1 September 2011

Blues Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin Blog tour and Kindle Giveaway

To celebrate the release of Blue Skies Tomorrow, the final installment of the Wings of Glory series, Sarah is giving one lucky winner A Vintage Kindle Prize Package! 



About Sarah:
Sarah Sundin received the 2011 Writer of the Year Award from the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, and her second novel A Memory Between Us is a finalist for an Inspirational Readers' Choice Award. Her stories are inspired by her great-uncle who flew with the U.S. Eighth Air Force in England during World War II. 

Sarah lives in California with her husband and three children.  Visit with Sarah online at www.sarahsundin.com.







About the book:










Read what the reviewers are saying here.


One winner will receive:


* Kindle with Wi-Fi

* Handmade vintage apron for you and a friend (see a photo here)

* Blue Skies Tomorrow (for Kindle)

To enter just click one of the icons below. But, hurry, giveaway ends on 9/10. Winner will be announced on 9/12 at Sarah Sundin's blog. Details and official rules can be found when entering the contest.

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My Review:
This is book three of a series but I hadn't read the first two books and didn't find it a problem. It could be read like a single book. I enjoyed the story. I haven't read alot of books around WW2 so found this interesting. I know alot about the war from the Australian side but not as much from the American side and the  Air Force. Without giving anything away in this book I felt for Helen in the story her husband died a war Hero and his family have almost made a shrine to him and do not want her to move on. She wants her own life for her and her son we learn more about her story as the book goes on. Ray doesn't want to fight but loves flying but we see him head over to England for a combat mission. He has fallen for Helen but there are issues to be dealt with. This book deals with issues of low self esteem, guilt, and dealing with fears. I found this book riveting and made me think for days after reading this book. Excellent book.


Thanks to Litfuse for the review copy of this book.

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