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Posted by Teddyrose@1 on July 29, 2017
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Giveaway Winners Galore

Thanks so much to all the authors, publishers, and publicists for all of the awesome giveaways! They are so much fun to host and I know my readers appreciate them!!
Thanks to everyone who entered the following giveaways! Stay tuned for more exciting giveaways in the New Year!

Winners, please reply to the email I sent you today within 48 hours to claim your books. After 2 days you will be disqualified and a new winner will be picked. Rafflecopter picks all winners at random.

Written In the Ashes by K. Hollan Van Zandt

The winners are Margie T., Meredith M., and Pat. M.

Need You Dead (Roy Grace #13) by Peter James

The winner is Carl S.

Mad (Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know Trilogy #1) by Chloe Esposito

The winner is Nadine S.

From Bud To Blow by Brian Connor

The winner is Traci A.

That Crazy Perfect Someday by Michael Mazza

The winner is Meredith M.

Nearness Of You by Dorothy Garlock

The winner is Jennifer T.

Book of Awesome Women: Boundary Breakers, Freedom Fighters, Sheroes & Female Firsts by Becca Anderson

The winner is Rhonda L.

Bring Her Home by David Bell

The winner is Julia H.

When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke

The winner is Anne B.

Colorblind by Leah Harper Bowron

The winner is Renee G.

Belle of Two Arbors by Paul Dimond and Poetry by Martha Buhr Grimes

The winner is Carl S.

Bones Of The Past by Craig Munro

The winner is Meredith M.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Didn’t win?  There are more giveaways coming very soon!

Colorblind by Leah Harper BowronColorblind by Leah Harper Bowron


Colorblind

Thanks to Paxton Kelly of PR by the Book, I am giving away one print copy of Colorblind by Leah Harper Bowron.

Description of Colorblind by Leah Harper Bowron


The time was 1968. The place was Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Sen. Bobby Kennedy had been assassinated. War was raging in Vietnam. And war was raging on the playground of the all-white Wyatt Elementary School.

Schoolyard bullies teased sixth grader Lisa Parker because of the way her nose looked.  Lisa would often develop a stomachache and check out of school to escape the bullies.  Until sixth grade teacher Miss Annie Loomis came to Wyatt. Miss Loomis just happened to be the first African American at Wyatt, and Lisa loved her English class. Now, when the bullies teased Lisa, she would stay in school so that she could be in Miss Loomis’ class.  Yet something terrible happened that would change Lisa and Miss Loomis forever.  

Racism reared its ugly head at Wyatt, and now Lisa was not the only victim of the bullies’ teasing.  Would Miss Loomis endure the bullies’ racist taunts?

About Leah Harper BowronColorblind by Leah Harper Bowron


Leah Harper Bowron is a lawyer and James Joyce scholar from Birmingham, Alabama. Her article “Coming of Age in Alabama: Ex parte Devine Abolishes the Tender Years Presumption” was published in the Alabama Law Review. She recently lectured on Joyce’s novel Ulysses at the University of London and the Universite de Reims. She lives in Texas and has a daughter named Sarah and a cat named Jamie.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leah.bowronAmazon

Buy Colorblind by Leah Harper Bowron


Amazon

Giveaway of Colorblind by Leah Harper Bowron


This giveaway is open to the U.S. only and ends on July 28, 2017 midnight pacific time.  Entries are accepted via Rafflecopter only.

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When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin YokeWhen the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke


When the Future Comes Too Soon

Thanks to Ellen Whitfield of JKS Communications, I am giving away one print copy of When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke.

Description of When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke


In Japanese-occupied Malaya, lives are shattered and a woman discovers her inner strength in a world ravaged by war.

Following the death of their matriarch, the lives of Chye Hoon’s family turned upside down. Now that the British have fled and the Japanese have conquered, their once-benign world changes overnight.

Amid the turmoil, Chye Hoon’s daughter-in-law, Mei Foong, must fend for her family as her husband, Weng Yu, becomes increasingly embittered. Challenged in ways she never could have imagined and forced into hiding, Mei Foong finds a deep reservoir of resilience she did not know she had and soon draws the attentions of another man.

Is Mei Foong’s resolve enough to save herself, her marriage, and her family? Only when peace returns to Malaya will she learn the full price she must pay for survival.

Praise for When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke


“As Malayan society grapples with the changes brought on by war and occupation, Mei Foong barters away pieces of her existence in order to survive, and rebuild and reclaim her life. She must finally contend with the realization that one could only wholly reclaim oneself by acts of self-assertion requiring greater courage than needed merely to survive. When the Future Comes Too Soon by Selina Siak Chin Yoke is an intricately drawn network of human relationships.” —Musharraf Ali Farooqi, author of Man Asian Literary Prize-shortlisted Between Clay and Dust

“Selina Siak Chin Yoke has created an intensely visceral evocation of life in Malaya during World War II, when a young wife and her family confront the harshness of life under the Japanese occupation and the ethnic polarization it causes. Mei Foong is a hauntingly original character, torn between loyalty to her family and the risk of betrayal—a woman who fatefully defies the constricting conventions of her society.” —María Dueñas, author of New York Times bestselling The Time in Between

About Selina Siak Chin YokeWhen the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke


Of Malaysian-Chinese heritage, Selina Siak Chin Yoke grew up listening to family stories and ancient legends. She always knew that one day, she would write. After an eclectic life as a physicist, banker and trader in London, the heavens intervened. In 2009 Chin Yoke was diagnosed with cancer. While recovering, she decided not to delay her dream of writing any longer.

Her first novel, “The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds” (The Malayan Series, #1), was published on November 1, 2016 and made an immediate emotional connection with readers. It debuted as an Amazon bestseller in historical fiction, was named by Goodreads as one of the six best books in the month of its release and has been favorably compared to the work of Pearl S. Buck and Amy Tan. “When the Future Comes Too Soon” is her latest novel.

Giveaway of When the Future Comes Too Soon (Malayan #2) by Selina Siak Chin Yoke


This giveaway is open to the U.S. only and ends on July 28, 2017 midnight pacific time.  Entries are accepted via Rafflecopter only.

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