This is the prize promotion page for all the prizes being given away for the read-a-thon. We have a couple of amazing book prizes donated from some very generous authors and a couple of prizes from me! At the end of this post, you will find details regarding how the prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the read-a-thon.
Note: These fine authors who so generously donated their books would greatly appreciate a review, if you win, on your blog and/or on Goodreads and Amazon. Thank you!
This first prize is free for everyone participating in the read-a-thon!
Leave a comment below with your email address if you would like the book and I will email you the download link to get it for free! (available format - ePub)
Numbers 16:32 by Brady Koch
Joseph's Sunday morning routine of church, beer and solitude is interrupted by a ragged screaming coming from the the far side of his farm land. What he finds there will challenge his resolve in ways he hasn't faced since losing his wife or confronting the horrors of the Korean War.
About the author
Brady Koch lives in Aurora, Illinois with his wife and two children. Feel free to read over his shoulder if you see him working on a new novel or short story at the coffee shop, library, or BNSF Metra commuter train into Chicago.
Website: www.BradyKoch.com Twitter: @BradyTheWriter
The Shadow Wolves by Jared Sandman (1 eCopy - International)
They are the Shadow Wolves, members of an elite unit that defend the border between Mexico and Arizona’s Tohono O’odham Nation. They protect the reservation from both drug traffickers and illegal immigrants alike. The secret to their success is the dark bond they share, for when the full moon blossoms they stalk the desert as creatures of the night. Some call them werewolves, while tribal elders have an older word for them: skinwalkers.
When a former FBI agent joins the team, he’s welcomed “into the pack.” Scout Hemene revels in his newfound abilities, powers that someone like Hector Villalobos would kill to experience.
As leader of Mexico’s most vicious drug cartel, Villalobos wages war to destroy the shapeshifters. The battle not only pits the Shadow Wolves against Hector’s violent gang, it also tests their loyalties to one another.
Which is more powerful, Man or Beast?
WINNER - KATHERINE
In the annals of Hollywood cinema, the name Gregory Kincaid is as synonymous with Jack the Ripper as Bela Lugosi to Dracula. He portrayed the infamous serial murderer in half a dozen films, spanning a five-decade career filled with monster movies and sci-fi schlock. Twenty years ago, weary of celebrity’s harsh spotlight, he withdrew from public life, never to be seen again — until now.
After a wartime accident seriously injures journalist Jenny Pearce, she turns her attention to reporting entertainment news. More comfortable on frontlines than the red carpet, she jumps at the opportunity to track down the notoriously reclusive Kincaid.
The damaged pair forges an unlikely friendship, working together to write the actor’s memoir. Except someone doesn’t want Kincaid’s tell-all all told, somebody who aims to protect secrets best left buried. Fighting for their lives, Kincaid and Pearce are forced to unravel a murder mystery gone unsolved for over seventy years.
About the author
Jared Sandman lives on Florida's Gulf Coast, where he's working on his next novel. Visit his website at JAREDSANDMAN.COM for free stories, updates and discounts, or follow him on Twitter (@JaredSandman).
WINNER #1 - KELLIE WINNER #2 - KIMBERLY
Giveaway Details: This is a read-a-thon participant only giveaway. To be eligible, you must sign in at the starting line post when you start to read and complete a wrap-up post at the end and link it here at Seasons of Reading at the official read-a-thon wrap-up post (I will give everyone until Tuesday (5/6) at 11:59pm CST to complete their wrap-up posts). We have a total of 4 prizes (not including the free download for anyone who wants it Numbers 16:32). This means there will be 4 winners. I'm going to do things a bit differently this time and this is only because it takes so long the way I was doing it previously. I'm going to award prizes as they do during Dewey's Read-a-Thon. That means first come, first served. I will draw the four winners with random.org and email all four at the same time. The first person who emails me back with their choice gets that prize. I will mark off the prizes as they are taken. All eBook prizes will be sent to winner via email - please specify what format you require in your email. Winners will be chosen after the wrap-up post deadline (see above).
Good luck and Happy Reading!