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I would enjoy making a guest appearance on blogs about Christian fiction. My visit can take the form that best suits your blog in terms of its purpose and its reach. I’m available for interviews, Q&As, book reviews and book giveaways. Electronic advance review copies are available upon request.


Based on your preferences, I can provide the following:

  • A short author bio

  • Author head shot

  • Book’s cover image

  • Links to buy the book, to my website, and to my Facebook page.

Here’s a short blurb that you can copy and paste on your blog or email to your subscribers:

I’m so excited to share with you about the debut book from up-and-coming author M. A. Malcolm. His Last Hope: A Contemporary Christian Romance is about a young woman who wakes up in hospital with no memory and no identification. As if having amnesia weren’t bad enough, she is shocked to discover that she's also pregnant. She is befriended by an older patient who invites her to play the role of live-in caregiver, but “Aunt Ruby” has a nephew who is not pleased with the idea.


Professor Daniel Donahue has been deceived in the past, and he’s not about to allow the woman being called “Hope” to take advantage of him or his aunt. He is determined to uncover all her secrets, but the more he gets to know her, the more he finds himself wondering, “What if...?”


You can learn more about M. A. Malcolm at and get a copy of the book from <buy link>.


Your readers might like to know that:

  • I would read for a living, if I could.

  • I can’t swim, although I’ve lived on an island all my life.

  • I have terrible stage fright.


Serious facts about me:

  • I’m a certified copy editor.

  • My degrees are in Spanish and Education.

  • I am a teacher by profession.


Fun facts about His Last Hope:

  • I gave one of the characters my dog’s name.

  • The entire book was written so that the voice of one relatively minor character could be heard.

  • Most of it was written during NaNoWriMo 2013.


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