Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Author Spotlight + Series GIVEAWAY: Suzanne Woods Fisher


Suzanne Woods Fisher
The Revealing, Book 3 of 'The Inn at Eagle Hill'
Revell Books
Release date: July 2014


Suzanne Woods Fisher is a sweet and very talented lady who has become one of my favorite authors, and I am delighted to welcome her back to The Power of Words. Suzanne weaves heartwarming storylines with character depth, often with strong secondary characters from the Englisch world and an appeal that goes beyond Amish fiction fans. It was with great regret that I turned the last page of The Revealing, because I cared so much about these characters and wanted more.

I am also thrilled to announce that Suzanne's most gracious giveaway is for the complete three-book series, The Inn at Eagle Hill, which includes the following:

The Letters (review)
The Calling (review)
The Revealing (review)

Entry details are at the end of this post and a question will come from the interview. Now let's enjoy Suzanne . . .



Q:  Tell us about The Inn at Eagle Hill series and how The Revealing fits in.

The Revealing is the third of the ‘Inn at Eagle Hill’ series, so there is a story arc that carried through The Letters (Book 1) and The Calling (Book 2) and wraps up those dangling questions. But within that larger story arc, each book has a self-standing story. In Revealing, there is a new character, Brooke Snyder, who enters the scene with some drama of her own. Her career has been as a professional art restorer, but her talent took her a little too far—she became a forger. It was fascinating to learn about forgery—which great artists have been copied most often, signs of a how to identify a forgery, how to duplicate an artist’s signature. Interesting fodder for the imagination!


Q:  Of the leading guys - Tobe, Jimmy, and Galen - who would you most desire for a son-in-law?

        Great question…especially as son-in-laws are on my mind this week. My youngest daughter just got engaged! Let’s see, Tobe would be honest but loyal. Galen would be thoroughly dependable. And Jimmy would be fun!
        Actually, I’d like to put all three in a paper bag and shake it up. Out would come the perfect son-in-law! But then…I already have one wonderful son-in-law and another wonderful soon-to-be-son-in-law.


Q:  One of your characters makes the comment that Eagle Hill was better than a reality TV show. What are your thoughts about Amish reality TV shows - somewhat realistic, far-fetched, exploitative, etc.?

The irony of these “reality” show about the Amish are that they are not at all realistic. Highly scripted! These shows certainly indicate the public’s on-going curious fascination about the Amish, but they do more damage than good by reinforcing stereotypes and providing misinformation.


Q:  Do you have any plans to return to the Eagle Hill or Stoney Ridge community in future novels?

Definitely! I’m starting a new series next week, set in Stoney Ridge, that will carry a few characters over from The Revealing. I want it to seem like a small town for readers.


Q:  What spiritual theme from The Revealing speaks the strongest to you?

The theme of second chances, of forgiveness, is the one that resonates with me. These characters have plenty of flaws, like we all do, but they keep trying to get back on track. That should be our goal!


Q:  What stories can we look forward to in the months ahead?

In just a few weeks, Christmas will be coming! In Stoney Ridge, that is. Christmas at Rose Hill Farm will release—a novella about a “lost rose” (lost to the commercial market, that is.) Lost roses are old roses brought over from Europe, centuries ago, that are tucked away in people’s backyards or in old cemeteries. If you love roses, or love the Amish, or love Christmas, this is the book for you.


Q:  How can we support and/or pray for you, Suzanne?

        This has been a rather dramatic time of life for my family—two of my children (now young adults) became engaged this summer and my oldest son and his wife just had their first baby. In fact, the baby was born on the same day as my daughter’s engagement! Talk about an action packed day! It felt like we were in a “Father of the Bride III movie.” Each event is wonderful and exciting. Our family feels very, very thankful.
        So that’s my prayer…giving thanks!

