It’s time for the first giveaway ever here at Three Show Saturday!
Who doesn’t love free stuff?
Check out my review of South of Sunshine by Dana Elmendorf and then enter to win your very own copy of the book!
It’s free! Just show the blog some love by commenting, sharing this post, telling your aunt about the book, etc. 🙂 Contest opens today and closes at Midnight May 1, 2016.
Check out the Rafflecopter after the review for more info on how to enter. Earn up to three entries by completing each step. One winner will be selected from all the entries and the winner will receive one copy of South of Sunshine.
This is my first time using Rafflecopter so if you have any issues let me know.
Happy Reading and Good Luck!
South of Sunshine
Written by Dana Elmendorf
For Kaycee Jean McCoy, there are few things in Sunshine, Tennessee that she gets excited about, and boys certainly aren’t one of them. Her life consists of Friday night football, working at her Mom’s cosmetic salon, and hanging out with her best friends. Her life is predictable, boring, safe…until the new girl arrives. Bren is tall, beautiful, confident, and Kaycee finds herself drawn to her in a way that is both exciting and frightening. In a town where gossip abounds, church comes first, and anything outside the norm is forbidden, Kaycee might risk everything to discover her true self and find first love.
South of Sunshine written by Dana Elmendorf brings together many topics that will resonate strongly with teenagers. Themes of love, finding oneself, fitting in, and small town life are woven together beautifully by Kaycee’s entertaining and touching narration. Many teens know what it’s like to live in a small town and will understand all too well the adversity Kaycee faces by following her heart. While all teens will relate to the drama which abounds in high school. This book delivers a wonderful message of both accepting oneself and accepting others. The topic of teenage sexuality is handled with care by the author, resulting in a thought-provoking narration. Appropriate for teens due to some scenes of romance.
Thank you to Albert Whitman & Company for an advanced reading copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Follow this link to enter the giveaway (click the words “a Rafflcopter giveaway” not the web address below it):
Unfortunately I’m having trouble with the java script so the cute little Rafflecopter icon won’t show up here 😦 But follow the link and you should be able to enter.