Imprints by Rachel Ann Nunes: Author Interview and Giveaway at Linda Weaver Clarke's Blog
I love telling my readers about giveaways they might be interested in. Bestselling author Rachel Ann Nunes is promoting her latest release at Linda Weaver Clarke's blog.
Imprints is a contemporary romance where a young woman is missing. In desperation, her parents turn to Autumn Rain for help. Autumn reads imprints - emotions mysteriously left behind on certain treasured objects. But will this ability enrich her life or destroy it? Autumn isn't sure - her life has become far from normal - but for people whose loved ones are missing, her talent might mean the difference between life and death.
Read Linda's interview with Rachel and leave a comment (along with your email address) for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the online bookstore of your choice. I've done some great shopping for myself with bookstore gift cards.
Stop by Linda Weaver Clarke's blog right now and read her interview with Rachel Ann Nunes and be sure to enter this great giveaway!
Rachel Ann Nunes learned to read when she was four, beginning a lifetime fascination with the written word. She avidly devoured books then and still reads everything she can lay hands on, from children’s stories to science articles. She began writing in the seventh grade and is now the author of thirty published books, including the popular Ariana series and the picture book Daughter of a King. Her picture book The Secret of the King was chosen in Utah by the Governor's Commission on Literacy to be awarded to all Utah grade schools as part of the Read With A Child For 20 Minutes Per Day program. Her novels The Independence Club (2007) and Fields of Home (2008) were both chosen as finalists for a Whitney Award. Some more recent titles are Saving Madeline and Eyes of a Stranger. Rachel's work ranges from romance and suspense to women's fiction and family drama.
Rachel and her husband, TJ, have six children and live in Utah. She writes Monday through Friday in a home office, taking frequent breaks to build Lego towers, help with homework, or to indulge in her latest hobby of teasing the teenagers.
Rachel's latest novel is Imprints, and another book, Tell Me No Lies, will be released this coming fall.