Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Wednesday Promotion And Giv

Be Sure to Leave a Comment and your email address for a chance to win one of the two books she's giving away. These are short books and if you win, you may have yours in whatever format you wish.
 
Blurb:
Abby Palmer’s four-year-old son, Caleb, has been kidnapped by a serial murderer dubbed as “The Grinch.” She has been instructed not to involve the police or her son will be murdered immediately. It is twelve days before Christmas and the countdown has begun. Tick. Tock.
 
When Abby is forced to seek help, she turns to the one person she can trust. Caleb’s father, Chance Taggert, the man she once loved, but who doesn’t know about Caleb.
 
Chance has left the police force because he is haunted by the deaths of innocent children at the hands of “The Grinch,” and his inability to catch the serial murderer.
 
Now he learns he has a son–a son who is in the hands of the man Chance has never been able to catch. Tick. Tock.
 
 
 
Bio:
Carol Ann Erhardt began her writing career in 2006 writing for the secular market. She found she didn’t like conforming to their guidelines. After publishing two romantic suspense novels, she switched gears and wrote her first inspirational romantic suspense. Since then all her writing has been geared to the Christian market. She is an active member of her church and crochets prayer shawls for the women’s prayer shawl ministry. In addition, she cares for twelve feral cats providing food, water, and shelter. All these felines have been spayed/neutered through a trap and release program. In her spare time, Carol Ann enjoys walking on her treadmill while writing her books. Editing is done sitting on a balance ball at her desk. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers.
 
 
 
Blessings

2 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

you are invited to follow my blog

Carol Ann said...

Good morning, Caroline! Thank you so much for hosting me this morning. I'm looking forward to meeting new readers and giving away two copies of "Countdown to Christmas."