Counter "cANCEL CULTURE"

with stories of FAITH, COURAGE AND SACRIFICE 

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Enter Now for Your Chance to Win heart-STIRRING Stories of the Pacific War

GRAND PRIZE: Four gripping novels of the Pacific War--signed copies!

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ECLIPSE OF THE RISING SUN

Poignant short fiction by AWARD-WINNING CHRISTIAN AUTHORS
Murray Pura and Linda Thompson

Random drawing will be held October 12, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. Pacific time.
As a thank you for entering, all who register will receive a free copy of Eclipse of the Rising Sun, with short fiction from two award-winning authors.

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ECLIPSE OF THE RISING SUN:

TWO heart-stirring short reads by award-winning authors

 

Black Sand

Murray Pura

1949: Now we call it PTSD. In the past it was "shell shock" or "combat fatigue." Three men returned from the war in the Pacific but they could not shake it. It would take the women who loved them to bring the healing that would make them whole.
"Unforgettable short story!" - Zanne Dyer

 

A Matter of Mind and Heart

Linda Thompson

1944: Recruited from an internment camp for Japanese Americans, army linguist Rich Takahashi grapples with a key question. Why should he put his life at risk for an America that robbed him of his future, and his family and his sweetheart of their freedom? What makes an American, an American?
"Goosebumps... Anyone looking for a quick read with full characters and a punch will love this story!!" - Reviewer in Nevada

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PLUS

chance to WIN GRAND prize: FOUR gripping christian novels

Grand prize features signed copies

 

 

 

The Plum Blooms in Winter

 

"A taut, crisp debut achievement that colorfully evokes the Pacific theater of WWII. Start this one forewarned: it's a stay-up-all-night read." --Jerry B. Jenkins, 21-time New York Times bestselling author

Winner, 2019 Cascade Award
Finalist, 2019 Christy and Carol Awards 
Inspired by Actual Events

 

 

Far On the Ringing Plains

 

INSPIRED BY TRUE EVENTS

 

In the spirit of The Thin Red Line, Hacksaw Ridge, Flags of our Fathers and Pearl Harbor.

 

Realistic. Gritty. Gutsy. Without taking it too far, Craig and Pura take it far enough to bring war home to your heart, mind, and soul.

 

Bud Parmalee, Johnny Strange, Billy Martens—three men who had each other’s backs. All three were raised never to fight. All three saw no choice but to enlist and try to make a difference. All three would never be the same. And neither would their world.

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UPCOMING TITLEs by both authors!
Prize winners receive:
Murray Pura and Patrick E. Craig:

The Scepter and The Isle, releasing late November

Linda Thompson:

The Mulberry Leaf Whispers, releasing mid-December

Offer valid wherever the prizes are available through Amazon. Must be eighteen or older to enter. Random drawing will be held October 12, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. Pacific time. Winner will be notified by email.
As a thank you for entering, all who enter will receive a free copy of Eclipse of the Rising Sun
We will NEVER sell or share your personal information. Full Ts&Cs

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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MURRAY PURA lives near the Montana-Alberta border because he loves the Rockies and the wild regions within them. He creates stories in almost every genre--romance, adventure, suspense, Amish, military, historical. He has more than forty titles in print. Several have won awards in the US and Canada and a number have been bestsellers. He is especially excited about his new ISLANDS series, set in the South Pacific in WWII, co-authored with Patrick Craig. Murray writes from his studio, which is a combination of library, home gym, writing space and music room.

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LINDA THOMPSON stepped back from a corporate career that spanned continents to write what she loves--stories of unstoppable faith. Her debut novel, The Plum Blooms in Winter, is a Cascade Award winner and a Christy, Carol and International Book Award finalist. Linda writes from the Arizona desert, where she lives with her husband, a third-generation airline pilot who moonlights as her Chief Military Research Officer. When she isn't writing, Linda enjoys rollerblading--yes, that makes her a throwback--time with their grandson, and watching magnificent desert moonrises.

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