Update: Congrats to Melody May. Because she helped us get the word out about Kristan’s new release & the way it will benefit Fisher House, Melody will receive a copy of my Stroke of Genius! Thanks, Melody!
My friend Kristan Higgins has a new release out tomorrow. It’s called The Best Man . I love Kristan’s brand of small town humor and bet you will too. Publishers Weekly hails it as one of the most anticipated books so far this year! But you have another reason besides a few hours of reading pleasure to run out and buy it now.
Since the hero is a veteran, Kristan’s going to donate a portion of the first week sales to Fisher House foundation. This worthy organiztion is like the Ronald McDonald house for military families, so they can be together when a member of the military (or military family) is in the hospital. One of Kristan’s generous readers has offered to match whatever she raises for Fisher House.
You can find The Best Man at your local bookseller, on Amazon, for your Kindle, Barnes&Noble and BAM. Remember the donation to Fisher House is based on the first week’s sales starting on February 26th!
Please help me get the word out about this! I’d love to see Fisher House benefit big time from our reading habits. In addition to buying The Best Man, here’s how you can help:
1. Leave a comment about Fisher House, military families or Kristan Higgins here AND do at least one of the following…
2. Post a link to this blog on your Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or Pinterest by clicking on the share buttons.
3. Share a link to this blog on YOUR blog.
4. Email the link to this blog to a reading friend.
Let me know how you’ve spread the word in your comment and you’ll be entered in the drawing for a Kindle version of my newest release–Stroke of Genius. I’ll give away one copy for every 10 comments, so you have a one in ten chance of winning!
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