Monday, November 30, 2009

Heather Justesen Gives Away Prizes

A Week FILLED with Giveaways!
So to celebrate the release of her new book, and to round out her blog tour she has put together a week of giveaways. Two things each day. Visit her blog at

Tuesday - autographed copies of Tristi Pinkston's first two books, Nothing to Regret, and Strength to Endure, both historicals taking place during World War II. Nothing to Regret is about a man who is sent to the Japanese internment camp in the desert. He has to give up finishing college and leave nearly everything behind when he and his parents are forced to move there. During the course of the book he enlists and goes undercover in Japan. Strength to Endure is set at the same time, only in Germany. Strength To Endure expertly portrays the consequences of war and the ability of the human spirit to conquer all.

Wednesday - Heather is giving away a copy of Missing, donated by new author, Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen. This mystery/suspense story with romance elements will keep you gripping the edge of your seats! Or Mike McPheters' book, Agent Bishop about his true story of being an FBI agent moonlight as a Mormon Bishop.

Thursday - Valerie Ipson offered to donate a $15 gift certificate from Vinyl Expressions. Or a book by Steve Alten's called The Shell Game!

Friday - Kristi's Creative Cakes (based out of the Salt Lake Valley) offered a free edible image using your photo or image and shipped to you (within the U.S.) free. If you live on the Wasatch Front and need a whole cake, she's willing to credit the winner $15 toward the price of a finished cake (which is at least half again what the edible image is worth, even shipped!). Or Reiyalindis a YA fantasy by Cory Poulson.

Saturday - Bone Warriors, by Bron Bahlmann, the fifteen year old who has already broken into the publishing business. This adventure/fantasy is sure to keep you hooked. Or Anne Bradshaw’s newest offering, Famous Family Nights, with stories from much beloved personalities such as Allen Osmond, David Glen Hatch, Josi Kilpack, Suan Easton Black, and many more.

I am also going to try to post so you can see her trailer

1 comment:

Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen said...

Thanks for the shout, Connie, and if I didn't mention it before, thank you so much for your glowing review of MISSING. I really appreciate it, but most of all, I'm glad you liked my book!