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Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Blog Tour Tens List & Giveaway - The Boogie Trapp by Kerry Copeland Smith



The Boogie Trapp
by Kerry Copeland Smith

Synopsis:
Something happened to two boys over sixty years ago. The backwoods of Alabama in the 1940s set the stage for this edge of your seat thriller. Boogie and Trapper are best friends, known about town for their wild, annoying, obnoxious, and hysterically funny antics. Roaming the woods, swimming in the creek, playing Double Dare, smoking, cussing, drinking beer, and always trying to outdo each other. These two thirteen-year-old boys growing up in this time period have freedoms that would be considered absolutely crazy by today's standards. Riding their bikes on a drizzly April day, goofing off and having fun for hours, looking forward to the boy/girl party they are excitedly anticipating later today, rumors of kissing games and more make them silly and giddy. Then the day goes terribly wrong. They have found themselves in a desperate "no way out" situation. They are thrown into a horrific event that moves faster than a speeding bullet, a wild, white knuckled roller coaster ride, RUN Boogie, RUN, RUN................ A suspenseful, scary thriller, tragically horrific, it is a story that must be told, a promise that must be kept. Their lives will be changed forever - can they get away, and will they ever live to tell the tale?

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TENS LIST
10 Favorite Books Read This Year

Books by the following authors: 
Wilbur Smith
Elmore Leonard
Michael Connelly
Lee Child
Jeff Shaara
Bernard Cornwell
John Sandford


About the Author
Kerry Copeland Smith is the pseudonym of Harold (Hal) W. Brewer and also his alter-ego, Brewer will readily confess. “He was there waiting for me when they pulled me from my mother’s womb,” Brewer laughingly says. “Boogie is older, smarter, tougher and more daring, so I have been very fortunate to have had him around all these years.” Brewer, the youngest of four children, grew up in the small coal mining town of Bradford, Alabama, where his father was employed as a coal miner. His mother, a “stay at home mom,” was an accomplished seamstress, an avid reader, and strict disciplinarian, who “kept close tabs on me,” Brewer states.

Brewer attended Mortimer Jordan High in Morris, Alabama and the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He was hired by Montgomery Ward Co. in 1964 and spent the next thirty-two years as an executive, in both their Retail and Logistics’ division. After retiring from the retail business in 1996, he formed his own Real Estate Investment Co., which he managed until fully retiring in 2008.

“Boogie was there with me every step of the way, Brewer says. When things weren’t right and the going was tough, I called on Boogie and things got straightened out!” Brewer is also an accomplished artist. His paintings hang in numerous homes throughout the south. He currently lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife Tammie and their three cats. He has two sons (from a previous marriage), three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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***GIVEAWAY***

1 Winner will receive a Copy of The Boogie Trapp by Kerry Copeland Smith.
1 Winner will receive a $20.00 Amazon Gift Card.
Giveaway is open to International. Must be 13+ to Enter.


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13 comments:

  1. I'm scared of lots of physical things like snakes, spiders, other insects, etc. But that fear is nothing compared to the fear of losing a person I love.

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  2. I don't know why, but being alone in the dark really scares me!

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  3. Possibly losing my husband or my child... I can handle just about anything but either of those things terrify me. Thank you for the chance to win!!

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  4. My biggest fear is probably that I might outlive everyone that I love and have to watch them all die before I do. I can't imagine being here with all of them gone. Horrifying.

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  5. I'm scared of pit bulls. I love to go for a walk but I'm afraid of dogs.

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  6. I'm literally bug phobic! Any bugs freak me out.

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  7. Having a horrible and slow death. This scares the hell outta me.

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  8. I hate spiders deathly afraid of them

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  9. The deaths of my Children before me, because they are the whole reason I exist. I am disabled, and without them, my life is nothing.

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  10. My dogs getting hurt, they are my baby's and i always worry they will run out in front of a car, or something crazy they never leave me but it is a fear. I am also afraid of moths I hate them with a passion, the way they can't keep control of themselve's just creeps me out!!!

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  11. monsters with lots of big teeth, would rather they didn't eat me - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  12. My fear is spiders I'm terrified of them . I had one crawl over my bare leg once and now I'm deadly afraid

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  13. I'm terrified of worms. When I was little, a kid threw a handful of worms at me, and I have never gotten over it.

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