape. Marital infidelity? Yes! But I guess she didn't have any choice in the matter so rape is probably the correct term.

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  103. I've had these two books on my reading wish list for months! I would love to win these and fulfill that reading wish!

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  104. YOU are one of my favorite Christian Fiction writers and i had read most everything you have written!! Keep writing, I'll keep reading!

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  105. Love your books Angela and have read a ton of them :) Thanks for the chance to enter the drawing.

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  106. Angela Hunt has always been a favorite author!

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  107. Hope to win - love this hunt

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  108. The books on women in the Bible look very good! I'll have to look for them.

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  109. Hi,
    Your books look really interesting and I'm always looking for new authors to read! I think I'll love your books!

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  110. Hi,
    Your books look really interesting and I'm always looking for new authors to read! I think I'll love your books!

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  111. Thanks so much for participating in the scavenger hunt; it's such fun!

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  112. I am new to your writing. The books look great. I review at More Than a Review dot com where we rate books on content.

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  113. Would love to read these books!

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  114. would love to read one of your books thanks for the contestL:)

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  115. I'd love to read these books! Such beautiful covers, too!

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  116. Hi Angie, I get caught up in that I always few everyone else as so much prettier than I and how much better everyone else is. I'm a shy person and don't talk to others very much and people think that I'm a snob which is totally untrue. Jenny

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  117. I love learning about all of these new authors! I'm so excited to read all of these books!

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  118. Would love to read your books. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. Also would love to read your books. I like historical fiction!

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  120. Covers make me think of Downton Abbey! :)

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    1. Yep, that's the vibe they were going for. =) Same time period and upstairs/downstairs focus, though that's where the similarities probably end, LOL.

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  121. Thank you to both ladies featured here for the books you write! I enjoy reading books by both authors, and am excited about the release of more!

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  122. You're a new author to me. I have The Lost Heiress on my wish list.

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  123. I just saw your book on Bathesheba in the library the other day. I'm going to have to go back for it!

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  124. Love how this hunt is leading us all to new Christian authors. I can say without a doubt, these are two books I will definitely be reading. I love Tamara Leigh's books and have almost every one of them, and in audible as well. I listen to a lot of books and am so excited to have new authors to read in between her new releases. Thanks so much for being involved in this and God bless!

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  125. I have them pinned on Pinterest to be sure I remember the titles after this hunt!

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    1. Smart! There's so much info coming at you in the hunt, that's a great way to keep track!

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  126. I absolutely loved the lost heiress and can't wait to read the reluctant duchess. You have become one of my favorite new Christian fiction authors.

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    1. Aww, shucks. ;-) So glad to hear that!

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  127. I have signed up for your newsletter and look forward to learning more about you and your writing. Thank you! :)

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  128. Your Ladies of the Manor series looks fabulous!

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  129. I've never read any of your book before. They look really interesting!

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  130. Your book covers are great. I'm going to have to read them!

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  131. Your books look so beautiful. A Stray Drop of Blood looks incredibly intriguing. I'll have to look into it. :)

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  132. This is my first time participating in the scavenger hunt. I really have enjoyed my experience reading and getting to know each authors flavor of the books they bring to the Christian fiction genre. I am looking forward to reading your books and receiving your newsletters! Thank you.

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  133. Thank you for the interview.
    Becky

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  134. This scavenger hunt is a brilliant idea. I'm getting to learn about authors I didn't previously know about!

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  135. I love Angela Hunt's work, but I haven't read her historical fiction, yet. Delilah looks like a good place to start.

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  136. I look forward to reading your books and all the others that I am finding on this fun hunt!

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  137. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  138. I love Bible stories retold in novel form!

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  139. Would you ever consider developing Matty and Alice's story from Love Finds You in Annapolis?

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    1. Hi, Nina! That would be fun. =) Interestingly, there story was at first not much of a story, and my editor had me expand it a bit in Annapolis. I've had a sequel planned out for Wiley but hadn't considered an expansion of Alice's! Now my wheels are turning. ;-) I'm not sure when I'd be able to do that, though, with my current contracts that limit what other historicals I can write. Perhaps as a freebie to give away with my newsletter someday though!

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  140. I have read Jewel of Persia and Stray Drop of Blood (I need the other one now!!!), but I didn't realize you wrote stuff other than Biblical fiction!! I will have to get those books and I LOVED the ones I have read!!