I love hearing from readers! Their feedback helps me be a better writer. You can find me on-line at www.suzannewoodsfisher.com. I'm also on Facebook and Twitter. And look for little snapshots of my life on Instagram and Pinterest, too!

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GIVEAWAY

To enter the drawing for The Inn at Eagle Hill series, simply answer the following question and leave your e-mail in a safe format -name [at] company [dot]. If you're willing, it's also helpful to share about this giveaway on Facebook.

Question:
Suzanne mentioned the theme of second chances, of forgiveness.
Is this a theme that resonates with you also?

Please "like" my Facebook page, ThePowerofWordsBookReviews, if you haven't already. And new followers of this blog are always welcome!

  • E-mail required, one entry per person. Odds of winning are based on number of entries.
  • Contest ends at midnight PST on Wednesday, August 20. No purchase necessary.
  • Winner will be chosen by Random.org and contacted by e-mail on Friday, August 22. Respond within 48 hours of notification or another winner will be chosen.
  • Eligibility: US residents, 18 and older

102 comments:

  1. Yay! I love her books! I had not yet read the synopsis of The Revealing- the art forgery angle sounds fascinating! I bet the research was really fun to do on that subject. Thanks for the generous giveaway!!!

    colorvibrant at gmail dot com

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    1. So good to see you here, Heidi! Suzanne often brings in the most interesting themes and did a great job with the art forgery angle. Be sure to answer the entry question, as I'd love your thoughts.

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  2. Thanks, Carole, for inviting me to guest blog! Love your readers. Warmly, Suzanne

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  3. What a great giveaway. Thank you for the interview as well!

    A: Yes it does. Having lived with a chronic illness for over four years now, I am constantly being reminded to continually extend mercy and grace and release into God's hands those that do not understand my situation nor care to ask questions to be better informed, but tend to judge and dictate whether I have enough faith or believe hard enough to be healed. So yes, forgiveness is always at the forefront of my mind.

    debrastevens452@gmail.com

    Thanks again for this opportunity!!

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    1. Debra, my husband has a chronic illness also, so I can totally relate to your comments. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love Suzanne's books. Everyone needs the power of forgiveness and second chances in their life. I have struggled with forgiveness in my life with people who have hurt me and my family. Watching someone hurt my kids is really hard to forgive. We have to remember how much God has forgiven us. And His love for people who hurt Him! I have not read any books in this series of Suzanne's. Would love to win. Thanks for the chance.
    Grace Winn

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    1. Grace, it is especially hard when our children are involved. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

      I copied your e-mail address and am deleting the comment. Your address is so original, by the way. Love it!

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  5. yes, this topic resonates with me greatly. I have always had to learn to forgive and forget even though the hurt persists. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. Oh, where would I be without 2nd chances? I get such comfort from the apostle Paul's full redemption, knowing that the same applies to me.

    kathrynlvoss(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. So true, Kate! I need a second chance each day!

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  7. the theme of second chances, of forgiveness.
    Is this a theme that resonates with you also?yes.
    "liked " your Facebook page, ThePowerofWordsBookReviews..I am looking forward to reading. The Revealing, Book 3 of 'The Inn at Eagle Hill' Thank you for the opportunity to win.I enjoy reading your books.augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com.Have a wonderful week.

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    1. Thanks for becoming a follower, Emma. If you've read the first two books in this series, you will certainly enjoy The Revealing.

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  8. Love her books. inspiremichelle@yahoo.com

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Michelle. Be sure to answer the posted question if you want to enter the drawing. Thanks!

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    2. Hi Michelle! Thank you for the kind word! Warmly, Suzanne

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  9. Certainly, things in the past I wish I could have handled better. Besides forgiving others I've learned to forgive myself too. Interesting interview!
    d_stevens310 (at) live.com

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    1. Oh, Deanna, wouldn't it be wonderful to have "do over" opportunities when it comes to our past? Thanks for visiting today.

