Nominate Charlie Liebert’s Novel “Yellowstone’s Child”

Only 10 days left to nominate my novel “Yellowstone’s Child”, at https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/5RW7U0BIR6MV.

The book’s main theme is personal identity, “Who am I?” A married couple of chicken farmers from Mississippi loose their 10-year-old daughter to brain cancer. They plan to move to Nebraska to recover from her loss, but first take a short vacation at Yellowstone. At the same time, at Yellowstone three cousins from a family reunion fall into a river and one of them, Sarah, hits her head and floats away downstream. The MS couple rescues her with complete amnesia, kidnaps her and takes her to replace their dead daughter. Sarah’s family searches, recovers no body and she is declared dead. The MS couple inherit a lot of wealth, move to Nebraska, change their identities and move again to Ventura CA. Sarah, still with complete amnesia, enters an all girls private school that specializes in preparing them for careers in movies and TV. She starts in 6th grade and graduates 7 years later. During each school year, 6th to 12th, another secret about her identity develops that has to be kept by her parents. Six years after graduating, in her 2nd year working on her Masters, Sarah has a small accident, hits her head and her memory returns. Her search for her real identity begins when she asks, “Who am I? Sarah, Sally, or Elaine. Johanson, Graham, Johnson, or Detective Scott.” NO she’s really Yellowstone’s Child.

If it were a movie it would be rated “G” and is suitable for teens to read. It’s a GREAT read and won’t take too long. You won’t be able to put it down once you get to Yellowstone National Park.

There are two underlying messages in Yellowstone’s Child. All my characters are human. None of them is perfect. So, first the reader should recognize mankind’s imperfection. None of us are infallible. Second, as the plot unfolds, it shows life is uncertain and not often predictable. Since, as a Christian, I won’t use sex or violence to attract readers I opted for drama; plot reversals and “the story” within the story to keep reader interest. It’ll make a great TV series. One of my first readers complained: “Yellowstone’s Child made me cry five times, twice for sadness, and three times for joy.” It’s that kind of a story!

If the book gets enough nominations it will be published, so I’m asking if can you take about 10 minutes to go to this URL and nominate my book. https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/5RW7U0BIR6MV. I’d really appreciate your help. Please give me a nomination at that URL.

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