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Friday, December 2, 2011

November Winner

November winner of the chapter critique goes to:


This month we are also awarding a query critique to the second place follower:


Send your respective pages to beccoff(at)nwmo(dot)net.

In order to win December’s contest, one submission to critique is necessary. Every submission and every comment counts one point each toward winning the prize at the end of the month. For December, the giveaway is to US addresses only.

December’s prize:

Killing Lincoln by Bill O’Reilly

This book covers the assassination that shocked our war-torn country.  Mr. O’Reilly gives a dramatic account of the tragedy told in the style of John Grisham. It compels the reader to see our sixteenth president as a man who rose to extraordinary heights even knowing of the threats to his life.

In this week’s posts, I highlighted Lincoln as one of my real life heroes. I can think of none better.


3 comments:

Tara Tyler said...

i have heard so many good things about this book!

and congrats to Brooke & Angela!

mshatch said...

I took a class on assassinations in American history and the section on Lincoln was very interesting.

Congrats to Brooke and Angela!

Angela Brown said...

Thanks for the opportunity for a query critique. I KNOW I can stand some serious help in that area. And congrats to Brooke for her win as well.