BWL Publishing Inc. has a new contest in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Visit our website https://bookswelove.net to enter.
Find the Leprechauns on four of our BWL Author pages. Visit the author pages in the index to the left on our home page. Four of those pages have leprechauns on the page. Jot down the name of the author where you find each leprechaun, and when you've found all four, fill out the entry form at the top of the webpage with the names of the four authors.
Winner will receive the pictured Tower of Leprechaun treats as well as a print copy of Eileen O'Finlan's Irish historical novel, Kelegeen, Plus a BWL Leprechaun Golden Ticket that can be used to purchase any six Ebooks from our BWL Authors - so be sure to check out the books on the pages and make a list of any books you might want for your Golden Ticket.
Entries Start March 1 and Prize Drawing will be March 17. Winner will be notified by email and winner's name will be posted here.
This golden ticket entitles the winner to six
BWL Publishing Ebooks in the format of their choice.
BWL March New Releases
It never rains but it pours as the old saw goes. It looked like the truth of this saying was about to play out for Robie and his partner, Pete Duncan.
First on their plate was the discovery of a young teenage girl found by a night patrolman lying behind bushes on Chebucto Road who had been raped. Next, Robie is sent to investigate an accident on a ship in for repairs in which a man died. He soon uncovers a conspiracy by local businessmen to use inferior materials, and last, Pete goes after moonshiners who are peddling poison booze through local bootleggers.
War brings out the best in people at times: heroism; sacrifice, while in others only evil and opportunism. Robie and Pete relentlessly pursue the three cases with a sense of anger and determination
Lighting The Lamp dramatizes the efforts of Terry Burke, a sympathetic, at times caustic and critical, but ordinary old guy, to come to grips with who he is and what his life has been.
His struggle to accept retirement and to interpret the iterations of the voice in his head spreads to concern over the mysterious death of a wanderer.
Terry’s obsession to solve the mystery fuses directly with his personal history and leads him in and out of fascinating, half-remembered mythological landscapes.
Terry is enjoined to revisit the haunts of his youth. Family dynamics of the present, mirrored in Irish heritage of the past, come into play as do contrarian opinions encountered among cronies, distant friends, and lost loves. Motivated by his muse to tell all, what he seeks in addition to understanding is truthful voice and the purest possible point of view.
Aware that remembrance of things past in not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were, this quixotic Everyman eventually reaches beyond self, beyond mystery, and beyond theodicy to a philosophical embrace of cosmic apotheosis.
Montreal provides more than a background for potential jihad-sponsored terrorism, or ghosts out of the past, or a romantic trip down memory lane; the many-layered city takes on the function of a defined and demanding character and declares in a voice Terry hears clearly: know me and know yourself!
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