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Can you believe it’s time to do this again?!? I can’t. I feel like I JUST DID IT with The Old River Road…but that was 6 months ago. (Where does the time go?!?!?)

 

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Merry Christmas!!! :)

 


Courage and Corruption Blog Tour

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About the Book

Catherine is going with her mother and younger siblings to the mountains to hide from the coming war. While she fears what might happen she is looking forward to some time away from her twin brother, with whom she often fights. One foolish act changes all their plans, and one story caused not only confusion, but more fighting.

Christopher does not believe his father’s story that they are descended from royalty. He is sure the story his father tells cannot be true. However, he is forced to go to the mountain castle of Coraway along with his mother and siblings. Will his father ever see him as a man? Will he and his twin ever be able to stop fighting?

Little do Catherine and Christopher realize that they hold the key to Taelis’ future in their hands. While they discover the truth before it is too late?

 

Find it on Goodreads

 

 

About the Author

111-author-closerSarah Holman is a not so typical mid-twenties girl: A homeschool graduate, sister to six awesome siblings, and author of many published books and short stories. If there is anything adventuresome about her life, it is because she serves a God with a destiny bigger than anything she could have imagined.

You can find her at her website: www.thedestinyofone.com

 

 

My Review:

4 of 5 stars

 

Courage and Corruption was a sweet, romance-free story of two siblings and their struggle to get along. It wasn’t your typical cutesy sibling rivalry story, as the twins were 15. Their constant bickering was becoming a huge problem and lack of maturity was keeping them from doing things that other children their age did. I think any reader who has siblings can relate to the desire to argue. This story shows what can happen when bickering is allowed to get out of hand.

 

There was one plot twist I wasn’t at all expecting, which is always fun! I’m looking forward to reading forthcoming books in this series!

 

Follow the Tour

November 15

Faith Blum

Lakeside Publications

Claire Banschbach

 

November 16

Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Father

 

November 17

Learning Resource Directory

Into the Bookcase

 

November 19

Gods Peculiar Treasure

A Pinch of Faith

 

TORR Blog Tour, Conclusion

For my first ever book, my first ever blog tour, I am so amazed and blessed at the response! There were 20 bloggers participating in the tour. That’s double the amount I was aiming for. How fantastic is that?!?

Here is the schedule again, to ensure that you didn’t miss any of these amazing posts:

 

Emily  — Review, Spotlight

Jesseca Wheaton — Review, Interview

Olivia K. Fisher  — Interview, Spotlight

Faith Blum  — Review, Interview, Spotlight

Hannah E.  — Review, Interview

Faith Potts  – Review

Rebecca Morgan  — Review, Interview

Abigayle Ellison  — Review, Spotlight

Kenzi Knapp  – Review, Interview

Hosanna Emily  — Review, Interview

Blessing Counter  — Interview

Victoria Minks  — Review, Spotlight

Deborah C.  — Review, Spotlight

Anna S. Brie  — Review, Interview

Leona G. — Review, Interview

Hope Ann — Review, Interview

Amanda Tero — Review, Interview

Anika Joy – Review, Interview

Kellyn Roth — Review

~Giveaway Winners~

The winner of the USA prize is Olivia K. Fisher!

The winner of the international prize is Bonnie Smithies!

Congrats to both of you girls! I’ll be sending you an email shortly. :)

I hope you all enjoyed the blog tour as much as I did! Thanks again to all of you who helped me get the word out. I appreciate you so much!

The Old River Road Release Day!!!!

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It’s here! My very first book is now available for the entire world to read and love and hate. *hides*

 

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1885

When seventeen-year-old Clara Boutwell married her dashing coworker, William McDonald, she was convinced her life was near perfect. The journey before them as newlyweds in the great city of Chicago was promising and exciting. But a frightening disease soon takes William in its grip, forcing them to the clean air of the western frontier in a desperate attempt to save his life. But pioneering doesn’t prove to be easy, with miles between neighbors instead of fences. On the eastern Washington prairies, the McDonalds face hardships and trials in a new world where everything is tested, from physical endurance to emotional strength—down to their relationship and faith in the Lord.

This novel tells the incredible true story of Clara and William, the great-great grandparents of the author, in a sweet narrative full of laughter, tears, and the struggles of an early pioneering family. Prepare yourself to share in their experience as you read this account of a pioneer family in Washington state, and see their lasting legacy that has endured into the fifth generation.

Get it on Amazon

(NOTE: because of some issues with the cover, the paperback version will not be shipped out for a few days yet.)

 

Nope, this is not nerve wracking at all.

*bites nails and screams*

 

Also, today is my 18th birthday!

“Happy birthday to me! Happy birthday to me! Happy…”

*coughs and clears throat*

 

Well then, now that I got all of that out of my system, I’m going to let the blog tour take over. I’m telling you–there are some fantastic posts coming up on some absolutely fantastic blogs, and you definitely don’t want to miss them.

Schedule:

Friday, July 8th (release day!)

Emily  — Review, Spotlight

Jesseca Wheaton — Review, Interview

Saturday, July 9th

Olivia K. Fisher  — Interview, Spotlight

Faith Blum  — Review, Interview, Spotlight

Hannah E.  — Review, Interview

Monday, July 11th

Faith Potts  – Review

Rebecca Morgan  — Review, Interview

Tuesday, July 12th

Abigayle Ellison  — Review, Spotlight

Kenzi Knapp  – Review, Interview

Hosanna Emily  — Review, Interview

Wednesday, July 13th

Blessing Counter  — Interview

Victoria Minks  — Review, Spotlight

Thursday, July 14th

Deborah C.  — Review, Spotlight

Anna S. Brie  — Review

Leona G. — Review, Interview

Friday, July 15th

Hope Ann — Review, Interview

Amanda Tero — Review, Interview

Anika Joy – Review, Interview

 

I’m also doing TWO giveaways: One for folks in the continental US and Canada, and one for international people. How cool is that?

International ONLY Prize

The Old River Road Prize Pack

International Prize

Enjoy the tour, leave lots of comments here there and everywhere, and don’t melt in the heat. I’m off to music camp! :)