Monday, March 8, 2010

6 Week Book Giveaway!

PREORDER Women of the Book of Mormon HERE.

Contest rules:

In celebration of my upcoming book, WOMEN OF THE BOOK OF MORMON, here are the RULES:

Each Monday, I'll post a random question here.
To be entered:
1. You as the blogger will make a comment (answer to the question of the week of course)
2. Become a blog follower (if you aren't already)

On Thursday of the same week, I'll pick a favorite answer or do a drawing if it's too hard to choose. I'll announce the winner here, and the winner can choose any of my novels as a prize.

Question of the Week #3:

Easy this week . . . as you know, I love to read and I'm always looking for a great book or a new author to get hooked onto. This past week, I've been reading Nefertiti by Michelle Moran, which is, of course, about the Egyptian queen Nefertiti. This book was a Target Book Club Pick and since I've never read anything by Moran and the story looked intriguing, I decided to chance it. Moran's writing style reminds me a lot of Phillipa Gregory, but much cleaner.

So . . . What book/author have you been reading that you'd like to recommend?

5 comments:

Charlie Moore said...

Heather,

I have been encouraging people to look at T. Lynn Adams and her debut novel, Tombs of Terror (Cedar Fort). Don't know how to do the blog follower thing, but I still say get her book.

Charlie

Taffy said...

Someone recommended Josi Kilpack's 'food' books.
I really like Janette Rallison's books.
I'm really not helpful, am I?

Heather B. Moore said...

Charlie, I'll have to check out Tombs of Terror.

You ARE helpful, Taffy. Haven't you read Josi Kilpack's books? They are fabulous mysteries. And my daughter and I both enjoy Janette's book as well!

Rebecca Irvine said...

Hi Heather, For my book club last month we all read one of Cindy Woodsmall's novels, which are all based on the Amish community. I read two of hers and was really pleased with how clean and uplifting they were. She often handles challenging situations (i.e., abuse or addictions) in a manner that does not detract from the story, but also does not ruin the overall uplifting tone. In my opinion, that takes talent. Ever since I have been recommending her work.

Heather B. Moore said...

Becky,

I've heard of Cindy's books. I need to put her on my to-read list. Thanks.