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Enter to win some Fall New Reads. With fall in the air, you need to update your TBR stack by your bed—and we have the perfect reads for you! Check out Select, Moxie, All the Wind in the World and The Dire King. We know you will want them all!
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Enter to win (1) winner will receive a prize package consisting of: a new 2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71 customized by Richard Childress Racing, a Bad Boy Off Road Stampede 900 and Trailer, a Bad Boy Off Road Onslaught 550 ATV, and $50,000 cash, payable in the form of a corporate check. Truck customization includes Edelbrock Supercharger, roll bar system for truck bed, roll bar lights, fog lights, load lights, LED interior lighting, 4.5 Suspension Lift including Shock Package front and rear, Louvered Hood Vents, fender flares and side steps, black out window tint, black out grille and all chrome, Goodyear All-Terrain Tires; 20" inch black wheels – truck and trailer, stainless steel dual performance exhaust, custom gun rack, custom exterior graphics package, and custom interior decoration. Winner must accept the Truck "as is" and accept all parts of the prize. Approximate Retail Value of prize package: $161,200.
Enter to Win To Bee a Honey by Oyindamola Shoola. The constituents of Oyindamola’s reality as a young black female immigrant, have caused an explosion of feminist awakening in Oyin's heart and her readers are the lucky spectators who get to watch her bedazzle us with To Bee a Honey: a scintillating work of art. Throughout the work, we see influences of other powerful women of color such as Warsan Shire, Rupi Kaur, and Maya Angelou, albeit not with the author’s intention. We encounter a poet who does not only revel in the new-found confidence of her scribbling but also in the lush glow of her womanhood. What immediately strikes one upon perusing this work is its aesthetic beauty. This is not limited to the arresting visual images drawn up on the pages but also the arrangement of the lines; with carefully-planned alignments birthing creatively-shaped poems. A perfect example is a poem in this collection titled “The expression,” which relies more on the manner of presentation of the words to relay the message, than the actual self-contained meanings of the words themselves. The poems in To Bee a Honey are unlike what is found in many other poetry collections. They are drawings along the lines of the reader’s consciousness.
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Enter to Win Wedding Wipeout by Jacob M. Appel. Two elderly spinster sisters––Florence and Lorraine––have lived together ever since the death of their wealthy father, living on generous stipends provided in his will that continue until one of them marries––at which time that sister is cut off financially. The sisters’ family is shaken up when Florence invites them to her wedding. The morning after the wedding, Florence is found dead in her bed. Was it an asthma attack as her new husband and the police believe or did someone enter her room in the middle of the night and suffocate the old woman with a pillow? Local amateur sleuth Rabbi Jacob Kappelmacher is brought in to investigate the suspicious death. He soon discovers that all of the sisters’ relatives stayed overnight following the wedding and could have strangled the old woman in her sleep. So could have the bridegroom. But who did it? And why? With no money and no motive, why would anyone kill the old woman? Rabbi Kappelmacher begins his investigation by interviewing all of the interested parties, intent on figuring out the convoluted and devious crime––and the sinister culprit behind it.