Saturday, January 19, 2013

Sleeping Tigers by Holly Robinson: Spotlight

 





2011 Book of the Year finalist, ForeWord Reviews
2012 Kindle Book Review semifinalist

Jordan O'Malley has everything she ever wanted:  a job she loves, a beautiful home and a dependable boyfriend.  When her life suddenly unravels, Jordan joins her wildest childhood friend in San Francisco and tracks down her drifter brother, Cam, who has secrets of his own.  When Cam flees the country suddenly, Jordan follows, determined to bring him home.  Her journey takes her to the farthest reaches of majestic Nepal, where she encounters tests—and truths—that she never could have imagined. 

Funny, heartbreaking, and suspenseful, Sleeping Tigers reminds us all that sometimes it's better to follow your heart instead of a plan.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Holly Robinson has been writing feature articles, essays and advice columns on health, parenting and psychology topics for national magazines since 1995.  She has been a contributing editor at Ladies’ Home Journal and Parents magazines.  Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Family Circle, More, Parents, Parenting, Shape, and Working Mother.  Her first book, The Gerbil Farmer's Daughter (Crown 2009) is now available in paperback.  Her second novel, Sleeping Tigers, was indie published and named a 2011 ForeWord Reviews fiction semifinalist and a 2012 Best Indie Books semifinalist by Kindle Book Review.  Her new novel, The Wishing Hill, will be published by Penguin in July 2013.
 Ms. Robinson holds a B.A. in biology from Clark University and is a graduate of the MFA program in Creative Writing at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 
 
 
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Enter for a chance to win a Print or Kindle formatted copy of Sleeping Tigers.
Print option is open for shipping to US/CAN.
Digital option is International.
 

 
 
 

2 comments:

Meghan said...

THanks for the giveaway! I like the book cover!
mestith at gmail dot com

Tia Dalley said...

This one sounds really good. I like books where the characters travel, and the fact that she is searching for her brother makes it even more interesting