13 March 2016

Giveaway and Endorsement by Author Rita Gerlach of The Steeplechase by Carrie Fancett Pagels


Review/Endorsement by Author Rita Gerlach, Dusk to Dawn Inspirational Fiction, :

The Steeple Chase (Forget Me Not Romances) by Carrie Fancett Pagels is a heartwarming story that takes readers on a 19th century ride through 1810 Virginia. The characters are examples of the Virginians of their day, with one adventurous heroine--- the brave and determined Martha Osborne. Martha disguises herself as a man in order to 'race to the steeple' in hopes of winning so she can to bring her young brother Johnny back to her. Who doesn't love a heroine willing to put everything on the line for another? The romance and plot twists, the fleshed out characters, horses and races, will truly satisfy readers. 

About Rita - Rita Gerlach is a multi-published award-winning author of Christian fiction. She is a breast cancer survivor who incorporates her overcoming journey into her newer fiction. Her new release, After the Rain, is a beautiful Edwardian story but you'll find many of her books are set in the colonial era. 

CFP: THANK you so much, Rita, for this lovely endorsement!

GIVEAWAY: A paperback copy of The Steeplechase (USA only, ebook option open to all.) Have you read a story set in the early 1800s in Virginia? Get extra entry points by signing up for my newsletter (if you are already a newsletter subscriber put "newsy" in your comment!)

16 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing your endorsement of The Steeplechase with us on OWG, RITA! I enjoyed reading Carrie Fancett Pagels' new novella very much!

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    1. Thanks for your kind words, Diana! I've been so blessed by you!

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  2. I'm quite sure I must have read a book from this time period and location at some point.

    Thank you for the highlight.

    Newsy

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  3. Thank you Rita for your review. I have never read anything from Virginia in that time period and would so love to win this contest. Hoping....
    flowersmarylou85(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Thanks for coming by Sister Mary Lou! So great to see you here!

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    2. Congrats, Sister Mary Lou! You wo a copy of The Steeplechase! Will be contacting you! Blessings!

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  4. RITA, thank you for your endorsement of The Steeplechase! It is a wonderful story.

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  5. What a wonderful endorsement from Rita, Carrie!! Congratulations!!! I've yet to read this one but it's sitting on my Kindle patiently waiting for me. More patient than I am to read it I might add. :-)

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    1. I hope you will get a chance soon, Noela! I want to read an Aussie Angel review (unless you don't end up liking it, lol!) Blessings!

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  6. Wonderful endorsement from Rita.
    I'm not entering, wanted to say Congratulations Carrie! I really enjoyed The Steeplechase.
    Blessings, Tina

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    1. Yes, this was, Tina! Thanks so much for your review, too! Blessings!

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  7. Thank you Rita for this wonderful review for Carrie's new story ! It's definitely a winner! Don't have to enter me,just wanted to add another good word for Carrie!

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    1. Thanks for your kind words, Lynne! I'm glad you enjoyed The Steeplechase!

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  8. This sounds great! Thanks Rita for sharing this review with us of Carrie's new story!

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  9. I am so happy for all of your wonderful reviews. I used to not read novellas, because I love big, detailed books. Yet, I have been reading some amazing novellas lately that have helped change my biased attitude. That, reviews and glowing endorsements like these have play a big factor in it, as well.

    Although I enjoy historical fiction, as I think about it, I haven't read any that take place in Virginia during the 1800's.

    Carrie, I thought I was already subscribed to your newsletter, but apparently I wasn't. I am now officially a "newsy." tlhcoupon(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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    1. Thanks for being a newsletter subscriber, Terrill! And thanks for coming by to comment on Rita's lovely review of my new release!

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