Sunday, December 14, 2008

Tosca Lee releases Havah!

Tosca Lee, whom I interviewed in a live chat at The Writer's Chatroom because I loved her first book, Demon: A Memoir, is now releasing Havah: The Story of Eve.

Just in from Rebeca Seitz, President, Glass Road Public Relations, LLC:

A Novel Approach to Reflecting Your Light.

Tosca Lee's Next Book is in Stores NOW!

Havah: The Story of Eve
receives praise...

"...a passionate and riveting story of the Bible's first woman and her remarkable journey after being cast from paradise...Lee's superior storytelling will have readers weeping for all that Havah forfeited by a single damning choice."

Publishers Weekly

(starred review)

"Havah is a novel with boundless imagination."

Eric Wilson (Fireproof)

" extraordinary book about an extraordinary woman...she has brought Havah to life."

Randy Ingermanson, Christy-award winning novelist

Giving Havah as a gift or want your copy personalized? Email to receive a FREE personalized bookplate.

Have a book club? Copy this link into your browser to learn about the FREE book club kit Tosca put together! You can also watch the trailer, read chapter one and read Tosca's notes about writing the book - which always offer more insights into the making of the book than you'd ever find on the flap.

Before you say, "I'm not into reading Christian/religious books," I'll remind you of what I said in my review of Demon: "If all references to religion, the bible and Christianity, were removed from this book, it would still be a great read!"

This book does not preach. You won't be seeing that shouting preacher in your mind's eye as you read Tosca's books. However, you will get lost in the story.

Tosca writes in a lilting, lyrically mesmerizing - nearly hypnotic - style that will keep you reading until the most unexpected of endings. She is a master storyteller who does impeccable research.

Contact Rebeca Seitz, President
Ph (615) 986-9516 ofc, (615) 308-1198 cell, (270) 472-3448 hm
Fx (615) 986-9517

PS If I didn't adore Tosca as a person, I'd still say the same things about her books and her ability to write. Just wanted to clear that up.

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