Have you wanted to read my debut novel about a girl in North Carolina who grows up to be a woman in North Carolina? Well, there’s a lot more to the story than that! Scout’s Honor is a Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medalist for Southern Fiction and was recently named a 2017 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist. It starts off in the summer of 1983 when 14 year old Scout Webb heads to Camp Judah, a Christian camp near the Catawba River. She suffers a trauma, which profoundly affects her mental and emotional development and seriously alters the course of her life. I am going to write a blog post about the many colors of PTSD. It doesn’t only affect those who have lived through war.
When you have lived long enough, you learn that life itself is its own war.
For one week, Scout’s Honor is only $.99 for download on Amazon. Head on over to Amazon and download to your Kindle or your Kindle app (which can be downloaded for free from the App Store!) and get your copy.
Any proceeds that I receive off of this book through my publisher or through private sales go toward the Eric DeJong Memorial Fund at the Gary Sinise Foundation, which provides smart homes to severely disabled veterans. I am more than halfway to my 2017 fundraising goal.
Thank your for your continued support of my work. I cannot do much in my small life, but I can do “small great things.”
And so can you.
Check out Scout’s Honor this summer and share with a friend. When you’re done, leave a review on Amazon, Good Reads, or wherever you leave reviews! It helps us little guys a lot.
Great story. Great cause. Great price!