Monday, August 1, 2011

Win a copy of Valerie Nieman's "Blood Clay"


In her latest novel, "Blood Clay," Valerie Nieman writes of a North Carolina community torn apart by tragedy. Trying to escape the wreckage of her divorce, Tracey Gaines has moved to rural Saul County, NC, and become a teacher at an alternative school. But then a tragic event -- and her testimony about it -- divide the community.

Nieman, who lives in Greensboro, will give a reading at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at Park Road Books, 4139 Park Road.

And this week, I'm giving away an autographed copy of the book that author Ron Rash calls "profoundly moving and beautifully written." Leave a comment here, and I'll choose a winner on Wednesday. Be sure to give me some way to identify you -- not just "anonymous."

8 comments:

skkorman said...

I would love to read this book—thanks for the opportunity!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

FayeRD said...

I'm leaving a comment in the hope of winning a copy of what sounds like a great book. Thanks! - Faye

FayeRD said...

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MichaelProcton said...

Sounds like an interesting read with a lot of depth. Sign me up!

petite said...

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traveler said...

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dlhaley said...

This book sounds like a great read.

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Regina said...

Sounds like my kind of book. Love novels with a North Carolina connection. Thanks for the opportunity to win a good read.