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  141. thank you for doing this giveaway!!

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  142. I haven't read any of her books, but they sound pretty good. I will be looking for some of her work.

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    2. Thank you for the chance to win. Your books are beautiful! Can't wait to read them.

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  143. Angie, I absolutely love your Fairlawn series! I admit I haven't read any of your other books but I will be on the lookout for some of your other books.

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  144. Can't wait to read your books!

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  145. The Ladies of the Manor series looks fantastic. Definitely on my must read list

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  146. Your books look wonderful. Would love to have the opportunity to read this one. Thanks so much!

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  147. Beautiful cover! I enjoy reading biblical fiction, and this looks a great series.

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  148. You are FANTASTIC!! :D Thank you so much for doing this extra giveaway. :)

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  149. Thanks for being a part of the scavenger hunt! It is a great way to discover new authors.

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  150. This is a great post! How true is it that as humans we can take something of God, like beauty, and twist it for our own benefit? Can't wait to try reading Delilah

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  151. Delilah looks riveting and Esther and Bathsheba have always fascinated me!

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  152. I would be so excited to read these books! they sound look fantastic

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  153. Wow! I love your thoughts on beauty, Angela, it's so intriguing. Your books also sound very interesting :)

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  154. Subscribed, thanks for the chance!

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  155. Rosanna, I have recently read several of your books that I enjoyed very much, the Culper Ring series. This blog hop is fun!

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  156. Your genre of books is one I've barely delved into, but the descriptions captured my imagination. I'm happy to find another new interesting author.

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  157. So glad to see so many diverse authors in this hunt. I love the book of Esther in the Bible and even did a paper on in and 'her' in college. I'm in my 50's now and still love that book, and my two boys loved for me to read them that entire book in one sitting. She was beautiful, but there was something more that Xerxes saw in her and it was, I believe, her inner beauty from God. This is definitely a book I would love to read and one I hope to recommend to many of my friends as they are always asking what new books I have read, because they know I like books that are clean, have godly morals in them and no foul language or sexual content (descriptive). I'm a huge fan of Tamara Leigh and have almost all of her books, both on my kindle and in audio. I'm looking for another writer to fill the void in between her books and from the description you gave about your books, I think you may be the one. Best wishes to the one who wins your books and God bless and thank you again for being a part of this very informative journey.
    Sherylette Winn

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  158. This is more for Roseanna. It was this hunt last year that turned me onto your books. I'm happy to be back to get to know any authors I haven't already discovered.

    Dr. Angela Hunt, I am so impressed with your education. I don't read much Biblical fiction for the sole reason that I feel like many liberties have to be taken in creating a 300+ page story. That being said, it makes me feel better when I know that the author is also a theologian.

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  159. Thank you for being part of the scavenger hunt! I signed up for your newsletter, and look forward to reading your books!

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  160. Your books sound great, thanks for the chance to win.

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    1. I love scavenger hunts and meeting new authors.

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  161. I love reading and writing historical fiction, too, Roseanne. God bless you in all your endeavors. :-)

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  162. new to biblical fiction, Angie - interesting topic and definitely a unique novel character! thanks for participating and sharing your insights on this heady topic...

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  163. I'm looking forward to reading my first book by Angie! I love doing the scavenger hunt :)

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  164. Rosanne i love your website. Thank you for being a part of the hunt

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  165. Thank you for participating in the scavenger hunt! I love finding new-to-me authors!!!

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  166. I've read most of Angela's books and loved them. I especially loved the ones she set in Tampa (since that's where I'm from 😃)! I look forward to reading her latest series.

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  167. It is a definite struggle when the world is full of beauty being so important. Thank you for the message that we all need.

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  168. Glad to see you on the scavenger hunt. This is a fun place to meet new-to-me authors.

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  169. I've been dying to read your books! I'll buy them anyway, but thanks for a chance to win signed copies!

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  170. Looking forward to reading these. Thanks Kristie

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  171. Christy ShelinbargerApril 24, 2016 at 2:25 PM

    I am very intrigued by your ideas on how to write a character. It sounds like yours are ones I would like to get to know.

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  172. So enjoy reading your books...just read "doesn't she look natural" really loved it!!!

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  173. Dear Angela and Roseanna, thanks for participating in this Scavenger hunt. May God less you A LOT today!

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