Monday, December 27, 2010

Clash of the Titles & Gail Pallotta

Clash of the Titles, Where Authors Compete and Readers Judge

The literary website, Clash of the Titles, launched with a bang, and has increased in momentum ever since. They’ve had phenomenal authors, from historical romance writer, Lena Nelson Dooley to fantasy writer extraordinaire, Janalyn Voigt. Today Jennifer Slattery, Marketing Representative for Clash of the Titles, will highlight six COTT participants.


Gail Pallotta competed in our best Weather/Nature category with her sweet e-book, Love Turns the Tide. “I was thrilled to have my excerpt chosen for Clash of the Titles,” Gail said. “It offered exposure for Love Turns the Tide in such a unique way. Even though putting one’s work up for voting is difficult, I liked the idea of letting the readers decide.”




In Love Turns the Tide Cammie O’Shea suffers through a broken engagement and relocates to Destin, Florida to take a new job. Struggling to get over her heartache and loneliness, she tries to renew her faith in the midst of petty crimes committed at her condo. When Vic Deleona comes to her rescue, she grows fond of him. But she gets an offer to return home. Amid fear and confusion she must make difficult decisions.

Does her fear paralyze her? Cloud her judgment? Guess you’ve got another book to add to that rapidly growing list, don’t you? Find out more about Gail and her novel at her personal website, http://www.gailpallotta.com/ and her blog, http://www.gailpallotta.blogspot.com/

Jennifer Slattery is a freelance writer, columnist, novelist and the marketing representative for Clash of the Titles. In 2009 she won first place in the HAWCN writing contest, book category and in 2010 she placed second in the Dixie Kane and fourth in the Golden Pen, Inspirational category for both. She has a weekly marriage column on the Reflections in Hindsight website and has been published in numerous other publications. You can find out more about her and her writing at http://jenniferslatterylivesoutloud.com/

16 comments:

  1. I'd like to win this book. The theme is interesting to me.

    joyfulhutch[at]msn[dot]com

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  2. Would love to win a copy of the book! Am a subscriber.

    dancealert at aol dot com

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  3. Would love to win a ocpy of the book!
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    Am a subscriber.

    dancealert at aol dot com

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  4. Please enter me in the drawing for this book!

    edwina(dot)cowgill(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. Love Turns the Tide sounds like a great read. The heroine is struggling to get over her heartache and loneliness as she tries to renew her faith amid fear and confusion how she makes the difficult decisions has me intrigued.
    Thanks,
    Rebecca
    rbooth43(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Would love to read this book. It really sounds like it would be a great read. Please enter me in the drawing.

    Blessings,
    Jo
    ladijo40(at)aol(dot)com

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  7. Love the title of this book. What a pretty name Cammie O'Shea! Would really like to read this book.

    alekee02[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  8. Lovely name. And I love the go home vs new chance dichotomy.
    sdeeth at msn dot com

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  9. Looks like a great read! Please enter me.

    seizethebookblog(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Wow, what a great way to spend the holidays - reading these sites! and what a great way to chase away the winter blues, by winning and reading these books. Would love to win! mitzi_wanham@yahho.com

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  11. I loved the weather excerpt in this book, and was so glad that it won. :)

    WTG, Gail! :)

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  12. This is a beautiful book by a wonderful writer. Hope 2011 brings more happiness and success your way, Gail! And you, too, K. Dawn; your blog is really lovely.

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  13. Sounds like the main character is grieving over the broken engagement and it is making it difficult to make decisions. Sounds like a great book.

    CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

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  14. I have heard many good things about Gail, but haven't read her writings yet. This book would definitely hold my interest, it sounds like a story I would like about overcoming sorrow. I can relate definitely. Thanks for this giveaway and for the chance to win this lovely book. I hope I do win.

    Blessings all year round,
    Barb Shelton
    barbjan10 at tx dot rr dot com

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  15. I've loved the excerpts of this book and am impressed with Gail's personable interviews. Congrats on winning the votes for Clash of the Titles.

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  16. Congrats again, Gail. This is a wonderful book!!! Best wishes for the New Year, my friend.

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