Dad-O-Mite Giveaway Hop 2022! {Ends 6/30/22}

Jun 15, 2022 | 17 comments

Thank you MamaTheFox.com for hosting this Giveawy opportunity!

For this stop, we are offering a Print copy of One Children’s Book and One YA/Adult book for one lucky U.S./Can. Winner! (If outside the U.S./Can. areas, an ecopy will be sent)

This first book is a hardcopy of a powerful and heartwarming story for multicultural and mixed families, written for children.

Book Details:

One Hundred Percent Me by Renee Macalino Rutledge

Ulysses Press; Bloom Books for Young Readers

Hardcover; May 2022

ISBN: 9781646043484

$17.95; 8×8; 32 pages; Ages 4-8

Book Description:

Many Americans with immigrant ancestors are constantly asked, “Where are you from?” The assumption is they are not from the city they were born and raised in. One Hundred Percent Me turns the question on its head, claiming belonging for so many children of color in a positive, celebratory way.

As the little girl moves through daily life in the big city, she hears some people say she looks more like her Puerto Rican dad, while others claim she takes after her Filipina mom. Should she favor one identity over the other? No! In fact, honoring every facet of her identity equally becomes the main character’s favorite affirmation.

This beautifully illustrated story celebrates our differences, as she learns how to claim her belonging and honor the heritage that makes her unique and wholly herself

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About the Author

Renee Macalino Rutledge was born in Manila, Philippines, and raised in California from the age of four. Her debut novel, The Hour of Daydreams, won an Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Finalist award, Foreword INDIES Gold, and Powell’s Top Five Staff Pick. In addition to One Hundred Percent Me, she is also the author of the children’s book Buckley the Highland Cow & Ralphy the Goat, a story about overcoming hardship with the help of our friends, who are often very different from ourselves. Renee lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she reads books for a living, loves the outdoors, and is always on the lookout for new adventures with her husband and their two daughters. Find her at reneerutledge.com or connect with her on Instagram (@renee_rutledge).

 

Book Intro

For the Second Book, This is a thrilling novel with compelling characters that Y/A/ & Adults will equally enjoy. (Thanks to Pacific & Court Publicity for making all this possible)

Book Details:

48 States by Evette Davis

Flesh & Bones Books

Trade Paperback; June 7, 2022 

ISBN: 979-8985813302; e-book: 979-8985813319

$14.99; 6×9; 226 pages

Book Description:

The year is 2042, and the United States is recovering from a series of terrorist attacks that uprooted the government, revoked civil liberties, and erased two states from the map.

Widow, single mother, and Army veteran Jennifer “River” Petersen drives trucks for a living in Energy Territory No. 1, formerly known as North Dakota. Forced to enlist after her father’s death, the lines of River’s life have been redrawn, much like the United States’ map has changed. Living in a motel room with nothing but her books and a Glock handgun for company, River is weeks away from returning home when an injured man standing in the middle of the highway upends her plans.

From the moment he encounters River, Finn Cunningham knows he must choose between concealing his identity as the son of the president of the United States or be left for dead. His deception draws him and River into a megalomaniac’s deadly conspiracy to ignite a civil war and overthrow the government.

If River and Finn are going to survive, they’ll have to learn to trust one another and themselves.

Fast-paced prose, with vivid narrative and rapid-fire dialogue, 48 States is perfect for readers who loved novels like Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, California by Edan Lepucki, and Gold Fame Citrus by Claire Vaye Watkins.

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About the Author

Evette Davis is the novelist who created the “Dark Horse” trilogy, including novels Woman King and Dark Horse. The final installment will be published in 2023. Davis also co-owns BergDavis Public Affairs, a San Francisco-based public affairs firm. Before establishing her firm, Davis worked in Washington as a press secretary for a member of Congress and as a reporter for daily newspapers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In 2014, she founded Flesh & Bone, an independent publishing imprint. In 2015, Dark Horse received honors at the San Francisco Book Festival. In 2017, Friends of the San Francisco Public Library named Davis a Library Laureate. Her work has been published in the San Francisco Chronicle and Book Country. In 2021, 48 States was honored in the San Francisco Writers Conference Writers Contest. Davis splits her time between San Francisco and Sun Valley, Idaho, with her husband, daughter, and their American Labrador retriever. For more information, visit evettedavis.com, or follow her on Pinterest (@evettedavis399), Instagram (@evette1364), Twitter (@SFEvette), Facebook (@evette1364) and Goodreads (@evettesf).

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17 Comments
  1. Leela

    We just had a big celebration at home and I made a big dinner for everyone.

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    • lawonder10

      That sounds fun!
      Lu Ann

      Reply
  2. Lindsey

    We are having a BBQ at my brother’s. I am bring pasta salad and chocolate chip blondies!

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    • lawonder10

      YUM!

      Reply
  3. Nancy

    Fathers are gone in my family but we have memories every day. 🥰

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  4. Piroska

    Our Father’s Day plans were on hold this year. A barbecue was planned, but an awful cold was going around.

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    • lawonder10

      That seems to becoming a “norm” for many!
      My hope is for you a better year next year!
      Lu Ann

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  5. Teresa Carr

    BBQ

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  6. Cindy Peterson

    We went for a long walk, read a book together and enjoyed our Solo stove fire tonight.

    Reply
    • lawonder10

      Hi, Cindy,
      That sounds wonderful!
      Lu Ann

      Reply
  7. Kristen

    I don’t have any plans.

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    • lawonder10

      Kristen, Create something FUN!

      Reply
  8. Anne

    I am having a lunch with my sons and their families. This is something which I look forward to enjoying greatly.

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    • lawonder10

      Anne, That does sound fun!

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    • Nancy

      My dad passed away some years back now after suffering from Alzheimer’s for years. My memories of him are wonderful, especially when I was younger.

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      • lawonder10

        Our Fathers will always live on in our hearts and await us in the next life. In the meantime I honor my Husband and my sons and sons in laws who are all great men.
        It is a time for many of us to simply reflect on our fathers wh have passed on.
        Thank you Anne, Nancy and ALL of you for your heartfelt comments.
        Lu Ann

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  9. Nancy

    I am not sure exactly what we will be doing for Father’s Day. We will have a special lunch for Father’s Day.

    Reply

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