Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Indie Author Giveaway Hop - International

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Today's blog hop giveaway is featuring self-published books and at the end of this post, we'll be giving away an e-copy of Abimbola Dare's The Small Print. I read parts of the book on the author's blog and was excited when she decided to self publish. Because I had done it myself, we had several long chats and I was amazed at Bimby's can-do spirit. When the book was released and I read it, I was further blown away.


About the book - My review

The Small Print is an amazingly fast read, with loads of suspense that kept me guessing till the end. Even though this is a Christian inspirational novel, there is no loud preaching voice shoving memory verses down the reader's throat. The author uses her characters as marvellous works in progress to illustrate the message of the book, which is that the word of God stands the test of time and will deliver those who believe in it during times of trouble.

The main characters in the book (they're the ones on the cover) are so true to life that it is easy to get totally engaged in their miseries as well as their triumphs. Wale is a Nigerian immigrant into the UK and is ready and willing to do anything to remain in the country rather than return to his ailing mother and sister in the slums of Lagos. Sade is a beautiful young Nigerian woman hemmed in by her older husband's insecurity and her own childlessness. Jennifer is a British woman whose first mistake is falling in love with Wale when all he wanted was a marriage of convenience.


How the lives of these characters collide, what mistakes they make, and the lessons we can learn from them is what you have to read this book to find out.

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This giveaway hop is hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Krazy Book Lady. Check out the other blogs participating below.







11 comments:

  1. Thank you for entering me. I would love to read it.

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  2. I have read "The Small Print" and will sincerely give it five stars!!! The plot, use of words and suspense was IT. Bought the kindle version off Amazon because the synopsis sounded interesting and did not regret it!

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  3. The Beautiful Code by Sadie Hayes

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  4. I have read Jackie Channel's book A Hustler's Promise.

    Thank you,

    Ollie Moss
    ollimo91@aol.com

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  5. Never even heard of the writer.
    will love to read her
    How is the leg?

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  6. I enjoyed Beneath the Dune by Walter Ramsay.

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  7. Sounds like an interesting, if complicated situation.

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  8. Melanie Nilles is a cool author I've recently read.

    frenchcanadienn(at)hotmail(dot)com

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