A Different Kind of Courage blog tour begins!

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A Different Kind of Courage blog tour is here!

September 8 ~ The Destiny of One
September 10 ~ Perry Elizabeth and Wildflower Acres
September 11 ~ Shannon McDerrott
September 13 ~ Rachel Rossano's Words
September 14~ Jaye Knight
September 15 ~ Stardust and Gravel
September 16 ~ The Road of a Writer
September 18 ~ Into the Bookcase
September 19 ~ Christ is Write
September 20 ~ The Destiny of One


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  1. I don't know if I really have one.... I probably don't haha!! My little sister read Adventures and Adversities and loved it!!!! She is demanding I read it :) Which I will!

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  2. I've been looking forward to your blog tour! I will be checking back every day for each stop on the tour.

    By the way, I'm currently reading A Different Kind of Courage (almost done now!). It's been one of the best books I've read this year. :)

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    1. Tarissa, I am so glad you are enjoying it. I can't wait to see your thoughts.

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  3. Oh goodness...I don't know if I have a favourite Revolutionary war hero...I know that's probably near unthinkable. ;)
    Hoping I win so I get to read your book! It sounds very good!

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  4. The Revolutionary War is my favorite time period to read about, this book looks soo interesting!

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  5. How exciting!! Your book looks awesome! Can't wait to read it!

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  6. Oh, and I'm not quite sure who my favorite Revolutionary War hero is. So many to choose from! I once researched/wrote about a Revolutionary War heroine, Sybil Ludington. She was pretty awesome!

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    1. Sybil Ludington? I don't think I have heard of her. I will have to look her up.

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  7. One of my favorite Revolutionary War heroes (I can't say he's my only absolute favorite, though) is John Adams. He was faithful to the beliefs his Puritan ancestors brought to America in the seventeenth century, although many of the other leaders at the time were not. He also staunchly supported the Republic system, contrary to that of Democracy, which, over time, usually becomes an Oligarchy.

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    1. John Adams was an amazing man. He, and his wife, make some appearances in my book.

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