Tuesday, February 24, 2015

a Thank You giveaway


I heard through "unofficial" but reliable channels today that "As You Are" and "For Elise" were their publisher's top sellers in 2014. AND "Hope Springs" was its publisher's top seller last year as well.
Wow, guys! Thank you all so, so much for continuing to support me and my books. I really am touched and moved and humbled by your continued willingness to take this journey with me.

I wish I had something bigger to offer you, but I am going to do a "You Guys are the Best" giveaway here (and on my facebook page) as my insufficient way of giving back.



What: I'll give away a copy of the winner's choice of any one of my books.
When: Now through tomorrow (2/25/15) at noon MST.
How to enter: Leave a comment here and/or on the corresponding post on my website answering the question: ***Which Sarah M Eden character do you most relate to?*** [winner will be chosen at random from amongst all commenters in both locations] International entries accepted!

Thanks again, everyone!

44 comments:

yatesfamily said...

Congratulations! That is cause to celebrate! I'd have to say either Marion or Sorrel. I'm a little sassy, stubborn, and happy in love:)

Laura Waltz said...

I really like Katie in the Longing for Home series. There is just something about her determination and work ethic that I relate to. She seems like a kindred spirit type of person (like Anne of Green Gables), and I am excited for the next book to come out to read more of her journey!

Debbie said...

I think I'm most like Persephone.

GirlforChrist said...

Congratulations! I probably relate most to Sorrel--I guess verbal bantering and glares are my go-to actions in conversation! ;)

Stephanie Siems said...

I would say Persephone, because sometimes I feel unsure of myself, but I still fight for what I want.

Yoxani said...

Definitely Sorrel is my first choice.

charchenko_1 said...

Congrats! I love all your characters, but I think I am the most like sorrel. Determined and feisty!

Debbi said...

Katie, I love we good qualities and how hard she works. Congratulations on all the success! Keep writing, I love all your books!

anoushish said...

Probably Persephone

Rachael said...

I would have to say Persephone.

Megan Hodgman said...

Congratulations! Probably Miss Lancaster and Sorrel! I love what they learn by the end of the books!

Winona said...

Katie Macauley...I think I have some of her 'never give up' determination!

Stacie said...

I most relate to Persephone.

Liz said...

I would have to say Katie. I have a hard time deciding between two "good" things. I also try to see the best in people, even when it is really, really difficult. I can also be quite stubborn when I feel I'm right. Ha Ha

Lizzie Justice said...

I most resonate with Marianne. I love her sense of hope despite all she has lost. I try daily to have her attitude on life.

Lizzie Justice said...

I meant Marion, silly auto correct on my phone!

Michelle J. said...

I can't think of her name, but the Jonquil mother! I love how much she loves her boys, and gently guides them to find happiness.

Armstrongs said...

Congratulations! So far, I guess I have the most in common with Sorrel. She's got spirit but uses that to cover up vulnerabilities.

Amber Bryce said...

I think I relate most to Biddy O'Connor.

Lindsey Olmstead said...

I think I would have to say that I relate to Persephone the most.

Andrea :) said...

Congrats! I think I most relate to Persephone. She has a quiet strength that is awesome!

theymaybelight said...

It's hard to choose one! I love Crispen and I love Devereaux a lot, and the whole Jonquil family. I'm probably the most like Crispen (I always did get along with boys better than girls).

Jokilyn said...

Persephone. I'm secretly shy and intimidated, but I know when to stand up for myself. I'm also generally an optimist.

Laura said...

I think I am most like Athena.

Allerednic said...

I think I'll go for Athena :) maybe a little of Corbin, too :)

Heather said...

Sorrel, I think. :)

Abby said...

Sorrel, for sure.

Chey L. said...

Marion! Definitely. I loooove Drops of Gold

Corinne McClelland said...

I definitely relate to Athena. I have always had that dream of meeting Mr. Right at a ball, our eyes meet, etc. I even look like Athena does, and we have similar personalities! We are kind of twins :)

Stephanie said...

I would say Katie from the Longing for Home series because I don't want people to pity me or try to solve everything for me and I try to see the good in every person and situation.

Donna said...

I think Marion. I love another man's children as my own. And, my husband is all I could have dreamed of meeting.

Carol said...

I relate to Sorrel, because I, too, have pain and an imperfect gait. I am most like Catherine, I think. But I really admire Marion for her optimism through challenges, and Persephone for seeing and bringing out the good in Adam.

Jensen Argyle said...

Sorrel

emily michelle said...

I relate to Corbin: we're both bad at talking to people of the opposite gender. :)

Ana said...

I would have to say I relate to Adam the most. He shows the world that he's not to be trifled with. It's how he hides his pain and shyness. Everyone has hidden wounds and I'm no exception. I may not hid it by being imposing but I do hid my real self for the world. Only those who really care get to see the real me.

Rachel said...

I think inwardly I'm Sorrel but outwardly Persephone. I tend to be shy but have some pretty pointed thoughts about things.

Jamie said...

Catherine because we're both so thoughtful and quiet about certain things. Plus, I freaking love Crispin!

WASHINGTON PUCKETTS: said...

I am a newbie to Sara M Eden books (only read four so far), but I have to say Persephone. Her unrealistic expectations about marriage matched my own and I had to learn to see the beauty and love that was there even tho it was different than expected or dreamed of. Rough beginning but oh-so-worth-it now!

WASHINGTON PUCKETTS: said...

I am a newbie to Sara M Eden books (only read four so far), but I have to say Persephone. Her unrealistic expectations about marriage matched my own and I had to learn to see the beauty and love that was there even tho it was different than expected or dreamed of. Rough beginning but oh-so-worth-it now!

Kristin said...

Marion. No matter how dismal her situation is, she makes the most of it and goes to work. She always has a positive attitude and owes that to her family. I work hard through my problems, making jokes along the way; I learned that from my dad. Both of us have been rewarded with good, happy lives as different as the time we live and our situations in life may be.

Kellie said...

Congratulations! You're amazing:) I would say I am like Athena.

Dani Robison said...

I think I relate most to Sorrel. I can be quite cantankerous. ;)

Pam Crets said...

I've only just started reading your books, and I've thoroughly enjoyed what I've read so far. I love your humor! AS YOU ARE, SEEKING PERSEPHONE,COURTING MISS LANCASTER and AN UNLIKELY MATCH. Out of the four that I've read, I can't really say that I relate to any of them, but I was surprisingly moved by Gwens character. I wasn't sure how a romance between a living man and a ghost could work, but it did. So, I guess I'll have to say Gwen even though I am most definitely not a ghost. :) LOVE your books!!

Jeanette said...

Congratulations on your much deserved success! I think I relate to Crispen the most because he always tries to do the right thing, but somehow manages to mess everything up. Sounds like me. :)

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