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The Preacher's Bride Book Giveaway: Trivia Question #1

What is the setting and the time period of The Preacher's Bride?

A. An Amish community in modern day America.

B. Among the Puritans of the 1600's in England, during a time of great unrest and conflict.

C. In the southern states during the Civil War in America.


Leave your answer (just an A,B, or C is fine) in a comment along with your email address. Everyone with the correct answer will be entered into this week's drawing for a free copy of The Preacher's Bride. (Hint: The answer is somewhere on my website!)

Deadline: Thursday evening Sept. 9, 2010 at 10:00 pm EDT. I'll announce the winner on Friday morning. If you tweet this post or put a link on facebook, let me know in a comment, and you'll qualify for an extra entry.

The Winner: This week's winner is Lisa Golden!  Thanks to EVERYONE for playing along!! I had a lot of fun doing this! Come back next Monday for another trivia question and another chance to win.

*For the drawing, I printed out the list of comments, chopped them into slips (and made sure to give those who tweeted or posted to facebook an extra slip!). Then my husband drew out the winning slip!

47 comments:

  1. I think it's B.

    wmussell(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. It's definitely B

    Emreilly303@gmail.com

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  3. My vote: B - 1600s England

    iggingabi@gmail.com

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  4. B :)

    sonshinemusic(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. Yeah, B has to be the right answer.

    Dreilly316@gmail.com

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  6. My answer is B.

    meeshanj at hotmail dot com

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  7. B!

    Jreilly316@verizon.net

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  8. It's B.

    lubell1106(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. B!

    jennycohen104(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Definitely B.
    Rachel
    rachel.latham@comcast.net

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  11. I'm going to trust your readers and say B.

    laurapauling@yahoo.com

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  12. I'll be getting a copy of this book one way or another, some time or other, Jody. (And I suspect postage to Australia puts me out of the competition.) :)

    None-the-less, I too say the answer is B.

    I'll tweet your comp to get the message out there. Love your pic with the book, btw - and the cover design is gorgeous!

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  13. This books looks so good! I would LOVE to win a copy!

    The answer is B.

    stc1125(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Thanks!

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  14. I think it's B
    karen@followingthewhispers.com
    Thanks, Jody
    Karen

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  16. B!

    Just tweeted this page too :)
    @demerybadersaye

    email: www [dot] writeawayeveryday [dot] gmail [dot] com

    by the way, thank you for your encouraging comment on my blog the other day after i got my first partial rejection! very kind of you.

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  17. "b" I read a few days ago on your website about your new book. Great cover - sounds like a great read!

    Thanks,
    Sheri

    hspruitt [at] juno [dot] com

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  18. B. :-) Thanks for the contest. Joan

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  19. B - definitely B. Can't wait to read it!!!
    Patti

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  20. The answer is B 1650's England.

    I can't wait to read The Preacher's Bride. Less than a month now!

    jessica_stratford[at]ymail[dot]com

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  21. My answer is B. AND, I am getting SO EXCITED to read your book!

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  22. B ...I can't wait for The Preacher's Bride to come out. Looking forward to reading it!

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  23. The answer is B. Cannot wait to read The Preacher's Bride. I'd love to be one of your first reviewers. Will look you up on Goodreads. I'm tweeting this now!
    (find me on Twitter - HWeissauthor)
    www.hollyweiss.com

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  24. Hi Everyone!!! I won't tell you the right answer, but let me just say, you're all VERY smart!! You're doing great!

    Also, remember to leave your EMAIL! That way if you win, I can contact you! And also leave another comment if you tweet or post a link on FB.

    Thanks, everyone!! This is so much fun! :-)

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  25. 1600s England, for sure. So it's gotta be B. :)

    caroljgarvin (at) gmail (dot) com

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  26. Survey says? Answer B! :)

    I also retweeted ya: @brockhenning

    brockhenning@gmail(dot)com

    Thanks for hosting the contest!

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  27. It's definitely B. I remember you talking about it before. :-)

    apeekatkarensworld@gmail.com

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  28. Just added this to my FB page, too. :)

    caroljgarvin (at) gmail (dot) com

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  29. It is B
    klnor(dot)gen(at)juno(dot)com

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  30. Oh! Glad I didn't miss this! The correct answer is B.

    LCS477(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. I vote for "B" :-)

    ~ Betsy
    sevenforheaven(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  32. B. Looking forward to reading it!
    sue@sueharrison.com

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  33. B! B! B!

    Pick me:)

    tamika(dot)eason(at)yahoo(dot)com
    Thanks Jody!

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  34. B!

    I sooo want to win this book.

    I tweeted too.
    http://twitter.com/iamalivephotos/status/23929173061

    amie_photos at hotmail dot com

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  35. B, definitely.

    jeanettelevellie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  37. Forgot my email ...

    B!

    =)

    junetempletonmail@gmail.com

    Good luck to everyone!

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  38. Forgot my email ...

    B!

    =)

    junetempletonmail@gmail.com

    Good luck to everyone!

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  39. It's B. Of course. And if I don't win this, I'll still be making the purchase. *waves at Jody*

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  40. Oops, forgot my email And I facebooked about it. :)

    robyn(at)robyncampbell(dot)com

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  41. B!

    ladyglamis (at) gmail (dot) com

    If I don't win I'm buying this anyway. NO WAY I'd miss it!

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  42. B. i'd love to read it!!

    amber (afren07@gmail.com)

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