Dogwood Blues Free on Kindle Unlimited

After Jennifer Garner shared a quote on mine on her Instagram and Facebook accounts, I’ve been contacted by numerous people wanting to read Dogwood Blues, my novel.

A Kindle edition is available at the link posted below. And it is free for Kindle Unlimited! Take advantage of this free offer while you can. If you’ve already read the book, tell a friend about the offer. And thank you for reading!

Here’s the link to the Kindle edition of DOGWOOD BLUES: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FC2GDGM

 

Book signing for Dogwood Blues near Atlanta.

Dogwood Blues was nominated for a 2015 Georgia Author of the Year Award. It has been chosen by dozens of book clubs as their book of the month, and I’ve been honored to speak to many of the book groups.

If you want to read the reviews for Dogwood Blues, you can find them on Amazon or you can click on this link for Goodreads. It will take you to my Goodreads page with reviews.

Below is the quote from some of my personal writings that Jennifer Garner shared.

“Ask me about my childhood, and I will tell you to walk to the edge of the woods with a choir of crickets chirping from every direction, a hot, humid breeze brushing through your hair, your feet bare and callused. Stand there, unmoving, and watch the dance of ten thousand fireflies blinking on and off in the darkness. Inhale the scent of cured tobacco, freshly plowed southern soil, burning leaves, and honeysuckle. Swallow the taste of blackberries, picked straight from the bushes, and lick your teeth, the after-taste still sweet in your mouth. Now, stretch out on the ground and relax all your muscles. Watch nature’s festival of flickering lights.”

 

“If you liked the movie Steel Magnolias, you will love Dogwood Blues, the book.”~~~A reader.

Brenda Sutton Rose

Author of DOGWOOD BLUES

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