Three Historical Fiction Authors…Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #5

Three-book giveaway! Q&A #5: Favorite novel published at least 10 years ago - answers from Kristy Cambron, Jocelyn Green, and Sarah SundinLast week, three historical novels released, spanning the centuries. Jocelyn Green’s A Refuge Assured starts in the French Revolution, Kristy Cambron’s The Lost Castle is a “time-slip” novel with story lines during the French Revolution, in France leading up to D-day in World War II, and in modern times. And my The Sea Before Us leads up to D-day!

As release-day sisters, we decided to celebrate together! Six Q&As by the three of us, and we’re giving away three bundles of all three books! You can enter here on my blog, on Jocelyn’s blog, and/or on Kristy’s Instagram! Up to three chances to win! Visit my blog each day from Feb. 12-16 – for additional chances to win!

Q: What is your favorite novel published at least ten years ago?


Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë


A Voice in the Wind  by Francine Rivers


Persuasion by Jane Austen

For your chance to win a bundle of all three books, please enter the Rafflecopter below. US addresses only please. Giveaway ends Feb. 18, 2018 at midnight. Winners will be announced here on Mon. Feb. 19.

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14 Responses to “Three Historical Fiction Authors…Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #5”

  1. Kathryn Voss

    Favorite older novel…. I love Lori Wick’s first few series, especially the Kensington Chronicles!

  2. Betti

    The novels by Brock and Bodie Thoene about Israel and the war, etc.

  3. Pam K.

    My favorite older novel is Christy by Catherine Marshall.

  4. Paula S

    I’m going with the Zion Chronicles by Brock and Bodie Thoene

  5. Erin

    My favorite from 10 or more years ago would have to be “Eli” by Bill Myers. It asks the question – what would it look like if Jesus was born in modern times rather than 2000 years ago? – We’re so far removed from shepherds, wise men, stables, fishermen, tax collectors, etc., that it’s easy to miss those things. Mr. Myers took the story and indicated who might have filled those roles. Brought the Bible story of the life of Christ more alive to me!

  6. Naomi Musch

    That’s a tough one! Oh…so many. I would probably have to go with the Thoene’s Zion Covenant/Chronicles. They had a huge affect on me.

  7. Mary Lynch

    My favorite book from over 10 years ago is Love Comes Softly by Janette Oke. What a precious book and it started me reading Christian fiction and I have never stopped.

  8. Laura W.

    So many favorites, but I love Little Women! I haven’t read A Voice in the Wind, I’ll have to look into that one.

  9. Tisha Martin

    Jane Austen has paved the way for so many authors, including the lesser-known but powerfully engaging British author, Elizabeth Gaskell.

  10. Tami le Roux

    Sooooo many!! Christy, Anne of Green Gables, the Zion Chronicles/ Covenant….