Author Spotlight & Giveaway: Far From Over by Carol Gambill

Far From Over by Carol Gambill
Breaking Out Series, Book 4
Release Date: August 11, 2011
Editor: Julie Valin

Summary:

It was all that Matt Lamont could do in keeping his life separated from his past but now it seemed things were far from over. When a stranger, Autumn Reynolds, picks him up walking, alone and confused, along an country road, Matt is reluctant with the assistance that eventually brings him back to a life of meaning. But there happens to be a little matter of dealing with his failing memory of who he really is. When flashes of that memory start to return, they only tell of a seedy lifestyle and a past filled with torment and heartache. Autumn eventually helps link those pieces of that troubled past which bring him to the inevitable truth, but in the end, will Autumn be the one to ultimately suffer?

Also by Carol Gambill:

ONCE WILD

SERRANTO’S REDEMPTION

BRANNIGAN’S WAR

FAR FROM OVER (coming soon)

McEUEN’S SALVATION (coming soon)

COLORS UNVEILED (coming soon)

“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be
greater than your fear of failure.” ~Bill Cosby

CONTEST!

Good afternoon everyone,

I’m really excited because Carol Gambill is graciously providing one (1) lucky winner one (1) lucky winner with a copy of her new release Far From Home the fourth book in the Breaking Out series. The covers are delicious and the summary has definitely piqued my curiosity.

In order to be entered, all you have to do is leave a comment telling me which book intrigues you. Easy-Peasy! You can access Carol’s site by CLICKING HERE.

Now for the rest of the rules…
1. Must be or become a Google Friend Connect (GFC) follower of The Cafe
2. Must answer the question
3. Must leave your name and email address in case you win
4. Must have fun

Of course this is an overnight contest; therefore, you have until 6:00 PM (CST) on Thursday evening to leave a response in the comments section. The lucky winner will be selected using the True Random Number Generator from RANDOM.ORG.

Good Luck Everyone!

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16 Comments

  1. The whole series sounds amazing, but I’m most intrigued by Serranto’s Redemption–I’ve always loved redemption as a theme; this sounds like an incredible story!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net
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  2. The entire series sounds really good and I had a hard time picking my favorite. I think Brannigan’s War sounds so good.

    GFC follower – Sherry S.

    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  3. For that sexy cover alone I’d love to read Far From Home. Plus I’d love to know what’s happened to him to cause his wanderings.

    I’m a follower.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

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  4. Thanks for the interest in the “Breaking Out Series”. As for starting with the first book of the series, each book is all about “Breaking Out” of the situation that the hero has come to face; either by chance or a past thrown their way. So enjoy each story in its entirety! Since you all have been so gracious, I’ve also decided to throw in one copy of “Serranto’s Redemption” for giveaway. 😉

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  5. I’m most intrigued with “Far From Over.” Can’t wait to find out what happens when he recovers his memory.

    GFC follower

    janie1215 AT excite DOT com

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  6. Brannigan’s War!! Wow these all are so tempting, and it is hard to pick just one.

    GFC

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    nblack at twcny dot rr dot com

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  7. Once again, appreciation to everyone’s interest in the “Breaking Out Series” and good luck! :mrgreen:

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