Children's Novel Review+Giveaway - Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light by Jaimie Engle

I recently had the pleasure of meeting (through email, of course) the awesome, multi-talented, fellow mother and momtrepreneur turned author, Jaimie Engle.  Jaimie is about to launch her new children's novel, Clifton Chase and the Arrow of the Light, a story about the War of the Roses, King Richard III and his two famous nephews, whose bodies were never found.

Official Book Trailer 

“It's quite fortuitous timing,” says Elisa Hirsch, an editor at Wayman Publishing, “since the skull of King Richard III was discovered and verified in February of this year. Engle's writing is rich. Children will learn about history while discovering an exciting tale that not only includes ancient kings and princes, but has dragons, dwarfs and talking mermaids as well.”

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About Jaimie Engle

Jaimie Engle has run a body shop, managed a hip-hop band, modeled bikinis, and danced at the Aloha Bowl halftime show. This wife and mother of two currently teaches creative and essay writing to both Homeschool and college students, and offers a manuscript critique service for aspiring authors. She has published many short stories online and in print, including anthologies with Nightfall Magazine, Skive, eFiction Noir, and a children's piece appearing in Clubhouse Jr. in 2014. She was awarded second place in the 2012 Space Coast Writer's Guild's short story competition and second place in the 2009 Writer’s Journal Magazine contest in the poetry division. Her debut middle grade novel, CLIFTON CHASE AND THE ARROW OF LIGHT published through Wayman Publishing (, is available on September 1st through Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble nook and Apple iTunes. Drop in on her at to read some more of her short tales and follow her Amazon Author page.

Follow Jaimie
Twitter @jaimiengle and Facebook @jaimiengle
Download fun coloring pictures at more at

Follow Clifton Chase
Twitter @cliftonchase13 and Facebook @CliftonChaseAdventure

To Buy
Visit to purchase your copy.

From the Novel
"You must take it," Edward said, as he shoved the glowing shaft toward Clifton's chest. "If my uncle gets this arrow in his hands, the entire kingdom will be in danger. It will remain safe with you, in your world."
"But, I'm just an ordinary boy," Clifton said. "This isn't my problem."

Edward stepped closer, his face no longer resembling a boy of Clifton's age, but for the first time he looked like a king. "You are the one, Clifton. The arrow has chosen you."

Jaimie is graciously offering one lucky reader a signed paperback copy of her book and three other winners the eBook version of their choice.  Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.  Good Luck.  (Open to US only)  Giveaway Ends 8/31/13.

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  1. I prefer paperback. I do own a nook but print books are better. I'm also a librarian so I'm biased. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  2. I still prefer paperback although I am learning to use both.

  3. I still like to read a good old paperback myself.

  4. Still prefer paperback. I like reading to my kids at bedtime this way.

  5. I prefer paperback books, I like to hold them in my hands and see them on my shelves :)

  6. Paperback! Lynn buttedal

  7. I like both. I really like my kindle though for reading in bed.

  8. I still like paperback books

  9. Jennifer - Vicki Vix on RafflecopterAugust 30, 2013 at 2:57 PM

    I prefer paperbacks to ebooks. Thanks for the giveaway.

  10. I prefer paper backs. Thank you


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