Monday, 11 June 2012

$25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway & Interview: With Patricia Yager Delagrange

Book Title: Moon Over Alcatraz
Author: Patricia Yager Delagrange
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Published Date: January 6th 2012
Genre: Contemporary romance











Following the death of their baby during a difficult birth, Brandy and Weston Chambers are grief-stricken and withdraw from each other, both seeking solace outside of their marriage; however, they vow to work through their painful disloyalty.  But when the man Brandy slept with moves back to their hometown, three lives are forever changed by his return..

EXCERPT


“What are you doing?  Where are you going?  Please, let’s talk about this.”

“I work my ass off in New York while you’re at home screwing other dudes?”

I pulled the sheet around me, ran over and grabbed his arm.  “I wasn’t screwing other dudes.”  He ripped his arm out of my grasp.  “I was the one who was all screwed up.  Then you went to New York and all we ever did was argue on the phone.  You don’t tell your secretary you’re married and she treats me like crap on the phone...”

By now, he was fully dressed, shoes and jacket on, wallet grabbed off the bureau.  His hand hovered above the door knob.  His face looked void of emotion, wiped clean of all expression.  “I can’t do this,” he mumbled.

I sobbed, knowing I’d hurt him and betrayed his trust.  I felt like a slut.  “I’m sorry.  I made a mistake.  But I love you.”

He stood near the door, shaking his head, tears dripping from his chin.

My legs shook.  My stomach cramped.  I had to make him understand.  “I know I’ve hurt you and that wasn’t my intention, but I wasn’t thinking straight.  I’ll regret it forever.  You don’t deserve this but I’m asking you to forgive me.”

His eyes swam with tears and his chin quivered.  His Adam’s apple twitched up and down as he swallowed.  “I had sex with Carol Smith.”


INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA YAGER DELAGRANGE

Is there an inspiration behind why you chose writing?

I like writing stories about people struggling with family issues.  I think most readers can relate to that.  In Moon Over Alcatraz Brandy and Weston’s baby dies at birth and the story centers around how Brandy overcomes her depression and faltering marriage, coming out the other side a happier person.  She has to jump through quite a few hurdles in a short period in her life, but she’s strong and resourceful and, in the end, attains her happily ever after.

When you were little, what did you want to be when you "grew up"?

When I was very young, maybe 6 years old, I wanted to be a fireman just like my daddy.  Then, around 8 or 9 I dreamed of becoming a nun.  I attended Catholic grammar school and nuns were these fantastic unknown group of individuals who had a direct line with God and I wanted to have that connection.  That only lasted a few years.  By the time I was in the sixth grade I’d experienced some very cruel teachers who happened to be nuns which eradicated any of my previous desires to enter the nunnery.

What movie and/or book are you looking forward to this year?

I think Richard Paul Evans is coming out with a new book as a follow-up to Michael Vey.  It’s a big leap for him to write in this genre but I loved the first Michael Vey book.  I’m also a fan of Richard Paul Evans.  Hopefully he too will be publishing something new.  I’ve read a ton of Debbie Macomber, especially her series books.  She’s so prolific, I’m sure several of her books will be coming out soon.  Jodi Picoult is one of my favorites authors as well.

What are your current literary works?  Any sneak peaks?

I am still editing Brenda’s Wish which is about a divorced mother Brenda and her 17-year-old son Farrell who live in San Francisco.  Her ex-husband, who is a cop, is murdered and all forensic evidence points to either Brenda and/or Farrell as the murderer.  Their lives are completely discombobulated because of this, yet she meets a wonderful man who just so happens to be her boss, and the intrigue continues.  It does have a happily ever after.

If you could invite any 5 people to dinner who would you choose?

Russell Crowe, Richard Paul Evans, and Chris Brown.

Which authors have influence on you most.. how?

I think I’ve been most influenced by Nicholas Sparks and Richard Paul Evan’s writing.  I love the way they tell their stories, with just enough scenery and dialogue and a bit of narrative, that blends to create a story that pulls me in completely.

Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book.

If you want to see and feel how one person turns sorrow into a life of happiness, you would probably like my book.

Tell us your most rewarding experience since being published.

I’d have to say the reviews have made me do the “happy dance”.  I received five 5-star reviews on Amazon and I wanted to cry.  That I was able to touch someone else in an emotional way is exactly why I write.

What's one piece of advice you would give aspiring authors?

Never...give...up.  Never.  Persistence is THE name of the game.

If you could jump in to a book, and live in that world, which would it be?

I’d love to jump onto the farm where Tom Booker of the Horse Whisperer lived in the movie.  It is so beautiful and to be able to ride my horse in that type of environment would be a dream come true.

If someone wrote a book about your life, what would the title be?

The same as the Frank Sinatra song:  “I Did It My Way”.

What is your favorite scene in the book and why do you love it?

I love the scene where Brandy meets up with Edward at Peet’s Coffeehouse after not having seen him since high school.

What TV show/movie/book do you watch/read that you'd be embarrassed to admit?

Show:  I LOVE watching Pretty Little Liars with my daughter (and my husband likes it too)
Movie:  I have seen Bridges of Madison County so many times, it’s ridiculous.
Book:  I’ve READ Bridges of Madison County so many times, it’s ridiculous.

What is one book everyone should read?

Jodi Picoult’s Nineteen Minutes.  Not only is it a heart-string-pulling book, but it helped me understand how and why a messed up person does something horrific.

One food you would never eat?

Meat.  BLECH!!  I became a vegetarian in 1976.

QUICK ANSWERS

Favorite place?
Santa Barbara, California

Best christmas present?
My Friesian horse calendar that I use every year

Favorite book?
Nineteen Minutes

Favorite author?
Richard Paul Evans

Favorite smell?
Puppy breath

Favorite series?
Right now?  Alcatraz

Nickname?
Mommy

Favorite writing spot?
In my backyard, under the table umbrella, legs propped up on a chair

Favorite movie?
Signs

Favorite dish?
Quesadillas

Favorite color?
Pink

Favorite quote?
If you don’t have an iPod, you don’t have an iPod

A bunch of small gifts or one big expensive one?
a bunch of small gifts

Your best trait?
listener

Your worst trait?
I get angry with my son

ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, I attended St. Mary’s College, studied my junior year at the University of Madrid, received my B.A. in Spanish at UC Santa Barbara then went on to get my Master’s degree in Education at Oregon State University.  I live with my husband and two teenage children in Alameda, across the bay from San Francisco, along with our two very large chocolate labs, Annabella and her son Jack.

My horse lives in the Oakland hills in a stall with a million dollar view.

AUTHOR ONLINE: Website | Facebook | Twitter


GIVEAWAY


Patricia will award a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour and to the host with the most comments (excluding the author's and the host's).

In order to enter this $25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway, please comment in this post WITH your email ID.  Anonymous comments are also accepted, as long as you put your name and email ID in your comments.  

Open INTERNATIONALLY!  Giveaway ends June 29th, 2012!

PLEASE SHARE THIS GIVEAWAY WITH YOUR FRIENDS!


120 comments:

  1. Puppy breath? (my goodness!) What a unique favourite smell, haha :)My best trait is listening as well! I haven't read your books, but that's probably because I focus on young adult books. Maybe in the future :D

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I would use the gift card to get soap. I obsessively collect soap, hehe :)

    -Kirthi
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    1. Hello Kirthi! I love Bath and Body Works which is where I just bought several pump hand soaps for all the bathrooms and our kitchen. I love the scents.
      Thank you for commenting and good luck in the contest!
      Patti

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  2. Interesting review--I love the way this book is starting out, so I'm sure I am going to get to read it. Santa Barbara is a beautiful place to live lucky girl. I to love the movie Signs, it was great. And by the way if by chance you should have Russell Crowe stopping by-- would you let me know--hang on to him, until I can get there. Sounds like a great book, and best of luck to you on your tour....Dianna Thomas@dlmwdavis@hotmail.com

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    1. Dianna, if I ever really got to meet with Russell Crowe it would give me much pleasure to hang onto him until you showed up! I'm sure you've seen Gladiator which is the movie that turned my focus on him many years back. I love that guy!
      Patti

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  3. The blurb sounds really interesting and setting seems beautiful.
    Thanks for the gift card.
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    1. Escapism Fanatic is a great name! That's exactly why I read books - to escape into other worlds. Good luck in the contest!

