Novella Blog Tour

What could be better to do on a chilly evening than sit in front of a fire with a good book in your hands? Yes, I know that it’s August and in most places in the US especially it’s probably pretty warm. But, Fall is coming. And with Fall comes falling temperatures. So why not plan ahead for those chilly evenings?

Lucky for you, today, we have just the thing for you. I have written three novellas that are the perfect length for a short read. They’re wholesome, clean, entertaining, romantic, and historical.

Be sure to read to the end of this post to enter an fun giveaway and find out about the free book offer!

I Love Thee

I Love TheeMom and Dad dead STOP Please come STOP Gage

When his sister dies, leaving him with four children ages 8 and under, Cole Baxter gets desperate. He decides he needs a wife. He writes to a mail order bride before realizing he almost threw away the best woman he could have.

Approximately 18,000 words

Pass Me Not

Pass Me Not (2)Let me at Thy throne of mercy/Find a sweet relief/Kneeling there in deep contrition/Help my unbelief

Timothy is at his wit’s end. His twelve year old half-sister has run off five housekeepers in almost a year. Since their parents died, she has grown wilder than ever. What can he do? As he looks for a new housekeeper, his eye catches sight of a mail order bride advertisement. One young lady has a younger sister and sounds like a God-fearing woman. Could this be the answer to his dilemma or will Louise run her off, too?

Approximately 18,000 words


RedeemedMail Order bride seeks wealthy Western man. Write Mona Sommers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Alexander Granger is tired of his father’s lectures and sermons. It’s time for payback. His plan is to pretend to marry a woman and scandalize his father when he finds out they aren’t really married. Will Mona accept his offer? Can Alex get away with his plan?

Approximately 14,000 words.

About the Author

 Faith with Rikki-cropped

Faith Blum is a 24 year old home school graduate who enjoys doing many right-brained activities such as reading, crafting, writing, and playing piano. Her favorite genre to read and write is Historical Fiction, more specifically, Westerns. In the Hymns of the West series, she has endeavored to create clean, fun, and challenging Western stories for the whole family. She currently has three novels and one novella published or available for preorder.

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I am also giving away prizes to two people.

First prize

The first prize winner will receive:

~A paperback of the novel that started the novellas, Amazing Grace (or novel of choice)

~One handpainted bookmark (painted by the author’s sister)

~A silver pen nib bookmark

Second Prize

The second prize winner will receive:

~An ebook copy of Amazing Grace (or ebook of choice)

~Two handpainted bookmarks (painted by the author’s sister)

a Rafflecopter giveaway


I Love Thee Free PromoFrom August 24-28 only, I Love Thee will be free!

Also on sale during the blog tour are A Mighty Fortress which will be$0.99 from August 23-30 and Be Thou My Vision which will be $0.99 from August 30-September 6.

Tour Schedule

Monday, August 24

Tuesday, August 25

Wednesday, August 26-RELEASE DAY!

Thursday, August 27

Friday, August 28

Saturday, August 29

Sunday, August 30

Monday, August 31


13 thoughts on “Introducing…

  1. isisthe12th says:

    Good morning Faith, they all sound good. I think I would enjoy I Love Thee the most. Thank you

  2. joeym11 says:

    I would love to read Amaazing Grace sounds so good, but then again some of your others look good also.

  3. Cryslyn says:

    These novels sound quite intriguing! I think I might like to read them all eventually, but for now ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘I Love Thee’ fascinate me the most. 🙂

  4. Redeemed sounds intriguing, perhaps a bit funny. Besides, I like that hymn. 🙂

    I have a question. Will these novellas eventually be published in a paperback collection?

    • Faith Blum says:

      There are definitely some funny parts in Redeemed. 😀

      That is an excellent question and one I should try to remember to answer in one of my posts this week. Yes, they will. I’m hoping for a Valentine’s Day release of the paperback that will have all three novellas.

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