Hey, friends! If you follow me on social media, you may have noticed The Revolutionary is on tour. Through April 23, a different blogger is sharing a personal review and information about how to participate in a Starbucks giveaway (gift card).
I’d love for you to take advantage of this chance to win some coffee, plus hear what readers are saying! After all, coffee does make the world “smell better,” as my character Portia once said.
To enter, visit any of the blog stops along the way or simply click here:
Among the Reads, April 10
Book Reviews From an Avid Reader, April 10
Moments Dipped in Ink, April 11
Inklings and notions, April 11
The Fizzy Pop Collection, April 12
proud to be an autism mom, April 12
Aryn the librarian, April 13
Multifarious, April 13
Ashley’s Bookshelf, April 14
A Greater Yes, April 14
It’s Storytime With Van Daniker, April 15
Texas Book-aholic, April 15
A Reader’s Brain, April 16
Jeanette’s Thoughts, April 17
Carpe Diem, April 18
MargaretKazmierczak, April 19
A Baker’s Perspective, April 20
Bibliophile Reviews, April 21
Simple Harvest Reads, April 22 (Guest Post from Mindy Houng)
Pursuing Stacie, April 23
Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, April 24
Janices book reviews, April 24
Bigreadersite, April 25
Reading is my Super Power, April 25 (Interview)
I love hearing the different perspectives and takes on the story. That’s the beauty of fiction: each person responds to a different part of the story. For today, I’ll leave you with a few previews of some reviews so far:
I could tell when reading the first book that the characters from this atheistic society would end up meeting Jesus. The author did such a beautiful job of sharing the Gospel through the testimony of a man who was a prisoner simply because he refused to give up his faith.
I love when readers glimpse one of the main reasons I write: to point people towards the truth of the gospel.
This “Revolutionary” Celebrate Lit Book Review is one of my favorites to date! And not just because the Author is a Floridian!!
To that I say, go #FloridaGirls! But seriously, I’m so glad she enjoyed the book. Click the link above to read why.
The Revolutionary is a true page turner (or location swiper, if you are a kindle reader) … It is full of mystery and intrigue, heroism and some young love.
Hurrah for Kindle swipers! I am one of them myself. Do you prefer paperback or Kindle? Tell me why in a comment.
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