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Tiny House of God by Sara Zavacki-Moore is a Celebrate Audiobook Month pick #fiction #literaryfiction #womensfiction #audiobooks #giveaway



Title:  Tiny House of God

 

Author: Sara Zavacki-Moore

 

Voice Actor/Narrator: Sara Zavacki-Moore

 

Genre:  Fiction, Literary Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Fiction

 

Book Blurb:

 

Covid has been good to Willow. As a germaphobe, she finally feels like everyone else is now facing the type of anxiety she has long been accustomed to. When an abandoned baby is left on the front step of her tiny house, she must decide if she can get away with raising this child as her own.

 

Her therapist wants her to write about her past. As revelations about her abusive upbringing emerge, she starts to question everything about the present– including her new-found joy. Despite her trust issues, she wonders if it’s safe to enter her childhood friend’s “bubble.” And she just can’t seem to resist the suspiciously nice and overly handsome neighbor who keeps showing up with gifts.

 

In the midst of a global pandemic, can she leave her trauma behind and find sanctuary for the little family she hopes to create?

 

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Do you listen to audiobooks? Do you have a favorite? If you don’t listen to audiobooks, is there a particular reason why not?

 

         I love audiobooks and have enjoyed so many that it is hard to pick a favorite. One I recently listened to and thoroughly enjoyed was, Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt.

 

What makes this a must-listen audiobook?

 

Notably, the Author narrates the audiobook herself, adding a special touch by conveying the emotions and feelings of all the characters. It was a truly enjoyable read —thank you. ~ Audible reviewer


The story came to life with Zavacki-Moore’s narration. I believed from the very start she was Willow. How else could she make the story so real? She plopped me into Willow’s world, and I didn’t want to leave. I found myself getting swept up in Willow’s emotions. I thought about the characters even after I finished the book, mourning for some, hoping others were doing well. ~ N. N. Light's Book Heaven

 

Giveaway –

 

One lucky reader will win a $50 Amazon gift card.

 

 

Open internationally.

 

Runs June 1 – 30, 2024

 

Drawing will be held on July 2, 2024. 

 

Author Biography: 

 

Despite making her theatrical debut at the age of 10 in her church’s production of “God’s Gift to Santa” (Yes, this is real) she still loves theater.

 

She survived the tumult of childhood angst as her diaries would confirm. In high school she enjoyed writing for their literary magazine.  College forced her to put her creative writing on hold as she pursued degrees in Psychology & Social Work. She later went on to complete her Masters in Social Work, and obtain her New York State Licensing.

 

While raising her two amazing children, Sara worked in a wide variety of social work jobs. In 2018, she decided to pursue her certification in Hypnotherapy with the National Guild of Hypnotists. She has a small private practice in Rochester, NY.  In the pockets of stillness, she began writing again several years ago.  Although her novels are fiction, much of her writing incorporates issues related to mental health, trauma and religion and family.

 

A few years ago at Homecoming, she reconnected with an old drama club friend. That friend, Melanie (Harrington) Billings, would later become her editor through The Wild Rose Press.

 

Sara’s debut novel, Choosing Charity, was released in 2022. It takes her about 9 months to complete a first draft. Tiny House of God was released on June 21, 2023. She was thrilled to be able to also narrate her second book, which is now available through Audible.

 

Currently, she enjoys making stuff up with her all-female improv team, Good Luck Improv.  She and her husband have been in many plays together over the years and more recently they have enjoyed producing some cathartic shows as part of the Rochester Fringe Festival.

 

Writing, singing and theater are therapeutic, and Sara plans to continue therapy forever.

 

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2 коментарі


andreadrake1
andreadrake1
16 черв.

I only occasionally listen to audiobooks I don’t have a fave yet

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N. N. Light
N. N. Light
12 черв.

Thank you, Sara, for sharing your audiobook in our Celebrate Audiobook Month Event!

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