Did you win? Enza blog tour

It’s time to select winners of the Enza Blog Tour! Woot. 🙂 Everyone loves a winner. So what’s Enza?

It is a time of innocence and prosperity. The Women’s Suffrage Movement gains more attention with each passing day. All across the country housewives and young ladies harbor hope that they might finally win the right to vote. Patriotism is at its peak as the war to end all wars rages an ocean away.

On the homefront, in a small town in Michigan, life is being lived out like the pages of a Mark Twain novel. Until an unseen enemy, deadlier than any human adversary, threatens Mankind’s very existence.

Elliot Owens – The only thing in the world that matters to Elliot is his wife and their five children, and he will do everything in his power to protect them.

Daniel Pullman – When his plans to join the Army are dashed following an injury, meeting the love of his life makes the disappointment easier to bear.

Colby Thornton – A devoted minister whose congregation loves him nearly as much as he loves them, Colby struggles with bitterness toward the wife who doesn’t love him at all.

Marcus McClelland – One of the local funeral directors, Marcus lives his life avoiding close relationships because if he doesn’t care about anyone, it won’t hurt when he loses them.

Jonathon Owens – At ten years old all Jonathon dreams of is to be a war hero…by proving that his German neighbor is a spy.

When all is said and done, will any of them survive?

Order Your Copy Here: Amazon

For more information on Enza, I encourage you to read the interview I had with Kristy K. James. She shared wonderful insight to the cover art as well as the name of the book.

So, the winners!

A Print copy of Enza


Digital copies of Enza

Mary Preston & Shadow

Congratulations, winners! Emails have been sent and winners have until May 15 to respond.

Don’t forget to enter the Mid-Month Commentator Giveaway which ends May 15.

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