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Book Vote – August 2014

Time for the August 2014 Book Vote!

It’s time for the August Book Vote. Kiddies are going back to school and what better way than to start with the classics! Enjoy

online poll by Opinion Stage

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    July 2014 Book of the Month

    July 2014 Book of the Month

    Mr. Mercedes by SteMr. Mercedes by Stephen Kingphen King

    In a mega-stakes, high-suspense race against time, three of the most unlikely and winning heroes Stephen King has ever created try to stop a lone killer from blowing up thousands.In the frigid pre-dawn hours, in a distressed Midwestern city, hundreds of desperate unemployed folks are lined up for a spot at a job fair. Without warning, a lone driver plows through the crowd in a stolen Mercedes, running over the innocent, backing up, and charging again. Eight people are killed; fifteen are wounded. The killer escapes.

    In another part of town, months later, a retired cop named Bill Hodges is still haunted by the unsolved crime. When he gets a crazed letter from someone who self-identifies as the “perk” and threatens an even more diabolical attack, Hodges wakes up from his depressed and vacant retirement, hell-bent on preventing another tragedy.

    Brady Hartsfield lives with his alcoholic mother in the house where he was born. He loved the feel of death under the wheels of the Mercedes, and he wants that rush again. Only Bill Hodges, with a couple of highly unlikely allies, can apprehend the killer before he strikes again. And they have no time to lose, because Brady’s next mission, if it succeeds, will kill or maim thousands.

    Mr. Mercedes is a war between good and evil, from the master of suspense whose insight into the mind of this obsessed, insane killer is chilling and unforgettable. (from BN.com)

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      Book Vote – July 2014

      Time for the July 2014 Book Vote!

      online poll by Opinion Stage

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        Giveaway honoring International and National Missing Children’s Day

         Giveaway honoring International and National Missing Children’s Day

        We at the Nook Users Book Club do not normally promote donations for charities, however we couldn’t walk away from this one. Rebecca A. Demarest, author of Undeliverable and Thea of OZ, is helping to raise money for International and National Missing Children’s Day. While we try to donate to charities throughout the year, none are closer to my heart than those that involve children. By reposting this we are only trying to help with awareness. With that being said if this is not a charity that you would like to sponsor, please pass it along to someone that you know might want to. Thanks in advance.

        “So, May 25th is International and National Missing Children’s Day, and in an effort to help raise funds and awareness for the National Center of Missing Children, anybody who makes any kind of donation to the Center is eligible for a free ebook of Undeliverable, and will enter you into a raffle for a free signed copy!

        Here’s how it work: Go to the Center’s website, donate, mark the donation as in Honor Of the Undeliverable Novel, then copy and paste your donation confirmation number into the Rafflecopter giveaway below (along with the donation amount, if you are willing, it’d be nice to see just how much money we raise this month).

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        If you don’t want to, or can’t afford to make a donation (though even a dollar will net you a free ebook), you still have several ways to enter the raffle for the grand prize of a personalized copy of Undeliverable and Thea of Oz. If you already have a copy of Undeliverable, you can still enter and if you win, your copy will be donated to the organization or library of your choice.

        The raffle will go on through the month of May, so share as many times as you like for additional entries!” (Copied from http://www.rebeccademarest.com/author/rdemarest/)

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        For more information about this cause

        please visit The National Center for Missing Children

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