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Whereafter Blog Tour & Giveaway April 1-29 @_TerriBruce

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Whereafter Tour Giveaway

2 $25 Amazon Gift Cards

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My interview with Whereafter author Terri Bruce was published on the blog on April 4. Please click here to read it, and please leave a comment for the author and/or me, even if you don’t want to enter the giveaway!

Visit the other tour stops to read excerpts from the book and cheer Terri on. She’s a fun author to get to know!

April 1 Interview
Deal Sharing Aunt

April 4 Interview
Bay State Reader’s Advisory

April 4 Spotlight
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, and Sissy, Too!

April 5 Guest blog
Jester Harley’s Manuscript Page (Anne E. Johnson)

April 5 Spotlight
Marianne Willis Author

April 6 Guest blog
Rayna Noire

April 6 Interview and Review

April 7 Spotlight
Share My Destiny

April 7 Character Interview

April 8 Guest Post
Mythical Books

April 8 Spotlight
Maari Loves Her Indies

April 11 Spotlight
Highlighted Author

April 11 Review
Bay State Reader’s Advisory

April 12 Interview
Blow Pop Books

April 13 Guest blog
Butterfly-o-Meter Books

April 14 Spotlight
Jody’s Book Reviews

April 15 Spotlight
Books N Pearls

April 18 Interview
Echo Fox Books

April 19 Spotlight
Queen of All She Reads

April 20 Spotlight
Author Lisa Medley

April 21 Spotlight
Zenny’s Awesome Book Reviews

April 22 Guest blog
Fang-tastic Books

April 25 Spotlight
Sapphyria’s Book Reviews

April 26 Interview
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

April 27 Spotlight
Lisa’s World of Books

April 28 Interview
The Books Chatter

April 29 Spotlight
Ramblings of a Book Nerd

April 29 Interview
Roxanne’s Realm

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Giveaway Winner of The Orphans of Race Point by Patry Francis

cover imageThe Bloggiversary Giveaway has ended and the lucky winner is Laura P. Thank you for all of the entries!

If you didn’t win, you’ll need to find some other way to get your hands on this novel The Orphans of Race Point by Patry Francis. (I’m talking to you, Care!)

I was lucky enough to read The Orphans of Race Point early when I got an advance copy to review for Library Journal, and have been evangelizing for ever since.

“a Dickensian story….Its themes of passionate treachery and abiding love play out in sometimes heartbreaking ways. Recommend to readers wondering what to read after The Goldfinch.” — Library Journal (starred review)

Patry Francis is also the author of an earlier novel, The Liar’s Diary, which is a little hard to find now, but well worth searching out. She lives in Massachusetts and I recently saw her again at the Speed Dating with Mass. Authors event at a library conference. We had lunch together afterwards! I’ve been a fan of hers since The Liar’s Diary came out (2007) and can’t wait for her next book, which she’s working on now.

Six-Year Bloggiversary and Giveaway

cover imageAs of June 3rd, I’ve been blogging about books for six whole years! To celebrate, let’s have a giveaway! One lucky winner will receive his/her very own, brand-new copy of one of my absolutely favorite books ever…The Orphans of Race Point by Patry Francis.

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know this is one of my favorite books of all-time. I read The Orphans of Race Point shortly after reading The Goldfinch, which I also loved, and they struck the same emotional chord with me, although they’re very different novels. If you want to, you can read my review here.

This giveaway is open to all. A winner will be chosen by random drawing on Sunday, June 21, the first day of summer here in the U.S. Summer or not, this is a novel to dive into on vacation because you’re not going to want to put it down.

I’d love to hear from you in the comments what OTHER books you’re planning to read in the upcoming months!

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Now We Are Six

When I was one,
I had just begun.
When I was two,
I was nearly new.
When I was three,
I was hardly me.
When I was four,
I was not much more.
When I was five,
I was just alive.
But now I am six,
I’m as clever as clever.
So I think I’ll be six
now and forever.

Author: A.A. Milne