Matt Hader is running giveaways for his new crime thriller, Two-Seven Remainder. Each giveaway runs for a month, with five copies available to win in each.
Positive reviews have been pouring in for Pat’s debut novel. Red City Review calls it “fiction at its best.…a compelling narrative with complex characters”, and says “Cora’s depth of character growth throughout the book is a testament to Camalliere’s skill and writing prowess.”
Fran Lewis of Just Reviews perfectly sums it up: “Author Pat Camalliere gives readers much food for thought in a heartfelt, heart-breaking novel of two women who needed to find peace and understanding when dealing with family love, relationships and secrets.”
Enter to win one of 10 free copies of Forest High, now happening over at Goodreads.
“These aren’t your typical teacher stories. In the living and breathing world of brick, glass and glue sticks, we want our teachers to leave their real lives—their darknesses, their longings, their secrets and desires—back at their desks and locked in their lockers in the faculty room. But this is Bob Boone’s school. There is no safe place here for the containment of these things. The best Boone’s characters can do is take off their jackets at the door, empty the pockets of their pants—their shreds and crumplings, their histories and regret, their hearts and longings—stuff it all in the pockets and sleeves of their jackets, drape their coats over the backs of their chairs, and just like the rest of us, cross their fingers and pray to God that nothing falls out before the bell rings.” —Billy Lombardo, Author, The Man with Two Arms, Recipient of the 2011 Nelson Algren Award for the Short Story
Now on Goodreads, you can win a free copy of Campaign!: The 1983 Election That Rocked Chicago. Get an insider’s look at Harold Washington’s first campaign for mayor, one of the most historic elections in Chicago’s history!
Peter Nolan’s first book has been called “fine and engrossing and rollicking” by Chicago Tribune’s Rick Kogan and “a solid, workmanlike piece of journalistic history” by Publishers Weekly.