Saturday, November 19, 2011

Presents, Presents Everywhere!

I apologize for posting this late. I've been busy, busy, busy this week!

Our first Christmas giveaway winner is...Glenda Parker!!! Glenda, please contact me with your address. My email is: Congratulations! I'll get that in the mail to you right after the Thanksgiving holiday.

My second gift to one lucky reader is...

An autographed copy of A Pheromone Affair. This book is near and dear to my heart for two reasons. One, my dad wrote it. Two, he hired me to edit it.

Audrey Leclaire is on vacation in Israel when her trip is interrupted by a telegram from her grandfather.

While Audrey's grandfather breathes his last breath, disclosing a family secret that's been kept for his lifetime, George Gorman is diligently working on a pheromone which he intends to use to answer the Jewish Question.

Audrey must head back to Israel on a mission to resolve her grandfather's honor. Will she be able to stop a madman and save a nation before the pheromone is released or those who want her dead succeed?

If you would love to check out this exciting read, please leave a comment below. I look forward to hearing what you think of it!!!


  1. I am fascinated by the juxtaposition of the Dome of the rock and a beaker of ...pheromone juice? If I don't win it, I might have to buy it.

  2. This sounds like an awesome story I can't wait to read it.

    Glenda Parker

  3. I posted a comment last week, but it isn't on here. I would love to have my name in this weeks drawing, not only because your father wrote this book, but because you are such an awesome writer, I am sure your father is just as good. :)

  4. I can't imagine what a joy it must be to work with your dad on a book! I'm so happy for you!

    Sounds like a great book!

  5. Sounds like an interesting read! I know you worked hard on it and I'm sure it's great. Have a blessed day!

  6. Woo-hoo! What a coup. Written by dad and edited by daughter.

    And I'm with Don. The juxtaposition of the beaker and the dome is just too much. This is on my "gotta read" list.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win it. Otherwise, I'm off to the bookstore.

  7. Wow,this sounds like an exciting book to pass the cold winter nights up here in the North! And I'm very pleased you had the opportunity to edit this for your dad. Not a day goes by that I don't think about my dad and miss him terribly. Enter me in the drawing!


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