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  10. I love Suzanne's books and cannot wait to read her latest. The theme of forgiveness is one of my favorites. Where would we be without it. Would really like to win this series. donnaeharmon(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Thanks, Donna! Hope you win! ~Suzanne

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  11. A great subject to reach on "forgiveness". This would make day to be able to read this series. Love Suzanne's writing.

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    1. MT, be sure to leave your e-mail address if you want to be entered in the drawing. Thanks!

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  12. Yes, I totally believe in second chances and forgiveness...I have been extended mercy and grace many times throughout my life and in return I try to always extend mercy and grace. The ultimate forgiveness comes from God, however! Great blog post..would love to win, thanks for the opportunity...love Suzanne's books and The Revealing looks like a must-read! Linda Mc
    dmcfarl101(at)juno(dot)com

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  13. I love Suzanne's books. Love and forgiveness and second chances have been very big in my life recently. After my parents both passed within 11 months of each other, I had to learn to forgive and walk away. Give myself a second chance at a new beginning. Thank you for this blog. rackylemaire (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Melissa, you certainly went through a hard time, with the loss of your parents so close together. Thank God for new beginnings!

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    2. Melissa--Thank you for sharing your story. I'm sorry about losing both parents in such a brief span of time--so hard to face such loss. Thinking of you...Suzanne

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  14. Forgiveness certainly resonates with me. I'm a sinner, plain and simple, and mess up more often than I probably even know. My prayer is that God opens my eyes to those mess ups as He wills so that I may seek forgiveness and repent...whether just with Him, or with another sinner if need be. I pray that I am always striving to be more like Jesus and will always seek forgiveness...I know I need it!
    Thank you for the chance to win. Blessings to you and many congratulations for all of your beautiful family happenings!
    Kelly Y.
    kelly [at] dkcountryarts [dot] com

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    1. In a culture that likes to call sin something other than what it is, your thoughts are refreshing and humbling, Kelly. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  15. love the books. Yes forgiveness is always on my heartwhere would we be without Jesus' forgiving us. Thank you for the contest. rose blackard at gmail dot com

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  16. Love Suzanne's books. Forgiveness is always something we do daily. With guidance of god as he forgives us as we should forgive others daily an every hour. Because we all fall short of the glory of god and forgiving others always.

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    1. Thank you for sharing - and be sure to leave your e-mail address in order to enter the drawing. Thanks!

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  17. Best wishes to everyone who has commented on her. We all need to learn like our Amish friends, respecting each other, respecting Mother Nature and most of all living a life that includes the teachings of Jesus.

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    1. Robin, I've always admired the way the Amish are able to model forgiveness. Thanks for visiting - and be sure to leave your e-mail address in order to enter the drawing. Thanks!

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  18. I have enjoyed her books so far. yes.. grace is the healing balm of forgiving others. God is a God of many and second chance. cr8ted4him@frontier.com

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  19. This theme does resonate with me. I've had chances of forgiveness given to me which have worked and helped to complete my circle of friends and family. I've had opportunities to make amends with one of my three sisters and the results have been less than desirable. But, that won't stop me from trying. Blessings to your family on all of the "happenings"!! ingmankidsmom at gmail .com

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    1. I'm an only child who always longed for brothers and sisters, Jen, and I would think a strained relationship with your sister would be heartbreaking. Sometimes healing takes time and I pray that the healing you seek will come in God's time. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  20. Yes, I believe we need to continually ask for God's forgiveness and forgiveness from others whom we may have hurt in our everyday living. I haven't read any of these books yet. I would love to win them! Donna d[dot]brookmyer[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  21. Love Your Books thanks a chance to win this Book

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    1. Please answer the entry question and leave your e-mail for the drawing.

