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Welcome to the Autumn 2014 Scavenger Hunt


You have arrived at Stop #19. The hunt begins at noon (Mountain Time Zone) on October 17, 2014. You may have arrived here before the start, which could mean all of the sites aren’t ready quite yet. Once the official start has begun, you should go to Stop #1 ( and then work your way through the sites, gathering clues and entering bonus giveaways, until you reach the final stop which will also be on the site of Robin Lee Hatcher.

The hunt ends on Sunday, October 19, 2014 at one minute before midnight (Mountain). That means you have all of the weekend to finish it, so take your time. Enjoy reading the exclusive content the authors have prepared for you. You will collect a CLUE IN RED at each stop. Write them down as you go. At the end of the hunt, you will enter the clues into a Rafflecopter form. (The answer will make sense, even if you aren’t familiar with the quote.)

The hunt is open to international entries. The grand prize is a Kindle Fire HDX. Two runners-up will receive a new release from each of the participating authors.




Robin Lee Hatcher has prepared a “cheat sheet” with direct links to each author’s post in case a site goes down or a link gets broken. We hope there will be no such issues, but just in case, please make note of the URL for the Participating Authors & Stops page so you can check back and be able to complete the hunt.


On With the Hunt. . .


It is my extreme pleasure to host my dear friend, Lynette Eason, on this 2014 Autumn Scavenger Hunt. Lynette and I have forged a great friendship, one in which we realize we had many things in common. . .including our kitchen windows.


Ronie’s kitchen window


Lynette’s kitchen window!

Without further ado, here’s Lynette….



Lynette Eason

is the author of the bestselling, award winning Deadly Reunions Series. She lives in South Carolina with her husband and two children.


Working with Deaf Children


Simon Harding is Dani Harding’s 11 year old son in Nowhere To Turn. He’s clever, he’s stubborn –and he’s deaf. Simon became deaf when he tried to intervene in his father’s beating of his mother.


Nowhere To Turn is a story that holds a special place in my heart. It’s true – I love children. But even more, I love deaf children. Deafness runs in my family so I suppose when I was choosing a career (before I started writing) deaf education was a given. I got a Masters in Deaf Education and taught at the Deaf school in Spartanburg, SC before I quit to write full time. I met a lot of great kids during those years and came to love and admire most of them.


So when I decided to give Dani a son, I decided to make him deaf as a tribute to all of the amazing deaf kids I’ve had the privilege of knowing and working with over the past 15 years. I hope you get a chance to read Nowhere To Turn and meet Simon. I think you’ll love him, too.


 About Nowhere to Turn 


The day Danielle Harding takes her 11-year-old son, Simon, and flees from her abusive husband, is the same day Kurt Harding dies. A relieved Dani believes she and her son are finally safe–but in reality, the danger has just begun. When Kurt was alive, he took something important to a mysterious person. That person wants the item back and believes Dani now has it. As she and her son run for their lives, they have nowhere to turn, until she hires Adam Buchanan of Operation Refuge and goes into hiding. Unfortunately, she won’t be able to hide for long . . .




The Scavenger Hunt Skinny


Thanks so much for stopping by Rapid-Fire Fiction and participating in the Fall 2014 Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt. Before you move on to Stop #20, which is Lynette Eason’s site, to pick up your next clue, be sure to write down this Stop #19 clue: that influence us


Also, please note: Many of the authors use Rafflecopter for their giveaways. Rafflecopter requires JavaScript to work. If you can’t see the form, please turn JavaScript on in your browser in order to enter. Rafflecopter sometimes doesn’t work on mobile devices. If you are on a mobile device and can’t see the entry form, then you’ll need to find a computer.



I think it’s time for a little Fall cleaning–as in, cleaning out my office closet. As a result, one awesome winner will win an entire Rapid-Fire Fiction collection!! That includes these twelve titles!!




a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments 241

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  1. Julie Smith

    I think the premise of Lynette’s book, Nowhere To Turn, sounds nice. As a young child, my best friend deaf parents, and I was very intent on learning how to sign so I could communicate with them. I remember the time the mom opened their front door to me, and I painstakingly (painfully, slowly) signed each letter in my sentence, asking if my friend could come out to play. I didn’t yet realize they had signs for whole words or phrases. The mother was very patient and kind toward me. 🙂

    I adore books created in a series. I would love to read yours! Thank you for the chance to win the set. It’s very generous of you!

