Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The Sutherlands are coming! And GIVEAWAY!

Pre-Order The Sutherlands For Only 99¢ & Help The Reach Out & Read Charity

Looking for a way to do good and read hot? Check out The Sutherlands, a sexy contemporary romance anthology that tells the story of one family with 11 brand-new, full-length novels and novellas for only 99¢. Twenty percent of the royalties earned from each sale will go to the Reach Out & Read charity, which incorporates early childhood reading into well child doctors’ visits.

Inside The Sutherlands you’ll find:

Shadow Ranch by USA Today best selling author Robin Covington - Passion and secrets thrive in the dark…
Wrecked by Wall Street Journal best selling author Terri Osburn - Revenge is always personal…
Bound To Do Damage by Avril Ashton - When protecting you heart is no longer an option…protect your neck.
Foolish Expectations by Alison Bliss - Forever is the last thing they expected…
Under the Evening Star by Shyla Colt - They must choose between the past that hunts and a love that can heal…
Brazen by Avery Flynn - This bad boy boxer just met his match…
Screwed by Kelly Jamieson - The only time losing is more fun than winning is when you’re fighting temptation…
Stripped by Abby Niles - She’s going to strip him bare…
Not the Marrying Kind by Julie Particka - Faking it never felt so good…
Lust and Loathing by Joya Ryan - Sometimes loathing your boss turns into the best kind of lust…
Sweet Surrender by Naima Simone - The price of surrender is passion…

Twenty percent of the royalties earned from each copy of The Sutherlands sold will go to help Reach Out and Read, a non-profit organization that gives young children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.

This year, over one million children in the U.S. will enter kindergarten without the language skills they need to learn and succeed. As these children progress through school, they are more likely to fall behind, and stay behind. When families read aloud to their young children, they can give them a better start to life. With unparalleled access to families with young children, Reach Out and Read medical providers give books to children at more than 10 well-child visits from infancy until they start school. More importantly, they encourage families to read aloud and engage with their infants, toddlers and preschoolers every day.

Reach Out and Read currently serves 4.5 million children across the U.S., half of whom are from low-income families. Children like Ruby, a seven-year-old girl who faced significant challenges in her early childhood. Fortunately, Ruby’s pediatrician is a Reach Out and Read doctor, who has encouraged her mom to read aloud to her every day, and given her books of her own to keep. He says, “With Ruby’s background, I would have expected her to struggle at school, but at her last checkup, her mother told me that she is in advanced reading and attributed her success to the Reach Out and Read program.”

Research shows that Ruby is not alone – our program results in more frequent reading at home, accelerated vocabulary and critical brain stimulation. And because over 21,000 medical providers voluntarily integrate Reach Out and Read into pediatric checkups, it costs only $100 to support a child for the full 5-year Reach Out and Read program.

Pre-order your copy today:

Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Kobo
Amazon Canada
Amazon UK
Amazon Germany
iBooks - Coming Soon!

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Giveaway Time!
(This is offered through the tour company.)

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Okay. So lets have some fun. I was also sent some teaser images for the stories. I thought I'd share those with you as well. Just because.





8 comments:

  1. I love books that also do charity work. Total plus for me!

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    1. I thought it was a great thing too Melissa (B&T). And here's hoping the books are as good as they sound too. :)

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  2. I feel so insulated in this matter because I'm a big reader, my dad was too, my sister isn't as much anymore, but she makes sure that her kids are read books or borrow books from the library, my kid reads articles and stuff. I'm surprised by the data above, what is happening to parents driving knowledge to kids?!

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    1. Talk Supe, I was surprised too. I know my son doesn't read as much now but I always read to him when he was younger. And had books around for him. Now with school and sports, time is limited. But there are always books around if he wants them.

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    1. lol. Glad you enjoyed the pictures Jennifer @ Bad Bird Reads. :)

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