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November 17, 2014

BECOMING BEA @LeslieJeanGould /Kindle Giveaway and Facebook Party


BECOMING BEA                                  
 The Courtships of Lancaster County
 Book Four 
 Leslie Gould
 Facebook Party  and Kindle Giveaway                           
Becoming Bea
Leslie GouldLeslie Gould is back with the latest book, Becoming Bea, in her Shakespeare-inspired series, The Courtships of Lancaster County. Don't miss the other books in the series, Courting Cate (retelling of The Taming of the Shrew), Adoring Addie (inspired by Romeo and Juliet), and Minding Molly (inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream).

Leslie is celebrating the series with a Kindle giveaway and a Facebook party on November 11th.

One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A Kindle Fire
  • One copy each of the entire The Courtships of Lancaster County series: Courting CateAdoring Addie, Minding Molly, and Becoming Bea.
Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on 11/11. Winner will be announced at Leslie's 11/11 Becoming Bea Facebook author chat party. RSVP for a chance to connect with Leslie and Amish fiction fans, as well as for a chance to win some great prizes!


RSVP today and spread the word—tell your friends about the giveaway via FACEBOOK, TWITTER or PINTEREST and increase your chances of winning. Hope to see you on the 11th!



Fans of #Amish fiction: Don't miss @LeslieJeanGould's new book and Kindle #giveaway! Enter to win here:

Shakespeare meets #Amish! @LeslieJeanGould's new book is available now, and I'm reading it: #amreading

 I have read other books by Leslie Gould.  The stories are so very enjoyable.Ms. Gould never fails to do her research.  Her stories always have the truth about the Amish life and customs in them.  She doesn't over dramatize or over romanticize them.  Amish people are not any different than Englisch people.  We are all human with faults and uncertainties.  Bea was a character that could be identified by her struggles.  She has an over bearing sister and a mother, although she clearly loves her is passive.   In a way Bea seems spoiled.  In the Amish world, young women are taught at a young age about how to take care of birthing, infants and small children.  But Bea didn't seem to have any experience in any of it.  The author made Bea's development in her maturity and her experiences a delight to read about.  She grew to love the family she was working for. You learn of Bea and Ben's relationship and how they conquered their problems.  Was it their faith in God?   I hope you pick up a copy and read it.  What a joyous story of how faith can change a life.

I was given a complimentary copy of BECOMING BEA from the author, Leslie Jean Gould and Litfuse Publishing Group for my view of the book.  No other compensation took place.

I would give this book 5 STARS.



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