Tuesday, August 25, 2020

My Blog's 10th Year Birthday Bash: Pamela S. Meyers's book giveaway

Welcome to the 25th day of my blog's birthday bash!

Please welcome my author friend Pamela S. Meyers.

She's here to give away one of her books!

Enter the book giveaway contest via the Rafflecopter widget the end of this blog post. Only residents of the USA are eligible to receive a signed paperback copy of this author's books. International residents will only receive ebook copies due to costs of mailing books outside of the USA.

Let's learn a little bit more about Pamela and her book ...

Author Bio:

Pam has written most of her life, beginning with her first diary at age eight. Her novels,
set in and around her hometown of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, include Surprised by Love in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Safe Refuge, and Shelter Bay, Books One and Two in the Newport of the West Series.

Pam resides in northern Illinois with her two rescue cats. She’s an hour or so away from Lake Geneva where she can be found researching and nosing for new story ideas. 

Back Cover Blurb for Tranquility Point:

Hannah Murphy is determined to make the summer of 1916, the best it can be before she heads off to law school in the fall. Like her mother and grandmother before her, she is inclined to “break the mold” when it comes to societal expectations of a young woman of means. Her mother was the first woman in town to wear bloomers, and Hannah becomes the first to ditch swim dresses in favor of a practical swimsuit that allows freedom to move through the water.

At the first gathering of the summer, she reacquaints with tall, handsome Ted Bauer, also an aspiring attorney. Ted, who is of German descent, had a huge crush on Hannah when he was in eighth grade, and she was in sixth. He’s no longer the gangly boy she remembers and is quite appealing. With Geneva Lake as their backdrop, their summer romance escalates, until the dark cloud of the Great War can no longer be ignored. 

Although the U.S. has not yet joined the fray, people of German descent are seen with mistrust, and Ted enlists with the British Army to take the heat of discrimination off his family. With the future on hold, Hannah bids her fiancĂ© farewell as he goes to war. 

Only God knows if she will ever see him again or if they will ever be able to recapture what they had those few short summer months.

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  1. I would love to read and review Tranquility Point as it sounds so good and it is the kind of book I love to read.peggy clayton

  2. Thanks for having me Alexis. Congratulations on your blog's tenth anniversary!

  3. I am intrigued by all the new books set in and around WWI and WWII. This one seems to approach it from a slightly different angle. I would like to know more about Hannah and her strength to be who she is and not conform.

  4. Because I absolutely love historical fiction from this era, especially if it has Christian values in it, and because I like supporting authors like that.


  5. Love these kinds of books Thank you for the chance!


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