Thief of Glory —it’s a book that came out last year and some of you have probably read it! For me, it’s been on my wish list and more recently, I’ve been chatting story and craft with Sigmund Brouwer, so I was inspired more than ever to finally grab a copy of this award-winning book.
When it arrived, I dove right into the first chapter and was so hooked that I was up much too late, flashlight and book in hand.
The story is riveting and the writing is absolutely stunning so I was thrilled to get to sit down with Sigmund and ask a few questions. Today we have that interview, PLUS, there are 2 signed copies of Thief of Glory to be sent to two random commenters, so be sure to leave a comment below!
Also, the sound isn’t quite lined up in the first few seconds, but hang tight, it sorts itself out. 🙂
“Emotionally riveting and exquisitely raw, Thief of Glory is an unforgettable tale about survival, not just of the body, but of the heart and soul, with an ending that will echo in your mind long after you’ve closed the book. Brouwer is a master storyteller.”
—Susan Meissner, author of A Fall of Marigolds
G I V E A W A Y
To be entered simply leave a comment below and you will be entered to win one of two signed paperback copies of Thief of Glory. I’ll draw two random winners from the comments on Monday, December 14th and contact the winners by email, as well as announce them here!
For some incredibe behind-the-scenes details on the book, including a moving interview with Sigmund’s father, visit www.thiefofglory.com
Post update: Congratulations Mary Gerlach and Heather Gilbert for winning the books! Thanks everyone for joining in and your thoughtful comments. It’s always a pleasure!