  2. Kelly Bridgewater

    I love everything Lynette Eason writes. Plus, she is such a sweet person to talk too. Thanks, Ronie for the interview.

  3. Heather Y

    I am really excited to read this book. Ms. Eason has a unique ability to write Christian novels that are a perfect blend of mystery, suspense, action with (often) just a touch of romance. The premise of this books sounds really interesting, it sounds like the kind of story that would make a great movie. The best part of books like that are that you get to create the movie in your imagination!

  4. Susan

    Ronie, I love reading your books. I love the action, suspense and romance that you weave throughout the story. I agree with the comment above – these books would make great movies!! Thank you for using the talents God has given you.

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  5. Amanda M

    I love Lynette’s books and this one sounds great! I’ve always wanted to learn ASL, but just haven’t gotten a chance yet. It’s amazing to watch deaf men, women, and children sign along with worship songs and to worship right along with them.
    I’ll definitely be reading that book!

  6. S Stockton

    So I didn’t read the instructions closely (and I still can’t wait for Hawk to come out). 🙂
    The covers of Lynette Eason’s books always catch my attention and the latest sounds full of suspense, which is one of the things I love in a book!

  7. Jessica

    I read Nowhere to Turn a couple weeks ago and really enjoyed it! I definitely recommend reading it to those who haven’t yet!

  8. Britney Adams

    Hi, Lynette! I can’t wait to meet Simon in NOWHERE TO TURN!

    Thanks so much for the fantastic RAPID-FIRE FICTION GIVEAWAY, Ronie!!

  9. Pamela H

    i don’t believe I have ready any of your books…I’m always looking for new authors…excited to start reading yours…..

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  10. Sarah

    I only know a little sign language, but I have always thought it would be fun to learn more. I will have to add Nowhere To Turn to my TBR list for sure! Thanks to both of you for sharing!

  11. Tonya Speelman

    I have Lynette’s book for review, but I sure do love both of your action packed books! I love how you both have the same HOME kitchen décor.. I wanted one of those, but I won’t copy now lol.. Thanks for the contests, and putting so much time and effort into it. Myself, as a reader, really appreciates it each year! I have never won, but I love reading so much about your books, and personal stories!!!

  12. Carrie S.

    I have already read Lynette’s latest book and LOVED it…. seriously don’t have enough good things to say about it. Edge of my seat all the way!

  13. Connie Brown

    I can’t wait for this book. I love all the books you have done so far. I turned another lady who works in the church library on to your books. She can’t get enough of them either.

  14. Pat Cory

    I haven’t read any of these books, but they sound fascinating! Hope I win them. And thanks for being part of this scavenger hunt. I am loving it.

  15. Laurel

    I’ve never known anyone who was Deaf, but I’ve always had such an appreciation for ASL – it’s such a beautiful language. I took a little bit of it in college, and have made sure my girls grew up with the rudiments of it.

  16. Raechel

    I think it is very cool and inspiring that Lynette Eason writes about the deaf – my best friend is working hard on getting involved in a deaf community.
    Thanks for sharing!

  17. Jennifer Green

    I would really love to win these books! They look like a great collection and what a great introduction to what may be a new favorite author!

  18. Jennifer Green

    II am very excited about Lynette´s book. As a missionary to the Deaf in Yucatan, Mexico I find the subject matter right up my alley! I will be asking for her book for Christmas this year!

  19. Beth Gillihan

    I haven’t read any of Lynette’s books yet. I am always looking for new authors to read. Thanks for the chance to win.

  20. Megan

    Nowhere to Turn looks like a great read. I was friends with a deaf family years ago. Every time I read about a deaf character I can’t help but smile as I remember their sweet nature and enthusiasm for life and Jesus.

  21. Mary Hart

    I love Lynette Eason’s books -and yours, too! I haven’t read Nowhere To Turn Yet, but would like to! My niece is deaf, but with the help from 2 Cochlear implants is now a Dr. She taught her 2 yr old daughter sign language at a very early age.

  22. Julianna Rowe

    Lynette Eason is such a wonderful writer! I studied sing-language/ASL under several different teachers. The first had a deaf daughter, the second was her assistant, and the last is my mom. I just taught our Wednesday night kids class a signing song on Wednesday that we will continue to work on. One of our church friends worked with a deaf young all through high school and we had opportunity to meet her and signed for some of the service for her a few times. I am looking forward to reading Nowhere to Turn and I cannot wait to read your books, Ronie!!

