E-book Giveaway

giveaway, New Release, Novellas, romantic suspense Comments: 35

How is your new year going? I thought I’d start the year with a giveaway. Interested? Read on, my friend. Read on.

This week I released the 2nd installment in my cyber series. You might be wondering why I hopped into something so different.

  • The shorter length is a fun break from a full length book.
  • I enjoy researching disaster scenarios (I know that’s weird).
  • My interest in the subject came from my research on my Remnant series.
  • I’m a bit of a news junkie, so I’ve kept up with recent cyber attacks.
  • I honestly believe that God’s provision is sufficient–in any scenario.

These novellas are approximately 60 pages in length, and they don’t have to be read in any particular order. Currently they’re available in ebook only (all vendors). Once I’ve completed the series, I’ll release it in a combined/print book.

So let’s give some away! If you’d like a copy of Midnight Strike (book 2) or Fading Into the Night (book 1), comment below with which book you’d like to receive. If you’ve already read it and I draw your name, you can gift it to a friend. I’ll draw 10 winners and contact you in the next week. If you’re on social media and would like to share this giveaway, I’d appreciate it.



Announcements for this week

  • Midnight Strike released on 1-3-20. This is novella #2 in my Cyber Division series, and it’s a brand new 60 page story. I hope you’ll give it a try. You can find it on Amazon or any ebook retailers. 
  • An Unlikely Amish Match, book 5 in my Indiana Amish Brides series will appear in stores beginning Jan. 21st. I’d love to hear if you see it in a store near you. Available for pre-order through Amazon or other retailers.
  • Dead Wrong is still available in print and ebook, and you can purchase autographed copies from my on-line store. Order only the book or pair it with a Texas package and shipping is always free. Check it out here.
  • Have Christmas cash to spend? I have lots of new stuff in my on-line store. Check it our here. The discount code 15%Holiday2019 will be good for a few more weeks–15% off any order.


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35 thoughts on “E-book Giveaway

    1. vannettachapman Post author

      Thanks for stopping by, Kristy. I appreciate your helping me to get this silly thing up and running. Technology trouble. Grrr!

  1. Debbie Earls

    Happy New Year to you, Vanetta! I would like to win “Midnight Strike”. Thank you for this opportunity. I love your books.

  2. Anne Rightler

    Midnight Strike would be my choice. Technology can certainly be frustrating but what a wonderful ‘invention’ for communication. When my daughter lived in England for 3 years, it was such a marvel to be able to talk to her via Skype (at that time) to see our new grandson. Glad your techies could get the glitch fixed.

    1. vannettachapman Post author

      Hi Anne. Yes, skyping is kind of amazing. My 93 year old m-i-l was learning to skype with her granddaughter a few weekends ago. It was such a sweet thing to watch!

  3. Marilyn

    Fading into the Night and Midnight Strike are both realistic and captivating novellas. I enjoyed reading them and looking forward to the next one in the series.

  4. Marilyn

    Well, let’s try again. Fading into the Night and Midnight Strike are both realistic and captivating novellas. I’m looking forward to the next one in the series.

    1. vannettachapman Post author

      Hi Marilyn. Thanks for hanging in there with me, and I’m so glad you enjoyed both of the novellas. I’m looking forward to combining them into one print book. Should be fun. Though I have no idea how we’ll do the cover. lol

  5. Tabitha

    I would love to read book 4 of the Shipshewanna Amish Mystery series. I recently moved from MA to PA, northcentral area. I had journeyed and explored much of southeastern PA, enjoying the peace that washed over me. Admiring much about the Amish way of life. This book series is first that I tumbled into, they became dear friends. I wonder what mystery/puzzle they stumble into next, not necessarily a murder, and how they are and eager to read how the skinner are doing & the piglets.