Thursday, May 10, 2012

LDS Author Hop

It's been one year this month since Daughter of Helaman was published. It has been a crazy year of learning, meeting new people, and living outside my comfort zone. Publishing a book is a huge milestone for a writer, and I have been so inexpressilby blessed to be able to do what I love.

To celebrate Daughter's birthday, I am excited to share with you Stripling Warrior (Daughter of Helaman #2). Click the cover to read for FREE on Wattpad.

I am also giving away three copies of Daughter of Helaman, Kindle or paperback, your preference. To enter to win, simply follow this blog on GFC (on the sidebar) and leave your email in the comments with the answer to the following question. Make sure to click below to complete your entry.

What is your favorite Book of Mormon story?
Or if you prefer,
What is your favorite Bible story?

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32 comments:

Little Star said...

I have a lot of favorites-
The "Let The Children Come Unto Me"
The story of Mary Magdelene - let he who is without sin cast the first stone... I think these are my favorites.

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Rebecca H. Jamison said...

I have so many favorites, but this week I like Abinadi, especially the part where he comes in disguise. I always get this image of Abinadi wearing a Pink Panther disguise. You know the fake nose and eyebrows. He's an awesome scripture hero.

Gayle said...

I also have many favorites, but since I just listened to the audiobook of "Alma the Younger" (by Heather Moore), I'm going to pick that story because it's been on my mind a lot!

Inky said...

I honestly don't know. There are so many amazing ones! I've always loved the war chapters about Captain Moroni and the Stripling Warriors though! Pretty awesome stuff there!

Rosenbalm Photography said...

My favorite B of M story would have to be about the love Alma had for his son. So much so that he prayed continually for his return to the truth and showed so much love after Alma the younger returned.

Sayomay said...

I havent read the bible. :(

Tamera Westhoff said...

My email is ilovemeinekinder@yahoo.com and my favorite Book of Mormon story is Jesus blessing the children and the Army of Helaman.

Heather Feather said...

Anti Nephi Lehis!
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Lexie@BookBug said...

Thanks for being part of this special hop! (I'm not entering, I already own the book and it is great!) It's so fun to see LDS authors/bloggers connecting through the hop. Check out my giveaway at http://thebookbug-hogan.blogspot.com/2012/05/lds-author-giveaway-hop-5-prizes.html

RandomlyKait said...

There are so many great stories, I can't pick just one!

Grigory said...

Thanks for doing this giveaway! :) My favorite Bible story is the tale of David and Goliath.

If I win, my email is grigory99 at yahoo dot com

*crosses fingers* ;)

rhonda1111 said...
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rhonda1111 said...

2000 stripling warrior
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Thalia Anderson said...

I feel like a lot of people have said this, but the stripling warriors are my favorites. I mean, they're so inspiring and patriotic and awesome--to have so much faith is truly amazing. (:

Aimee said...

I love when Jesus Christ visits the America's and blesses the children.

Kris said...

I love the letter exchange between Helaman and Pahoran in Alma 60 & 61. Odd, but it's my favorite.

Shauna Buck said...

The story of Ruth. Gives so much hope when you're so down!

Amy S. said...

My favorite Bible story is that of Mary and Martha and Lazarus. I just love the New Testament's 4 Gospels.
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Stephanie said...

My favorite Bible story is Esther

Çråz¥ K¥ said...

i haven't read the bible.

SiNn said...

the story of ester is my favv

Books Are Sanity!!! said...

There are so many good choices. I have to come back to Nephi and the courage it took him in multiple situations to do what he was asked. He was such a great example of obedience and faith. Thank you for the giveaway.

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brendajean said...

I love when Alma the younger turns his life around and leaves to teach the Gospel:)

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Lolawid said...

I love the story of Ammon and King Lamoni!

The Special K's(0: said...

Wow, I don't think I could pick. The Book of Mormon is so incredible, and the stories are so exciting!

Christine Jensen said...

A tie between The Stripling Warriors and the testament it is to the power of strong, faithful mothers to influence the lives of their children and the story of Christ Appearing to the Nephites.

Sheila said...

I love the sermons of King Benjamen and the story of Captain Moroni. In the Bible, I love the story of Ruth and Queen Esther.

Ang Campbell said...

I really love the story of Nephi and the bow. I especially love how Nephi still goes to Lehi for direction, even though Lehi and reached the point of murmuring. I think the story is just full of many really powerful lessons.

Ang
http://angcampbell.blogspot.com/
wabbtmc at gmail dot com

Clover Autrey said...

I really like when the younger Alma gives up his office as chief judge to go lay down the law to the saints. Even fights some battles with the Amilicite king and then the Lamanite king. He's about as tough as C. Moroni--another favorite.

Just stopping in to check out other LDS writer's sites, but now I'm going to have to check out your books. What's not to love about tough BOM chicks?

Anonymous said...

I don't know the Bible.
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Anonymous said...

Like on GFC with Kathy Ross.
Link to share:https://www.facebook.com/kathy.ross.3979/posts/369871116406428
Prefer Paperback edition if I win.
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Tiff Pull said...

Samson and Delia.

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