Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Suspense on the Run: Keven Newsome Interview & Giveaway

I'm excited to share with you the first of my Suspense on the Run Skype interviews. Every month throughout 2012, I'll be chatting with authors via Skype. This will give you the opportunity to learn more about bestselling authors like DiAnn Mills and Irene Hannon plus be introduced to new authors. And as an extra bonus, you'll also have the opportunity to win a copy of one of their books!

My first interview is with Keven Newsome, the author of WinterIf you'd like to watch the extended version of the interview click here. You can find out more about Keven's writing on his website

Keven's publisher, Splashdown Books, has offered to giveaway a free eBook copy of Keven Newsome's novel Winter. Please leave a comment below to be entered into the contest. The contest closes Monday, February 6th at midnight, PST.



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. What an intriguing interview, Lisa. First Skype one I've been able to see. I do wish Kevin every success for his books. Sorry I don't have an e-reader so please don't enter me in the give away.

  2. Enjoyed the interview. Thanks. Don't enter me in the giveaway though as I don't have an E reader either.

  3. Thanks for stopping by! For those who don't have an E reader, you don't have to have a Kindle. You can download the free software from the Amazon website to read the books on your computer, laptop.

  4. Lauren H.5:52 PM

    Looks like a great book. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Several have contacted me, unable to leave a comment. If you have problems, email me at contact (dot) harris (at) gmail (dot) com and I will automatically enter you!

  6. HI Lisa and Keven.
    I like the concept of a Skype interview! Love technology.
    I have a Kindle and my birthday is Sunday : )
    And I have jumped the fence and am going the Indie route.
    Love to support other Indie authors

  7. Thanks everyone! And thank you Lisa for having me!

    PS - Chrome wouldn't let me comment, but I got through with IE.

  8. Intriguing story idea. Would love to read this book. Lynne G.

  9. Scott H.7:46 PM

    Books sounds interesting. Thanks for introducing me to a new author. Scott

  10. Thanks everyone for stopping by and commenting. It was great to have you here, Keven!

  11. Anonymous11:42 AM

    Great interview. Please enter me in the giveaway. E. Ort

  12. Anonymous3:38 PM

    Sounds like a wonderful book. Would love to read it. Enjoyed your interview. And thanks for the tip - did not know we can read e-books on the computer! Have you read Keith Farris' historical fiction, "Nicodemus, the Night Visitor"? He's now writing an historical fiction about Timothy. Bless you, Lisa! - Lyn

  13. Thanks for sharing! I love historical fiction. Both books sound intriguing.