Announcing the Winner of Lorehaven Magazine’s Novel Giveaway
Over the weekend, Lorehaven Magazine closed its first book giveaway for a copy of Thomas Locke’s Enclave.
The winner: Esther LoPresto!
Our friends at Revell Books will send our winner a copy of Thomas Locke’s novel Enclave.
From Lorehaven Magazine‘s featured review:
People like to complain that the United States is doomed to collapse. But who’s doing anything to plan recovery for the post-post-apocalypse?
Enter Kevin and Caleb from Thomas Locke’s novel Enclave. They’re two normal yet virtuous young men from the former nation. Several generations ago America fell into financial ruin. Now in the South, life has taken a frontier turn. Corrupt mayors rule the bigger cities called enclaves. What’s left of the federal government is off hunting down super-gifted people. These come from rumored genetic testing and are called “specials” or “adepts.”
Think Louis L’amour meets The Hunger Games–lite with a sprinkle of X-Men.
Explore the full review in our recent issue. As always, it’s free to subscribe.
Meanwhile . . .
You can explore Lorehaven Magazine’s debut issue right now. For this one, you don’t even need to get a free subscription.
Also coming up this year:
- Next month, when the spring 2019 issue releases, we’ll give away a copy of Tosca Lee’s newest release, The Line Between. (I personally just finished this novel. You definitely want this novel.)
- I’ll be helping Lorehaven and our friends at Realm Makers at the Realm Makers Bookstore, March 7–9 at the Great Homeschool Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. If you’re there, look for Realm Makers in booth spaces 906–908. You can also meet novelist Gillian Bronte Adams, who will sign copies of her Songkeeper Chronicles series.
- Lorehaven will showcase the magazine with all these great book reviews, April 11–13 at the Teach Them Diligently conference in Waco, Texas.
- This July, we’ll return to the Realm Makers conference, July 18–20 in St. Louis, Missouri.
- Issues 5 through 8, in March, June, September, and December this year.
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Further up and further in!
What do you think?