Fly Through the Gateway to Gannah for Some Serious Sci-Fi Adventure

CBL Hop Welcome to my stop on the Christian Book Lovers Blog Hop!

June 25 through 30, Y’s Words is joining the sites listed below to give away a bunch of good stuff.

Each giveaway is different, depending on the blogger. Y’s Words is giving away free trips to Gannah. Want to enter? All you have to do is leave a comment. Then, on July 1, two names will be drawn from the pool of commenters. The first name drawn will receive his or her choice of Book #1 (The Story in the Stars), Book #2 (Words in the Wind), or a copy of The Gospel in the Stars by Joseph A. Seiss–the book that started it all. The second name drawn will receive all three! So make sure you leave a comment.

And while you’re feeling lucky, hop on over to the blogs listed below to meet other writers and see what else you can win. Don’t wait too long, though, because all these offers expire June 30.

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31 thoughts on “Fly Through the Gateway to Gannah for Some Serious Sci-Fi Adventure

  1. I would like to read Story in the Sky – )Gateway to Gannah series) by Yvonne Anderson, sounds like an interesting read.

  2. Would love to win your books. Thank you for entering me in your giveaway.
    Barbara Thompson

  3. I LOVE to read and am very excited at the prospect of winning one (or more) of your books. I love discovering new authors!

  4. I’m a life-long fan of Sci-fi, and have been disappointed how few Christian books are in this genre. So I’m looking forward to Gannah!

    1. Thank you Linda, and everyone! I’d love to reply personally to every commenter, but please know that you’re each appreciated. Also that you’re each entered in the drawing!

  5. I’ve hesitated to travel to Gannah because of the severe weather and the unpredictable animals, but it’s so hot and muggy and the mosquitoes and ticks are so nasty in the Midwest now that I’m ready to go.

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