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message 1: by Jasmine, Gatekeeper of Giveaways. (new)

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Our newest giveaway is for the book Shannon's Revenge by D.B. Woodling. For this book there are 5 signed copies open to residents in the U.S. Winners are asked to give a review upon completion of the book.

The giveaway will be held from today, August 27th, until October 10th. Winners will have 48 hours to send me their information. After 48 hours they will forfeit their win. New winners will not be drawn. Failure to claim your win may result in disqualification from future giveaways.

Happy reading!

A standalone novel, SHANNON'S REVENGE was inspired by the Dakota Pipeline controversy and is based on a heartbreaking and horrific historical event. Set in 1876, this suspenseful tale takes readers on an unforgettable journey from Missouri to Montana.

The Copperfield Review, a prestigious literary journal, chose to highlight an excerpt from the novel in the 2017 Spring Edition: (http://copperfieldreview.com/?p=3260).

In this sequel to Shannon’s Land, failing crops, temperamental horses, a ruthless banker on a murderous rampage, and unrequited love take a backseat.

Tired of defeatist talk among his troops regarding the swelling number of Indians and their savagery, General George Armstrong Custer takes the hostiles' aggression and makes it his own. After discovering deserters within his ranks, and having embraced an unparalleled barbarism, he is determined these men die a death more excruciating than the one he’s got in mind for Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.

When Shannon Richards learns two infantrymen have strung up someone she loves, she hitches up her horse Sara, two Colt Peacemakers, a Winchester rifle, and a fury hell can’t contain. Shannon’s Revenge is a tale of love, loss, and loyalty that defies genre constraints.

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D.B. Woodling Read the most recent review: http://www.dbwoodling.com/shannons-re...

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