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Sunday, August 26, 2018

He Was Book Blast and Giveaway

Have you ever read an historical suspense novel? Check out He Was and then enter the Amazon gift card giveaway. Open worldwide through 9/27. Good luck.

He Was
by Thomas William Lowrie
Genre: Historical Suspense

Ever had one of those days, how about one of those weeks? If you haven't, you are missing out. I spent years priding myself in the fact that I was always with it, I always had my wits about me, until that day. My life changed and not just a little. I became someone else, someone who was far stronger than I am, someone who I could only hope to be. Ray Lafayette was a man who was neither rich nor famous yet I lived every day to see what he would do next. The fear I experienced in that time only made the happiness that much more exiting. I have heard the statement "Don't judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes." I walked many miles in his and can say with pride that he and all others from his time were the greatest, all colors, all nationalities, young and old, men and women alike. It may sound great to know the future but there is a dark side to it, an almost unbearable side. Your eyes will be opened to things your mind may not handle.This event has changed me. I no longer wish for things, I live for them.



Author, Thomas William Lowrie has lived outside of Las Vegas most of his life, but his best memories are of the days fishing in South Texas. Summer vacations were the best. That is also where he found his best friend and wife, Tina. He could not have done any of this without her. Of course, Ray pecking at his brain for years had something to do with it too.



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12 comments:

  1. I love the cover looks very patriotic

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  2. Very patriotic cover art. Good job.

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  3. You didn't give me enough to comment on-the cover is rather timeless- the soldier could be from WWI until present day, it's difficult to tell.

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  4. The cover is very patriotic and makes me want to read it since my father was in WW2.

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  5. What is your favorite fish to catch?

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  6. Awesome cover. My grandfather served in WW2.

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  7. I like the cover. I think my husband would love this book.

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  8. Love the cover, very patriotic

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  9. I like the cover it's good because there isn't too much going on just a lone sillhouette which really draws your eye

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