Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Book Giveaway! Sisters, Strangers, and Starting Over

I'm hosting a book giveaway on behalf of Hachette Book Group.  There will be three winners, who will each win a copy of Sisters, Strangers, and Starting Over by Belinda Acosta. 

Beatriz Sánchez-Milligan is shocked when her 14-year-old niece, Celeste, stumbles into her 25th wedding anniversary party. Celeste reveals that her mother, Perla, has died and that she has nowhere else to go. Beatriz immediately takes Celeste in - a decision that troubles her husband, Larry, who remembers that wherever Perla went, trouble followed. He worries his wife is rushing in without having all the facts. Undaunted, Beatriz begins to plan a quinceañera for Celeste; but the party planning doesn't comfort Celeste, nor does it ease Beatriz's pain.  -Hachette Book Group

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To win a book, please comment here by July 31, and share your thoughts on sisters, whether you have sisters or not. When you comment, please leave an email address or link to a site where you can be contacted. Winners must be US or Canadian residents. No PO Boxes please. Winners will be selected and announced on August 1.


Sunny Dreemz said...

I had one sister, but she died 15 years ago. I still dream about her a lot. In my dreams, she's still alive and 15 years older. In my sub conscience then, she must be very much alive. Thanks for the giveaway!

Marjorie said...

I have a wonderful sister in British Columbia and everytime we
talk it like she is sitting beside me, goodtimes and badtimes will never come between us.
I would love to win this book.

cenya2 at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I have a sister; we're not close anymore.


Anonymous said...

I don't have a biological sister (or brother for that matter) but I am truly blessed with a few friends who fill the void. I really wish I did have a sister.

Cassy said...

Sunny Dreemz and "Anonymous" - I thank you for commenting, but please leave an email or site link where I can contact you!

Beverly said...

Sisters are wonderful.
Despite our age differences and not living in the same part of the US for the last 43 years my sister and I are kindred spirits.