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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Blog Tour de Force: get loaded day 04

from January 23rd to January 27th, get loaded and go on a Scavenger Hunt!

there are two ways to win prizes on this tour. all you have to do is:

  1. go to http://indiebookcollective.wordpress.com   then find the clues to the Scavenger Hunt
  2. visit the author featured below, leave a comment on her blog post and you can get a copy of her book. just click on the title to go to the web page. 
today's featured author & book:

Antigone Brown has trouble reading road signs, keeps a stone in her pocket to help her remember right from left, and despairs of ever being a good mother to her unborn child. As she is quick to tell you, she is not hero material. She runs a deer farm and vegetarian cafe in Mercy, North Carolina, where textiles—not tourism—is king and where Irene Crump and the Mercy Study Club run the show.

But then Antigone takes in a homeless boy against her husband’s wishes and the Study Club forces her best friend, the school librarian, to remove “undesirable” books from the school’s collection. And soon Antigone finds herself challenging the controlling Irene and fighting for the very things that have made her life a misery—books. The dyslexic Antigone starts her own library and sets in motion a series of events destined to change Mercy forever.

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