Book Giveaway - A Promise for Tomorrow

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Have you entered MY BOOK GIVEAWAY?
The Lewis book giveaway is there. (There's a very SPECIAL PRIZE being given away)
Hurry! Ends May 6!
(Also, FOUR GIVEAWAYs are up at my other blog, A Bookworm's Diary)

A Promise for Tomorrow
Author: Sara Dubose
Publisher: Randall House Publications

Book Description

A small Alabama town in the mid-50's. A lazy summer afternoon. No concerns for Fannie Lea except her dreadful name. No concerns, that is, until she and her brother trespass on Boyd's property. Then, it's a grip around the waist, a knife to her throat and Boyd's breath, a smell like spoiled cabbage laced with tobacco and licorice.

Soon Flea (short for Fannie Lea) discovers secrets regarding other Sugar Hill residents. She learns the mystery behind Boyd's locked upstairs room and, eventually, places herself in danger to save a soul more helpless than she.


Sara DuBose is a motivational speaker and author of three other novels: Where Hearts Live, Where Love Grows, and Where Memories Linger. She is also author of Conquering Anxiety, published by the Presbyterian Church in America. Her other credits include numerous articles for publications such as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Today's Christian Woman, Virtue, Decision, The Christian Reader, and Family Life Today. She also appears in several anthologies published by Multnomah and Barbour. Sara received a first place fiction award from Putting Your Passion into Print and a first place fiction award from Southeastern Writer's Association. Sara currently speaks for seminars, festivals, civic clubs, churches and schools and may be contacted at: Sara and her husband live in Montgomery, Alabama. She is the mother of two daughters.

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1 People said

  1. This sounds super creepy, but I'd like to give it a whirl. So sign me up :-)

    swiden2 at hotmail dot com


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