Invisible Fault Lines: Feature Week Contest

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This week, we are featuring Invisible Fault Lines by Kristen-Paige Madonia, the author of Fingerprints of You. Invisible Fault Lines comes out May 3rd, so we wanted to help get you excited about this book in the week ahead of its release.

IFL final cvrTo kick things off of course, we have a little bit more about the book … AND a contest! The contest runs all week, and you can earn extra entries by checking out EVERY post this week. So be sure to come back each day for how to earn those extra entries. (They’re worth a lot!)

But first, here’s more about Invisible Fault Lines:

“My father disappeared on a Tuesday that should’ve been like any Tuesday, but eventually became the Tuesday my father disappeared.”

Tired of living in limbo, Callie finally decides to investigate her father’s disappearance for herself. Maybe there was an accident at the construction site that he oversaw? Maybe he doesn’t remember who he is and is lost wandering somewhere? But after seeing a familiar face in a photo from the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, she wonders if the answer is something else entirely.

Hailed by Judy Blume as a “remarkable young novelist,” Kristen-Paige Madonia, author of Fingerprints of You, explores how to rebuild a life after everything seems lost.

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And now here’s your first chance to enter to win a prize pack courtesy of Kristen-Paige!

The winner will receive a signed finished copy of Invisible Fault Lines, a bookmark, and a sticker!

Get started by filling out the Rafflecopter form below, and tell us in the comments: what is something in your life you have — or would — investigate?

The contest runs through midnight (PT) on Sunday, May 1st. U.S. only.

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  1. My best friend died of mysterious medical circumstances, that I would have investigated if I could have.

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