Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Stuck In A Good Book #Bloghop #Giveaway

I'm loving these blog hops! So much fun - so many chances to win goodies!
Thanks this time around to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Stuck In Books for hosting.

Don't forget to scroll to the bottom & click on the links for a TON more chances to win!

My Giveaway:

An Ebook copy of No Turning Back
by Kim Flowers

The punishment for a seventh-grade dropout runaway is probably pretty harsh, but Ash Barker doesn't care. She can’t waste time or emotions on anyone but her brother, Matt. They were placed in separate foster homes, so Ash runs away to find him. If she fails, she’s headed back to juvenile detention.

Everything is going right on schedule until two kids, Dayna and Kevin, barge into her hideout -- which just happens to be in their house. She ditches the pair fast, but can’t stop thinking about those bruised, skinny kids.

Dayna and Kevin live with abusive parents who force them to stay in their room most of the time. If they go to the authorities for help, they’ll be split up, too. Ash knows how that feels, and she goes back to help, taking the two with her. With any luck, they’ll all help each other along the way.

Meanwhile, as Matt waits for Ash, he can’t resist telling his foster brother and best friend, Jon-Allen, about the plans. They stash food, earn money, and keep watch for the night Ash appears at their bedroom window.

Ash is so happy to be reunited with Matt and to discover she’s falling in love with Dayna that, at first, she doesn’t worry about what they’ll do next. But life on the road begins to take its toll -- they have to resort to shoplifting and scavenging to survive. Ash feels a growing sense of guilt at the disaster she’s made of everyone’s lives. Can she somehow keep her newfound “family” together despite hunger and sickness? Or will she be able to find the strength to reach out for help?

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Kim Flowers began writing stories when she was seven years old.  She wrote the first draft of "No Turning Back" when she was eleven.  Her next novel, "The Divide, Book 1:  Uprising" is scheduled for publication January 2013.  She lives with her wife and son in Indiana.

1 comment:

  1. Hey there, I'm visiting because I saw that you're joining in with the Reaping Me Softly book tour, which I'm also participating in =) I've followed, and I look forward to reading your posts! =D