  23. MS Barb

    I have read some of your books and would love to read: Nowhere to Turn (I know sign language & have signed at church and in special education/adult workshop settings)

  24. Star

    There are very few books with someone who is deaf as a main character. The time is past due! I am glad to see that Lynette Eason has taken on the challenge. What great characters! You can feel their feelings and see the world through their eyes. I look forward to reading more of her works.

  25. Sharon Miller

    Sounds like a wonderful suspense novel about a mother and son running from an abusive man. Love to win those 12 novels!

  26. Stephanie C.

    Thank you so much for being a part of this hunt. I love these and always find a new author and several books!

    Stephanie C.

  27. Kelly Blackwell

    I love how “Nowhere to Run” is also a tribute to Lynette’s former students. It looks like a real nail biter too. I can’t imagine thinking you are finally safe and the threat picks up a notch. 🙂 Thanks for participating in this awesome scavenger hunt Ronie.

  28. Halita Wilson

    I think its amazing that more and more authors are branching out to write about being deaf or working with the deaf. I am hearing impaired and I love the world of the deaf but I work hard at trying to bridge the gap like a modern day Rosetta Stone.

  29. Brandy Tyler

    Thanks for being a part of the scavenger hunt! Lynette Eason book looks exciting! I am excited that she is including a deaf character in her book. Not many authors take this path and I am excited to she how she conveys him in the book and his part in the story line!

  30. Sharon Paavola

    I have several of LynettecEason’s books on my Goodread’s to read list. I’m intrigued by her story about a deaf boy especially in a suspence novel.
    Thank you for participating in the Scavenger Hunt and for this giveaway opportunity!

  31. Aprul Patterson

    You are so generous in your giveaway. I am really looking forward to reading these books. This blog hop scavenger hunt is so fun. Thank you in your generousity for participating in it

  32. Andrea Cox

    Ronie, I loved hearing about your unique cover models. Those covers turned out awesome!

    Lynette, Nowhere to Turn is in my to-be-read basket right now. I’m itching to get to it, but a couple proofing jobs currently hold my attention. I love how you’re able to dedicate your latest book to the kids you worked with over the years by creating a deaf character. That is too cool.


  33. Jennifer Tipton

    Hi Lynnette, There’s a little boy who comes to my church and he is deaf. His father is going to start teaching sign language once a week to any one who wants to learn. jenny
    jennydtipton at gmail dot com

  34. Mary M.

    Nowhere To Turn sounds like it will be even more interesting to read with Lynette’s background in hearing impaired education.

  35. Terri

    I’ve been fascinated with the blind and the deaf–partially because our family had some blind friends and partially because of Helen Keller’s story! What a challenge she was! Yet what a blessing!

  36. Becky

    I would love to read this book series. I enjoy mysteries, and I’ve never read anything that featured a main character who is deaf. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  37. Lynda E.

    Lynette’s book sounds like a fascinating read–I haven’t read much with deaf characters. Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt, and for the fantastic bonus giveaway! WOW!

  38. Linda Marie Finn

    Its amazing you choose deafness to add to your story line. Katy Lee chose that also in her story and I found it to be very nice to see a disability actually used as a part of the storys. I try hard to teach my girls to learn sign lang so that later they can talk to or interpret for the deaf. Deafness doesn’t run in our family but many need to be able to hear who actually cannot.

  39. Margie

    Love your books!! I have a cousin who attended the school for the deaf at Whitten Village and we have an employee who is deaf….both of them are fantastically motivated!!! Love your books, Lynette!!!

  40. Crystal Balzer

    I haven’t read Lynette’s books before, but I can’t wait to. One of my daughter’s best friends is deaf, so this will be a fun story to share with her as well.

  41. Kathryn

    I love going on all of these hunts and learning something new about authors I already knew and loved! Ronnie, I love your passion and support for our Military!! As coming from a long line of family involved in various branches of our Armed Forces I want to thank you!! I also love that you used real life heros on the covers of you newest series! And I loved reading about Lynnette! I grew up by a School for the Deaf and had a teacher very passionate about Deaf Culture and ASL. I had a buddy at the School for the Deaf and loved every minute of it!!! It is something that has stayed with me to this day!

