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High Street by Jack Stinson ~BOOK GIVEAWAY~

WE HAVE A WINNER~~LINDA is the winner of this autographed book! Congrats!!!

Product Description

Jamie Boyer sits in a stark homeless shelter in one of the seedier areas just off of High Street, certain that he has messed up his life forever.


When did you get started as a writer?
About 12 years ago. I finally just started writing ... went to the library and started reading books on how to write.

Did you always want to be a writer?
Yes, at least since High School. I sort of shrugged it off when I went to college. (I decided to go into Engineering instead.) It was many years before I decided to really try.

Where do you get your inspiration/story ideas?
My life experiences, and those of others that I know. For High Street, I helped in a homeless ministry for quite a while and got my inspiration from that.

Who is your biggest cheerleader?
That would be my wife, Regina. She's also an excellent proofreader -- she catches inconsistencies and errors that most others miss.

Who are some of your favorite authors?
Frank Perretti is the best. I also read a lot of the secular author James Patterson.

When can we expect your next book?
I'm just really getting started with a new novel. Hopefully I'll be finished by the end of next year.

My Review

Wow! Wow! Wow! (Did I say wow?!)

Following Jamie from his semi-shelter life on his family farm in Shelby County downhill to the depths that High Street has to offer was an amazing journey that I would take again.

Jamie's dive into drugs and alcohol takes him down a road that no man willingly goes. Jamie's poor choices puts him in situations that he knows he needs his parents and God's help, but his pride keeps him from reaching out for help.

While Jamie fights with his inner demons, his mom back in Shelby County is realizing more adn more how much she needs God. Martha, Jamie's mom, is worried about Jamie. There's been no phone calls, no letters home, no visits for home cooked meals and Martha is getting more and more worried. It doesn't help to know that the kid Jamie went off to school with has gotten involved in hard drugs, the news only makes Martha worry more.

Jack does an amazing job capturing Jamie's battle, physically, mentally and spiritually. The ride it well worth it with an ending that will leave you saying WOW!

CONTEST: Drawing held by random selection on the evening of DECEMBER 1. (My birthday!)

Do you want to read High Street? Well, Jack has willing signed and given me a copy to give to one of you lucky readers. So here's how to enter. (Can earn one entry for each of the following.)

+ 1 ~ Leave a comment. (With a way for me to contact you if you are the winner!)

+2 ~Link back to this post on your blog, on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
and then leave a comment here with the link. (Again, included an email or way for me to contact you.)

+3 Become a follower of this blog. Then leave a comment saying you did so. (Again, Leave an email addy!)

Good Luck!

*This book was a gift from the author. My review was not paid for and the fact of a free book does not change my review of this book.


Anonymous said...

I'd love to be entered.
Never heard of Jack Stinson before but it sounds good.


Anonymous said...

Please enter me!

LacyFrill AT hotmail.com

Linda said...

New author for me, but I am so excited to find more and more good Christian fiction.

annarudow at gmail dot com

Linda said...

I am also a new follower.
annarudow at gmail dot com

mindy said...

this sounds wonderful glad i was able to get in minsthins at optonline dot net

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