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  22. Yes, second chances and forgiveness resonates with me. I mess up all the time and am grateful He gives me 2nd 3rd 4th.....etc chances. Forgiveness is a difficult thing for me to grasp though. Hard for me to forgive tohers as well as myself. Thank you for the chance to read these books. :) bunnysmip (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  23. Second chances and forgiveness is a continuous process with oneself and those around you. It allows you to process daily moments and events and move on in peace.
    Thank you for this awesome giveaway!
    sweetnessnlight (at) Comcast (dot) net
    Karen Cushing

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    1. So true, Karen, about life as a continuous process. And I appreciated your goal of moving on in peace. Lovely thought to mull over today! Warmly, Suzanne

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  24. I love Suzanne's books and read as many as I can get my hands on! I do connect with the idea of second chances and forgiveness because I am no where near perfect, yet get many opportunities to try again from the Lord. I find myself constantly being reminded of this idea when my kids make less-than-perfect decisions, too. It provides opportunities to teach them about true Christ-like love. thimbleluvr (at) hotmail (dot) com

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    1. Hi Amy! Loved your perspective on "less-than-perfect" decisions! Opportunities to try it again and get it right! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Hope you win! ~Suzanne

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  25. Everyone deserves a second chance know one is perfect and we learn from our mistakes. If God can forgive then we as a society should also. cscrispin@gmail.com

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  26. I love Suzanne's books...thank you so much for this give-away!!! Yes, if God can extend forgiveness to us & give us second chances, shouldn't we do the same?

    lorrainealx (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  27. i would lkove a chance to win this...valerie
    impicbb(at)juno(dot)com

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  28. This is a very generous giveaway. Suzanne is such a talented writer. I have a hard time with forgiveness like most people. fishingjan[at]aol[dot]com

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    1. Don't we all, Jan?! Sometimes it seems like a never-ending struggle.

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  29. Thanks for the great giveaway. Everyone deserves forgiveness and a second chance, but sometimes it's hard. I just have to remember how many times God has forgiven me when I really don't deserve it.

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    1. Remembering the forgiveness we've received - that's what it all comes down to, isn't it, Patricia? Thanks for sharing with us.

      And be sure to leave your e-mail address for the drawing!

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  30. Thanks for the opportunity for a chance to win her book! I love reading Suzanne's books!!! Theresa Carty theresacarty1962@Gmail.com

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  31. Thank you to all who are leaving comments for Suzanne! I'm enjoying all that is being shared about second chances and forgiveness.

    I've tried to leave individual comments, but in case I've missed anyone, be sure to respond to the giveaway question posted above and leave your e-mail address in order to enter the drawing. Thanks so much!

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  32. Hi Carole, loved the interview, as always, it was great! Now to answer the question....Second chance forgiveness means the world to me as my hubby and I were married less than a year when he got transferred and I would not go with him, so I left him and divorced him and moved in with my parents at 7 mos. pregnant!! It was totally all my fault and I take full credit! Now after 4 1/2 years, he FORGAVE me and gave me that second chance to come back to him and make a life for the three of us as a family! Come Dec. 3, that will have been 43 years ago!!!! And we have never been happier!!! So I thank God for second chances and forgiveness!!! I would definitely be honored to win the 3 Amish books by Suzanne and I thank the both of you for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. Sending love and wishes for God's Blessings to you gals!! (Will be happy to share on FB, T & G)
    ratsmith140(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Wow...what a wonderful story of redemption! Thank you for sharing it--such a beautiful ending, too. I hope you have opportunities to share that story at your church and other places--a needed message in today's world! LOVED IT! Suzanne

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  33. I feel it's impossible to be completely happy if we're harboring resentment and unforgiveness towards someone - forgiving doesn't mean we always forget, but allows us to release those feelings keeping us from enjoying all that God has laid out in His wondrous plans for us. Being human, we are imperfect creatures, therefore there will be times when we will need to ask for forgiveness as well as forgive. I'm thankful for the times I have been forgiven and pray I always possess the spirit of forgiveness towards others.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win the beautiful "Inn at Eagle Hill" series!!

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

    I am a subscriber and Facebook follower and shared this post!!

