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Guest Blog...Chevron Ross and The Samaritan's Patient Free Print Copy; WINNER: Crystal

Updated: Apr 10

 



Readers, please join me in welcoming author Chevron Ross. I made this connection by posting on the American Christian Fiction Writers' email loop asking for guest bloggers who write Christian fiction...so we're meeting new people!

 

My name is Chevron Ross, which is a pen name to make me an anonymous instrument of God. My purpose is to give Him all the credit for the books He writes through me. I live in Lubbock, Texas and have lived in Texas most of my life.

 

Tell us about your book—title and back cover blurb.

 

TITLE: The Samaritan’s Patient

 

BACK COVER BLURB:

 




Teenager Paige Abernathy awakens after a severe beating to find that she suffers from amnesia, and that everyone seems to hate her.

 

She has only flashes of memory until the night a grieving parent attacks her in her hospital room. Paige then remembers her role as creator of an online group where members talk about ways to commit suicide.

 

After recovering from the beating, Paige embarks on a journey of penance to atone for a disaster born of good intentions. Her odyssey launches her on a mission of mercy and into new danger.

 

The Samaritan’s Patient is a thought-provoking novel about navigating the treacherous waters of social media.

 

Share an excerpt?

 

LINK TO EXCERPT FROM The Samaritan’s Patient

 

 

Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two?

 

The main character in The Samaritan’s Patient is a teenager who creates a website for her high school science project. What was your high school science project, and how did it turn out?

 

Paige Abernathy has good intentions for her website, but it goes horribly wrong. Did you ever try to do something good that backfired on you? How did you feel about it?

 

Share your social media and buy links!


FACEBOOK: Click Here

PURCHASE LINK: Click Here

CHEVRON ROSS WEBSITE LINK: Click Here


Thank you for joining us, Chevron, and readers--Chevron is offering a free book to a commenter below--keep in mind that only people who interact on this site are eligible--so the odds are great!

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Kathleen Gardiner
Kathleen Gardiner
Apr 08

I'm 73, so I don't remember my science project. The good Lord has been kind to me, but remembering that long ago? Ha ha. Thanks for giving away your book to some lucky reader!

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patti.shene
patti.shene
Mar 24

Goodness, it's been so long that I can't really say what my science project was. Somewhere in the inner recesses of my long ago memories is something about volcanoes. I think we created this mound and with a mixture of something or other, made steam come out of the top of it and all this bubbly stuff ran down the sides. Don't enter me in the drawing as I have read The Samaritan's Patient. It was a great book!

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Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor
Mar 24

Thank you so much for sharing! Your book sounds like a great story! My projects was to see how far a paper plane could fly It has been so many years ago ! Have a Blessed Day

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Debra Pruss
Debra Pruss
Mar 24

Thank you so much for sharing. Your book sounds intriguing. My science project was how does green light affect plants. I had a green light put in my closet. I had the plants in there too. I remember going to the city competition with my entry. It has been many years. There has been many times that my good intentions do not turn out the way that I had in my mind. I then stop to give it over to the Lord for direction on how to handle the situation. Happy Palm Sunday. God bless you. Have a wonderful Holy Week. Stay safe.

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
Mar 24
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Happy Palm Sunday to you, too! Just to share...I accidentally shared two posts today...one was supposed to be next week, but I'm taking this as a gift to spread Easter cheer next week! Bless you!


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Katrina Dehart
Katrina Dehart
Mar 24

My science project was something about light reflection. It was so so. Good enough to pass lol.

Thank you for sharing the book

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
Mar 24
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Thank you for reading the blog! Blessings, Christina

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