Sunday, September 19, 2010

Win an autographed copy of Price of Truth by Susan Marlow HERE!

Since we started our homeschool journey many years ago, we’ve had opportunity to get to know some amazing people.  Some come into our lives for a season, others are here to stay!  Such has been the case with author Susan Marlow.  I met Susan years ago, when I first started working for TOS as the E-Book Reviews Specialist in the Schoolhouse Store and when we both blogged at HSB.  perf8.250x11.000.indd My daughter Ashley has taken Susan’s writing class – Reach for the Stars – not once, but twice!  SFS_cover_193 My daughter Gracie appears on the cover of Book 4 of the Circle C Adventures – San Francisco Smugglers.

We’ve not yet had opportunity to meet Susan in person, yet we all consider her a friend – and long for the day when our paths might cross! 

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We are HUGE fans of Susan’s Circle C Adventure series and Ashley, Gracie, and I have all been quoted with endorsements in the books.  So, it is with great pleasure that I introduce you to book 6 in this wonderful series – Price of Truth . . .

3589 truth cover.indd Andi wants to surprise her mother with the perfect birthday gift. But working in town after school puts Andi in the wrong place at the wrong time. She witnesses a back-alley crime that places a beloved citizen at the scene. Will the price of telling the truth about what she saw be too high if it means losing Taffy forever?

 

If you’ve read the other books in the series, then you’ll definitely want to add Price of Truth to your collection.  If not, each book in the series works just fine as a stand-alone, so you can start with any book and easily relate to the characters. 

Andi Carter is one of my all-time favorite  book characters.  She is adventurous and fun-loving and always manages to pull herself out of her various scrapes with grace and a good attitude.  She’s a role model that you’ll pleased to introduce your  children to.  Though a female character, even your sons will enjoy reading about Andi’s adventures as she’s got a great deal of tomboy in her and finds herself in some interesting situations!

Be sure to check out the Circle C website for information on purchasing these great books (buy the whole set and save!)  While there, you’ll want to check out the FREE enrichment study guides available for each book.  All parents love these, but especially homeschool parents who are always looking for ways to expand the learning! 

I have one autographed copy of
Price of Truth
to give away!

Would YOU like to win?

Leave me a comment telling me what appeals to you about this book, or this series.  All entries will go into a random drawing and one winner will be selected at noon next Thursday, the 30th. 

Want more ways to win?  Do any/all of the following.  Be sure to leave a separate comment for each thing that you do, please.  (more comments = more chances to win).

  • Post about this contest on your blog with a link back to this post.  (leave 3 comments for this)
  • Post about this contest on your FB page with a link back to this post.
  • Tweet about this contest.
  • Follow my blog.
  • Like the Circle C Adventure Series on FB (while there, check out the soon-to-be released Circle C Beginnings series for younger readers!)
  • If you’ve read this series of books, tell me which book is your favorite, and why.
  • Visit the Circle C website and tell me one thing you learned from the website.
  • Put my blog button in your sidebar.

That’s 13 chances to win! Good luck!

27 comments:

Debbie said...

Emily really enjoyed the Circle C book she read last year for the Crew review and would love to own another one!

Debbie said...

I follow your blog.

Tristan said...

I love that this series is set in a historical time period that interests my kids, and that it has boy and girl characters!

Tristan said...

I follow your blog with GFC.

Tristan said...

We've read Trouble with Treasure and it was fun!

Tristan said...

I learned there are lapbooks to go with the series - we love lapbooks!

Vickie said...

Love Susan Marlow's Circle C Books. We've been one of her reviewers for the last 3 books. Even my teenage son likes reading them....well, San Francisco Smugglers wasn't so appealing since it had all girl characters in it LOL Now, if you've never met Susan, how did Gracie's picture get on the front of that one? lol

Vickie said...

I follow you on GFC.

Vickie said...

I have you as a friend on FB.

Vickie said...

I don't have a favorite book from the series. I've loved them all. I believe Andi is a great Christian role model. You can see throughout all the books that even when this 12-13 year old tomboy gets into trouble/adventures...she still keeps God with her and turns to Him often throughout the stories.

Vickie said...

I follow Susan Marlow on FB too.

Vickie said...

Can't wait for the Early Readers and I'd forgotten about the study guides. I have them all downloaded now :)

Jennifer said...

We were first introduced to this series in a review on Amy's blog, and this was the first thing I purchased after reading a review. We got the first books for Emily for her birthday after that, then a friend gave us #5 for her this year, again for Emily's birthday. She has enjoyed the whole series and I would like to win this for her.

Jennifer said...

I follow your blog.

Jennifer said...

and I like you on Facebook.

Jennifer said...

And I like Circle C on Facebook.

One Mom said...

I have never heard of this series but it sounds like something my daughter would love!

One Mom said...

I follow your blog!

One Mom said...

I liked the Circle C Adventure Series on FB

One Mom said...

I visited the website and one thing I learned is that this is a wholesome series and now it is something else to add to the Christmas list. My daughter will love it!

One Mom said...

I liked your fb page!

aliveinspirit said...

We love that these books contain decent wholesome reading for our kids. The book Trouble with Treasure was one of our favorites to read from reviewing it for the Crew last year.

Kimberly said...

We so enjoyed the last one we read. Would love to have this one for a read-aloud.

Kimberly said...

I retweeted.

Kimberly said...

I follow your blog.

Kimberly said...

I follow you on twitter.

SisterTipster said...

I like the simple style and that it will appeal to a teen girl. My daughter LOVES to read! ;-))

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