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31 Hours by Masha Hamilton

31 Hours by Masha Hamilton

Masha Hamilton’s latest novel, 31 Hours, celebrates its official release date today, even though it’s been in bookstores since September 8th. Early praise has been sensational and you can read these critical raves on the author’s website Reviews page. However the following words say it all: “Gorgeous and complex…a very tense narrative, vividly imagined and eerily plausible.”__Publishers Weekly This is an author of three other novels — including The Camel Bookmobile which inspired two world literacy programs: the Camel Book…

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Literary Visuals

Literary Visuals

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many pages would a Book Trailer be? Today is all about our author’s videos, so settle back and enjoy! Meg Waite Clayton’s The Wednesday Sisters is available in trade paperback. A national bestseller, this novel was a Target Bookmarked Club Pick for the Summer and a Borders Book Club Pick. Watch The Wednesday Sisters Book Trailer now. 31 Hours by Masha Hamilton uses the New York City subway as one of…

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Authors in the Media

Authors in the Media

[Note: The Divining Wand congratulates Patti — winner of the Crazy Beautiful Book Giveaway. If you’ll contact me, Patti, with your mailing address, your copy will be sengt on its way. Enjoy!] Our authors have been out and about in the media recently, let’s discover where some have appeared: Kristy Kiernan (Catching Genius, Matters of Faith and Between Friends coming April 6, 2010) goes in search for the modern day Fountain of Youth in her article, Saving Face, for Gulf…

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You Could Be a Winner

You Could Be a Winner

With one week left before debuts and new releases start filling the bookstores – and these pages –, why not try to win a free book or a gift card? Below are four contests currently underway and, since three of them end on different days of this week, visit now and play your luck. As anticipated in last Thursday’s post, Allison Winn Scotch is holding a “What If?” contest, giving away a total of 5 copies of the trade paperback…

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Sharing Good News

Sharing Good News

According to the PBS Book Review: “Alibi Junior High”, Greg Logsted has a winner. Carleen Brice (Children of the Waters) will host a discussion about faith and mysticism in fiction on Litchat (via Twitter). Please join in this Friday, July 17th between 4 – 5 p.m. EDT. Masha Hamilton’s 31 Hours, a deeply human thriller, is now slated to be published on September 8, 2009. The author has a most thoughtful Contest to win a copy of the book. The…

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