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Book Giveaways for December
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The Drop by Michael Connelly. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The Impossible Dead by Ian Rankin. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
Several other book giveaways are posted and include a chance to win a signed copy of the book. To enter, go to the main page of Bestsellersworld.com and scroll down the right hand column until you come to book giveaways. Click on the links to enter.
Book Giveaway Winners for November
Winner of Zero Day
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Winner of Guilt by Association
Susan Smith - Olathe, KS
Winner of Fool's Mate
Shannon Jensen - Evansville, IA
Featured Book - Miss Hildreth Wore Brown by Olivia deBelle Byrd
While Olivia deBelle Byrd was repeating one of her many Southern stories for the umpteenth time, her long-suffering husband looked at her with glazed over eyes and said, “Why don’t you write this stuff down?” Thus was born Miss Hildreth Wore Brown—Anecdotes of a Southern Belle. If the genesis for a book is to shut your wife up, I guess that’s as good
as any. On top of that, Olivia’s mother had burdened her with one of those Southern middle names kids love to make fun. To see “deBelle” printed on the front of a book seemed vindication for all the childhood teasing.
With storytelling written in the finest Southern tradition from the soap operas of Chandler Street in the quaint town of Gainesville, Georgia, to a country store on the Alabama state line, Olivia deBelle Byrd delves with wit and amusement into the world of the Deep South with all its unique idiosyncrasies and colloquialisms.
The characters who dance across the pages range from Great-Aunt Lottie Mae, who is as “old-fashioned and opinionated as the day is long,” to Mrs. Brewton, who calls everyone “dahling” whether they are darling or not, to Isabella with her penchant for mint juleps and drama.
Humorous anecdotes from a Christmas coffee, where one can converse with a lady who has Christmas trees with blinking lights dangling from her ears, to Sunday church, where a mink coat is mistaken for possum, will delight Southerners and baffle many a non-Southerner. There is the proverbial Southern beauty pageant, where even a six-month-old can win a tiara, to a funeral faux pas of the iron clad Southern rule—one never wears white after Labor Day and, dear gussy, most certainly not to a funeral.
Miss Hildreth Wore Brown—Anecdotes of a Southern Belle is guaranteed to provide an afternoon of laugh-out-loud reading and hilarious enjoyment.
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Featured Book - Communion by Jean Blasiar and Jonathan Marcantoni
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"Communion" is a fictional tale of life in wartime, when the best in individuals surfaces to combat the evils that surround them. It tells the story of people getting by, living and eventually prospering amidst constant threats of violence. It is also the story of a gifted daughter who seeks to push her mother and those around her to transcend the day-to-day horrors and extract from it a renewal of spirit and love of life. "Communion" speaks to the mysteries of the soul, the challenges of marriage, and the love between parents and children, husbands and wives, nature and earth.
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Featured Book - The Power and Freedom of the Human Spirit: Introducing Another Theory of Everything by Earl Josiah
A fascinating theory of everything that presents a new understanding of the wondrous world that extends beyond the barriers of normal life. The disclosure of elusive secrets of the universe and hidden truths about mankind would open your eyes to reality and change your life forever. This profound insight into an unfamiliar world reveals that vibrating spirit energy in the universe is the supreme driving force of human nature and it manifests as will. Furthermore, the spirit force that reveals itself in humans is not only the supreme mover in our psychological equipment; it also governs all movements throughout nature and is the primary principle underlying all creation.
As a manifestation of spirit, will is the primary essence of all things and the fundamental reality in all of nature. Reality is spirit or will that expresses itself in the natural and human worlds. In addition, because of the presence of spirit there is a natural order in physical reality and a moral order in human nature. Spirit also provides us with the will to live and drives us to work towards the perfection of our characters.
This original theory, considered from a metaphysical perspective, reveals that spirit causes the existence and manifestation of all things. It is indispensable for the explanation of all natural phenomena, inheres in everything and resides everywhere.
Easy-to-follow exercises and techniques help you channel the dynamic spirit power that manifests through your mind. Expand your consciousness, cultivate your mind and utilize the creative and attractive powers of your spirit to operate for your benefit and improve your life.
Discover how it is possible through meditation, concentration, visualization, mental suggestion, and other processes to unleash the awesome power that is within you. Control and direct the flow of your spirit energy to bring about manifestations in the material world. Create opportunities, satisfy your desires, attract the right circumstances, acquire things and accomplish all kinds of results. The book offers guidance on how to overcome the imperfection of being, acquire a functional understanding of nature’s laws and master the conditions of life.
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A Killing Season by Patricia Royal
A Plain and Fancy Christmas by Cynthia Keller
Awakenings by Edward Lazellari
Collateral Damage by H. Terrell Griffin
Communion by Jean Blasiar and Jonathan Marcantoni
Falling for Me by Anna David
Fly by Night by Ward Larsen
Gracie Gannon: Middle School Zero by Mary Elizabeth Anderson
Haunted Heritage by Michael Norman and Beth Scott
Little Girl Gone by Drusilla Campbell
Live Wire by Harlan Coben
Love All Men, Have Lunch with a Few by James Hylton
Now and Then by Robert B. Parker
Once in a Lifetime Dog (Review #2) by Chantelle Hildreth
Poison, Your Grace by Peg Herring
Summer Shack by Kelli Sue Landon
The Black Stiletto by Raymond Benson
The Boy in the Suitcase (Review #2) by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnette Friis
The Burning Edge by Rick Mofina
The Christmas Cantata by Mark Schweizer
The Parrot's Perch by Karen Keilt
The Power and Freedom of the Human Spirit: Introducing Another Theory of Everything by Earle Josiah
The Return of Iowa's Bald Eagles by Ty Smedes
The Sentry by Robert Crais
Three-Day Town by Margaret Maron
To Have and To Kill by Mary Jane Clark
Too Much Stuff by Don Bruns
Vampire Career by Phoebe Matthews
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