“Counting the Cost” Roundup of Memories Blog Tour


In celebration of the recent release of Counting the Cost by bestselling author, Liz Adair, Inglestone Publishing invites you to participate in a Roundup of Memories.


Counting the Cost is historical fiction, set in New Mexico and Arizona in the 1930s. Brilliantly told, the story is based on events from author Liz Adair’s own family history. In Liz’s book, the spring roundup is a central element in Liz’s book. So, for the Roundup of Memories, you are invited to join in the fun by submitting a favorite memory or family history story of your own. Here’s all you need to do to qualify for one of the prizes from Inglestone Publishing:


1. Submissions should be a memory of your own or a story of one of your own ancestors.

Submissions should be 300 to 500 words long and you may submit as many as you wish.


2. To submit your entries, simply visit www.inglestonepublishing.com, click on the Roundup of Memories image near to top of the home page, then fill out the simple form.


3. Submit entries by May 20. Selected submissions will be published on the Inglestone Publishing Web site; and the winners will be announced May 25.


Contest winners will receive:

An autographed copy of Counting the Cost by Liz Adair

Copy of “Using Family History in Fiction” by Liz Adair

“Gold nugget bag” of chocolate coins

Grand Prize Winner will receive all of the above, PLUS a $10 gift certificate to Amazon.com





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