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Monday, May 26, 2008

Blog Tour - Rene Gutteridge and Skid

I didn't get the chance to send out an interview to Rene, but the skilled copywriting below for the back cover of the book says it all. This book is an adventure of comedic proportions that you're sure to love.


Rene Gutteridge is the author of twelve novels, including the Boo series, the Storm series, and the novelization for The Ultimate Gift, as well as Scoop and Snitch, the first two Occupational Hazard novels. She lives with her husband, Sean, and their two children in Oklahoma City.

by Rene Gutteridge
Published by Multnomah Books


Blissfully unaware that Atlantica Flight 1945 from Atlanta to Amsterdam is about to make aviation history, First Officer Danny McSweeney focuses his energies on navigating the turbulent personalities of an eccentric female captain, a co-pilot with a talent for tactless comments and conspiracy theories, and a lead flight attendant with an outsized attitude that definitely exceeds the limits for carry-on baggage.

On the other side of the cockpit door, the unscheduled in-flight entertainment includes a potbellied pig, a jittery diamond courier, and the recently jilted Lucy Meredith, whose personal mantra of "What Would Oprah Do?" will be challenged by the sudden appearance of her ex and his new traveling partner. On her left sits Hank Hazard, whose unusually polite but constant requests–prompted by his covert role as a spy for the airline–test the limits of the crew's customer service.

But as Lucy and the rest of the crew discover, Hank's odd behavior is linked to a quiet faith that may play a key role in the fate of everyone on board. Especially when an unexpected traveler sets this already bumpy flight on a course toward the unfriendly skies.

Buy your copy of Skid today!

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Readers, leave a comment for your chance to win a FREE copy of Skid.

If you wish to comment but don't want to be entered, say so when you post. Make sure you also leave your email address (name at domainname or that it's available for viewing in your blogger profile. Wouldn't want you to miss out on winning a book. :)

And if you want to make certain you don't miss anything, check the box that says 'email follow-up comments to:' when you leave a comment and they'll be sent to the email address associated with your blogging account. That way you'll be notified of any comments and will know when I announce the winner.

This week, the contest is open to US/Canada residents only.

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Pamela J said...

This sounds like great fun and on-the-edge of the seat reading. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks.
cepjwms at yahoo dot com

Carole said...

Skid sounds like a great book! I've heard great things about Rene's writing and would love to win a copy of this one. Thank you for the opportunity!

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

Cherie J said...

Ooh! Sounds like a great story! Enjoyed the spotlight.

Grateful Gramma said...

I've only read one of Rene's books but I really liked it. Would love to try this one.

windycindy said...

Evening! This book sounds very edgy to me. I don't like to fly and I am sure this wouldn't change my mind!
The characters sound rather quirky and interesting. I would like to find out about Hank's quiet faith. Please enter me in your drawing. Many thanks,Cindi

ChristyJan said...

I have all four of Rene's BOO series of books at the top of my TBR pile. SKID sounds like a fun read too.

Carolynn said...

Skid sounds great! Thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I was blessed to meet Rene in person (she is so nice :) and would love to win one of her books!

tetewa said...

This sounds like one that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Tiffany Amber Stockton said...

We have TWO winners for this drawing, and they are:


I've either emailed you or already have your information, and your books will go out tomorrow.

NINE other drawing winners announced. Check out the posts on Vickie McDonough, Tina Ann Forkner, Donita K. Paul, Nancy Moser, Marlo Schalesky, Gayle Roper, Tamera Alexander, Allison Pittman, and Sandra Robbins.

Thanks, as always, for your support.