Thursday, September 5, 2013

Elisha Press book giveaway- this week!

Many of you will remember this past winter when we reviewed a book from Elisha Press, The Reunion, by Rachel McIntire. You can click here to see the review again.

Well, I have great news for you! Elisha Press has since published a book by Jason McIntire, a 2005 homeschool graduate, titled The Sparrow Found A House. While the e-book version is available for free, Elisha Press is giving away 5 signed softcover copies of Jason's book this Saturday night!

That's right, the giveaway runs from 8 a.m. Thursday, September 5th, through 8 p.m. on Saturday, September 7th. So you need to go enter- RIGHT NOW! (Ok, maybe when you finish reading this post-LOL!)

Several bloggers are helping promote this giveaway, but I'd love it if you would enter using the link at the bottom of this post. I haven't had time to read The Sparrow Found  A House yet, but it is on my short list of books for this fall. 

I trust it will be a good read. I really enjoyed The Reunion, and I know that Elisha Press is committed to providing 'clean Christian novels for families.'

Here is a brief description of the book from the author:

Fifteen-year-old Jessie Rivera is living every teenager’s nightmare. Her widowed mom has married a man who wears his heavy Christian values like his sergeant’s stripes – on both sleeves.
Glenn Sparrow is persistent, immovable, and not afraid to be firm. Worse than that, he’s loving, kind – even fun – and he has Chris, Moe, and Katie completely won over.
But Jessie is determined that she won’t be won over, or give up her “freedom” without a fight. She knows what she wants, and it isn’t what they’ve got.
Or is it?

If you would like to order your own printed copy, you can get it here for only $12.99 (shipping is free to the USA, $4 extra to Canada.)

Now, about that giveaway... just click HERE to enter!

Disclaimer: I have not received anything from the author or publisher in exchange for this review. If I am one of the top 3 referring bloggers, I will receive my own signed copy. If I am NOT one of the top three, I will still be happy that I helped promote quality literature!

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