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Month: April 2013

13 Ideas For Favorite Author Book Promotion–And Giveaway!

13 Ideas For Favorite Author Book Promotion–And Giveaway!

3 Free Books this week!  This is a guest post today, but these suggestions are applicable for any reader wanting to help a favorite author’s book become a success. Is there anything here you can do to help someone you enjoy reading? If books don’t sell well, publishers stop offering contracts, and the difference often depends on word of mouth and excitement created by readers. Contest rules at the bottom–3 FREE Books! Blowing on Dandelions by Miralee Ferrell, releasing June…

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Kathleen Fuller–Read the Entire First Chapter of Her New Amish Novel

Kathleen Fuller–Read the Entire First Chapter of Her New Amish Novel

                Today I’m featuring Kathleen Fuller–Author Extraordinaire of Christian Fiction and a Personal Friend Bio: Kathleen Fuller is the author of over twenty-five novels. Her latest book, Letters to Katie, is the third book in the Middlefield Family series, and releases May 7, 2013. Kathleen lives in Geneva, OH with her husband and three children. For more information about her books, visit www.kathleenfuller.com To download the first three chapters of Letters to Katie, click  here….

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A Granddaughter is Coming!!

A Granddaughter is Coming!!

I’ll admit to being just a little bit excited….ok, who am I kidding….a whole lot excited! Like, over the moon excited! What’s happening that would have me in such a state, you ask? Can you get a hint from the color of ink I chose?Tomorrow night by this time our family should be welcoming a new granddaughter into the world. Kate Isabelle Ferrell is due to arrive tomorrow as they’ve decided to induce delivery. Our son and his lovely wife live…

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Win a Historical Novel by Mary Connealy

Win a Historical Novel by Mary Connealy

Swept Away by Mary Connealy–This One is a Keeper! This is my first book by Mary Connealy. Let me preface by saying I wasn’t sure if it would be something I’d enjoy. I’d heard reviewers in the past say Mary’s style is romantic comedy and that doesn’t fit with what I typically enjoy. I was wrong. The characters were wonderfully drawn and strong, and the story was interesting, not silly, with touches of humor that I could thoroughly relate to…

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