BLACK EAGLE — New Release and Free Give-Away

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Sometimes I wish I had a way to play trumpets on the blog because today is the release day of BLACK EAGLE.  Yea!  (Pretend you hear music with trumpets.)  Today BLACK EAGLE is released in both ebook and Tradepaper format.  Also today, I’m giving away a copy of the ebook BLACK EAGLE to some lucky winner and a copy of the Tradepaper of BLACK EAGLE to another lucky winner.  All you have to do is leave a comment, but please see the rules below (in my bio) for the rules that govern the drawing.

A couple of words about the drawing — these are also covered in the rules that govern the drawings here at Petticoats and Pistols.  You must be 18 or older to enter. The drawing applies only to US residents and is void where prohibited.  Please remember that in order to win, if you are the winner, you will not know it unless you check back tomorrow evening to see who are the winners.  This is important, because we don’t contact the winners at Petticoats and Pistols — so please, please check back tomorrow.  It breaks my heart to draw a name and then never hear from the person.  Instructions will be given when I announce the winner tomorrow on how to claim your prize.  You must contact me, okay?  So please do check back tomorrow evening.











Since the book is just out, I thought I’d leave you with a bit of an excerpt.  This excerpt is from the beginning of the book.






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KAREN KAY aka GEN BAILEY is the multi-published author of American Indian Historical Romances. She has written for such prestigious publishers as AVON/HarperCollins, Berkley/Penguin/Putnam and Samhain Publishing. KAREN KAY’S great grandmother was Choctaw Indian and Kay is honored to be able to write about the American Indian Culture.
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34 thoughts on “BLACK EAGLE — New Release and Free Give-Away”

  1. This books sounds great Karen. Yours always do. I have always loved the Indian type stories since even those in Canada I guess could be correctly termed Native American too. I can then just say I love the Native American genre and include all different tribes and peoples in history. Black Eagle will be at the top of my To Be Bought pile. Thanks for keeping this genre alive for us.

    • Hi Elaine!

      Thank you so much for your post. It’s interesting, isn’t it that the genre isn’t as big as it used to be. These things go in circles, and so I do believe that we’re going to see an upswing in this kind of story very soon. : )

  2. Hi Karen. You already know I love your Indian books. Started reading this genre many ears ago. This book sounds good. I would love to win the print book. Thanks for a chance. Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

  3. Hi Karen!!! I love the book cover. I loved reading the excerpt for the new book!!! I would love to win this book!!!! Congratulations on your new release too!!!! I always enjoy reading your books. Have a happy thanksgiving!!!!

  4. Kay, sorry to be so late getting here…babysitting my eight year old grandson AND helping at the horse rescue. I am hearing those trumpets…congrats on another fabulous book. xoxoxo

  5. Congrats on the release! The excerpt is exciting, with some interesting tension. I can’t wait to read this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. Congratulations on your new release! Aren’t you clever posting this book the day before Thanksgiving. As you have told me I have been lucky with you books so count me out and give someone else a better chance. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. I seldom say this but stop writing and enjoy the day!

    • Hi Whitney!

      You post made me smile. : ) Stop writing? Goodness, I thought holidays were meant to be there so you could write more than usual. : ) Who would’ve thought…

  7. I would like to read Marisa and Black Eagle’s love story! Marisa’s uncle sounds like a horrible human being. I hope Sarah and Marisa can come up with a plan to figure out the name of the town so that they help the Dutch people and stop her uncle’s plans.

    As I don’t own an e-reader I would love to have a chance to win the print copy of your book.
    johns lake at usa dot com

  8. I should probably post here that this is the last entry for the comments on this blog. I’ll be doing a drawing now and will post the results yet tonight (November 25th). Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

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