I have a great book to spotlight for you today! It’s called Megan’s Way by Melissa Foster. I’m going to be reviewing Megan’s Way in September and having Melissa visit the blog as well but the opportunity arose to share this wonderful book sooner with my readers so I took it! Let’s learn a bit about the book and be sure to check out the giveaway later in the post!
About Megan’s Way by Melissa Foster
In Melissa Foster’s riveting and emotionally powerful novel, MEGAN’S WAY (Outskirts Press), we are introduced to a cast of characters so real and so flawed that you will not only feel you know them, you will feel a part of their lives. With over four pages of five-star reviews on Amazon, MEGAN’S WAY is quickly becoming one of the most talked about books this year. It is a sweeping story of love, loss and the power of forgiveness.
When Megan Taylor, a single mother and artist living on Cape Cod, receives the shocking news that her cancer has returned, she’s faced with a life-changing decision, a decision that will have a powerful impact on the life of her only daughter Olivia and her best friends Holly and Jack. Megan’s illness reawakens the torment of her best friend, Holly Townsend, whose long-held secrets and years of betrayal come back to haunt her. How does one choose between a daughter and a life-long best friend? Can the secret she has been keeping be revealed without destroying the lives of everyone she loves? Meanwhile, fourteen-year-old Olivia’s world is falling apart. She finds herself acting in ways she cannot understand, becoming a shadow of her former self. When her internal struggles turn to dangerous behavior, even the paranormal connection she shares with her mother might not be enough to save her. MEGAN’S WAY is a journey of self-discovery and heartfelt emotions, exploring the depth of mother-daughter bonds, and the intricacies of friendship.
The emotional reaction MEGAN’S WAY has sparked in readers is unprecedented. Earning rave reviews from readers everywhere, this powerful and emotionally resonating novel is taking on a life of its’ own. Having recently been acquired for film adaptation, MEGAN’S WAY is forcing people to ask important questions, face difficult issues and recognize the beauty of truth.
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About Melissa Foster
Melissa Foster is the award winning author of two novels, Megan’s Way and Chasing Amanda. She is the founder of the Women’s Nest, a social and support community for women, and is currently collaborating in the film production of Megan’s Way. Melissa hosts an annual Aspiring Authors contest for children, she’s written a column featured in Women Business Owners Magazine, and has painted and donated several murals to The Hospital for Sick Children in Washington, DC. Melissa is currently working on her next novel, and lives in Maryland with her family. Melissa’s interests include her family, reading, writing, painting, friends, helping women see the positive side of life, and visiting Cape Cod.
Coming September 2011: Women’s Literary Cafe, an extension of The Women’s Nest, will promote the writing community, bridging the gap between readers and authors. The Women’s Lit Cafe will offer free promotions to authors, reviewers, bloggers, and editors–bringing readers, authors, and author services together under one umbrella in a free, easily navigable venue.
I have 3 copies of Megan’s Way by Melissa Foster to share with my readers! To enter…
- For 1 entry leave me a comment with your email address (no email, no entry).
- For 2 entries, follow my blog. If you already do, thank you, and please let me know in your comment so I can pass the extra entry on to you as well.
- For 3 entries, blog or tweet this giveaway and spread the word!
This giveaway is open to US & Canadian residents only (no PO boxes) and I will draw for the winners on Saturday, September 10/11. Good luck everyone!
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