Giveaway Time: It’s Mad about Madeleine Month!

You GUYS! If you follow me at all, you know I’m a huge admirer of Madeleine L’Engle, both as an author and a person. She’s become a bit of a spiritual guide for me as I pursue my own writing journey. I count 30 books by her on my bookshelf. That’s not obsessive, right…?

I digress. Let’s get to the GIVEAWAYS! Yes, that’s plural. I’m doing a giveaway every week this month in celebration of my love for L’Engle’s writing.

Tomorrow, February 6th, Becoming Madeleine, drops. I’m really looking forward to this biography on Madeleine written by two of her granddaughters, Charlotte Jones Voiklis and Léna Roy. It’s written for a middle grade audience, so right up my alley as a writer of middle grade fiction, but I think it will be a great read for any age.

My copy will be arriving soon, but what about yours? Time for a giveaway! Enter below to win your own copy of Becoming Madeleine.

Tell me what your favorite Madeleine L’Engle book is and why!

The giveaway starts today and will end Sunday, February 11th.

And, stay tuned for more Madeleine themed giveaways this month. Follow me on social media to find out more next week!

Good luck!

**Please note: all entrants must live in the continental U.S. to receive a hard copy or be willing to accept an ebook (Kindle) edition in place of a hard copy if at an international address.**

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6 Responses to Giveaway Time: It’s Mad about Madeleine Month!

  1. Kelly says:

    To be honest I have only read “A Wrinkle in Time” and “A Wind in the Door” but I really enjoyed them both.

  2. Hi Kimberly,
    I love WALKING ON WATER for what it says about the craft of writing for children. And I’m a big fan of WRINKLE IN TIME.
    (Hello from a fellow Vinspire Author!)

  3. Danielle Hammelef says:

    I’ve only read A Wrinkle in Time and I remember it brought me happiness to read, but now the content is just happy memories.

  4. darla says:

    I’ve only read A Wrinkle in Time. It has a special place in my heart because it’s the only sci fi I read as a child. I’ve been meaning to read her journals but never got around to it, and of course I’ve wanted to read a biography as well.

  5. Jane says:

    I enjoyed The Arm of the Starfish but I like The Wrinkle in Time more. I think I should reread them both.

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