{giveaway} One More Song to Sing by Lindsay Harrel


We are celebrating my award-winning author friend Lindsay Harrel and her debut novel this month! My copy of One More Song to Sing is on its way, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it!

About the book:  More than two decades ago, Olivia Lovett left her old life behind in the red dirt of Oklahoma and forged a career in Nashville as a country music star. Now her voice is failing, forcing her to find a new dream just as the secrets of her past come knocking at the door. Long-time friend Andrew Grant agrees to partner in a new business venture–but would he stick around if he knew her whole story?

After the tragic loss of her father, twenty-one-year-old Ellie Evans headed to Nashville seeking more than just fame. For two years, she’s waitressed, strummed, and sung her way to what may finally be her big break when Olivia offers to sign her to the budding record label. More than anything, Ellie just wants to be seen: by her future fans, by Nick Perry–a fellow musician with a killer smile and kind eyes–and above all else, by the mother who abandoned her. If the spotlight never shines on her, will Ellie ever feel whole?

One More Song to Sing is a romantic drama about the power of forgiveness, second chances, and a God who never fails to see us.

Giveaway: To win an electronic copy of One More Song to Sing via Amazon, leave a comment below telling us your favorite song — or some of them if it’s too hard to pick!

Winning comment will be chosen via random.org next Friday, December 9.

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  • Congratulations, Lindsay! Looking forward to reading your debut. It sounds so good!

    Ooh, it’s tough to choose a favorite song, but I’d say Fields of Gold (Sting), Blessed Be Your Name (worship song), and for pure nostalgic purposes (prepare for cheesiness), I still love, “Friends are Friends Forever,” from high school. Usually I attach an emotional experience to the song. I also loved Chicago’s songs back in the late 80s. And all sorts of worship songs.

    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  • kelly @kellyblackwell says:

    There are so many songs that I absolutely love one of my favorites is “Where the Streets Have No Name” by U2. Thank you for the chance. 🙂