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We have another great giveaway! Because we are feeling that holiday spirit we are doing a MEGA giveaway today!
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Again this month we will have more than one winner. That is because we have some outstanding sponsors this month for this giveaway.
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MEGA GRAND PRIZE
1 winner will get Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (if the winner is outside the US and lives anywhere Book Depository ships: $50 in books chosen by the winner)
Sponsored by author Rosey Lee
Beautiful, Complicated Family: Volume 1 is a collection of five flash fiction stories exploring the connections that can hold people together or tear them apart. Like most families, the relationships in this uplifting collection consist of intricate elements. Sometimes things get messy, but it’s always beautiful. Read each story in about 5 minutes and get Volume 2 of the collection for free using a link within the book. The stories are perfect for readers who enjoy contemporary fiction novels as well as those who only have time for a quick read. This collection is filled with relatable characters and endings that pull at your heartstrings, so don’t be surprised if you laugh or cry along the way.
Buy it on Amazon
About the Author
Rosey Lee writes uplifting fiction stories about family and friendship. A native of the Westbank of New Orleans, Louisiana (a suburban area on the west bank of the Mississippi River), Rosey is a fan of good food and a good time. As a child, she dreamed of a career in writing, fashion design, and acting. She uses the pen name Rosey Lee as she pursues her passion for writing. Her alter ego is a physician who has dedicated her career to individual and community-based approaches to health equity. She enjoys cooking, flower arranging, listening to live music, and occasional bursts of fanatical bargain shopping.
5 Winners will get an E-book of Life as It Is by Nkem Odera O’Gonuwe
What is life through the eyes of a child? Before one reaches that pivotal age and ascends into their 20’s. The end of innocence. These are the eighty-one lessons of life that I have learned in my short time. The final observations before leaving the teenage years. A collection of poems exploring race, gender, youth, womanhood, and other social structures. Life. As it is.
Meet the Author
My earliest memories are of the plastic, Fisher-Price blackboard displayed in my apartment living room. I gripped white chalk in my hand as I wrote my first words at age two. And in all the years since then, I never put down my pen.
I filled my notebooks with half-baked stories, writing the first few chapters before starting anew. I remember seeing a writing contest advertised by PBS and decided to complete my first work of fiction at age six. I spent weeks writing and rewriting The Day My Dinosaur Ate My Neighborhood and sketching the accompanying pictures. My short story earned me a participation certification and the desire to keep writing.
I began writing my first book eight years later. It was January 2014, and I had just completed my first semester of high school. I rewrote Shattered three times in two years before publishing my debut novel through my publishing company, Delu Press, in December 2016.
I write the stories that I always wanted to read. Fantastical worlds with strong, female leads and realistic fiction that tackles polarizing topics that affect me. Books are the best way to peer into a life unlike your own. I love to capture the diversity of the world, infusing aspects of my Igbo culture and perspective into my characters.
I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I did writing them.
Best, Nkem Odera O’Gonuwe
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