May 20, 2015

Spotlight on Jennifer Bort Yacovissi's Up the Hill to Home {Giveaway}

Giveaway winner - Deanne


Genre & Subject:                                                     Historical Fiction                                                                       
Demographic:                                                          Adults, Women, Catholics
Release Date:                                                           April 28, 2015
Publisher:                                                                  Apprentice House Press / Loyola University Maryland
Publisher Phone:                                                      410-617-5265                                                                                 
Distributor:                                                                Ingram                                                                                        
Hardcover ISBN:                                                    9781627200394
Paperback ISBN:                                                    9781627200561
Ebook ISBN:                                                            9781627200400

Prices:                                                                        $35.99 (h), $19.99 (p), $5.99 (e)

Author URL:                                                            www.jbyacovissi.com

Publicist:                                                                    Stephanie Barko, Literary Publicist - stephanie@stephaniebarko.com
                                                                                   
Pages:                                                                        477

Images:                                                                     None

Index:                                                                        No

Bibliography:                                                           No

Bindery:                                                                    Hardcover, Paperback, Ebook

Family. Home. Memories. Lillie Voith holds these values most dear.

When the cherished daughter, wife, and mother of nine is bedridden after a fall, her memories tug at threads woven through a century, as the fabric of her family frays around her.

“A living portrait of a loving family”, Up The Hill sketches four generations of the Miller/Beck/Voith clan from pre-Civil War to Depression era Washington DC.


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About the author
Jenny Yacovissi grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, just a bit farther up the hill from Washington, D.C. Her debut novel, Up the Hill to Home, is a fictionalized account of her mother's family in the same region. 

In addition to writing historical and contemporary literary fiction, Jenny is a reviewer for Washington Independent Review of Books and Historical Novel Society. She owns a small project management and engineering consulting firm, and enjoys gardening and being on the water. Jenny lives with her husband Jim in Crownsville, Maryland. 

To learn more about the families in Up the Hill to Home and see photos and artifacts from their lives, visit 

GIVEAWAY
Please leave a comment below with your email address to enter to win an eBook copy of this book -- open internationally! Giveaway ends on Wednesday, May 27 at 11:59pm CST.

6 comments:

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  2. If I could surround myself with historical books both fiction and nonfiction I would. I absolutely love to read historical books. Sometimes I feel like I was born in the wrong century since my interest is so high. I am the Mother of 12 children and this book along with it's historical detail is fine. I would love to read this. Thank you for the opportunity.
    Deanne
    Cnnamongirl(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. Deanne, you are the winner! I've sent your name and email to the publicist. Enjoy!

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    2. Wow ! Thank you so much. How exciting !

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  3. Thank you so much for this giveaway! This novel sounds wonderful!

    marykate dot sullivan711 @ gmail dot com

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  4. I live in the area and would love to read some historical fiction about where I live. Thatnks for the giveaway!

    tmrtini at gmail) dot) com)

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