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  4. Oooh... juicy! I wonder what happens!! :)
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    1. Hi Pinky! If you want to know what happens and you have an e-reader, my book is only $4.99 at Musa, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Smashwords. Good luck in the contest.
      Patti

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  5. My first job was working in a Convent. An eye opener that's for sure!!

    I love the movie SIGNS.

    I'm looking forward to reading more.

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    1. Oh my lord, your first job was working in a convent? I would LOVE to hear more. Is there any way you'd be interested in e-mailing me about your experiences?
      Patti

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  6. Nicholas Sparks and Richard Paul Evan... I love both of them...Read most of the Sparks' books.

    Alone
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    1. Hi Alone! I've read all of their books and then I re-read them! And now the movies are coming out for Sparks' books, I think, and they're wonderful.
      Patti

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  7. SOunds like an great book!!! Jamie Clark at starryjlc@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Jamie! Thank you for reading this post and for commenting. Good luck in the contest.
      Patti

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  8. I'm not only a book lover, but I love movies too! Never heard of her favorites, so will be checking them out.

    Puppy Breath? LOL! I never thought I'd hear that answer to that question!

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    1. Yeah, I bet the "puppy breath" sounds weird to a lot of people. But I absolutely adore puppies and we've had two litters of chocolate labs in our lives here at home and man, what an experience!
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  9. What a great interview! I hadn't heard of this author or this book before, but I loved your questions! Although...Puppy breath? *wrinkles nose*

    Great interview, and great giveaway!

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    1. Hi Lauren and thanks for commenting! Yes, I know, puppy breath may sound a bit strange. However, I'm an animal lover/maniac and the two litters of chocolate labs we had here at home really endeared me to that scent!
      Patti

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  10. Great interview....and a great giveaway!!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Jes.
      Patti

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  11. The blurb definitely made me want to read more. It truly sounds awesome!
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    1. Thank you, Janiera, for your comment. I'm happy you liked the blurb.
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  12. The plot of your book is touching. I know a couple who lost a baby it it simply broke their hearts but they were able to overcome it by supporting each other. I cannot imagine such overwhelming grief. I would love to win this novel. Please enter me.

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    1. Hi! I don't actually know anyone who has lost their child at birth and it really must be a horrible experience. You are definitely entered in the contest. Thanks for commenting.
      Patti

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  13. After reading that excerpt, I'm anxious to know what happens next! Great review! I like the smell of puppy breath too.. and the smell of horses. LOL! Thank you for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi What's Beyond Forks. Nice name. And I think that people who like the smell of puppy breath are akin to those who like the smell of horses too! I love walking around the barn and breathing in the smell of the horses. It's a comforting scent, in my opinion.
      Patti

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    2. I agree it is a very comforting scent. Both scents are comforting. :o)

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  14. LOL I put great review.. I meant to type great interview!

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  15. Thanks for a great post :) It's always fun to "meet" new authors.

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    1. Hi Erin! I'm glad you liked the interview. Thanks for stopping by.
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  16. This story sounds so tragic. Sad things happen to good people, and I hope they are able to overcome all the problems and have a HEA.

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    1. Oh, yeah, Mom Jane, there is most definitely an HEA. All my books end on a happy note.
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  17. I have to agree about that puppy breath smell...yuk! Just not for me, but to each her own!

    Your books are all Women's Fiction right now. Do you have plans to write in any other genre? And if so, what genre would that be?

