Happy 5th Birthday Orenda Books here is to many many more years of epic books!
Orenda: A Canadian First Nations word that means: ‘The mystical power that drives human accomplishment’.
If you haven't heard of Orenda books you NEED to go check out their website, I can honestly say, hand on heart, I haven't read a book by Orenda that I haven't liked and they are all so very different.
Today is their 5th birthday, you know I am crap with remembering dates but Jen over at JenMeds book reviews has done a fantastic post to highlight their special birthday.
I want to do a wee something to celebrate so I will give one lucky winner X1 paperback book of their choice from Orenda's titles, Karen is a fantastic person and supports her authors and all the bloggers who come across her. It is nice to celebrate and give a wee something back. To enter just use the Rafflecopter below, good luck.
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Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Happy Birthday Orenda
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Happy birthday to Orenda Books!ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday Orenda. Would love to read Good SamaritansReplyDelete
Nothing yet, I chose DEATH DESERVED. Caught my attention first.ReplyDelete
Not yet and id choose good samaritans xxReplyDelete
I saw a few I would love to try, especially I am dust - it sounds intriguing!!ReplyDelete
None yet, chose I am dustReplyDelete
Not yet. I would choose The Last Stage.ReplyDelete
Not yet, but I would love to read Containment bvecause my daughter just went to New ZealandReplyDelete
Blood red city chosen as it sounds up my street. Not read any yet but some titles that interest meReplyDelete