2017 Fiction from Revell Books

2017 Fiction from Revell Books

Even More to Read and Love!

During 2017 Revell Books releases 34 fiction titles. From historical to contemporary and even a few speculative titles, there is plenty to choose from over the 12 months from January to December.

Revell Books is kindly offering a giveaway of one of each title for the entire year – that’s right, 34 books in all.To enter, simply comment about the titles in the 2017 selection you have already read, which ones have been your favourites, and any that you missed out on reading but would still love to. Then fill out the contest form, choosing which books you would like to go in the draw for. There will be one winner per title, so 34 winners in all 🙂

See each title listed below. Each book links to it’s own book page. Be sure to come back to this blog post to comment and enter!

Looking forward to finding out all your faves! Have fun!

~Ellie

ENTER THE GIVEAWAY

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Be in to win a copy of any Revell titles released in 2017

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ONE paperback copy of EACH TITLE to be won – 34 winners in all
ONE Kindle copy of the winner’s choice to be won

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Contest open to entrants worldwide
Paperback copies available winners
in the USA only.
Kindle copy available to a winner outside the US only.

Contest ends October 31, 2017 EST

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How to Enter:

Simply leave a blog comment about the Revell titles released during 2017 that you’ve read, which ones are your faves, and any that you missed out on reading but would still love to. Then fill out the contest form, and you’re done. Both steps need to be fully completed to be eligible. :-)

  • Log in at the top right of the blog
  • Scroll to the bottom to leave your comment
  • Complete the CONTEST FORM then return to this page

Winning entries drawn will have their entry options validated before being accepted.
If incomplete another entry will be drawn.

Contest entries close Thursday October 31 EST.

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55 Responses to 2017 Fiction from Revell Books

  1. There are a handful that I’m REALLY wanting to read, but “Vanishing Point” has got to be the one I’m LONGING for the most!

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THESE GIVEAWAYS!!! There are quite a few that Revell cut me out of reviewing. 🙁 The changes they’ve made are not good! :/

    Many Blessings, Amada

  2. I haven’t read any of these books yet. But there are many I’ve been wanting to read that are on my TBR list. Such as: The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck, Moving Target, Rescue Me, Sandpiper Cove, Chasing Secrets, A Matter of Trust, Over Maya Dead Body, On Love’s Gentle Shores and What Hope Remembers. I hope I can read these soon.

  3. All the books look great with wonderful authors, but these books are my favorite: The Newcomer; A Stolen Heart; Trusting Grace; Naomi’s Hope; The Return; The Christmas Blessing; These Healing Hills; All She Left Behind; An Amish Country Christmas.

    Thank you for this great giveaway.
    Barbara Thompson
    barbmaci61(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. I have not read any of these books, BUT I do have a few:
    The Newcomer by Suzanne Woods Fisher
    Murder is no Accident by A. H. Gabhart
    Naomi’s Hope by Jan Drexler
    Freedom’s Price by Christine Price

    I have missed out on several:
    A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz
    A Stolen Heart by Amanda Cabot
    When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin
    Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan
    The Return by Suzanne Woods Fisher
    The Christmas Blessing by Melody Carlson
    These Healing Hills by Ann H. Gabhart
    All She Left Behind by Jane Kirkpatrick

    Thank you for the chance to win a copy of one of these books!

    wfnren at aol dot com

  5. So far I’ve only read Moonbow Night! I have a copy of Chasing Secrets coming in the mail, and I can’t wait to read that. These are the others that are on my TBR list:

    Moving Target
    Justice Delayed
    Rescue Me
    A Stolen Heart
    When Tides Turn
    Sandpiper Cove
    Pursued
    What Hope Remembers
    Trusting Grace
    Under a Summer Sky
    Freedom’s Price
    On Love’s Gentle Shore
    Chasing Secrets
    The Christmas Blessing
    These Healing Hills
    Justice Buried
    Dangerous Illusions
    The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck
    Vanishing Point

  6. Hi Ellie,
    I have these ten and a half 🙂 books ~ favorites starred
    * A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz
    The Newcomer; The Return, and I have read half of the 2-in-1 collection An Amish Country Christmas (2nd story: * Christmas at Rose Hill Farm) by Suzanne Woods Fisher
    When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin
    Murder is No Accident; and These Healing Hills (next up to read) by (A.H.) Ann H. Gabhart
    * Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan
    * On Love’s Gentle Shore by Liz Johnson
    The Christmas Blessing by Melody Carlson (on the way to me)
    All She Left Behind by Jane Kirkpatrick (on the way to me)

    I would like to read A Stolen Heart by Amanda Cabot and Naomi’s Hope by Jan Drexler.

    Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House

  7. I haven’t read any of these books yet. I recently received The Return by Suzanne Woods Fisher but haven’t read it yet. I am looking forward to reading A Moonbow Night, Moving Target, Justice Delayed, The Newcomer, Rescue Me, A Stolen Heart, When Tides Turn, Murder is No Accident, Sandpiper Cove, Pursued, What Hope Remembers, Trusting Grace, Naomi’s Hope, Freedom’s Price, A Matter of Trust, Fault Lines, Chasing Secrets, The Christmas Blessing, Those Healing Hills, Justice Buried, All She Left Behind, Dangerous Illusions, Vanishing Point, An Amish Country Christmas. Thanks for this giveaway.

