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Have a wonderful holiday season!
Item 1 of 3
Summer Festival Winners Announced
These winners from the Twin Cities and Portland festivals should contact the author:
C. Kuzinicki; L Gordon; B. Spella; and D. Belo
Item 2: Drawing for Audible
For those who listen to books using Audible, send the author an e-mail asking to enter the drawing for the audible edition of The Boy Who Wanted Wings. Although the audio book is also available on other sites like KOBO and B&N and Smashwords, the five winners of this drawing must be subscribed to Audible.com. Send your e-mail today to JConMartin@Gmail.com!
Expert archer Aleksy has his heart set on joining the elite hussars at the Battle of Vienna.
Countess Krystyna turns his heart in another direction.
As an outsider, Aleksy finds both dreams closed to him. And yet, one day he must choose between the two.
~2017 GOLD MEDAL IPPI WINNER ~
~Romeo and Juliet with a Twist~
~”A pitch-perfect follow-up to his Poland Trilogy”~Historical Novels Review
Aleksy, a Tatar raised by a Polish peasant family, holds in his heart the wish to become a Polish winged hussar, a Christian lancer who carries into battle a device attached to his back that holds dozens of eagle feathers. As a Tatar and as a peasant, this is an unlikely quest. When he meets Krystyna, the daughter of the noble who owns the land that his parents work, he falls hopelessly in love. But even though she returns his love, race and class differences make this quest as impossible as that of becoming a hussar. Under the most harrowing and unlikely circumstances, one day Aleksy must choose between his dreams.
That day is September 11, 1683.
Item 3: A Mammoth Drawing
Push Not the River is just one of the books you can win in this mammoth Christmas drawing!
Click on the above image or below to enter!
Anna and Zofia~ two cousins~different as sun from shade.
One chooses love and patriotism, the other schemes and treason.
And yet love binds them as their country hurls toward the abyss.