Monday, November 21, 2011

Book Giveaway: Kevin's Point of View by Del Shannon Autographed Copy

One lucky winner will receive an autographed paperback copy of Kevin's Point of View by Del Shannon.

Click HERE to read my review of this book.

Visit the author's website HERE to learn more about the book and the author.

Contest details: Please use the Rafflecopter form to enter and follow the instructions there. Please be patient while the form loads. If the right form does not load correctly, please click HERE. Contest ends WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30, 2011 at 11:59 EST. Contest winner will be notified by email within 48 hours of contest end and will have 48 hours to reply with contact information or a new winner will be chosen. Contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.
** Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book at no charge from the author for review and giveaway purposes. I did NOT receive any financial compensation for the review or giveaway. My opinions were not influenced in any way by the author.


corey1971 said...

The combination of sci-fi, adventure and sarcastic humor should fit my son perfectly! (Corey Olomon)(

Anonymous said...

Nice post!!
I like the thinking it is a great idea to express this..


Anonymous said...

Well, first of all my daughter is gonna love that her daddy's name is in the title (Kevin) and secondly, she's gonna love that her mom's name is in the author's name (Shannon).

But when it comes to the actual book, she's gonna love the suspense and the sarcasm. She's such a smart kid and loves reading in general!

Shannon F.
shannybakes @ hotmail .com

Unknown said...

the sarcastic humor !!!
kendraco22 at yahoo dot com

Hobbies on a Budget said...

Boys going on adventures with electronic devices and imagination and sci-fi...... Sounds like a great read! Thanks for the offer!

Linda Trinklein said...

"Kevin and Tony are thrust into one nail biting crazy escape after another"
Nail biting sound thrilling ! ! :)

lzamudio02 @ hotmail .com

Patty White said...

It sounds exciting and my son would love it because not only for the adventure but because he too is 12 and would be able to relate.

Anonymous said...

Stacey L
staceylowe at comcast dot net
I think my son would like this because he is 12 sohe would be able to see him self in the book

Brittany Boardley said...

I would give it to my niece. She lost her father so I think she could really relate!

Robin Blankenship said...

My son would like that it is an adventure

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