  8. I’ve read “Chasing Secrets” by Lynette Eason (good!) & “Fatal Frost” by Nancy Mehl (also good!) I won a copy of “Over Maya Dead Body” by Sandra Orchard, but haven’t read it yet—so many books, I want to read them all! enough 🙂 Thanks for a nice Giveaway!

  9. I’ve read, and enjoyed, Recruits by Thomas Locke, Redeeming Grace by Jill Eileen Smith, and Pursued by Lisa Harris. I’m reading, and loving, Justice Buried by Patricia Bradley right now. I have/will have and am looking forward to reading All She Left Behind by Jane Kirkpatrick, Renegades by Thomas Locke, and Vanishing Point by Lisa Harris. I desperately want to read Over Maya Dead Body by Sandra Orchard, Justice Delayed by Patricia Bradley, When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin, and Fault Lines by Thomas Locke.

  10. I’ve read Rescue Me, A Matter of Trust, and On Love’s Gentle Shores. Susan May Warren books are always my favorites, though Liz Johnson is an awesome writer as well.

    I’m not a fan of Amish books, but would love to read all the other books that I’ve missed from this list. Lynette Eason is also a personal favorite so need to read her books ASAP.

  11. I’ve only read three of these titles: A Moonbow Night, Murder is no Accident, and On Love’s Gentle Shore. There are quite a few I’d like to read, especially All She Left Behind. I’m a big fan of Jane Kirkpatrick’s books.

  12. I’m looking forward to reading:
    A Moonbow Night
    Moving Target
    Chasing Secrets
    Justice Delayed
    Justice Buried
    Rescue Me
    A Matter of Trust
    Sandpiper Cove
    Dangerous Illusions
    When Tides Turn
    Pursued
    Vanishing Point
    What Hope Remembers
    Trusting Grace
    Over Maya Dead Body
    The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck

    Thanks you! 🙂

  13. Naomi’s Hope and Pursued are the two I have read of these and really enjoyed them both.

    I would love to read:
    -The Christmas Blessing by Melody Carlson
    -The Healing Hills by Ann H. Gabhart
    -The Return and The Newcomer by Suzanna Woods Fisher
    -A Matter of Trust by Susan May Warren
    -Moving Target and Chasinf Secrets by Lynette Eason
    -Vanishing Point by Lisa Harris
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  14. So exciting! I’ve read Pursued and Moonbow Night of the ones listed here. I’m on the launch team for Vanishing Point and am super excited to read it! Would also really like to read Murder is no Accident and there are several others that look really good as well!

  15. I have four of the above – The Newcomer, A Moonbow Night, Rescue Me, and What Hope Remembers. Out of those four, What Hope Remembers by Johnnie Alexander was my favorite. Twelve of the books on this list I would really like to read still. Of those, the ones I want to read the soonest are (in order:)

    The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck – Bethany Turner
    On Love’s Gentle Shore – Liz Johnson
    The Return – Suzanne Woods Fisher
    Freedom’s Price – Christine Johnson
    All She Left Behind – Jane Kirkpatrick

    Thank you!

  16. Love all the comments, do keep them coming…. due to a bug some comments have disappeared the last few days but I’ve upgraded to a new plug in which seems to be working 🙂 So if your comment is missing, please do post it again!

  17. I’ve read Thomas Locke’s Recruits (which I really liked) and Fault Lines (I liked it too). I’d really like to read Murder is No Accident and These Healing HIlls (Gabhart), Sandpiper Cover (Hannon), On Love’s Gentle Shore (Johnson) and All She Left Behind (Kirkpatrick)

  18. WOW! That is an amazing selection of books!! I have read several but so many I have not.

    I have read Purgatory Road, Murder is no Accident, These Healing Hills, The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck, Chasing Secrets and Moving Targets, Also the Return by Suzanne Fisher, Justice Delayed and Pursued!

    Most of the other ones I would love to read.
    Probably my TBR top choices would be Patricia Bradleys, Sandra Orchard, Suzanne Fisher’s Christmas, Lisa Harris’ and Irene Hannon.

  19. I loved Moving Target. I won a copy of Over Maya Dead Body in the summer but haven’t received it yet. I can’t believe I haven’t read more of these! I’d love to win Chasing Secrets, The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck, or pretty much every one of these books!

  20. Looks like lots of good books! I’ve really enjoyed reading the ones by Michael Phillips, Melissa Tagg and Roseanna White this year! I’d enjoy winning a Melissa Tagg book. I don’t own any of hers yet. 🙂

  21. I thought I had commented on this one, but my comment isn’t showing up so I’m just going to comment again to be safe! Most of these books are all on my to read list! The only one I have read so far is Trusting Grace, but I’m really looking forward to reading Dangerous Illusions!

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