  42. Shirley Davidson

    I always wondered how one would use deafness in a character in a book. I think we’ve all seen it at one time or another in a movie or show but I don’t think I’ve ever read where a character is deaf. I began studying sign language in my early twenties. Lack of financial help caused me to stop. I can still finger spell and every now and then catch a word or two when I see someone signing. Thank you both so much for being a part of the Scavenger Hunt. I think this is like my fourth one and I always enjoy them, it’s how I met you two!

  43. Ellen Swanson

    I just finished reading “Raptor 6”-so good! I’m really looking forward to “Hawk” coming out soon. 🙂 And I love the book covers, too.

  44. Moriah Baker

    I love reading Lynette Eason’s books and I love getting to see a glimpse behind the scenes of this wonderful author. I would like to be enter to win Ronie Kendig’s books, please. I love reading her books and would like to own them all. Thanks

  45. Robyn L

    having not read any of your work yet I love the sound of the book; I’ve heard before of extreme stress causing
    the body to shut down on different levels. Very interesting.

  46. Michelle A.

    The Rapid-Fire Fiction collection looks awesome! I’m so glad I did the scavenger hunt and found some great new authors to read!!!

  47. Christina Spicuzza

    I think this book sounds great! I love when authors tackle more complex issues like being deaf!!!!! would love to win the series!

  48. Bev Lewis

    It’s hard to find action/adventure in Christian fiction. Sounds like your books fit the bill!! I look forward to reading them. Thanks for participating in the scavenger hunt!

  49. Michelle L.

    I have a few deaf friends and acquaintances and I think it’s great that a deaf character is being featured in this novel. I will surely read it now.

  50. Lauren Bayer

    I have not yet read Lynette Eason. I have an interest in the deaf and learned sign language in college. Part of the course consisted of exercises to relate to how the deaf are treated in the everyday world. I was amazed at the results. I look forward to reading about Simon and his mom. Thank you Ronnie also for the chance to win your books!

  51. Pam Graber

    I am midway thru Operation ZULU: Redemption and let me just say it was a battle to stop reading long enough to get on the Scavenger Hunt!!! Between your books and Lynette’s, which I have been hooked on FOREVER, my reading seldom lacks for excitement. Kudos to you both!

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  52. Renee Costner

    I have Nowhere To Turn but haven’t started it yet because I had just started another one that I am having trouble getting interested in. It’s taking all my will power not to stop and read Lynette’s instead.

  53. Faith Posten

    Lynette Eason has been a favorite of mine for a long time. I adore her writing. I wish I could afford all of her books. Of course, I love Christian writing above any other kind. Long ago I committed to read only Christian Fiction.

  54. Barbara Thompson

    I believe her book sounds remarkable. Would love to have the opportunity to read it. I enjoyed reading her interview, because I remember as a child my Dad had a first cousin who was deaf and he met and married a deaf lady from their school. I was fascinated with sign language. Thank you for participating in this scavenger hunt.

  55. Pam K.

    Lynette’s suspense stories are always so good! I like that she’s included a child with special needs in this book. I work as a special ed para at an elementary school with some great kids. Thanks for the chance to win your books, Ronie. I love that your new series features real military men on the covers.

  56. Lourdes Montes

    I absolutely love love Lynette Eason’s books she truly is gifted. So glad to be participate in the Scavenger Hunt.

  57. Susan Johnson

    This looks like a great book. I love knowing a book is written about a subject dear to the author’s heart. Thank you for being part of this scavenger hunt.

  58. Andrea Williams

    I have not read Lynette’s work yet, but have heard great things about her books. This story looks very interesting.

  59. Elizabeth Ann

    I fell in love with your books when I found the A Breed Apart series. From the first page to the last I just had to know what happened next. Thank you for writing these amazing books.

  60. Bonnie Roof

    “No Where to Turn” sounds like an exciting, emotional book which I would love to read!! My son dated a girl whose younger brother was deaf – my son learned sign language and volunteered to help at social functions for the deaf. He didn’t marry the girl, however, his mother-in-law signs at all the church services at her church. My family does, indeed, have a connection with the deaf.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win a set of each of your books, Ronie!!

  61. Mackenzie Carol

    Lynnette’s book sounds so very enlightening! I am sure reading it would teach me a lot, and it sounds like it would be just as entertaining.

