Monthly Book Giveaway – Shadows: Story of the Kayouta by Elicia Seawell

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Each month, Small Press and Indie book review will be hosting a giveaway of one of the books in our queue to be reviewed. All you have to do to enter this month is follow us on Twitter @SPIBookReview.  Our giveaway for June features the self-published YA novel Shadows: Story of the Kayouta by Elicia Seawell.

This is the story of young Nadia Green who, after the death of her grandmother and the return of her family to the Eastern Cherokee Indian reservation in North Carolina, finds herself in the middle of things she never even thought possible. It’s up to Nadia to continue her grandmother’s work and to find love in the last place she thought she wanted to be.

Elicia M. Seawell started out as a freelance graphic artist and fell in love with writing when she began her work in the newspaper industry. After long sleepless nights, she found writing as a way to combat her insomnia however most of her characters were developed while standing in the frozen food section deciding on ice cream. She is the author of Peach River Acres and The Tarot Diaries series. Elicia is currently working on the next installment of The Tarot Diaries series.

To enter the giveaway please click here. Winners will be notified on June 14th and sent a link on how to claim their prize through Amazon. Don’t forget to share with your friends!

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