The Spontaneous E-Book Giveaway That’s Going On For No Good Reason! Giveaway 8

This book giveaway is for 18 and up ONLY! I’ve got 2 copies of Valerie Maarten’s Second Chances!

Synopsis: When you are faced with the harsh realities of life…

Kadi Crowe has spent her entire life believing in the innocence of her father, convicted of murder. But could she prove it?

Only to be burdened by bitterness of hatred…

Dain McKnight waited for the day to come when he could wield his own brand of justice befitting a cold-blooded killer.

Merciful Fate steps in and offers Second Chances.

All you have to do to be entered is answer the question or write on the writing topic! Winners are chosen at random! Good luck! This will close at 1 PM Eastern on Sunday!

“If you were given a second chance at anything, would you take it? Even knowing that it could change things completely for you from where you are ( or even who you are ) now?”

Misty graduated from Capital University in 2005 with a degree in English Literature. She is an avid reader and is the owner of The Top Shelf

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Misty graduated from Capital University in 2005 with a degree in English Literature. She is an avid reader and is the owner of The Top Shelf

  • Linda

    No, because all the mistakes I’ve made along the way have led me to where I am today. They have helped to form me as a person. Without the mistakes or challenges, I might not like the person I turned into.

  • Jan Brown

    Yes, we are all human and make mistakes so having a second chance to make things right or better but if they screw up again and expect a third chance then I think its too late and shouldn’t have a third chance as you didn’t learn anything from the first two chances you had and aren’t serious about making a change.

  • Danielle Sehgal

    The only thing I would do differently would be to have spent more time with my brother, Chris, before he died. Then maybe he wouldn’t have died the way he did 🙂

  • BJ

    Totally 100% without a doubt!!!!! Where do I sign up?

  • Trina

    Ironic that this is a question. I have been questioning this very thing for a few months now. I am very happy with my life, but what would I have been, if I had done things differently, or not done them at all? I would love to do the days of youth over again. This time, I would even be more of a hell raiser, but would I NOT want to have the life I have now, for that opportunity? No, it really wouldn’t be worth it. I wouldn’t want to have to give up one thing I have now!

  • andrea b.

    If given a second chance i would absolutely without a doubt take it. Even if it did change everything about my life now.

  • Connie Dash

    I believe we are all given second chances. Either we recognize them or we don’t. They are hidden, and don’t always affect the people we want them to. Second chances at marriage, jobs, forgiveness. We didn’t get to say goodbye to someone, but someone else will give you that chance. Your second chances are of actions, not specific people.

    So yes, I take advantage of all second chances I get to be a better person.

  • Linda Mihay

    I always thought I’d like a second chance at life, but my Dad pointed out that everything in my life lead me to where I was. However, having said that, I still think I’d like to try again.

  • Misty

    This giveaway is now closed and congratulations to Linda and Danielle Sehgal! I will be emailing you shortly with how to claim your prize! 🙂

    • Charmaine

      Congrats happy reading!!

    • Connie Dash

      Congrats winners!

    • Misty

      I just found out from Linda that she already had this book. So I’m going to draw another winner. This might make the next contest closings a little late.

  • Misty

    The new winner is Jan Brown. Unless she has the book LOL

  • Jan Brown

    Thank you Misty and Valerie!