Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Win FREE Books!

Special September Offer
A Draw to WIN two Books!

Purchase a copy of
"Horse On The Loose" by Sara Dudenhoeffer



And be entered to win a copy of
"Saving London" and "Sarah's Promise"
written by Opel Johnson of PumpkinHead Publishing
and illustrated by Sara Dudenhoeffer




All of these books are self-published by the authors. You are not supporting some big faceless publishing company by purchasing these books, you are directly supporting the author and artist involved with the creating of these books.

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"Saving London" and "Sarah's Promise" are written for ages 9 - 14 (approximately), and are great reads for avid horse lovers. They are the first two books in a series about a young girl named Sarah and her special relationship with a beautiful horse named London's Girl.

"Horse on the Loose" is written for a slightly higher reading level but is enjoyable for all ages. It follows two young teens, Jesse and Danielle who live in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. It is the first book of a series of books called, The Pinto Mountain Series. This series of books deals with heritage, growing pains, horses, environmental issues, and more.

The great thing about all three of these books is that they have GLOSSARIES in the back where a lot of the farm lingo, horse terms, and "big words" are explained... which is great for those horse lovers out there who are itching to learn more about their favorite animal!

Why am I posting this ad in my blog?
Because I'm the Sara who wrote "Horse on the Loose" and who illustrated "Saving London" and "Sarah's Promise"... please support me and purchase a copy of my book! Thank you :)


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The draw for the two books will happen October 1st
So, if you're considering purchasing "Horse on the Loose",
now is a great time!!

Go to http://borroweddreams.net/ to order
and please tell your friends!!

2 comments:

Jules said...

OMG Honey! Okay, I've known you illustrate and are quite an artist for some time now, but this never occurred to me. We need to talk, because I have some children's stories that I have authored and always wanted to do something with but am in need of illustration for. I have no idea what the steps are, but perhaps you can help me go in the right direction, and help me with the illustrations. It's not something I'm in a massive hurry to do, but since I've seen this, I just had to mention it to you! Next time we're together, do you want to chat about it?

Mrs. Dude said...

defintely! i'm always looking for more illustrative projects!