Softcover Release and a Giveaway!

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Yes! I know many of you have been waiting for the hard copy of God’s Daughter. Please know that my critique partner (Becky Doughty), my brother (Jon Day), and I have thrown ourselves into getting the best possible finished product out to you. I wanted something that looked as professional and “real-book” like as possible.

The books are priced at $12 and are 325 pages long. I’ve been thrilled with the way they look. You can check the photo at the top of the page for a close-up of the novel spine. You can buy it HERE on Amazon now! YAY!!!

To celebrate, I want to do a giveaway of one signed proof copy below! I’m also throwing in your choice of tea or coffee from my local coffee shop in West Virginia. I’ll do a two-week sign-up, since many of us have Thanksgiving coming up (I know you Canadian peeps have already celebrated!).

Here’s a front view of the novel…please ignore the crazy hair and bitten fingernails in these pics…

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Alrighty! Sign up below! The more stuff you follow, the more chances to win! And tell me if the Rafflecopter isn’t working right–my first time using it!

–Heather

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9 thoughts on “Softcover Release and a Giveaway!

  1. Thank you for the awesome giveaway, Heather! And congratulations on getting your book in paperback format (isn’t that such an exciting feeling??)! 🙂 It looks absolutely gorgeous – wonderful job to you, your brother, and Becky!

    From one self-pubber to another, rock on! 😉

    ~Amber

  2. Question- why is it that the various versions seem to differ in length so considerably? The advance readers version you very kindly emailed me (nearly finished) is 290-something pages, but according to Goodreads the Kindle edition is only 240 something, but the softback is 350 pages?

    1. Hi Bookish! The early reader version I sent you was formatted by a different service than the finalized Kindle version, and it was double-spaced, I believe. I have edited it somewhat before the finalized Kindle version, which is single-spaced. The novel is different as it’s a print version–so again, different line spacing/font. Don’t worry–it’s all the same story, just with tweaks and different spacing. I’ve also added a map to the finalized version. Hope this helps!

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