  62. Debora Wilder

    Lynette’s book sounds wonderful. The idea of having Dani’s son be deaf is fascinating to me. I’m wondering if that is helpful or a hindrance as they are trying to run for their lives.

  63. Pamela Nastase

    I want your entire collection! I keep loaning mine out and not getting them back. I already bought backup copies once, but… I can’t help giving them out to people who need to be introduced to great Christian fiction. God bless you and may you write many more…

  64. The Artist Librarian

    I didn’t know Lynette Eason had a background in deaf education! One of my favorite shows to watch with my family was “Sue Thomas F.B.Eye” which was inspired by the true story of Sue Thomas, who assisted the FBI through her lip-reading abilities. She was deaf, but can sign and speak. I got to meet and hear her speak in high school. An amazing lady!

    Also, loved to find out about your book covers in the last blog stop, Mrs. Kendig –what a neat tribute!

  65. Kathy Dobyns

    Seeing that you have a Masters in Deaf Education made me realize that anything you write about will be spot on. I am impressed to pick up your book ” Nowhere to turn” which sounds like it is going to be a winner.

  66. Sarah Stewart

    I think it is neat Lynette is writing about a deaf child and what it is like growing up with a child that is deaf. Thank you for the giveaway!

  67. Mippy/Sabrina

    Hi Roni!
    Thank you for introducing Lynette. 🙂 Just the bit above has me interested what will happen to Danielle and Simon. Although, I have not worked with deaf children; I grew up for a while with a deaf child in my Sunday School class, so we learned the songs we sang in sign language as well. I have a special place in my heart for children with special needs. Thank you, Lynette, for sharing behind the story. I look forward to reading the novel. I hope you both have a fabulous rest of your evening & weekend. 🙂
    ~Mippy/Sabrina 🙂

  68. Jennifer Hibdon

    Really looking forward to reading Lynette’s book, Nowhere to Turn. Our niece used ASL when she was young as she had speech problems, so our younger daughters learned it also. Our daughter studied ASL in high school.

  69. Jennifer Clark

    It’s interesting this is the second book about deaf children in the hunt. However, given this child is deaf do to violence… woooh… Nowhere to Turn must be intense.

  70. Lynn :O)

    HAWK is nearly here!!!!!! (Don’t want to win the prize – since I have all your books, just wanted to stop by and say Hi!)

  71. Michelle Krimaschewicz

    All twelve books?!? That would be the highlight of my year! I’ve been wanting to read your books, but haven’t found them at my local library yet. If I win them, I wouldn’t have to request them at the library! 🙂

  72. Lisa Cowell

    I really like to read this kind of book, and the deaf son is a plus. I have always been fascinated by sign language, and I taught my daughter and granddaughter how to sign as soon as they were able to make purposeful movements with their hands so they could communicate before they were able to develop speech. I hope they will be able to retain it and continue with future children.

  73. Susie

    Hi Ronie!

    Thanks for introducing Lynette…I love her books and I love your books, too!

    Would love to have the chance to win your collection, but I can’t enter because I don’t have Facebook.

    Please enter me in your giveaway.

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      My contest has nothing to do with Facebook. It’s all handled on the Rafflecopter widget at the end of my post.

      EDITED: Aha! I see what you mean now. And I also found a way to include your email address.

  74. Helen Clouse

    I have several of Lynette Eason’s books and enjoy them thoroughly. My Grandson studies sign so I’m always interested in more information. Thank you for being a stop in this hunt.

  75. Necee

    i LOVE Lynette’s books & this series is great!!! “Nowhere to turn” was super intense!!! Both of you are in my top author list : )

  76. Amy

    “Nowhere to Turn” sounds interesting! A deaf character isn’t very common, although the circumstances leading to his deafness are heartbreaking!

  77. Chris Bures

    I love Lynette and as a rapidly growing deaf adult who has two daughters who are also going deaf I will definitely want to read this one! Thanks for the hunt! Blessings.

  78. Ingerlise Pietromartire

    I have put Nowhere To Turn on my to be read list! Thank you so much for participating in the Scavenger hunt.

  79. Tima Murrell

    I just finished this book and loved it. The suspense certainly got my heart rate going. I was sitting in a drs office and was wondering if it would make my blood pressure reading off the charts. 😉 Great book!

