Thursday, March 6, 2014

Slave Again: an International Suspense Novel

She escaped a North Korean prison camp only to find herself enslaved again.


Slave Again, by inspirational suspense novelist Alana Terry.

Synopsis: Mee-Kyong endured a childhood fending for herself in a North Korean prison camp. When she finally flees across the border into China, Mee-Kyong must draw upon all her survival skills. Does Mee-Kyong have the cunning she needs to escape the world of abuse and shame into which she's been sold? Can she manage to save both herself and the innocent child under her protection?
 
About the Author:  Alana Terry is a homeschool mom, pastor's wife, and Christian author. Her debut novel, The Beloved Daughter, has won awards from Women of Faith and the Book Club Network. The Beloved Daughter was a number one bestseller in Christian suspense on amazon. Her next novel, Slave Again, is due out this summer.

First Chapter Reveal: Want to read the first chapter from Slave Again? Scroll down below the giveaway to get your own sneak preview.


Giveaway Time! Alana is giving away free copies of her next release to anyone who makes a donation to Liberty in North Korea, an organization dedicated to rescuing refugees who escape North Korea. She's also giving away a mini kobo e-reader and several copies of Slave Again, so be sure to enter the giveaway below!

Click here to enter the giveaway:  a Rafflecopter giveaway

READ THE FIRST CHAPTER OF SLAVE AGAIN (if the widget below isn't working, click here).

3 comments:

Alana Terry said...

Thanks so much, Annie! Good luck on the giveaway, everyone!

Christina Morley said...

I read "Not Without My Daughter" in German. Stories about women and girls who suffer abuse and such are close to my heart. You can link this post on my weekend hop on Amanda's Books and More. Thanks for sharing and God bless to Alana for writing the book!
P.S. The Rafflecopter link isn't working.
P.P.S. Here's my book review and author interview for Heidi's first fantasy novel: A Tale in Two Parts at http://abooksandmore.blogspot.com/2013/12/a-tale-in-two-parts-book-review-and.html

Annie said...

The Rafflecopter worked for me. Maybe a temporary glitch? Thanks for the link to the review - I can't wait to read A Tale in Two Parts! Good to know about the blog hop, too. :-)