Wednesday, May 29, 2013


So if you're like me you love, love, love books. I have them all over my house. In the living room, in the family room, in the dining room and in my bedroom. I've even been known to hide books under my bed.

Books are knowledge and adventure all rolled up in one. And for me the best books are those that teach me something new while entertaining me. They make me think of ordinary things in a different way, or they take me places I've never been before.

Right now, I'm nearly finished reading Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas.  I've learned so much about a hero to many during World War II. (I'm hopeful to post a review of the book next week). I have loved reading about this time in history and the brave people who sacrificed everything for what they believed. This book has everything: danger, mystery, suspense, and romance. 

If I could I'd give all of my followers copies of books that I loved so we could talk about them. Sadly I can't do that. But I can do the next best thing, offer free, hard copies of my new novel. Wanted is not part of history, but it does have fictional heroes, suspense, mystery, danger, and--of course--romance.

Here's the scoop:

Starting on June 1st you can go to this link
on goodreads and sign up to win a free copy of Wanted.

And here's what's really sweet, there will be five lucky winners!!!

I'm going to also post this on the sidebar for the month of June.

What book or books are you reading this summer?
What's your favorite novel? And why did you like it so much?



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2 comments:

  1. I love love LOVE books, too! I have them all over my apartment. It makes me happy to see books!! I can't imagine not having bookcases. I'm very suspicious of homes where I see not one book anywhere. I feel sorry for bookless homes, too!

    Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

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  2. Congrats on WANTED, Kathi :) Hope it becomes an extremely WANTED book :)
    I've no more place to put books at my court, especially since I get two copies of each book I translate from my publisher, and since I did about 30 books so far multiply that with two or with five (which was the old number of copies we were getting in the times before financial crises hit the world :(

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