It’s time to pick a title for my new WWII series – and for the first book – and you can help! I’m giving away books – winner’s choice of Anchor in the Storm (Book 2 in the Waves of Freedom series), When Tides Turn when it releases in March 2017 (Waves of Freedom, Book 3), OR this yet-to-be-named novel when it comes out in spring 2018.
Here are the rules of the game:
Leave a comment below with your idea(s) for the series title, the book title, or both. If you can’t leave a comment, send me an email with your suggestion. Contest ends Saturday, November 19 at 10 pm, Pacific Time.
There are two ways to win a book! First, I will randomly pick one entry from the comments – the winner will be announced here on my blog on Monday, November 21. Second, if Revell Books picks YOUR entry as the official series or book title, I’ll enter you in another drawing, with one winner for each title! These second winners will be announced with the title announcement early in 2017.
One fateful night drove three brothers apart.
One fateful day thrusts them together…D-Day.
The three-book series follows three estranged brothers in the events leading up to D-Day. My working series title is Brothers of Liberation.
One fateful night of tragedy and betrayal drove the Paxton brothers apart. Now, as D-Day approaches, they battle the Nazis on the sea, in the air, and on the ground. Three women capture their hearts—a British naval officer striving for acceptance, a Red Cross volunteer searching for purpose, and a librarian longing for family. Will the battles they face lead them to redemption . . . or destruction?
Betrayal as deep . . .
Love as mysterious . . .
As the sea before them.
Working Title: The Sea Before Us
In 1944, American naval officer Lt. Wyatt Paxton arrives in London to prepare for the Allied invasion of France, determined to redeem himself with the brothers he has betrayed. Dorothy Fairfax serves as a “Wren” in the Women’s Royal Naval Service, striving for the love of her bereaved father and of the man she’s always adored, Lawrence Eaton. When Wyatt and Dorothy work together on Allied plans for D-Day, he hopes Dorothy will return his growing love. But will family secrets, misplaced affections—and the seas off Normandy—separate them forever?
Here are some guidelines:
No credit for using my working titles listed above – although you can tell me if you like them!
For the book title, I’d like to use the word “sea” or a similar word, so I can use variations of “air” for Book 2 (a pilot) and “land” for Book 3 (an Army Ranger).