Friday, February 4, 2011

"Under the Mercy Trees" author in Charlotte; win her book


Asheville's Heather Newton is getting great reviews for her debut novel, "Under the Mercy Trees," the story of a prodigal son who returns to his N.C. home when his older brother mysteriously disappears from the family farm.

She'll be in Charlotte for a reading and book signing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15 at Providence United Methodist Church 2810 Providence Road.

But first, I'm giving away a copy, If you'd like to win it, post a comment on this blog with your name or some way to identify you -- not just "anonymous."

Then, make sure to check back on Monday, Feb. 7, when I'll randomly select a winner. Want to know more about the book? Check out the Observer's review.

25 comments:

Druvy said...

Would love to win a copy of this book! It sounds like a great read and a book that I could identify with.

Drew G.
Charlotte, NC

Anonymous said...

Would love to win a copy of this book. It is exciting to read more books with settings in North Carolina.
David F.
Charlotte, NC

nolagras said...

This book could provide the method of introducing North Carolina to members of my reading group who haven't grown up with furniture factories, hosiery mills, Baptist churches, and secrets that we realize were always lurking in the shadows.

chrislocklear49 said...

I see myself in this book for meny years I live away. lost contact with family. Then a call I made turn my life upside down. Here I was back in NC
Thank you for opening my eyes once more.

chrislocklear49@yahoo.com

Lynne Stevenson said...

This theme rings very true in many families today. I would love to read this book because I can relate to it like a lot of others out there without any real biological family left.

Lynne Stevenson, Bennettsville, SC

Joe Ingram said...

Would like to give this new writer a read, especially since the setting is so close to home on so many different levels. Joe

Anonymous said...

Would love to win a copy of this book, too. I have started a read club with a few friends in my community. And I would love to read this book for our new group, its only three of us now, but I know in my heart it will grow. And reading this book is a great start.

Gavora J
Charlotte, NC

Diannthus said...

I am not from here originally, but I will be the first to admit that Southern literature is the best!
Dianne,
Charlotte

Anonymous said...

Would love to read this book!

Audra H.

Kathy S said...

would love to win a copy of this book and read it. Sounds very interesting.

Kathy S
Charlotte, NC

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a wonderful read and story

Dennis J.
scmissionary@comporium.net

Cindy J. said...

I would love to read this book.

Cindy J.
cy35772@yahoo.com

Marla said...

Love a True Read kind of Book. Being that you are an author from Asheville NC is great. I have family in Tuxedo/Hendersonville!

Tracey said...

The book review caught my attention. I would love to read the book. Thanks for sponsoring a give-away.

Tracey
do_the_beach@yahoo.com

Tracy said...

A local author with a local setting and great reviews, who wouldn't want a copy? Thanks, Tracy
troop1120@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love to read and watch things that something to do with NC. It may have some of the history about NC.


Brenda, Charlotte

Carolyn said...

Thanks Pam for offering a free copy of your book. It's always wonderful reading novels about local families from local authors. Fiction or not.

Carolyn S
Lenoir NC Surrounded by the
Blue Ridge Mountains

Robin said...

I would love to win a free copy of this book. I love reading regional fiction about North and South Carolina, and soak up all novels I can get my hands (and eyes) on.

St Matthews said...

Would love to read the book. I enjoy both regional books and mysteries.

crmdvm said...

I like books by regional authors.

JAYDED DREAMS said...

I would like to win a free copy of the book please. Thanks!

Mary H.
Charlotte

Anonymous said...

Love reading! please add me.

debbie fore
gastonia, nc

hnb said...

Sounds like a wonderful book. I enjoy reading new authors and stories in places I'm familiar with.

Heather

Anonymous said...

Would love to read this! Pick me, pick me!

Linda E.H.
Charlotte, NC

DBC said...

AWESOME IDEA!!! Post to WIN!!!! Why not BEG!!! PICK ME!!!!