Monday, June 27, 2011

Indie Author Bash Day 27

Welcome to Day 
Of the Indie Author Bash!

Day 26 winners are:

Signed copy of  Sliding on The Edge by C. Lee McKenzie is… MICHELLE GRAYCE!

Signed copy of A Season of Eden by Jennifer Laurens is… ALICE PRIDAY!

A signed copy of Between by Cyndi Teffet is… NATALIE CLEARY!
**All winners are chosen using Random.org**

I have emailed all of the winners today! They have 48 hrs to email me back or another winner will be chosen.

Today’s spotlight authors are:



Ashlyn: A lonely society princess living in New York City. 

Daddy hired you to be my bodyguard. 

Colin: Childhood enemy, now her protector. 

Daddy thought I’d be safe. He thought I’d never fall in love. He thought he could keep me forever. 

Charles: obsessed with keeping her safe, keeping her his, he hires the one person he knows she could never fall in love with: Colin. 

Daddy was wrong.



After her father's slow death from cancer, Carlie thought things couldn't get worse. But now, she is forced to confront the fact that her family in dire financial straits. To stay afloat, her mom has had to sell their cherished oceanfront home and move Carlie and her younger brother Keith to the other side of the tracks to dreaded Las Pulgas, or "the fleas" in Spanish. They must now attend a tough urban high school instead of their former elite school, and on Carlie's first day of school, she runs afoul of edgy K.T., the Latina tattoo girl who's always ready for a fight, even on crutches. Carlie fends off the attention of Latino and African American teen boys, and one, a handsome seventeen-year-old named Juan, nicknames her Princess when he detects her aloof attitude towards her new classmates. What they don't know is that Carlie isn't really aloof; she's just in mourning for her father and almost everything else that mattered to her. Mr. Smith, the revered English teacher who engages all his students, suggests she'll like her new classmates if she just gives them a chance; he cajoles her into taking over the role of Desdemona in the junior class production of Othello, opposite Juan, after K.T. gets sidelined. Keith, who becomes angrier and more sullen by the day, spray paints insults all over the gym as he acts out his anger over the family's situation and reduced circumstances. Even their cat Quicken goes missing, sending Carlie and Keith on a search into the orchard next to their seedy garden apartment complex. They're met by a cowboy toting a rifle who ejects them at gunpoint from his property. But when Carlie finds him amiably having coffee with their mom the next day -- when he's returned her cat -- she begins to realize that nothing is what it seems in Las Pulgas.



Samantha was born on a full moon to a mother already dead. Revived by doctors and given to her unloving father, Samantha was raised a cursed child, her only friend the ghost of her mother who speaks to her through keys. From the inside out, Sam burned with life, a fire so vivid it kept her peers at a distance, all except one. Leith, a quiet farmboy with a broken heart and demons of his own, enjoys the seclusion his classmates grant him, but the seclusion is all too familiar to Sam. 

When their worlds collide... fires burn.

Twitter @abraebner 
 Blog abraebner.blogspot.com


Up for grabs today:

A signed paperback of Overprotected by Jennifer Laurens

A signed paperback of The Princess of Las Pulgas by C. lee McKenzie

A signed copy of Ladibird,Ladybird by Abra Ebner


To get an entry fill out the form below. For extra entries:

1 – “Like” and comment on Jennerfier Lauren’s Facebook author page.

2- “Like” and comment on The Princess of Las Pulgas Facebook book page.

3- Comment on the blog telling me why you would like to read Ladybird, Ladybird.

4 Spread the word on facebook, twitter and/or blog about day 27!

Winners will be announced on Day 28.



6 comments:

  1. Lady Bird has a very interesting story.
    Thanks for the chance to win this book.
    Marjorie

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

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  2. I would like to read Lady bird because it has a topic I'm very interested in reading :D

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  3. Wow Ladybird Ladybird sounds like an awesome book and I would love to read it :)

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  4. I don't want to be superficial, but besides that I love the cover, the review has captured me, and I hope to win to devour it =)

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  5. Lady Bird sounds like an awesome read, plus the cover looks amazing!

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