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Embers in the London Sky Release Day Giveaway!

To celebrate the release of Embers in the London Sky, I’m giving away a prize pack of items related to the story!

  • English teas in tins shaped like Big Ben, a British phonebooth, and a double-decker bus
  • Dutch Stroopwafel cookies in honor of my Dutch heroine, Aleida van der Zee Martens
  • The Secret Garden Devotional by Rachel Dodge, since The Secret Garden inspired the hero of my story, Hugh Collingwood

The giveaway is open February 6-11, 2024. US mailing addresses only, please. The winner will be announced here on my blog on February 13, 2024, and will be notified by email.

Come join me on Facebook Live Video on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, at 11 am PST/2 pm EST where I’ll describe the items and their significance to the story! The video will be available for viewing afterward as well.

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14 responses to “Embers in the London Sky Release Day Giveaway!”

  1. Susan Newcomb says:

    I got my preordered copy yesterday! Started last evening, it is very interesting. I can see the scenes, Sarah’s writing is so well done, like a movie. I’m trying to read slow to take it all in!!

  2. Susie Wilson says:

    My pre-ordered copy should be here soon, I’m beyond excited! I love your books! Thank you for the giveaway chance, such lovely prizes! My mom was from Liverpool, it was wonderful to visit there, and my husband and I were stationed at RAF Wethersfield. I love reading stories set in England, especially during the war.

  3. Barbara Diggs says:

    I must say this is a delightful giveaway celebrating the release of Embers in the Sky. It was quite interesting hearing the backstory on the items as well. Seeing the tins etc., brought a plethora of memories back to me. In 2009, my husband and I went to London to celebrate our 20th anniversary. One of the main purposes of our trip was to buy tea! I told my husband we would only take one rolling backpack each, so travel would be easier and to trust me on it. (this was a surprise trip for him.) Well, we bought so much tea, we had to leave most of our clothes. LOL
    Then I must admit I got teary-eyed when you showed The Secret Garden devotional book. I loved that story as a child (and even now.) I didn’t remember that Colin suffered from asthma. I now have a severe type of adult onset asthma and it’s brutal. It was kind of a ah ha moment for me. Your joyous video sparked so many memories and emotions, I’m presently a bit gobsmacked. Probably should go make a cuppa and just bask in the memories for a while. Congratulations on your release day. I’m delighted for you and for us, because we get to read it!

    • Sarah Sundin says:

      Hi Barbara! I’m not sure what Colin’s ailment was, but he was an invalid – and my Hugh was treated as an invalid too. And I’m so glad the video prompted so many happy memories! Go have some tea and enjoy.

  4. Rosa says:

    Really looking forward to reading 📚 this novel 😀

  5. Pam Foy says:

    What a fun giveaway. I love all things tea and have enjoyed the first 2 novels in this series. And I’ve read all your other books too! You are quite the wordsmith! Congrats on your new release.

  6. Carrie Turansky says:

    I listened to the sample, and the narrator sounds wonderful! I’ll be listening very soon!

  7. Wendy Wirth says:

    This novel sounds wonderful!we

  8. Jeanette Durkin says:

    Thanks for offering this great prize! I read an early copy of the book and I loved it!

  9. Amber Cummings says:

    Awesome giveaway! I am looking forward to reading this. Thank you for the chance!

  10. Debbie Lester says:

    I just received my (goes in our church library) copy and can’t wait to read it! The cover is beautiful ❤️

  11. Cindy says:

    I read an ARC and absolutely loved this story!

  12. Sheri Norris says:

    I have y copy 🥰. I’m waiting to read it while my husband attends a chaplain conference.

  13. Cathy Hansen says:

    Love your books Sarah. Those cookies are so good with a cup of tea. Thanks.

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“Another masterful installment in Sundin’s roster of WWII novels.”
—Booklist starred review for Embers in the London Sky

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