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    1. Bonnie--You raise an interesting point about not being able to be completely happy if we harbor resentment. Thanks for sharing your insights! Warmly, Suzanne

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  34. Absolutely! I am all for do-overs! Sonja dot Nishimoto at gmail dot com

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    1. Waving to you, Sonja! Warmly, Suzanne

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  35. The topic of forgiveness at times is difficult especially if the "offender" is doing the same thing over & over again without learning the consequences. I've got 2 different illnesses running in me. 1. Fibromyalgia (which really I have to thank God that I don't have the probs like others do where I don't really have to take any pain meds yet for it. 2. Connective tissue disease (rheumatoid/ lupus/ and another one I can't remember falls into this category)... But I do try and give ppl chance after chance but after the first couple of times then I may say I forgive ya but then I watch more closely etc. if I get lied to after a while i'll go and ask ppl if it's true or not.

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    1. Crystal--Can't imagine the challenges in your life with not one but two illnesses. I appreciate your positive slant on your situation--what a blessing you must be to others. Warmly, Suzanne

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    2. Crystal, my husband has suffered with fibromyalgia for years, so I know how difficult that can be - and to have connective tissue disease on top of that! I imagine they interact with each other also. Your positive attitude is inspiring. Thank you for sharing, Crystal - and be sure to leave your e-mail address.

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  36. I was always taught growing up that it is the Christian way to forgive others. A second chance is always a great thing!!
    Elaine
    tinkerbell2by2@gmail.com

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  37. Absolutely, forgiveness is an important part of life. Love Suzanne's books.

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    1. Hi Rachel! Hope you win! Warmly, Suzanne

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  38. Second chances and forgiveness form the foundation of all Christian's lives. From baptism through confirmation through redemption, God shows his mercy and love for us by giving us a second chance to accept His role in our lives. I would be nowhere without the second chance I was given by God to hand over my life to Him. That was the best decision I ever made.

    I'd love to read Ms. Fisher's books! Thanks for the interview.

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  39. Yes indeed! We probably have all come from different places than where we are today spiritually. I love Suzanne's books.

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  40. We should always forgive and give second chances. That is what God would have us do, just like he does for all of us.
    seraphinangel7(at)aol(dot)com.

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  41. Absolutely! Two themes that will always resonate with us at many different times in life.

    Thank you,
    Stephanie C.
    grumpysmurf817 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  42. Sometimes it can be difficult to forgive and give second chances but I end up praying about the situation and eventually do forgive. How can I expect forgiveness if I don't forgive as God has done?

    Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter the drawing to win this great series of books. Suzanne is such a talented author so I know that I will enjoy them.

    cindialtman(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Hi Cindi! I think you're right...that eventually, we get where we're supposed to be if we keep trying to forgive. I think of it as inviting God into the conversation. Grateful for your comment, Cindi! Warmly, Suzanne

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  43. The theme of second chances, of forgiveness, is the one that resonates with me. These characters have plenty of flaws, like we all do, but they keep trying to get back on track. That should be our goal! Just like her I have many faults, many flaws and am always trying to get back on track but often feel like I am hitting a wall. Thank God for His forgiveness. inspiremichelle@yahoo.com

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  44. I enjoy reading books on forgiveness because it helps me better deal with it. I have an easy time forgiving others, but a hard time (almost impossible) time forgiving myself.
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  45. One of my favorite authors. Yes, the theme of forgiveness resonates with me -- it is something we must do for ourselves, not the person being forgiven.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  46. We all need to learn to forgive, or we will not be able to move forward in our lives. Loved the interview, and really enjoy reading Suzanne's books. I am an avid reader, and am always reading.Have a Blessed Day. dsimmering68@gmail.com

