This week Cindy Yee Kong and Alison Stone with Giveaway

» Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in Blog | 10 comments

Congratulations to Eliza for winning Stacy Henrie’s Hope at Dawn and to Britney for winning Winnie Griggs’s Lone Star Heiress.

This week I’m hosting Alison Stone with Critical Diagnosis and Cindy Yee Kong with The Eyes of the Lion (no giveaway). If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (July 13th) evening.

Critical DiagnosisAlison Stone’s bio:

Alison Stone left Buffalo, New York and headed a thousand miles south to earn an industrial engineering degree at Georgia Tech in Hotlanta. Go Yellow Jackets! She loved the South, but true love brought her back North.

After the birth of her second child, Alison left Corporate America for full-time motherhood. She credits an advertisement for writing children’s books for sparking her interest in writing. She never did complete a children’s book, but she did have success writing articles for local publications before finding her true calling, writing romantic suspense.

Alison lives in Western New York with her husband of twenty years and their four children where the summers are absolutely gorgeous and the winters are perfect for curling up with a good book—or writing one.

Besides writing, Alison keeps busy volunteering at her children’s schools, driving her girls to dance, and watching her boys race motocross.

Alison can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AlisonStoneAuthor. Her website is www.AlisonStone.com. Her twitter handle is @Alison_Stone.

Blurb for Critical Diagnosis by Alison Stone:

Her Personal Protector.

Researcher Dr. Lily McAllister has dedicated her life to finding a cure for a family disease and now, steps away from a promising new treatment, Lily is attacked. Only the training of army physician James O’Reilly can save her. As the would-be CEO of his family’s pharmaceutical company, James’s secret dream is to reenlist. But he can’t leave Lily with a bull’s-eye on her back. Nor can he stay and stop her from pursuing her goal. No one can, including the stalker who shadows her every move. Still, James has lost too many people he’s loved—and this time he refuses to lose Lily.

EyesoftheLionfrontcoverBio for Cindy Yee Kong:

Cindy Yee Kong was born in China and immigrated to New York City with her family in as a young child. She earned her sociology degree from Stony Brook University and built a career as a social worker. She wrote The Eyes of the Lion to inspire others to always persevere. When she is not writing, she loves to draw and spend time with her husband and pets. Cindy’s website is www.theeyesofthelion.com .

Blurb for The Eyes of the Lion by Cindy Yee Kong:

Cindy Yee Kong was a normal little girl living a normal, everyday life in Hong Kong-until a crippling genetic disease reshaped not only her body but her sense of self. She developed uncontrollable twitching and slurred speech, making even the most mundane daily tasks a challenge. Yee’s childhood was defined by an endless string of appointments, as doctor after doctor tried in vain to help her. Desperate, she and her mother moved to New York in the hope of a new life. There, she faced insurmountable pressure to adapt to a new country, culture, and language. Tragically, in a home still haunted by alcoholism, her life was tainted by physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse. After a horrifying attack left her body and heart shattered, Yee struggled with shame and fear. In 1995, she was finally able to put a name to her condition-dopa-responsive dystonia-and her long path of treatment began. From a young age, Yee felt that the only one she could count on was herself. But then, in the midst of her darkest days, she experienced the miracle of true friend’s compassion and was able to begin the slow crawl out of despair. Determined not to be a victim anymore, she devoted herself to her education, earning her degree in sociology from Stony Brook University. A former social worker, Yee shares her story of pain, fear, and optimism, hoping to inspire others to push through their darkest times, too.

 

 

 

10 Comments

  1. Margaret,
    Thanks for having me on your blog this week!
    Alison

  2. would love to win.

  3. Thank you for having me in your blog this week!

  4. These look like really good books. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of Critical Diagnosis.

  5. Critical Diagnosis sounds like a gripping suspense story. Please add me!
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  6. Very interesting selection this week.

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  7. Thanks for all the comments. 🙂

  8. Interesting list

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  9. Sounds like a real page turner. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  10. I’d like to be entered to win a copy of Alison’s book. LIS suspense books are so good.
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