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    1. Hi Karen! My third book, Taken Away, is written in a male veterinarian's point of view and would be termed "men's fiction" IF there was such a genre. But because there isn't, it's just general fiction with romantic elements, I guess. My fourth book, though women's fiction, centers around a woman whose ex-husband is killed and it looks as if she and/or her son murdered him.
      Patti

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  18. Fabulous interview. Family drama books definitely seem to be trending right now.

    Wishing you the best,

    Cheryl

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    1. Hi Cheryl! And I must admit I did not know that family drama books were trending right now. If so, then perhaps I'm in luck because that's what I write.
      Thanks for commenting and giving me that tip.
      Patti

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  19. Patti - Every time I think of the baby dying, I decide I can't read this one. I know that's horrible, but it's just too sad for me to deal with right now. I hope I can get over it eventually, and I wish you huge success with this. And just in case, my email is vidamaemaynard at gmail (dot) com.

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    1. Hi Cordelia. I understand your feelings. I can only say that the death of her baby and the initial depression is only the very first small part of the novel. Other than that, it has a happily ever after and is fairly upbeat.
      Patti

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  20. I love Quesedillas too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi Diane! Ah, a kindred spirit! I eat my quesadillas with garbanzo beans inside or kidney beans or pinto beans. I've even been known to add popcorn! What a dork I am.
      Patti

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  21. Woo wee, that is some drama for your mama going on in that relationship.

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    1. Hi Kelly! I have never heard that expression ever! Drama for your mama? Can I use it? I love that kind of off-the-wall description of things.
      Patti

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  22. This sounds like an interesting read! I am going to add it to my summer list. Thanks for the review!

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    1. Hi Clancy! Thank you for reading the interview and review. I hope you like the book, if you read it this summer. It has a "happily ever after", by the way.
      Patti

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  23. Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult is one of my favourite books too - excellent read! I met her once at a book signing and she's a lovely lady too.
    I'd like to enter the competition please!
    Laura Besley - besley.laura@gmail.com
    Thanks & good luck with the book!!
    - Laura

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    1. That's so cool that you met Jodi. I would love to discuss how she comes up with the themes for her books. You're in the competition for sure - good luck.
      Patti

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  24. Puppy breath? YUCK! LOL...Love the nun aspiration. I, too, thought about it for a fleeting moment my freshman year in high school (a Catholic girl's school). I walked through the convent carrying some packages for a teacher. The convent was VERY nice. China on the table. Crystal wine glasses & wine. Private rooms. It seemed much more upscale than my home life.

    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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    1. Catherine, that is too funny about the inside of the convent. We were definitely not allowed to enter the convent for any reason and it made the nuns even more mysterious. That was when I was in Catholic grammar school, way back in the dinosaur days.
      Patti

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  25. I think it's so sweet you wanted to be a fireman! Love that you looked up to your dad =)
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  26. Thanks for the giveaway

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  27. thank you for the international giveaway!
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  28. Thanks for informing us of the giveaway.

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  29. Great giveaway!

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  30. Sounds like a very Interesting Book!

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  31. It does have a unique touch!

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  32. This book sounds intriguing and I look forward to reading it.

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  33. Great giveaway

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  34. 'A bunch of small gifts or one big expensive one?
    a bunch of small gifts'

    Definitely what I prefer as well! Sounds like a brilliant, well written read, really impressed with the excerpt!

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  35. Rebecca Kingston17 June 2012 at 11:38

    Great giveaway :)

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  36. thanks for the post
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  37. thanks for the content
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  38. Sounds like a very interesting book to match the interesting interview.

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  39. Wow, the blurb really touched me I can't imagine what the book might do.

    puppy breath Lol

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  40. Sounds good!

    Mariam M.

