Monday, April 30, 2012

Two winners have a chance to win A Season of Love!

This week two winners have a chance to win advanced copy of A Season of Love, the fifth and final Kauffman Amish Bakery novel! TWO winner will receive each of the following items:

  • An autographed advanced copy of the fifth and final Kauffman Amish Bakery novel,  A Season of Love!
  • Amish country note cards purchased in the Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop during the Amish Country Holiday Book Tour.
  • A book tour tote bag
  • Pens
  • Bookmarks
In order to enter this contest, you need to leave a comment below on this blog.
As always, you have the opportunity to enter the contest more than once if you do at least one of the following:
  • Promote this contest on your Facebook wall by posting a link
  • Write a review for one of my books on
  • "Like" my books on
  • Encourage your friends to enter this contest
If you choose to do one of the following tasks listed above, please leave more than one comment below and tell me which task you completed.
The contest deadline is 5 p.m. (EST), Friday, May 4. The winner will be announced Saturday, May 5.

Please post your name after your comment as some comments come up as "Anonymous." I want to be sure to announce the winner's name without confusion. It would be a bonus if you also include your email address. Thank you!

***Please note: The winner will be notified by e-mail. If the winner does not respond within 30 days after the contest ends, another winner will be chosen.

More contests are coming soon! Please tell your friends to stay tuned to my Facebook page and this blog!
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About Amy Clipston
All of the books in my Kauffman Amish Bakery series have achieved the Christian Fiction bestseller lists, including the CBA (Christian Book Association) bestseller list and the ECPA (Evangelical Christian Publishers Association) bestseller list.
I love writing about the Amish, and an Amish friend in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, reads my manuscripts for accuracy. I was always fascinated with the Amish when I was a child. I remember visiting Lancaster County, and my father, who was a German immigrant, told me that the Amish speak the same dialect of German as my relatives. I was drawn to their simplicity and faith. Due to my German heritage, I feel a loose connection to the Amish and their culture.
My plots come straight from my heart and all involve family issues intertwined with faith.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, to clarify, leave your comment for the contest over at Amy's blog:

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