Hello readers! I hope you enjoyed my second installment of Top 10 Tuesday. Visit again next Tuesday for another Top 10 list! For now, though, I wanted to share with you the Novel Publicity discussion event with highly acclaimed author Jodi Day on Goodreads with huge prizes available. And join me back here on the blog tomorrow for the final day of Stephanie Fleshman’s Render blog tour–and don’t forget to enter in the giveaway for those huge prizes, too!
Support an awesome author and enter to WIN a Kindle Fire, a $50 Amazon Gift Card and an autographed copy of The Midwife’s Revolt
We’ll be doing an event every hour on the hour with prizes throughout as well as a day long giveaway for a Kindle Fire! Each event will have clues for extra entries so check back in often. So hop over to GoodReads between 10AM and 8PM EST! Come back throughout the day to get more inside info about Jodi, The Midwife’s Revolt and have some fun!
The Midwife’s Revolt is rated 4.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon this novel is rich in detail, character and intrigue! The Midwife’s Revolt takes the reader on a journey to the founding days of America. It follows one woman’s path, Lizzie Boylston, from her grieving days of widowhood after Bunker Hill, to her deepening friendship with Abigail Adams and midwifery, and finally to her dangerous work as a spy for the Cause. A novel rich in historical detail, The Midwife’s Revolt opens a window onto the real lives of colonial women.
“A charming, unexpected, and decidedly different view of the Revolutionary War.”
— Publishers Weekly
We have a lot of fun things planned So come on over!
|10am||10 things you didn’t know about Jodi|
|11am||Trivia Game #1|
|1pm||Picture Caption Contest|
|2pm||Excerpts -w/ Discussion Questions? #1|
|3pm||Trivia Game #2|
|4pm||Excerpts w/ Discussion Questions? #2|
About the Book: The Midwife’s Revolt takes the reader on a journey to the founding days of America. It follows one woman’s path, Lizzie Boylston, from her grieving days of widowhood after Bunker Hill, to her deepening friendship with Abigail Adams and midwifery, and finally to her dangerous work as a spy for the Cause. Much has been written about our founding men. But The Midwife’s Revolt is unique in that it opens a window onto the lives of our founding women as well.
About the Author: Jodi Daynard is a writer of fiction, essays, and criticism. Her work has appeared in numerous periodicals, including The New York Times Book Review, The Village Voice, The Paris Review, Agni, New England Review and in several anthologies. She is the author of The Place Within: Portraits of the American Landscape by 20 Contemporary Writers (W. W. Norton). Ms. Daynard’s essays have been nominated for several prizes and mentioned in Best American Essays. She has taught writing at Harvard University, M.I.T., and in the MFA program at Emerson College, and served for seven years as Fiction Editor at Boston Review. The Midwife’s Revolt is her first novel.