  80. Jen

    I think “Nowhere to Turn” looks like an exciting read. I was a special education teacher before having children and I worked with a few hearing impaired children, so this part of the plot sounds interesting, too!

  81. Shay

    Thank you so much for doing this contest. Book contest are very fun to me but I’m sure it takes a lot of time and work on your part. Your prize is amazing. You are very kind to your fans.

  82. Litany L

    No Where To Turn sounds like it will be a really great read because especially with the hearing-impared part of the story.

  83. Kris

    I haven’t previously read any of your books, but reading about them on your blog makes me hopeful I’ll win when you clean out your closet. Thanks for being one of the authors in the scavenger hunt–this has been fun.

  84. Sue Tobias

    Finished Raptor 6 last night and have Hawk pre ordered. Can’t get over that these are written by a woman even though I am a Marine wife with 2 Navy sons and am very well versed in military lingo and read military adventure books almost exclusively. You go right to the top

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      WOW! What a HIGH compliment. Thank you! and thanks to you and your family for you service and sacrifices!! Thank you, Sue! You blessed me tonight!

  85. Linda Dietz

    Lynette is a new-to-me author…but I will soon remedy that. The book described sounds wonderful! And Ronie, I guess I am surprised that you are a woman author! I have seen your books but always thought they were for men. I think my husband & I will enjoy them together. You know the saying, “The couple that reads together…” I don’t know it either, but it sounds like a good plan!

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      LOL! That last line cracked me up. I”m often mistaken for a male author when people haven’t previously engaged me. That’s a great compliment to me. 😀 I hope you’ll give the books a try–and that your hubby will enjoy them, too. I write my books so that MY husband won’t be embarrassed by anything in them. 😀

  86. Sierra Faith

    I love your books Lynette! I have read a couple of them and own one 🙂 Great mysteries!
    Thanks Ronie for the great giveaway!

  87. Alyssa M.

    I have read a few of Lynette Eason’s books, and they are amazing! She has some really good suspense books that are awesome!

  88. Renee Blare

    I love both of these women’s work . The fact Lynette’s latest has a hearing-impaired character makes it so much more special to my heart. It makes me remember the veterans I worked with so closely and treasure every second I have with my husband. Thank you for the wonderful post, Ronie.

  89. Alycia Morales

    I love your kitchen windows! That’s so funny!

    I have loved all of Lynette’s books and cannot wait to read Nowhere to Turn. I love that she has taken something she knows so well and is so personally close to her and written it into her storyline.

  90. Randi L.

    Lynette is one of my favorite authors, and I have also worked with deaf children in schools. I’m really looking forward to reading this story! Thank you both for participating!!!

  91. Liss Lovejoy

    Lynette’s books look like a really great suspense novel and I enjoy this genre. Knowing that one of her characters is deaf intrigues me and I can’t wait to pick this one up.

    @Ms. Kendig, I have been wanting to read your Rapid-Fire Series. As with any big series it has been rough trying to get them all. Thank you so much for the chance to win these. =)

  92. Cyndi Wilson

    Recently read Nowhere To Turn and loved it! Loved Simon, too! Lynette’s one of my favorites!

    LOVE your covers and the way they honor our military! And have loved all your books!

  93. Jennifer

    Wow your giveaway is amazing! Always love reading your books. And the covers that you have – well the art department is doing a fine job….

  94. Chloe

    Wish I had a way to win these! I don’t have Facebook therefore I cannot like your page. Although if I did have Facebook I would definitely like it and participate. 🙁

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  95. Donna EHD

    I have not had personal experience with anyone who was actually deaf, but I have been around those who had hearing difficulties. I think that would be a very hard thing for the person not to be able to hear music, or a baby’s cry. And as I understand it, some deaf people have a hard time speaking, because they do not hear.
    I do have a cousin, well, she’s mother’s cousin but closer to my age, whose granddaughter is deaf. I’ve not been around Charlotte, but I understand she was a good little girl and has grown into a lovely young woman.

    I do like reading stories about people with disabilities [and I even hesitate to call the special circumstance ‘disability’] because I learn so much. And people are normal people – they just have different things to overcome than I do.

  96. Crystal

    Thanks for the giveaway and for participating in the hunt!
    All of the authors sound so good…looking forward to reading more. 😉

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