September 2012 GraveTells Book Awards: See our (and your) top picks!
Congratulations to our September Book Award winners!
Below are the books and authors who have been selected for our monthly book awards, by the reviewers and the readers. Enjoy!
September 26, 2012
Giveaway (US/Int): Tidbits and Legend Shenanigans by Karen Michelle Nutt
Please help me welcome Magic of the Loch author Karen Michelle Nutt!
The First Sighting
The first sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was in 565 AD by St. Columba. He saw the creature twice in that year. Too bad there weren’t camcorders or digital cameras. We only have the stories passed down from generation to generation as testimony to this sighting.
August 24, 2012
Review: Magic of the Loch by Karen Michelle Nut
With a medical condition threatening her life, Michaela decides Scotland will be her final vacation. There she meets Alan, the Loch Ness Monster, and he believes she’s his soul mate. But besides her medical condition, there’s another threat looming, and they must survive this villain, or they won’t need to worry about the health issues Michaela faces and the curse Alan bears. A GraveTells recommended read!
Men In Uniform
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