Sept. 30, 2018 marks the one-year anniversary of the official release of Playing by Heart!
To celebrate, I'm giving away not only one but TWO ebook copies of this award-winning novel. See below for instructions on entering the giveaway.
In case you're not familiar with the novel, Playing by Heart is the story of two teens struggling to follow their true calling, even when it conflicts with their father's selfish goals. The novel was inspired by two amazing 18th-century sisters who were far ahead of their time--one a composer and the other a mathematician.
Playing by Heart is a finalist in the Young Adult Category of the 2018 American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Carol Awards and the winner of the 2018 Catholic Arts and Letters Award (CALA) for children's/YA fiction. To read more about the novel, including review excerpts, see this page.
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter 1, 2, or all 3 ways:
- You must subscribe to my Creativity Newsletter to enter. (This option gives you 2 entries!)
New subscribers: go to this page and subscribe to the newsletter BEFORE you enter your email address in the first option of the widget below. Then watch for an email to confirm your subscription. After you click the link in that email, you'll have the opportunity to download a free thank you gift.
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If you have any problems entering, email me via the Contact page. Contest runs through Sept 30. Winners will be notified via email.
Open to those 18 years of age and over only. Good luck!
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