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  41. fab prize thanks
    kelly smith
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  42. please enter me
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    Jordan Smith x

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  43. lynn Ward

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    thankyou x

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  44. I love the blurb, I'm agree with you. In contemporary romance I'm attracted to those book I can relate to, and family issues are one of my favorite topics.
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  45. i enjoyed the interview and will be adding this to my TBR list

    catherine c

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  46. Sounds like a book that's going to have me in tears more than once, but definitely going on my wishlist.
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  47. Sounds a very intersting read... albeit a heart tugging one? Would love to read this. Havent read your books before.

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  48. this sounds good - everyone deserves a happily ever after mrsrachapman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  49. This is my kind of book gonna have to check it out
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  50. Count me in for the giveaway..I would love to win!

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  51. Seems like you have changed a lot in your blog..it looks good. Great giveaway.
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  52. I am in.
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  53. I loved your interview..it was fun.
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  54. Sounds great.
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  55. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  56. Great giveaway.

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  57. Great interview! The novel sounds good and I would like to read it.

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  58. Ganesh Kamaraj26 June 2012 at 05:54

    Great interview..I love the blurb of your novel.
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  59. Nice interview! It's so fun getting to know author's this way! Thanks for the review!

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  60. I love that she loves Debbie Macomber - i read one of her books last summer and really need to get back into reading to read more of her work!

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  61. Awesome Giveaway.
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  62. Really good review. Wish I could read more now to be honest!

    Carmen (cmcocggan@gmail.com)

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    1. Opps! that should have been cmcoggan@gmail.com - too excited I guess :)

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  63. How cool that she went to OSU! That's where my husband got his degree :-)
    Johanna Conser - info@mamachocolateblog.com

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  64. That sounds like its a great book. Caught my attention! misavings @ ymail .com

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  65. Nice interview and excerpt.

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  66. Great interview. Compelling subject matter, as losing a baby is probably among the most difficult experience a couple can endure. Sounds like a compelling read.
    Thanks for posting.
    Peace and good.

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  67. This sounds like an interesting book. I'm primarily a cat person, not dog or horse.

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  68. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  69. Another one I'm going to have to read!

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  70. Thanks for the giveaway !

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    -Angy

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  71. Amazing interview. Thank you heaps. Always love knowing more about authors :)

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  72. I like her favourite writing spot, I must say!

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  73. Sounds interesting :) Thanks for the giveaway!
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  74. I really think your book sounds very interesting. I also am a Nicholas Sparks fan he just writes things that touch your heart in places you didn't know existed. I too like the puppy breath I love puppies! I totally enjoyed reading the interview. I will be looking for your book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  75. Thanks for the give away!!

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  76. Great interview! Thanks!

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  77. Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy29 June 2012 at 08:17

    I like the way you write about real life issues. It's the kind of novel I prefer. And I'd love to sneak into your dinner party - great fantasy guest list!

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  78. Sounds very interesting. Going to have to add this one to the summer list, too!

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  79. Great excerpt and interview. Sounds like a touching story. Congratulations on your book, Patircia. Best of luck to you.

    Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway.

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  80. I agree with the others "puppy breathe" ICK!! Great interview and interesting read. If I ever start reading again I'll have to add this one to my list.

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  81. I gotta say... I love Nicholas Sparks as well :)

    Leigh Michael
    LeighMichaelBooks(at)gmail.com

    Best of luck, Patricia!

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  82. Oh, I know this book would make me cry - in a good way. andrea(dot)coventry(at)gmail.com

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  83. Hi, this sounds like a great book. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  84. thank you for the giveaway. my email is jaspersjunk08[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  85. Love to read. Thanks for this. My email: iambigred(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. CelticsDraftee29 June 2012 at 21:19

    Awesome giveaway! celticsdraftee(at)aol(dot)com

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  87. I'll have to look this one up and put it on the tbr list.


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  88. Thanks for the post!

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  89. interesting...thanks for the great review

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  90. Look forward to reading some more!
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  91. Thanks for posting the excerpt it sounds pretty darn good. Love Amazon nice giveaway!
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  92. Interesting, I'll have to add it to my wishlist.


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