SPOTLIGHT: PUBLISHER TRIBUTE BOOKSTribute Books celebrates its 7th year in 2011 as an independent publisher for independent writers.
They publish some wonderful titles and I have enjoyed reading some books provided by Nicole at Tribute.
Book #1 Giveaway of eBook Call Me Kate - Three Winners. OPEN WORLDWIDE
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One of my favorite Tribute books that I reviewed was Call Me Kate by Mollie Roe.
Blurb: The Civil War Draft Meets Immigrant Coal Miners
Fourteen-year-old Katie McCafferty risks job, family, and eventually her very life to rescue a lifelong friend. Disguised as a draft resister, Katie infiltrates a secret Irish organization to prevent bloodshed. Tragedies challenge her strength and ingenuity, and she faces a crisis of conscience. Can Katie balance her sense of justice with the law?
Call Me Kate is suitable for readers from eleven to adult. The story is dramatic and adventuresome, yet expressive of daily life in the patches of the hard coal region during the Civil War era. This novel will appeal to readers of the Dear America series, as well as more mature readers who will enjoy the story’s rich context and drama.
Nicole has been lovely to offer four different ebooks for giveaway with multiple copies per book! OPEN WORLDWIDEThe books for giveaway are
- Call Me Kate,
- Fire Men: Stories from Three Generations of a Firefighting Family,
- Framing Faith: A Pictorial History of Communities of Faith and
- Slippery Willie's Stupid, Ugly Shoes.
To make things cleaner I have posted each book in its own post and the Entry Form is on Post #4D.