Monday, December 1, 2014

Just Don’t Take Her Chocolate!

Welcome to our "Five Golden Days" of Christmas celebration here at Write Integrity Press. We're co-hosting this event with our sister press, Pix-N-Pens Publishing. We'll have lots of fun posts on both blogs, on some of our authors' blogs, and even on our publisher's personal blog! (See the full list at the end of each blog post.) So grab come hot cocoa and come join the fun. We'll offer some free books during the week, and on Friday, we're having our annual Facebook Christmas Party, where we'll play some trivia, take reader questions for authors, and give away some party favors - hope to see you there!

Today, we'd like to feature one of our newest authors, Julie Arduini. We released her first book, Entrusted, earlier this month, and the reviews thus far have been delightful.

Here's one of the latest:

"If you enjoy a sweet romance in a quaint village, you'll love Julie Arduini's debut novel. She fills the town with delightful and insightful characters. The story has a good balance of humor, wisdom and love. Buy this book, wrap up in a warm blanket with a cup of tea, and snuggle in for a great read." ~ 5 Stars

From the back cover:

Jenna Anderson, sassy city-girl, plows—literally—into Speculator Falls with a busted GPS, arriving in town as the new senior center director. She has only one goal—that of belonging no matter how out of place she appears and how angry she makes town councilman and grocer Ben Regan.

Her new life is so rural there are no traffic lights, and when she learns her car isn’t equipped to handle the mountain terrain, Ben’s grandmother offers her late husband’s vehicle, further alienating the local businessman.

As she endears herself to the seniors at the center and creates a vision full of ideas, programs, and equipment, she ruffles Ben’s plans to keep Speculator Falls void of change, including the store his grandfather built.

The two work through community events and shared heartbreak only to face off in a town council meeting where Ben publically rejects her proposal for the senior center, causing Jenna to react out of her fears about belonging.

She returns to Ohio where she realizes she needs to surrender her plans for the center and fears about belonging and trust her Heavenly Father when facing fear, change, loss, and love.

If you'd like an autographed copy of the Kindle version, request one at Authorgraph!

Working with Julie has been five stars as well. She's hard-working, agreeable, and has the most delightful outlook on life. She's truly a blessing to all of us. But we've all learned one important thing about her that we must share:

Just Don't Take Her Chocolate!

The woman is a chocoholic, so consider yourself warned.

This afternoon, we'll add some more fun here and on all the blogs, so be sure to pop back in after 3:30 p.m. (Eastern time). And tomorrow, the fun continues!

Join more of the Five Golden Days of Christmas here:

Rare Rabbits in Bolivia  - Today's FREE Kindle book!
Fay Lamb: On the Ledge: Is that All?

Be sure to mark your calendar! We're having a Facebook Party on Friday, December 5, and you're invited! We're giving away books, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, a Nativity, gift cards, and more! 


Julie Arduini said...

I am SO guilty as charged. I learned on deadline, I'm even`more protective of my precious chocolate.

I love being part of the Write Integrity family. It truly is a family. Thanks for making one of the new "sisters" feel so welcome.

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Theresa Anderson said...

We must be soul sisters! A gooey, chocolate covered caramel square will boost me through any writer's block.

Julie Arduini said...

Now I'm hungry! :)

Tracy Ruckman said...

I think some chocolate may be trying to find its way into the giveaways on Friday!