Monday, November 18, 2013

book cover final selection and more!

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Excuse the first part of this post, in order to claim my blog on bloglovin I have to start my post with this link.I read a very good write on the Huffington Post about a book called The Wanderness that I wanted to share a link to it for those literature lovers out there. It caught my interest and just wanted to share it with you.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pietros-maneos/the-wanderess-by-roman-pa_b_4266847.html
CoverWebFrontBlockCoverWebBackBlockNow, back to the book cover contest. The Final selection into the finals is none other than:

She Joins the other six selections to the finals and the winner will be determined next week.










A little about the book!
Enjoying the peaks of life’s highest highs only to fall into depths of
life’s lowest lows, Johanna Fath-Koziol takes us through the experiences of
her life. We feel the pain and confusion of a young girl desperately seeking
the approval of parents in a household where hard work and discipline were
proof of love. She delivers us at the doorsteps of despair as a young mother
who discovers her newborn daughter dead in the crib. When she rescues
us with the joy of a second child, we are thrown into her teeth-gnashing
pain after her husband is instantly killed, and her second child crippled, in
a horrible automobile crash on the autobahn.
Writing in the poignant style as someone who has experienced life in its
many guises, Johanna wraps her story into the remarkable history of her renowned family.
She shows us her life as a woman born into privilege,
but starved for acknowledgement. A lifetime of high aspirations and self-denial seeking her
gifted father’s approval is stunted by abusive, unfaithful and sometimes cruel men.
Traveling to the United States in search of herself, Johanna finds the
demons of tragedy, betrayal, and self-mutilation – which torment her as a
young woman – follow her across two continents. The highs and lows that
come with a lifetime of seeking, self-discovery, and healing are Johanna
Fath-Koziol’s true life story. You can find out more at 
http://www.theivorycarversdaughter.com/
I wish all our finalist the best of luck in the finals. To bad only one can win!
Join me on http://www.marsocial.com/groups/lightning-chronicles/ for some conversation about SiFi and Fantasy books!                          Talk back, I'm Listening!