Monday, June 13, 2011

"Angels in Cowboy Boots" by Sunny Eads

Clash of The Titles
Guest post by April W Gardner

Meet previous Clash of the Titles gladiator, Sunny (SQ) Eads. She is the author of Angel in Cowboy Boots.


Two years ago Sarah Bentley lost everything except her faith and it teeters in sync with her hesitant steps. Now a chance encounter with four-year-old Matt and his uncle, Dave McKeever, brings hope for the future with a job, a wonderful new place to live, and...dare she dream? Active outdoors man, Dave McKeever, battles the instant attraction between them believing God can't possibly want him to marry a woman held together by titanium joints and steel rods when he needs a capable, athletic mate. Though God's love brings them up out of the valley of pain and death, can they trust Him not to thrust them there again?


Sunny (SQ) Eads, an award winning author, was born and raised in southern Arizona. She received her higher education at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona and flew several years with American Airlines. Her love of Arizona and the mountains surrounding the state are evident in all of her novels thus far. Sunny has lived in Arizona, New York, Pennsylvania, New Mexico and Texas. Inspiration for her characters comes from the hero she married, her two lovely daughters and especially her six wonderful grandchildren.

Sunny, how long have you been writing?
SQ Eads is my pen name, I've been writing for over twenty years.

What do you love about writing in general, and about this book in particular?
I love writing because, unlike life, I can guarantee a happy ending. God seems to plant an idea in my mind, then He lets me run with it and develop the story. In the end, Jesus is the answer to all my characters' problems.

In Angels In Cowboy Boots, Matt, the four-year-old boy, holds a special place in my heart; he's a blend of my five grandsons. Sarah is far from Dave's idea of a perfect mate, but God repairs the broken and makes it ideal.
How did you arrive at this particular back cover blurb? Was it you or your publisher or a group effort?
I created the blurb.  I wanted the reader to see how all things are possible with God. In Angels In Cowboy Boots, God takes a broken life and a misguided one, intertwines the two, and creates a deeply loving couple to parent an orphaned boy.

What do you do first when you’re browsing in a book store? Back cover, front, cover, inside, first few pages? What usually entices you to buy a book by an author new to you?
When browsing in a book store, my first step is to look at the title then read the back blurb. My decision to purchase comes from that information. It hooks me or it doesn't.

Thanks, Sunny!

In her giveaway, Sunny is offering her drawing winner the choice of paperback, Nook, or Kindle.
--April W. Gardner is the Sr. Editor at the literary site, Clash of the Titles. 
                                            She is also the author of the best-selling novel, Wounded Spirits.


  1. Thanks for this opportunity to appear on your blog. I wanted to offer your readers a choice of any of my five novels in any version except the large print. So if they have already read Angels in Cowboy Boots they could choose one of the remaining four. Looking forward to meeting some new friends,
    SQ Eads

  2. This book sounds very interesting and unlike others that I have read before. Please enter me.


  3. Sunny is a friend from high school. We reconnected via Facebook and I discovered that she is an author. I have not yet read any of her books, so would love to win one.

    Twila Chambers

  4. Please enter me. I posted this to my blog:

    Brenda from Michigan

    dancealert at aol dot com

  5. Please include me...this book sounds wonderful!
    Thank You!


  6. I love books where the main characters aren't "perfect". Thanks for the chance to win "Angels in Cowboy Boots."

    twinwillowsfarm at gmail dot com

  7. I loved the interview with Sunny. Her book, Angels in Cowboy Boots sounds like a great read and I'd love to win it!


  8. love to be entered thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  9. SQ Eads and her writings are new to me. This current story is quite unusual and more than interesting to my reading appetite. I "liked" her page on FB and am following her blog. I'd like to get to know her better. Thanks for this great giveaway and the chance to win the book. I hope I win!

    A Christian Sister,
    Barb Shelton
    barbjan10 at tx dot rr dot com

  10. I read the back covers first too, and because I am an English teacher, I check out the grammar and syntax of the wording there. I turned down one of the more popular series (about vampires) because there were misspelled words in the very first line of the back cover. Thanks for the chance to win one of your books.

  11. What a great blurb--titanium joints and steel rods. Sounds like an interesting challenge.

    sheiladeeth at hotmail dot com

  12. Sounds like something God would do: put people together with opposite circumstances and show them Himself through it. Sounds like a great book.
    Pam Williams
    cepjwms at wb4me dot com

  13. The little cowboy on the cover has captured my heart! I would love to read this book :)

  14. Great interview. Angel in Cowboy Boots sound wonderful.Please enter me in the giveaway.Thanks for the giveaway.augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com.

  15. I love cowboys and know this will be another great book to read. Love the cover.
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

    misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

    Blogger still will not let me post on this type comment form. Tried to fix it and messed it up even worse. lol

  16. Thanks for the chance to win this book!
    I am very grateful!

    Many Blessings and Smiles:)
    Charlotte Kay
    charlovesmark at gmail dot com

  17. I can't wait to read it!

    Melanie Isaac

  18. "All things are possible with God" -- that is so true.

  19. Wow this sounds great Cannot wait to read it

    Walk in harmony,

  20. Your story line is quite unique. I'm curious to see how it all comes out.
    queenbjan (at) msn (dot) com

  21. Angels in Cowboy Boots seems to present really difficult obstacles for the main characters to overcome. I'd love to know how they figure it out.
    Kaye Whitney

  22. The winner of my novel for this drawing was Judy at (judyjohn2004[at]yahoo[dot]com).
    Judy has been notified by separate email.
    Thank you for participating in the drawing and for your lovely and inspiring comments.
    Be sure to watch K Dawn's blog for additional opportunities to win one of my novels. particularly June 18th and July 15th.
    Blessings and Happy Reading,
    Sunny (SQ Eads)

  23. would love too win