Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway: THE LAST APRIL book box

Happy official launch day for THE LAST APRIL! I’m so excited to share this book with friends, family, and co-workers at my Columbus book launch party on April 15th. For those of you unable to attend in person to enter the event raffle and potentially win a copy of the book, continue reading.

1865 Civil War (2017)
YA Sweet Drama

One lucky contestant will win a book box that includes a free print copy of THE LAST APRIL as part of my participation in the Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza giveaway blog hop. The Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza blog hop is a great opportunity to win prizes by hopping between author / reader blogs and entering their contests.

To win a free book box complete with a signed print copy of THE LAST APRIL, please enter using the Rafflecopter below on April 15th – 30th. Not sure you want to enter this giveaway?

Here is the back cover blurb:

Spontaneous, fifteen-year-old Gretchen vows to help heal the nation from the recently ended Civil War. On the morning of President Lincoln’s death, Gretchen finds an amnesiac Confederate in her garden and believes this is her chance for civic goodwill.

But reconciliation is not as simple as Gretchen assumed. When her mother returns from the market with news that a Confederate murdered the president, Gretchen wonders if she caught the killer. Tensions between her aunt and mother rise as Gretchen nurses her Confederate prisoner, revealing secrets from their past that make Gretchen question everything she knows about loyalty, honor, and trust.

The Last April is an entertaining, thoughtful novella of Ohio after the Civil War, meant to encourage readers to reflect on themes of fear and hope in uncertain political times.

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If you want another chance to win a print copy, you may also enter the Goodreads Giveaway for THE LAST APRIL.

20 thoughts on “Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway: THE LAST APRIL book box

  1. I’ve been in the mood to read more historical fiction recently, and when this one came on my radar, it caught my attention. I haven’t read much Civil War era fiction before, and I love that it’s a novella so it’s short enough for me to read it to students during 1:1 instruction.


  2. I am a big reader of all kinds of historical/military fiction. I remember my teacher reading Johnny Tremaine aloud and I was hooked from that point.


  3. I am always looking for books to use at two libraries, especially now for their use as prizes in the summer reading program. Stacypilot at yahoo dot com


  4. I would love to read The Last April because I like historical novels with strong female characters.


  5. It’s been a while since I’ve read a historical fiction, it sounds like it’ll be interesting


  6. My favorite genre is historical fiction and this sounds great. superneena1@outlookdotcom


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