Monday, April 4, 2011

Wanted: Reviewers

Great news! I know you’ve all been waiting breathlessly – or maybe not. Well I certainly have been. Letters to Juniper will be released in print in May. Now available in Kindle ebook.

Now seeking advance reviews. There’s a free ebook in it for you. That’s right. ARCs are available in ebook only.

Letters to Juniper is middle grade novel.

A gripping story about life inside a Separatist compound during an FBI standoff, from 12-year old Sarah’s perspective.

Sarah Smith remembers when she was six years old her mother died and she moved to northern Idaho with her brother and father. Their lives changed drastically. The only vivid memory she has of her early childhood is her best friend Juniper Holland. In her letters to Juniper, Sarah reveals her innermost thoughts and feelings about her reclusive life with three younger brothers under the rigid oppression of her father and stepmother who call themselves Separatists. Their lives are turned upside down by an FBI investigation into her father’s association with members of the Aryan Nation. As the tension and violence escalate, Sarah faces life and death decisions in order to survive.

In May 2007, Letters to Juniper won YA's "First Three" middle grade contest with this praise: “'Letters to Juniper’ was a pleasure to read, and the judges quickly became intrigued by and invested in Sarah's story.”

“An incredible story that brought me to tears, made me angry and sad, and evoked a myriad of other emotions, even though it is geared to middle grade readers. It is my pleasure to see this book shared with the world. Tibbetts is a skilled and masterful writer. This is a book you will want to share with your children, your parents, and your friends.” -- Natalie R. Collins, author of The Fourth World, Sister Wife, and more.

Letters to Juniper is a hair-raising page-turner that delivers a totally unexpected surprise at the end.”

Here’s your chance to join the chorus of reviews, endorsements, and kudos. If you are interested in reviewing Letters to Juniper please email me:

Still not tempted? Watch the trailer –

Peggy Tibbetts

Now available in ebook –
Letters to Juniper

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  1. I wish I could review your book, Peggy. It sounds so good. But my life is in turmoil at the moment and I'm barely squeaking by with what I've undertaken. Congratulations on your book.

  2. Thanks Bev, I know the feeling.