Thursday, April 17, 2014

Book Drawing




When you leave a comment on THIS post by 6 p.m. CT Sunday, April 20, 2014 you'll be entered in the DRAWING for an eBook copy of the book I mention below. If you include in your comment that you’re a follower (see in the left column “Join This Site” and “Follow by Email”), I'll add your name a second time in the drawing. You can read details about my book giveaways at Disclaimers.  

The Women of the Valley View: Pam

Our guest is Sharon Srock, author The Women of the
Valley View: Pam. Author Sharon Srock went from science fiction to Christian fiction at slightly less than warp speed. Twenty five years ago, she cut her writer's teeth on Star Trek fiction. Today, she writes inspirational stories that focus on ordinary women using their faith to accomplish extraordinary things. Sharon lives in the middle of nowhere Oklahoma with her husband and three very large dogs. Her books include: The Women of Valley View: Callie and The Women of Valley View: Terri, both of which are currently available. The Women of Valley View: Pam has just released this month.
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Please visit her Amazon page to find current info on her books: http://www.amazon.com/Sharon-Srock/e/B009OB2HSO/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

Welcome, Sharon. What fun or unique things can you tell us about yourself?
My favorite pet of all time was a 5 ft Iguana. I raised her from a 6 inch baby. Her name was Cocoa. Snorkeling is my favorite water activity. I once got James Doohan (Scotty from the original Star Trek) lost in Oklahoma City.

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not writing?
I love to take interesting trips and vacations. If I can have that one week to look forward to, it gets me through the other 51. My oldest daughter and I are taking an Alaskan cruise at the end of May.

If you could have dinner with one person from today or history (except Jesus), who would it be? Why?
That’s a hard question with a lot of potential answers. I think I’d like to have a meal with Bill Cosby. He’s had such a long career. I know there is humor there, but heartache as well. He seems to be so wise and down to earth. I’d like to see if he really is, or if that’s just my personal take on the man.

Please tell us about The Women of Valley View: Pam.
Pam’s divorce broke her heart. The cruelty of her ex-husband broke her spirit. A bottle of sleeping pills almost took her life. Four years later the scars of Alan Archer’s emotional abuse are beginning to fade under the love of her new husband. When Alan returns to Garfield, Pam must learn that buried secrets and carefully cultivated indifference do not equal forgiveness.

Alan Archer has returned to Garfield with a new wife and a terminal heart condition. His mission? To leave a Christian legacy for his children and to gain Pam’s forgiveness for the sins of his past.

Two hearts hang in the balance waiting for the delicate touch of God’s healing hands.

What takeaway value do you hope your readers receive after reading this book?
That we all deserve to forgive. Yes, I worded that correctly. The act of forgiveness might not mean a thing to the person we extend it to, but getting those old hurts and bruises out of our hearts will change our lives and the lives of the people around us. Sincere forgiveness is an individual choice.

Please tell our readers where they can get your book.

Any parting comment?
I’d like to offer your readers two free books. The first is a PDF intro to THE WOMEN OF VALLEY VIEW series: MEET THE WOMEN OF VALLEY VIEW. http://pelink.us/wovvbonus

Second is the link to the forever free novella I wrote and self published over the winter, For Mercie’s Sake.

Thank you, Sharon, for visiting with my readers and me. One of the commenters will win an eBook copy of The Women of Valley View: Pam, which you so graciously offered.

Remember: leave a comment on THIS post by 6 p.m. CT Sunday, April 20, 2014 and you'll be entered in the drawing for an eBook copy of The Women of Valley View: Pam by Sharon Srock. Please, please remember to leave your email address. I'll need your email address so that should you be the winner I can get in touch with you. I'll announce the winner in Monday's blog.

The winner of last Thursday’s blog post appeared in this past Monday’s blog. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.

Till next time … keep on smiling.

11 comments:

  1. Jo, we made it work!! Thanks for your patience and a chance to visut with your readers.

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    1. Sharon, so pleased to have you visit with my readers and me!

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  2. Oh JO. I have been waiting for this for a long time, then got so excited to find it here on your blog, but then saw it is an ecopy. Can't use that. Now I'm sad, but someone will be lucky. My daughter and I both need this third book by Sharon. GOD bless you both. Maxie mac262(at)me(dot)com and of course you know I am your follower. :(

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    1. Maxie, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment. I'm glad you follow my blog!

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  3. Maxie, I'm so sorry an Ecopy won't work for you. You've got to learn how to make that Kindle work for you.

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  4. God bless both of you Happy Easter Because he lives I can face tomorrow
    Chris
    granvilleATfrontiernetDOTnet

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    1. Chris, love your words--so true!! Thanks for reading and leaving your comment.

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  5. It sounds like an interesting read! martha(at)lclink(dot)com

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    1. Martha, thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment.

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    2. Martha, I hope you get the chance to meet my women.

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