Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Walnut Springs Press Month: Event Kickoff, About Walnut Springs, & Giveaway


Welcome to
Walnut Springs Press Month
at The Book Bug

During the months of September and October, the Book Bug is so excited to welcome Walnut Springs Press and its fabulous authors to a fun-filled event featuring author guest posts, interviews, reviews, and of course, giveaways! Each of 20 Walnut Springs fiction writers will be featured throughout the month. These authors represent genres ranging all the way from science fiction to Regency-era romance. Join us in for this fun event to learn more about the authors and their novels and have plenty of chances to win great books!


About Walnut Springs Press

Walnut Springs Press is an imprint of Leatherwood Press, a publishing company founded in 2004 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Beginning in 2008, Walnut Springs Press has published numerous titles in both fiction and nonfiction categories. In the span of just four years, Walnut Springs has produced four Whitney Award finalists, including The Route (Gale Sears), Illuminations of the Heart (Joyce DiPastena), No Angel (Theresa Sneed), and Pride & Popularity (Jenni James).

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Event Schedule

September 4: Event Kickoff and GiveawaySeptember 19: Spotlight on Joan Sowards
September 4: Spotlight on Donna HatchSeptember 24: Spotlight on Theresa Sneed
September 5: Interview with Donna HatchSeptember 24: Interview with Joan Sowards
September 5: Spotlight on Joyce DiPastenaSeptember 24: Guest Post by Theresa Sneed
September 6: Guest Post by Joyce DiPastenaSeptember 25: Spotlight on Deborah Weikel
September 6: Spotlight and Interview with Liz AdairSeptember 30: Spotlight on Laurie LC Lewis
September 7: Spotlight on J. Lloyd MorganSeptember 30: Guest Post by Laurie LC Lewis
September 8: Interview with J. Lloyd MorganOctober 2: Spotlight and Interview with Kelly Nelson
September 11: Spotlight on Anna Jones ButtimoreOctober 15: Review of No Escape by Anna Jones Buttimore and Giveaway
September 11: Spotlight and Interview with Susan DayleyOctober 16: Review of The Keeper's Calling by Kelly Nelson
September 12: Spotlight and Interview with Ronda HinrichsenOctober 17: Review of No Angel by Theresa Sneed
September 12: Guest Post by Anna Jones ButtimoreOctober 18: Jane Austen Week - Kickoff and Giveaway
September 13: Spotlight on Marie HigginsOctober 19: Jane Austen Week - Spotlight on Jenni James
September 16: Spotlight and Interview with Carole WarburtonOctober 20: Jane Austen Week - Review of Pride and Popularity by Jenni James
September 16: Spotlight and Interview with Stephanie HumphreysOctober 21: Jane Austen Week - Interview with Jenni James
September 16: Spotlight on Angie LofthouseOctober 22: Jane Austen Week - Review of Northanger Alibi by Jenni James
September 17: Guest Post by Angie LofthouseOctober 23: Jane Austen Week - Spotlight on Tristi Pinkston
September 17: Review of Cold River by Liz AdairOctober 24: Jane Austen Week - Guest Post by Tristi Pinkston
September 18: Spotlight on Wanda LuceOctober 25: Spotlight and Interview with Tanya Mills

September 18: Spotlight on Betsy LoveOctober 26: Wrap Up Post
 
 Giveaway
 
As part of this event, Walnut Springs Press is generously donating 4 fantastic novels by Walnut Springs authors for a giveaway including The Keeper's Calling by Kelly Nelson, Lydia by Wanda Luce, Defenders of the Covenant by Angie Lofthouse, and Dangerous Favor by Joyce DiPastena. There will be 2 winners. The first winner will receive their top 2 choices of books. The second winner will receive the remaining 2 books.
 
All you have to do to enter this giveaway is leave a comment any of the event posts. (See above for the full event schedule.) The more posts you comment on, the more entries you have into the contest!

 

4 comments:

  1. Wow, that's a lot of authors to spotlight! I've read and enjoyed many books published by Walnut Springs and look forward to learning more about some of their authors!

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  2. What a fun contest. I didn't know Walnut Springs was the publisher for some of these books. I loved "Pride and Popularity." I look forward to reading more of these books.

    Cheryl(dot)larson(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  3. Sounds like lots of fun posts. I'll have to check them out.

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