Monday, November 10, 2014

Giveaway! Where Treetops Glisten by Cara Putman, Sarah Sundin and Tricia Goyer!

Cara Putman
Welcome to Writing for Christ, Sarah Sundin, Cara Putman and Tricia Goyer. It is great to have ALL THREE of you! What brought the three of you together to write this collection of stories?

Cara: It was my idea because I’d written in a couple novella collections for Barbour and wanted to do one that focused on WWII at Christmas. I was so DELIGHTED when Sarah and Tricia said yes, they’d do this with me.

Sarah: It was Cara’s idea to write a WWII Chris
Sarah Sundin
tmas novella collection. I’d always thought it would be fun to write a novella, so I jumped on the idea. And the opportunity to work with these creative and energetic women really appealed to me.

Tricia: Well, since I adore these two women—and their writing—it wasn't hard to say YES. Cara brought up the idea and after one phone conversation with both Cara and Sarah, we were off! Get three writers, who are passionate about the same time in history, together and it's easy to have 
something fun to write about!

Yes, I’m asking you to play favorites…which of your books is your favorite, published or unpublished?

Cara: This is a super tricky question to answer. I’d have to say a tie between Stars in the Night and Shadowed by Grace. Shadowed by Grace. Exploring Italy vicariously was fun, too. I hope to actually see all the places I wrote about one day.
Tricia Goyer
Both are full length novels set during WWII, but their as different as Hollywood and Italy. But I loved exploring the Monuments Men in

Sarah: That’s like picking my favorite child—they each have their strengths and weaknesses, and I love them all equally. Right now I’m in the middle of writing a new series, so I’m looking back fondly on my most recent series, especially the last book, In Perfect Time. It was the easiest book of the series to write because I knew all the characters well by then, and I couldn’t wait to tell their stories. Plus it had one of the most exciting storylines I’d written.

Tricia: This is one of the hardest questions ever! I have to say it might be Night Song because it's set in The Czech Republic (for Czechoslovakia). That's my favorite country outside of the United States, and it's a World War II novel. It's based on true stories from the veterans I love, and now my daughter is a missionary there. That book has a special place in my heart.

What is your chosen preference of genre to read and why?


Cara: I’m split between WWII and contemporary romantic suspense. I adore telling the WWII stories, but also enjoy a good page-turner laced with romance.

Sarah: Of course, I love historical fiction, but I also love women’s fiction, contemporary 
romance, the classics, and some suspense. Even occasionally some fantasy!

Tricia: My favorite genre to read is historical fiction. I love getting the chance to “live” in different times in history. I learn so much as I read. It's like having a time machine without having to leave my couch!

Places for readers to learn more about you?

Cara: Website: www.caraputman.com

Sarah:

Tricia:

Thank you for being with us today!


Cara: Thanks so much for hosting us, Casey. It’s always a delight to be on your blog!

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47 comments:

  1. I've seen multiple posts about this novella collection. :) I LOVE Christmas. Will have to check this out!

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  2. I bet this would get me in the mood for Christmas!
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  3. I like to read about WWII, especially romances. I love y'alls books and can't wait to get this one.
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  6. Great interview.
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  7. Would love to add Where Treetops Glisten to my personal library.
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  8. Where Treetops Glisten would be a treasure which I would cherish. Thanks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Wonderful interview with Tricia, Cara and Sarah! I am looking forward to reading "Where Treetops Glisten". I follow and subscribe...

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  10. I have read books by all of you and really enjoyed them. I look forward to adding Where Treetops Glisten to my list! Thanks for sharing. steveandellengray(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. Looking forward to reading this book just in time for Christmas! I can't believe how close it's getting!

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  12. Hi, I'm looking forward to joining in, I follow and receive your newsletters and I follow on facebook and twitter 4jessad@gmail.com

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  13. Entry for Catherine:

    Love the interviews. Love Sarah's books and she introduced me to the Tricia and Cara. Now I am a lover of all three authors! chopkinsaz@yahoo.com

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  15. I love Christmas stories!

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  16. This book sounds so good! And with the snow on the ground, it puts me in the mood for Christmas! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. I'm entering for a friend - I know she'd love it.
    I've read it and Looooooved it!! Great writing. :)
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    I'm a follower and subscriber.

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  19. I've seen this book on the internet and have been wanting to read it.

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  20. I would love to win Where Tree Tops Glisten. I am a huge fan of all three authors. I have recently read/re-read my WWII books; just finished The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron . . . holy cow! I have a dear friend who was part of the original team that set up the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. She set up the educational programs. Wow! Thanks for the opportunity to win and Happy Thanksgiving & Merry Christmas! I am a follower & subscriber. chris_davebures@bellsouth.net

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  21. Three of my favorite authors! This has to be a good book!
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  22. This sounds like a wonderful book. I would love to win a copy.
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  24. I love reading collaborations - and how each author delivers a different flavor. :) LOVE the title.
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  25. Enjoy all three authors. Looking forward to reading this book.
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  26. So excited to read this one. Thanks for the interview. My email is:

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    Cheers!
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  27. I don't typically read many novellas but this one really captured my attention. I think it's because they are about the WWII era, which I love reading about and also because it is written by three great authors.
    Thanks for the chance to win a copy of Where Treetops Glisten.

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  28. I've heard good things about this one! Thanks for the giveaway! :) I'm an email follower as well.

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  30. Thanks to each of you ladies for the interview and giveaway! Sounds like a great collection.

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  31. I love when my favorite authors do this kind of book AND it's a happy holiday story!

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  32. I have LIKED all 3 authors previously.

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  33. This book sounds lovely and I would absolutely love it!
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  34. Thank you for the interview. Would love to win and read this book. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.
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  36. Thanks for this interview with Cara, Sarah, and Tricia. I've read and enjoyed books by all of them. With all three of them in one volume, I know this book must be terrific. Thanks for the chance to win Where the Treetops Glisten.
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  37. I love historical fiction and I love Christmas-themed stories so I know this is an excellent read! Thank you for offering one of us a chance to win.
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  38. This looks like a great novella collection!
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  39. thanks for the chance to read this wonderful novel, ladies.

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  40. Ah, I'd love to win this book. Love these authors! :) Thanks for the interview and giveaway, Casey. My email is ozarkwriter(at)gmail(dot)com.

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