COTT: A New Clash to Vote For

Hostess: Gail Pallotta January 2015, brought us many great fiction books. Contemporary, historical, young adult futuristic and a suspense novel round out this month’s Clash. Which of these will you put at the top of your to-be-read list? *** During the 1960s, Henry Youngblood feels the call to plant a new church. Meanwhile, his wife wonders how to pay the bills for the new baby, keep their teen-aged daughters under…

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COTT: Books by the COTT Staff

As the below featured novels attest, Clash of the Titles staff is a talented group! Please enjoy this sampling of our latest releases.   The Last Detail by Lisa Lickel Hope, love, and loss meld two polar opposite personalities. How long can they keep passion for their ministry and each other after the wedding? Merit ushers in new life; Amalia ushers it out. Love? Obviously. Marriage? Check. Dealing with the…

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COTT: Max Elliot Anderson’s River Rampage Wins Competiton

: Max Elliot Anderson’s book for boys, River Rampage, wins the Clash of The Titles competition for New June Releases. His film background adds dramatic action to his writing. River Rampage by Max Elliot Anderson   A hearty congratulations to Max! A special thank you to all the talented authors who were part of this fun week! Carol Cox, author of Love in Disguise Myra Johnson, author of A Horseman’s…

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COTT Survey: What Summer Book Would You Read First?

Hostess: Gail Pallotta Summer’s the perfect time to spend a day by the shore, an afternoon on a lake or several hours in a hammock with a good book. The June releases featured are brand new and offer a great variety in selection. They include a boy’s book, contemporary and historical romance, western mystery, and romantic suspense. The presses are small and traditional. Find your favorite summer reading spot to…

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COTT: Gail Pallotta Interviews Winter Author Kevin Newsome

Clash of the Titles Congratulates Keven Newsome, author of Winter  and winner of the Comparable Cover/ Book Blurb Clash! One of the commenters at Clash of the Titles said, “Just finished Winter, loved it.” About Winter: We’re all freaks. It’s just a matter of perspective. Winter Maessen didn’t ask for the gift of prophecy. She’s happy being a freak – but now everyone thinks she’s crazy. Or evil. Goths aren’t…

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Clash of the Titles Interview with Gail Pallotta by April W. Gardner

*guest post by COTT Sr. Editor, April W Gardner This week, it was my privilege to spend a few extra minutes with author Gail. Gail is one of the blog alliance correspondents at Clash of the Titles. Her husband, Rick, says she’s the only person he knows who can go in the grocery for a loaf of bread and come out with someone’s life story. That’s probably because she inherited…

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