Monday, August 12, 2013

Borrowed Things

Happy Monday, everyone! Jo here. I was thrilled when I was notified Borrowed Things was finally on sale. The author, Doris Schneider, and I, worked tirelessly on this book to bring you the awesomeness below. As a plus, with all books we work on, I'll be doing a promotion. This time, it's a Rafflecopter giveaway and you'll have a chance to win a printed copy of the book!

Title: Borrowed Things
Author: Doris Schneider
Genre: Southern Women's Fiction
Length: 522 printed pages
Find it on Amazon: $14.20

First, check out the book cover:

Description from Amazon:
Borrowed Things takes place in North Carolina, alternating between Durham and Pearl, a fading town on the Lockwood Folly River. It traces a year in the separate yet symbiotic lives of five characters whose paths cross and ultimately connect. Wishing to reinvent herself, Anne Gray sells her Durham home and the care of a Great Blue Heron to Noah Levinson, who also negotiates for the temporary use of her things and their stories in the desperate hope they will infuse some of Anne’s spirit and resilience into his ailing wife, Elizabeth. Anne finds a new home in the forgotten town of Pearl where she releases the memories of two failed marriages as she sails the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway with a haunted Latino priest and an elderly woman who rides a bicycle and wears No Fear t-shirts. Through Anne’s not-so-divine intervention, Father Paul and old Marjorie unveil their long held secrets, and come face to face with the embodiment of their abandoned hope. Anne is finally forced to come to terms with her past and find the courage to accept or reject the opportunity for a last and lasting love.

Our very own Tia Silverthorne Bach edited this book (back before she joined us here at IBGW). She wrote a review:
"Borrowed Things is Southern women's fiction at its best, capturing your heart within the first few pages. Anne Gray is a rare character, equal parts strength and compassion. Readers will identify with her struggles and lingering questions as they enjoy her exploits and journey toward friendship and love. But most of all, they will find themselves transported into a town rich in memorable characters, intriguing history, and many secrets." ~ Tia Silverthorne Bach, author of Chasing Memories and co-author of the award-winning Depression Cookies.

Now, take a peek inside!

How gorgeous is that?

You'll find the buy link in the sidebar here on the blog.

Now, the Rafflecopter entry form! Good luck.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Well, that's all for today, folks! Until next time, WRITE ON!