The Great Giveaway…Enter to win A Bag of Bestsellers

January 14, 2015 News & Events 17

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I’m happy to say that like the first two books in the Wyattsville Series,  PASSING THROUGH PERFECT is getting glowing reviews from the ARC readers. To celebrate the success of this release I am giving away a Barnes & Noble Book Tote stuffed with seven best-selling novels. So read on, enjoy the reviews and be sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway.

Kirkus Reviews…Well-written and engaging, readers will welcome back characters from previous Wyattsville books.

Midwest Book Review, Donovan’s Shelf… This is Southern fiction at its best: spiritually infused, warm, and family-oriented – an atmosphere which permeates every chapter with descriptions firmly routed in family tradition and the South.

Indie Reader… Crosby’s characters take on heartbreak and oppression with dignity, courage, and a shaken but still strong faith in a better tomorrow.

Freda’s Voice… Just like reading John Steinbeck’s, East of Eden, or Harper Lee’s, To Kill a Mockingbird, this story is a tale of epic proportions! …And see, that the thing. The Magic Thing. Bette Lee Crosby creates characters and stories that feel so real, so alive, you can’t help but become emotionally invested.

Between the Lines … An uplifting story of family,love, kindness and hope, despite some people’s less than commendable behavior and attitudes.

… and I believe happiness is something that should be shared. To celebrate the official release of PASSING THROUGH PERFECT I’m giving away a

A BAG OF BESTSELLERS!

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The Lucky Winner will receive a beautiful Barnes & Noble Book tote plus seven autographed paperback books – the books include USA Today Bestsellers Spare Change and Cracks in the Sidewalk.

But wait…there’s more…

There is a secret word that only people with a copy of PASSING THROUGH PERFECT can find. Enter the secret word on the Rafflecopter and I’ll pick a winner from those entries to win a $25 gift card.

Thank you for being loyal fans and followers! Good Luck to one and all…

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17 Responses to “The Great Giveaway…Enter to win A Bag of Bestsellers”

  1. donna_squaw_1952@yahoo.com'

    Donna Harris

    I would love to read this book! Hope I win a copy. Thanks for this giveaway.

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    Sheri A. Wilkinson

    Love your books, good luck to those who enter the contest!

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    Cynthia E. Blain

    I hope to get your book this weekend; wish I knew the answer to your quiz for entry into the gift card portion but I didn’t get an ARC so have not been able to read it yet.

    The book sounds great; I have not yet read the two previous books but will order all three as I know that they make a better story with all the background information.

    The reviews are wonderful and I am sure that I will truly enjoy your book.

    Congratulations on the latest release.

    Cynthia

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    Becky

    Love all your books. I can’t seem to tell if I got through though. It keeps scrolling.

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    Judi kensok

    I am almost finished with this book…. The characters are so vivid, you swear you are in the room with them…Having a hard time stopping reading this book, when i have to!!

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    Linda Moore

    I love all of your books Bette. I’m fixing to start Passing Through Perfect. I tried to find the Dr and not sure if I got it right, but I did scan through and found one Dr’s name so hoping it is right. I know I’m going to LOVE this book. I’ve read all the reviews and looks like everyone loves this one too. Not surprising to me at all!!!

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    peggy clayton

    Wow that is such a nice giveaway would love to win also love the covers of your books so sensitive!

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    Pam Sibley

    I enjoy your books so much that I am re-reading them. From the coal mines where my mother’s Swedish ancestors perished, to the bigotry my German ancestors experienced during the war, to the segregation my father’s family had to stomach in the South, I can get a better sense of what they wouldn’t discuss. Thank you for that.

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