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Answer trivia questions on Pop's Place: Some Things Are Meant to Be for the chance to earn:
$50 Amazon Gift Card | Signed Hardback Copy | And More
To the Read & Win Contest
September 21 - October 12, 2020
HOW TO WIN
Make sure you have a copy of Pop's Place: Some Things Are Meant to Be!
If you don't have a copy, you can get a Kindle version for $9.99 on Amazon: www.bit.ly/PPSTAMB
Leave a Review on Amazon by October 12 at 12:00am PST: https://amzn.to/3hWKdPm
Answer 2 Questions About the Book Each Week (total of 7)
Whoever answers every question AND has the highest number of correct answers WINS!
Must leave a review of Pop's Place on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3hWKdPm
Must answer all 7 questions
Winners or tie-breaker will be announced October 16.
Winners will be picked from those who have the most correct answers
If there's a tie, a tie-breaker question will be messaged to those who tied and the first person to accurately answer within 24 hours wins.
First Place - $50 Amazon gift card, Pop's Place Mug, & signed hardback copy
Second Place - Signed Paperback Copy & Pop's Place Mug
Third Place - Pop's Place Mug
Is love meant to be? From a guy’s perspective, the answer is “Yes!”
“Pop’s Place,” series based on my novel of the same name.
Pop’s Place: Some Things Are Meant to Be, is a fresh romantic historical drama based on true-life stories. Jackson "Pop" Harrison, a fictional characterization of Rear Admiral J.D. Blitch, is a World War II US Navy dive-bomber hero who returns to his ancestral homestead-turned-boardinghouse on Sullivan’s Island near Charleston. He reconnects with the now-grown-up, feisty, beautiful daughter of his close friend. Together they embark on a passionate but complicated romance through life in the post-war Low Country.
The book centers around a boardinghouse with rotating colorful guests, as well as a love triangle with the title character Pop, his love interest Michaela and Pop’s business partner, the beautiful and haunted Cuban refugee Kat Sanchez. Mystery illnesses, government secrets, hurricanes, escaped criminals and estranged spouses add intrigue.
But when Michaela and Pop might find true happiness and Pop is presumed dead in a fire, is that the end of the love story?
The book is a little bit of Nicholas Sparks meets “Grand Hotel.” Throw in Linda Bloodworth-Thomason’s sensibility with a uniquely Southern feel. It is a unique beautiful love story similar to great TV romances, and there is nothing like this on television, in the movies or on bookshelves!