Friday, March 05, 2010

Blood Ransom- Book launch!

It's been a long time in coming, but today is Blood Ransom's official release day! What does that mean? Over the next couple of weeks, the book will be shipped out across the country to book stories and distributors and on the shelves by April, the book's official publication date.

To celebrate, I'm planning a month-long blog party! What does that mean for you? Chances to win copies of Blood Ransom every week, a sneak peak at the prologue and first chapter, blog tour with interviews and giveaways, a chance to win a goody basket from the heart of Africa, and more!

The first giveaway starts today. I'll be drawing two winners next Friday, who will each win a copy of Blood Ransom. Those signed up for my newsletter will automatically be entered in this week's contest for one copy. You can sign up here if you haven't already. Leave a comment below for a second chance to win, and for fun, tell me why you love to read suspense novels!

Be blessed today!


Void where prohibited; the odds of winning depend on the number of entrants. Entering the giveaway is considered a confirmation of eligibility on behalf of the enterer in accord with these rules and any pertaining local/federal/international laws.


  1. Lisa: I am so excited for you!! Please sign me up for the drawing, and thank you.


  2. Congrats on your new release.

    Abreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  3. I can't wait to read it. I hope I win.

  4. Blessings,

  5. Please enter me, I would love to win the book


  6. Anonymous11:45 PM

    I am so happy for you and excited to read Blood Ransom. I pray God will bless it to the freeing of those in bondage, physical and spiritual. Love, Mom

  7. Please enter me:) I would love to win a copy of your book. And as to why I like to read suspense? Umm...the whole mystery part is great!! I love it:)


  8. Anonymous4:26 PM

    Lisa, I enjoy the quiet time of sitting down and just getting away from everything else.
    Debbie Davis mamadebbi(at)hotmail(dot)com

  9. I've read mysteries for as long as I can remember. I love the suspense in trying to figure out the clues of whodunit!!! Please enter me for Blood Ransom. Slavery of any kind is unconscionable. I already subscribe.
    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

  10. Anonymous6:49 PM

    Hi Lisa - I would be very interested in this subject of horrible slavery that is happening NOW. Please be kind enough to consider me reading your book. I'm thrilled with the books that I have already read that you've written. Each book is better than the one before it!
    Blessings and love to you & yours.

  11. Lisa, I enjoy reading suspense and mysteries. I like trying to figure out whodunit and sitting on the edge of my seat the whole time I am reading.
    Please enter me in the drawing for your latest release.
    I haven't had a chance to read any of your other books but plan to in the future.

    b. werts (at) sbcglobal (dot) net.

  12. Lisa, I'm a little different because, while I love a good murder mystery, I don't like all types of suspense novels. I mainly go by subject matter, and your topic of slavery appeals to me. I'll probably be scared to death, but I definitely want to read it. Thank you for the giveaway.

    cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

  13. Enjoying your responses! I think Debbie's right about reading simply being a chance to get away! I also go by subject matter, Carole, as I don't like anything to dark. And while slavery is dark, I tried to bring hope and light into the story.

    Happy reading!

  14. Anonymous11:27 PM

    Hey Lisa! I haven't read to much suspense or mystery novels but what I have read I really liked. It's hard to put them down, I always wonder whats going to happen next!!
    Well hope I get a chance to win I love your books!!
    Blessings, Alesha

  15. Anonymous3:13 PM

    congratulations on your book release, lisa....i would love to read your masterpiece.


  16. Wow! Lisa, I can hardly wait until my copy of this book gets here.

    I just posted your book trailer on my Facebook page.

  17. So excited to see the launch of this book, Lisa!!!

  18. Thanks for sharing my excitement with me, and for spreading the word, Lena!

  19. Nona Lacy8:36 AM

    Lisa I am so excited for your new book. I have been looking for it. I really like the trailer-its the first time I've seen a trailer for a book. Neat idea. Just wanted to let you know I really love getting the blogs-always nice to read what is going on. Also, wanted to share that my daughter, 13, started reading your books too. After reading Recipe for Murder, she just had to make Lemon Crumb Cake. Your "corrections" came on the very day we made it, just perfect. Thanks again for such excellent, God-centered reading. Tell Scott hi from my Scott and I. Thanks, Nona Lacy

  20. I'm so thrilled, one that your daughter is enjoying my books, but especially that you received the corrections before making the cake. I was so upset about that mistake. :-) Thanks for your encouragement! I sent Scott your greetings.