ARC Giveaway!

GIVEAWAY!! While sorting through some stuff, I recently discovered three hidden books: one advance copy each of The Legend of Sheba, Firstborn, and A Single Light.

What is an advance copy, you ask? An advance reader copy (ARC) is an early (often not fully edited) preliminary print copy sent out to reviewers ahead of a book’s publication. They’re very limited, not for resale, and often considered collector’s items. And I’ve just discovered three that I want to give away!

INSTRUCTIONS TO ENTER for a chance to win will be included in my next newsletter! So be sure you’re subscribed (or sign up HERE) and keep your eyes peeled over the next few days (and check your spam filter) for a note from me!

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7 Comments
  • Kevin Brown
    Posted at 04:25h, 28 June Reply

    Would love this

  • Haniyyah
    Posted at 05:44h, 29 June Reply

    It’s so cool!! Would love to read your bookks😊

  • Natasha Obradovic
    Posted at 12:30h, 01 July Reply

    😍😍😍 awesome

  • Jagoda
    Posted at 12:33h, 01 July Reply

    Would love to read your books❤❤🤞

  • Donna Hines
    Posted at 15:54h, 03 July Reply

    Would love this…

  • Linda Romer
    Posted at 16:00h, 03 July Reply

    Yea! Hope I don’t miss it!

  • Shawnie Hendrix
    Posted at 18:08h, 07 July Reply

    I just found you while searching for a new favorite author and more books to devour! I found two of your books: Havah & Demon (which I just started reading). The story of Eve in Havah wrecked me. I had to look you up to find out more about you as an author. Your work is brilliant, but I’m sure you’ve been told that before.

    While I was reading about Eve and getting into her thought life i found myself maturing as a woman, changing from the naïveté of business as usual to the desperation and desire to have relationship with God.

    I wrote a book in November just for kicks and because the story rattled around the corridors of my mind knocking until I answered. It wouldn’t leave me be. Maybe one day I will break on through from the pre-editing phase to completion of an actual novel. I’m currently letting the story rest while I raise my two toddler grandsons. The entire writing experience is proving to be an act of God’s hand upon my life. I’m 52 years old and it’s possible I finally decided what I want to be when I grow up!

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