Announcing: Dawn Torrens returns to BestSelling Reads

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Dawn Torrens, one of the original members of BestSelling Reads, has rejoined the author’s group.

Starting with an autobiography she wrote to explain her life to her daughter, Amelia’s Story: A Childhood Lost, Dawn has written 14 books over the past six years, including a sequel to Amelia’s Story, Amelia’s Destiny, the Poppy Fields trilogy, contemporary romance and poetry.

Born in England where she now lives with her husband and daughter, Dawn is also a Headline Reviewer for BBC Radio WM.

Get more information about Dawn Torrens on her:

And follow her on Twitter @torrenstp

 

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Win-a-Book Wednesday: Army of Worn Soles

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By Scott Bury

Army of Worn Soles cover

 

Win a paperback copy of Army of Worn Soles by answering this question:

Which modern-day European country does the action in this book take place in?

Answer in the Comments below. The author will draw two winners from the correct entries.

About Army of Worn Soles

A Canadian is drafted into the Soviet Red Army in 1941, just in time to be thrown against Nazi Germany’s invasion in Operation Barbarossa. Caught in the vise of the Nazi and Communist forces, Maurice Bury concentrates on keeping his men alive as they retreat across Ukraine from the German juggernaut. Now the question is: will they escape from the hell of the POW camp before they starve to death?

It is available in e-book form exclusively on Amazon.

About the author

Pic-ScottBuryScott Bury is a journalist, editor and writer living in Ottawa, Canada. His articles have been published in newspapers and magazines in Canada, the US, UK and Australia, including Macworld, the Ottawa Citizen, the Financial Post, Marketing, Canadian Printer, Applied Arts, PEM, Workplace, Advanced Manufacturing and others.

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He holds a BA from Carleton University’s School of Journalism. He has two sons, an orange cat and a loving wife who puts up with a lot.

He is a recipient of Maclean Hunter’s Top 6 Award and a member of a team that won a Neal Award for business reporting.

He published his first novel, The Bones of the Earth, in 2012 and follow it with his “50 Shades” spoof, One Shade of Red, in 2013. His latest book, Army of Worn Soles, is a memoir in novel style that tells the story of Maurice Bury, a Canadian who was drafted into the Red Army in 1941 and escaped from a German POW camp. He is now working on the sequel.

He can be found online at www.writtenword.ca, on his blog, Written Words, on Amazon, on Twitter @ScottTheWriter, and on Facebook.

 

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