In honour of her birthday, I held a giveaway with my Cover Reveal. Birthday Girl pulled the name out of the cup and the winner is:
Sherida, I'll be in touch to get your snail mail address from you and will get your prizes in the mail to you. Congratulations! And thanks so much for being a part of my special day here on my Blog!
I'm so excited to share my Cover Reveal with you! And because it's my daughter's birthday tomorrow, I'm doing a Giveaway to go with it. Leave a comment below and you get one entry - share this blog post on your social media and link back to it here to tell me and I'll give you another entry. I'm leaving the draw open till midnight on August 17th (her birthday) so everyone can get their name in the doggie dish. :)
You'll be getting this lovely First Nations silver and turquoise necklace:
As well as this adorable desk-size stuffed Polar Bear from our Zoo gift shop here in Winnipeg Manitoba.
HERE IT IS...
Reunions can be deadly.
After a savage attack in university, Kira Summers fled to the safety of northern Canada and her work as a polar bear scientist. But when her whistleblower brother dies in a mysterious car crash, she must return home to bury him and pack his belongings. Unaware she’s carrying explosive evidence someone’s willing to kill for, she has no choice but to rely on the one person she never thought she’d see again.
Lukas Tanner, a widowed single father of a special needs toddler, moved to Churchill five years ago. As the proud owner of Guiding Star Enterprises, a wilderness tour company, he and his daughter lead a simple life.
But when Kira comes crashing back into his world, he realizes God has other plans. Now, Lukas and Kira must confront a merciless killer as their past and present collide in a deadly race – a race they must win if they have any hope of a future together.
COMING DECEMBER 4, 2018 FROM ANAIAH PRESS
I'm thrilled with my cover! Anaiah Press knocked it out of the park with this one - to borrow one of my husband's baseball metaphors (and we all know how much he loves his baseball!).
And I wanted to celebrate it along with my daughter's birthday and YOU all so feel free to enjoy the hot coffee and honey cruellers I brought along this morning. Remember, all comments go in the dish for the Draw and I'm here all day - in and out - to chat with you.
How about you tell me what your most memorable birthday was - either from childhood or maybe one your spouse/significant other threw for you? Someone pass the creamer! :)
We spent July on holidays because my husband's family came west for a change to visit us. And we took in our favourite two things in the summer: Goldeyes Baseball games and the Assiniboine Park Zoo!
The Winnipeg Goldeyes belong to the American Independent Baseball Association and are the only Canadian team in the league. We're not doing as well this year as the past two years. 2016 and 2017 we won back-to-back League Championships! But it's not for lack of fan appreciation as we regularly sell out our 6500 seat stadium in support of our beloved team.
And that's a sleeping polar bear on the other side of the window from my son. I took that picture in the Tundra Cafe at the Zoo when we stopped in for a quick snack. The Zoo is home to six polar bears of varying ages. All have been brought down from Churchill, Manitoba because they've either been orphaned or involved in human/bear encounters and haven't been able to stay away from the town. Here, they're safe and will live out to an old age.
How is your summer going? There's only three weeks left!
This week I'm going to reveal my gorgeous cover for NORTHERN DECEPTION, so stay tuned to this blog and my newsletter which you can sign up for opposite -
As the count-down to publication gets closer to December 4, 2018, there are going to be giveaways, fun and games, and more facts about Canada's gateway to the Arctic and these wonderful Kings of the North. You won't want to miss any of it!
I'm a military wife who's raised two wonderful special needs children to adulthood. We've lived all over Canada and are still on that journey. When I'm not writing, I can be found spinning, knitting, and hanging out with my dogs.