Monday, February 22, 2016

New Book from author Emily Ann Putzke

Today I'm honored to be helping with the launch party for Emily Ann Putzke's new novel Resist! I haven't read it yet, but the premise is definitely intriguing.


Here's the summary:

Munich, Germany 1942—Hans Scholl never intended to get his younger sister involved in an underground resistance. When Sophie Scholl finds out, she insists on joining Hans and his close friends in writing and distributing anti-Nazi leaflets entitled, The White Rose. The young university students call out to the German people, begging them to not allow their consciences to become dormant, but to resist their tyrannical leader and corrupt government. Hans knows the consequences for their actions—execution for committing high treason—but firm in his convictions, he’s prepared to lose his life for a righteous cause. Based on a true story, Hans, Sophie and all the members of The White Rose resistance group will forever inspire and challenge us to do what is right in the midst of overwhelming evil. 


About the Author:
Emily Ann Putzke is a young novelist, historical reenactor, and history lover. You can learn more about Emily and her books on her blog, Facebook, and Instagram.

She's hosting a giveaway, which you can enter here:

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Also, stay tuned as Emily's sharing an exciting guest post here later in the week!

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Heidi Peterson is a lover of wide-spreading land, summer dust, white pounding waterfalls, and mountain tops; also of good dark coffee and rich stories. Most of all she's a lover of the One who is the Word, the Word made flesh. You can visit her additional blog (where she shares more about books, movies, and further marvels of life) at: Along the Brandywine.

Visit and contact at: Sharing the Journey // Along the Brandywine // ladyofanorien(at)gmail(dot)com

4 comments:

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    1. Natalie,
      Yes, doesn't it look intriguing??

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  2. I'm very intrigued by this book! You know how much I love all things WWII. I really liked the book she co-authored, Ain't We Got Fun.

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    1. Hamlette,
      It definitely has a gripping premise. (And yes with you and WWII. :)) I haven't read it yet, but I think you should definitely check it out!

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