Hello friends! Today I am taking part in Ellen Harger's Strong Enough blog tour courtesy of Vade Mecum Blog Tours. I will be reviewing her book later this month, and I'm really looking forward to reading it. :) If you would like to win a copy of Ellen's book, the Rafflecopter is located at the end of this post. The giveaway is open internationally. Lots of ebooks and swag. Without further ado, may I present....
Starting over is hard.
And sometimes, you have to burn a few bridges to do it.
Whitney Brown is average--average intelligence, average height, average weight--but she wants to be someone new. To kick-start her rebirth, she wears formal mourning, a black veil and vintage dress, to a wedding in her hometown, Woods Cross, a community that treasures family values. Is it an attack on marriage or has she just gone bonkers?
Emboldened but lacking a plan, she forces her foot in the door of a radio station in Sundown. A small metropolis of nearly 150,000, Sundown is a notch of urban flair along the Midwest's Bible Belt.
Getting in proves to be the easy part and the anonymity of being a DJ suits her well. But off air (and in person), Whitney must stand up to Sadi, an angry feminist and the bane of her college years while an old friendship with her former roommate, Leah, devolves around a guy.
It's 2002 and the Midwest radio scene is changing. Just as Whitney hits her groove, the radio station undergoes its own identity crisis. But what rocks Whitney to her core is the moment the condom breaks. Her abstinence only background leaves her embarrassed and facing a difficult choice.
THIS OR THAT guest post
1. Spring or Autumn?
SPRING (BUT ASK ME AGAIN IN THE FALL)
2. Morning person or a night owl?
3. Coffee or Tea?
TEA BY DEFAULT. COFFEE IS HOT WATER BITTER BEAN JUICE
3. Luck or Fate?
4.Curly or Straight hair?
5.Music or books?
BOOKS (but that's a mean choice)
About the author:
Ellen Harger was born at the Air Force Academy in Colorado. As a military brat, she moved often during her childhood--something she never resented and continued as an adult. The constant starting over influenced her first published novel, "Strong Enough."
At 14, her family settled in Missouri as civilians, permitting Ellen to attend one high school. She stayed in the Midwest to attend a small liberal arts college, studying creative writing and art. After 11 years, she moved to Boston. While there, she continued to study creative writing in Cambridge. Ever willing to explore new places, she moved next to the San Francisco Bay area. After 11 years away, and loving the symmetry, she returned to the Midwest to finish "Strong Enough." She has published a poem, "Guidelines," and released her novel as an e-book.
10 eBook copies and signed swag, opened internationally. Ends July 6th.
a Rafflecopter giveaway