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  47. Hello. thanks for the chance to visit your blog and to have a chance to win a series of books from Suzanne. I love Suzanne's books, but have not been able to get them all. This would be wonderful to be able to win this whole series. I don't have any of these.
    As to second chances, GOD has given many second chances. GOD is graceous to forgive us when we mess up. I have had to forgive and ask for others to forgive me, including my children for hurting them so much when I divorced their daddy.
    Sometimes we don't consider the hurt we will cause to others. Later, GOD gave me a second chance with a wonderful Christian man whom my children learned to love so much and he loved them like they were his own. Thank GOD for second chances. Thanks for a chance to be a winner. Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

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    1. Thanks, Maxie!!! Keep trying to win...it will happen! XO Suzanne

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  48. the whole amish experience through books inspires me. If there is such a thing as reincarnation I want to come back Amish. I love there simply life even though I know they are very busy people. jolen@bright.net

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  49. Love your books. Would love to win one!

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  50. Yes, I believe in second chances. How many times does The Lord Jesus give us second chances? We too should give second chances to others and learn to not be so judge mental but forgiving one another and moving beyond the issue by offering second chances to others.

    Than you for a chance to win the series.

    deamundy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  51. Yes. YES YES YES.... Second chances are awesome, but not to be taken for granted.

    mandn(at)wisper(dash)wireless(dot)com

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  52. I would hope that I would always be able to give second chances.

    mauback55 at gmail dot com

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  53. I have a hard time with second chances and forgiveness. My ex husband cheated on me and twisted the facts to make it look like it was my fault. I know I need to forgive him but I get so bitter every time I see him! I'm working on forgiveness but it is very hard for me!

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  54. Yes it resonates with me I forgive and forget and move on. In the bible it states to do also.

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  55. Most of all it is good for the soul to forgive & clear the mind and move on to healthier days.

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  56. Yes, it resonates with me. I forgive because God first forgave me. We are told to forgive our enemies as well as our loved ones. I have received forgiveness from people I have wronged. I have actually received forgiveness and a second chance recently. So this question is very near and dear to me. Thank you for the interview and the opportunity to win this series. I have read all of the books and am trying to build and at home Amish library as they are the best books to read. One day I hope to become Amish.

    Melissa Weaver
    Weavemissy67@yahoo.com

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  57. I think second chances and forgiveness are important to everyone!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  58. yes i believe forgiveness is an important quality to have and i try very hard to forgive people ometimes it is veryhard tho and it is harder to forget then to forgive

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      myflower121870[at]gmail[dot]com

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    2. It IS hard, My Flower, to forgive others. I think we all struggle with it...certainly with some individuals. On another note...love your profile pix!
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  59. Growing up, I was a victim of bullies. It's hard to forgive them, and easy to blame them for how life has turned out. Whenever they come to mind, I have to remind myself I forgive them. tlw131 [at] gmail [dot] com

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    1. Terri- Such a good reminder to take a negative thought captive and offer it up to God. Thank you for sharing from the heart. Warmly, Suzanne

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  60. Second Chances and Forgiveness is the Amish way and I try to emulate that in my daily life...I live in the midst of a large Amish community an have many Amish friends here...

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  61. Forgiveness and second chances resonate deeply with me. I would love to share this book with my 18 year old granddaughter. ingliskf@gmail.com

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  62. If not for forgiveness and second chances I would be a lost cause. Praise God for both.
    Lgskinner@Yahoo.com

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  63. Love, grace and forgiveness has been the heart of our ministry. Jesus forgave us, why can't we forgive others? A reminder is so helpful.

    sallydav45@gmail.com

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  64. Congratulations to our winner, Terri Wangard! May you enjoy and be blessed by The Inn at Eagle Hill series.

    Thank you to all who left comments and shared from your heart. Many of us have this in common - that while we rejoice at receiving forgiveness & second chances, extending these to others doesn't always come easy.

    And most of all, thank you to Suzanne - not only for the most generous giveaway, but for using your God-given talent to both entertain and inspire us. It is an honor to host you and I hope you will come back soon.

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