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by Julie Frayn on March 28, 2015 in  Writing

Novels by #eNovAaW Bestselling authors up for Grabs!

Awesome Book Giveaway!

Giveaway begins March 28!
$10 Amazon Gift Card from Jackie Weger, your #eNovAaW Host

When Good Friends Go Bad by Ellie Campbell (eCopy)
How To Survive Your Sister by Ellie Campbell (eCopy)

Miranda Bay by Susan Tarr (eCopy)



People We Love by Jenny Harper (eCopy)

Mazie Baby by Julie Frayn (eCopy)
It Isn’t Cheating If He’s Dead by Julie Frayn (eCopy)

Ambrosia by the Sea by Traci Hall (Signed Paperback, US Only)
$5 Amazon Gift Card from Traci Hall

Angeli by Amy Vansant (eCopy)
Slightly Stalky by Amy Vansant (eCopy)

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