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DAY 10 of 10 Days of Giveaways! Literature Bundle

Today's the last day and guess what? We have more giveaways than days!

So, today we'll have more than one giveaway!

Here's our first one:

Both volumes have 5 star ratings on Amazon!Visit the Amazon links (titles below) for a preview!


Annals of Wynnewood I, Shadows and Secrets by Chautona Havig


 AND Annals of Wynnewood II, Cloaked in Secrets by Chautona Havig literature for young adults.

About the author:
Biography
Chautona Havig began her love affair with words as a very young child. An early reader, she spent most of her childhood devouring books at the speed of a paper grocery bag full each week during summer vacation. Blessed with a vivid imagination, she often escaped into worlds of her own creation.

When asked about her first attempts at writing a novel, Chautona said, "The summer I turned thirteen, I wrote the most insipid, pietistic, self-righteous pile of wasted paper that anyone has ever attempted to put on paper. Looking back, I guess it was a good reminder of what I don't want to write! Twenty years later, in 2001, I suddenly felt compelled to write, and I haven't stopped since."

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