Friday, March 27, 2009

If Tomorrow Never Comes Giveaway

If Tomorrow Never Comes

Childhood sweethearts Kinna and Jimmy Henley had simple dreams—marriage, children, a house by the sea… Everything they needed for happily ever after. What they didn’t plan on was years of infertility, stealing those dreams, crushing their hopes.

Now, all that’s left is the memory of young love, and the desperate need for a child to erase the pain. Until…

When Kinna rescues an elderly woman from the sea, the threads of the past, present, and future weave together to reveal the wonder of one final hope. One final chance to follow not their dreams, but God’s plan.

Can they embrace the redemptive power of love before it’s too late? Or will their love be washed away like the castles they once built upon the sand?


I can't wait to read this book after I turn my next book in next Wednesday. Marlo has written it out of her experiences with infertility. One in six families are affected by infertility, but it's another one of those topics that the church struggles to address. When we struggled with secondary infertility, I would have loved having a book to read to give me another perspective and some distance. Margo and I bonded last year at ChiLibris as I attended with my miracle baby, Rebecca, and she was pregnant with her miracle baby.

I have two copies to give away, so leave a comment. If we reach 15 or more comments, I will give both copies away.

22 comments:

Janna said...

I've read one of Marlo's book and would love to read this one!

Stina Rose said...

Oh! I would love to read this! :)

Raine said...

I have a friend who loves this author. I'd like to try her. Please enter me for a chance to win!

lowurtz at gmail dot com

Buckner Family said...

I was on facebook and saw this and thought I would see what it was about. I have just finished some schooling and am excited to work from home to be with my children (well we only have one right now). I finally have time to read books and this author looks like a great start. Thanks for the inside information about this book!

Michelle Pottenger said...

Hi Cara,
Thank you for another alternative. Looking forward to a chance at reading a new author. God Bless you and your family.
Michelle Pottenger
pottenger5374@yahoo.com

rebornbutterfly said...

I would love to read this one!

donna said...

Hey this is rebornbutterfly's mom!
I want to read this (and i don't read fiction very much!)

windycindy said...

I can identify with this couple's struggle in a small way. Please enter my name in your marvelous book giveaway drawing. I appreciate it!
Many thanks.....Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

bigguysmama said...

I'm nearly finished with this book and am really enjoying it. Only a few more chapters. I would've finished last night, but knew I had to wake up early this a.m. so I forced myself to put the book down. :) I'll be doing a review next week also. Hope to be giving it away as well!

Blessings,
Mimi B
Woven by Words

Stonefox (otherwise known as Heidi) said...

Sounds great! Would love to win.

Linda said...

I, too, would love to read this book. I have friends who have been infertile, and it will give me a better idea of what they go through.

desertros5173 at gmail dot com

Thank you for the chance to read this book.

Carole said...

I really enjoy Marlo's writing and would love to win a copy of "If Tomorrow Never Comes." Thank you for the giveaway!

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

ladybug said...

I have several friends who are struggling with this issue. What a timely book. Would love a chance to win.

ldneuhof at hotmail dot com

Cathy Shouse said...

I'd love to be introduced to this author by reading this book.

Thanks for sharing some of the author's background on it.

Cathy underscore shouse at yahoo.com

Jean said...

This sounds like a gripping story. Please put my name in the drawing.

Jean Hall
http://www.jeanmatthewhallwords.blogspot.com

Abi said...

Sounds like a good book. I'd love to read.

Deborah said...

I'm hoping that you will count me in on your giveawy if its not too late. Sounds like a really good read.

Carolynn W. said...

Please enter me, I would love to read this book, thanks!
carolynnwald[at]hotmail[dot]com

Patty said...

I have read a few of Marlo's books and would love to read this one as well.

pleblanc_1[at]charter[dot]net

Anita Yancey said...

Sounds like a very good book. Love to read it. Please enter me.

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

Jolene said...

sounds like a great book. I'm always looking for resources to help others. Please enter me in the drawing
Jolene

squiresj said...

I would love to read this book. It sounds very interesting. God Bless you special today.
jrs362 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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