Thursday, December 05, 2013

Book Giveaway

I’m delighted to know Lauren Stinton who is a freelance writer and editor with a degree in journalism from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. She edited my first book, Prisoner of Circumstance. She is an excellent editor who is honest, thorough, and extremely fun to work with. I couldn’t have finished the book without her.

Lauren also is a creative and imaginative writer hereself. Her first novel, The House of Elah started a journey.

The following is a description of The House of Elah:

Twin sons are born to the House of Elah.

According to the tenets of the country’s religion, one son is chosen for sacrifice. His death means blessing and honor for his father’s house.

The infant is sent to the temple to die. But the sacrifice never takes place—the son of Elah is stolen.

Years later, war makes him a slave, and in the midst of his despair, the god of death that claimed him at his birth comes to claim him again.

But wait . . . this book giveaway doesn’t include just her first novel but the second book of the series which is hot off the presses, The Alusian's Quest.

The following is a description of The Alusian's Quest:

When the Alusian put her hand to Marcus in Ausham, she changed his future in a moment. Hileshand can only watch as Marcus slips away from him, drawn by the fierce magic of a foreign god.

All Hileshand wants to do is protect his family, but this commitment carries a high price, especially when Boerak-El, the Alusian god of sorrow, has plans for Hileshand’s son Myles as well.

This book giveaway is open to US residents. All you have to do is leave a comment to enter a chance to win not one but both books. I will announce the winner next Thursday, December 12th.

Sounds exciting, I can’t wait to read it myself.


© Nadine Zawacki 2013

4 comments:

Sarrah Channah Kaliski said...

Sounds wonderful. Thanks for having this giveaway!
Blessings.

B Lochner said...

I had the privilege of working with Lauren Stinton when she was a student at Evangel. She was my work study and was an awesome addition to our PR team. I loved reading The House of Elah and have looked forward to the release of The Alusian's Quest. I would love to have both of these books in my library.

Susan said...

Pleas enter my name in this book give away. Thanks!

Staycie Adkins said...

Please enter my name into the give away. She's been one of my dearest friends since New Hampshire and I cherish everything she writes! I love her Christian allegories and love her imagination.

Thank you for having this for her! :)