Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Giveaway: Perished by R. Frederick Riddle

Entry Period Begins:  July 6, 2011
Entry Period Ends:    July 13, 2011

Head to the Giveaways Page on Manifest Blog for your chance to win a copy of R. Frederick Riddle's new book: Perished signed by the author.  Read my recent review of the book here.


When God creates the heavens, and earth, the archangel Lucifer refuses to believe and, with the creation of man, he rebels. Adam and Woman (Eve) enjoy sweet fellowship with God, but Satan makes war against God. Using Serpent, he tricks Woman into eating the forbidden fruit, which Adam knowingly eats; thus bringing sin unto all mankind. In holy anger He drives them out of Eden, while at the same time extending His grace and promising a Redeemer.

Adam and Eve start a family, but tragedy strikes as Cain slays Abel and God drives him from their home. He goes to land of Nod and starts a new civilization, thus beginning a struggle between good and evil. While conflicts grow, faith in God also grows and is demonstrated in the lives of Adam, Methuselah, Noah, and others. As society makes marvelous advances immorality rises, bringing upon them the judgment of God.
Product Details:

List Price: $29.95
Paperback: 344 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica (December 17, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1456036823
ISBN-13: 978-1456036829


1. Become a follower of Manifest Blog if you're not already.

2.  Enter you name and email in the linky on the Giveaways page.

3. Throw in your blog address if you want, and I'll follow you back.

4. Finally, stay tuned for the announcement of the winner July 14.


Giveaway item: 1 autographed copy of R. Frederick Riddle's new book: Perished.   Only one recipient will be drawn at random from all available entries.  Obviously no purchase is needed to enter; just fill out the linky and cross your fingers.  Only U.S. residents please, only because of the price of shipping, not because I don't love my international readers. Finally, remember "Man casts the lot in his lap, but God determines the outcome" (Proverbs 16:33).

1 comment:

Cherie Hill said...

Thank you for stopping by Journal of Faith Stephen! Wow you have a remarkable story! Praise God for saving your life and using it for His greater purposes! Praying He does more in your life than you can hope for or imagine!


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