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19 December 2013

November New Releases Clash Winner

Here it is…the announcement you’ve all been waiting for!

The winner of our November New Releases Clash is:

by Janet Sketchley

Congratulations, Janet!

And a special thank-you to the following talented authors for being part of this fun week:

Heather Day Gilbert, author of 

Carlene Havel, author of 

Kimberly Rose Johnson, author of 

Gay N. Lewis, author of 


Book 1, Redemption’s Edge Series

Despite her husband's objections, 40-something Ruth Warner finds healing through prayer for Harry Silver, the racing star turned serial killer who brutally raped and murdered her niece. When a kidnapping-gone-wrong pegs her as his next victim, Harry claims that by destroying the one person who'd pray for him, he proves God can't or won't look after His own. Can Ruth's faith sustain her to the end whatever the cost? HEAVEN'S PREY received third place in Risen Books 2011 publishing contest and was short-listed for the 2008 Best New Canadian Christian Author Award.

Voters’ take on HEAVEN’S PREY:

“I like the way Janet Sketchley's story shows God at work in a worst-nightmare kind of situation.”

“Janet Sketchley, I haven't read your book yet, but I have a feeling you've written it with heart--lots of heart. All the best to you.”

“I'm glad Christian authors are tackling a variety of genres these days. God's Daughter and Heaven's Prey look like they have lots of adventure for those readers who like that kind of stimulation!”

“Congratulations to all authors on being chosen for the Clash of the Titles. I'm really looking forward to reading Heaven's Prey!”

“Janet Sketchley 's book Heaven's Prey caught my attention from the get go. Tough subject. Her characters seemed real. Way to go, Janet!”

“Tell Janet Sketchley that it will be a matter of re-reading her book. I kept turning to the next part, not sure I wanted to know what came next, but feeling driven to find out. What a read!”

“Heaven's Prey looks like a challenging yet engaging book. I look forward to reading it.”

"Great job on Heaven's Prey!"

"Loved reading Heaven's Prey, Janet!"

"Looking forward to reading your book, Janet!"

"Well done, Janet!"

"Janet Sketchley's title sounds intriguing. I plan to read this book."

"So proud of my friend, Janet!"

About the author, JANET SKETCHLEY:

Janet is a Canadian author who loves stories with strong characters, adventure and hope. She’s also a wife, mom, daughter, friend, neighbor… balancing relationships and responsibilities, and learning how faith applies to real life. Add that to her quirky imagination and love of fiction, and you get novels about everyday women in suspenseful situations discovering more strength than they would have imagined.

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Heather Day Gilbert said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Congratulations, Janet! And thank you, COTT, for having our books highlighted this month!

Janet Sketchley said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Each book looked like such a good read, and for us to be listed was great. I wish our books could have all been chosen.

I agree with Heather Day Gilbert -- thank you, COTT, for our books this month and for more each month. I get some of my reading ideas here.


April Gardner said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Congrats to you, Janet! So happy for you!!

LiteOfTheNite said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Well deserved, Janet. Awesome!

Janet Sketchley said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Thank you, Heather, April and Renee! If I hadn't been eating so much Christmas candy, I'd splurge on a slice of cheesecake :)

Glynis said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

Hooray! Congratulations, Janet. So thrilled for you. Wonderful news. Well deserved.

Valerie Comer said... Thursday, 19 December, 2013

WooHoo! Congrats, Janet! Wow, there were a lot of good books represented this month (as always)!

Janet Sketchley said... Thursday, 26 December, 2013

Thanks, Glynis, Valerie and Kimberley Rose! It's an honour even to be listed, let along chosen :)

Item Reviewed: November New Releases Clash Winner Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Delia Latham