I’m going everywhere to announce the release of my new novel, Ride to the Altar—and everywhere I go, I’m offering readers an opportunity to enter the drawing for a super-cool grand prize!
Included in the prize basket are a signed print version of the series, a 16-ounce Christian cowboy mug, a horseshoe picture frame, a Ph. 4:13 stretch bracelet, a cute set of magnetic page markers, and, just for fun, a Texas Rubiks cube.
Multiple Chances to Win! Each day for the next three weeks, I’ll announce my next location here on my blog. To enter the drawing, go to each site and leave a comment specific to something you read in the post. Every time you leave a comment, your name goes “in the hat”!
Winner Announcement will be August 6 here on 777 Peppermint Place.
Ready to join the tour? First stop is with the crew of Inspired Prompt. Here’s an excerpt from the post, called “Summer Lessons Learned the Hard Way”:
Back when my hometown of Bryan, Texas, was a thriving metropolis of thirty thousand or so, back when I was in my early teens, my family would drive all the way to Collins, Georgia, population fiftyish, including pets and cattle, to visit with my dad’s side of the family.
These were the years when I had become aware of the things around me, conscious of life beyond the desire to sleep, eat, and play. So I was aware, for instance, that Bryan had several grocery stores to choose from, and Collins citizens—well, they had to go to a nearby town, smaller than Bryan and not near as pretty, but it was where folks bought their groceries. It was the same town they ran to when they wanted something to do, like sit at the malt shop and watch the only traffic light for miles blink. Hot town Saturday night.
Find out what happens! Click the Link to Inspired Prompts and be sure to leave a comment!
Next is an interview with Lena Nelson Dooley. She asked some great questions. Here are a few:
- Has your writing changed your reading habits? If so, how?
- If you could spend an evening with one historical person, who would it be and why?
- What is the one thing you wish you had known before you started writing novels?
- What new lessons is the Lord teaching you right now?
Find the answers to these and more on her blog, A Christian Writer’s World.
See you on the tour!