Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Spotlight and Giveaway: To See the Moon Again

Today we're pleased to feature To See the Moon Again by Jamie Langston Turner. Thanks to Penguin Random House, we have one copy for a lucky US reader!

In TO SEE THE MOON AGAIN (Berkley Trade Paperback Original; September 2, 2014), award-winning author Jamie Langston Turner presents a poignant novel about learning to forgive the past and finding hope in the future.

Julia Rich’s memory is plagued by an accident she caused many years ago. She has hidden her guilt by teaching at a small South Carolina college and has avoided close relationships with family and friends. But her carefully controlled world is about to change in a way she never could have predicted when a niece she’s never met appears in her life.

Carmen, like Julia, is seeking peace for past mistakes. Together the two women begin a journey that will take them out of their comfort zones and open their hearts.


Jamie Langston Turner is the award-winning author of seven novels and has been a teacher for more than forty years. She is currently a professor of poetry and creative writing at Bob Jones University. Jamie lives in Greenville, South Carolina with her husband. Visit her online at her website and Facebook.

Thanks to Penguin Random House for sharing the book with our readers.


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13 comments:

Melanie Backus said...

One of my first moments is going to my grandmother's house and how wonderful that always was.

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Bonnie Franks said...

One of my first memories as a kid is standing in the back yard in the snow in a pink snowsuit and crying because I wanted to go in, but my mother was waxing the floor (in a snowstorm, yes) and I had to wait.

Dcimo2 said...

Having my picture taken at a photo studio, the photographer rolled a ball from the top of his head into my lap to make me laugh :)

Linda Kish said...

Trying to save my sister's balloon and being knocked down by the next door neighbor's dog when I was 4(it was my birthday). I spent many decades fearing dogs after that. Now I love them.

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Angel Wells said...

One of my first and favorite memories is eating at grandmas on Sundays after church and playing outside with my brothers and cousin. Miss those days!

Amber @ A Little Pink in the Cornfields said...

One of my first memories is when my sister was born. I was in preschool!

Anita Yancey said...

I remember sitting on my father's lap watching westerns when I was 4 years old. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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Ro said...

Going to my Grandma's and Aunts house with my Dad on Saturday mornings

Janine said...

My first memory is not pleasant, so I won't say here.

Carl Scott said...

I think my earliest memory is getting a boat that my father made for me for Christmas. I had that toy for years but I eventually lost it.

bn100 said...

going to an amusement park

Margie said...

I remember sliding on a hill by the side of our house on a sled that my grandfather made.

Laurice McClung said...

I remember the first day off preschool in Japan. I was scarf to death.