Win The Bibliophiles: Book One

To celebrate my WOW! Women on Writing Blog Tour 2012, I am giving away ten copies of the first book in the Bibliophiles series, A Whisper to a Scream. Paperback or e-book — your choice.

The Bibliophiles begins with A Whisper to a Scream, the story of Sarah Anderson, a stay-at-home mother of two, and Annie Jacobs, a PR executive dealing with fertility issues. The second novel, Until My Soul Get It Right, follows Catherine Elbert as she bounces from coast to coast in search of her true self.

Unlike most series, which follow one character through various adventures, mine is a little different. Each book club member "stars" in his or her own novel, giving each book a very different feel, while still remaining under the Bibliophiles' umbrella.

She could be your sister, best friend, wife, daughter, neighbor. 

An overwhelmed stay-at-home mom whose husband is too preoccupied with work to spend time with his family.

A PR executive scared to death she waited too long to have the baby she has always wanted.

When they meet through a Classics Book Club, each thinks the other one’s life is so much better than her own.

But, is the grass truly greener on the other side of the fence?

A vivid portrayal of contemporary marriage and its problems, A Whisper to a Scream speaks to a longing in all of us, a yearning that might start as a vague notion, but eventually grows into an unbearable, vociferous cry.

The contest will run throughout the duration of the blog tour. To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. I will announce the winner in the Rafflecopter widget on Thursday, October 19th.

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Hi there!

Would love to win this book ... is it open to those outside of the US? I'm UK based ... and if you have already answered this ... apologies!
It is open to those outside the US for e-book copies, but paperbacks are limited to the US, so enter away! Good luck!
Susan Ekins said…
I love your concept for a book series. Best wishes for much success.
@Lena: You are welcome. Thanks for stopping by!

@Susan: Thanks much for your kind words.
Juana said…
The more I read about the book the more I fall in love with it.

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