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    Get the Scoop on Our Blogger T.M.’s NEW Novel and Enter to Win a Signed Copy!

    UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed; congratulations to the winner, Shine4jesus! And thanks to all who entered for their wonderful tips!

    PI Girls, have you ever wondered what it would be like to be famous? 14-year-old Tanner Rose, the title character in our blogger T.M. Gaouette’s latest novel, Freeing Tanner Rose, didn’t have to wonder…she’d made it big in Hollywood and was the toast of the young “It” crowd. But when her partying and addictions spiral out of control, Tanner suddenly finds herself forced to live in the countryside with only her mom’s college roommate and 16-year-old son, Gabriel, for company.

    Right away, Tanner and Gabriel butt heads. To Tanner, Gabriel is just a boring Christian without a life, while Gabriel finds Tanner superficial and rude. Will his faith help her get her life back on track, or will Tanner’s wild lifestyle start to tempt Gabriel down the wrong path?

    If you’re looking for a great book about temptation, friendship and God, you’ve got to check out Freeing Tanner Rose. It’s full of beautiful descriptions, intriguing characters and the reminder that loving God is a way of life. We asked T.M. for more details about her book and writing process…read on to learn more!

    PI:  What was your inspiration behind Freeing Tanner Rose?

    T.M: “Faith & Kung Fu” is not only the name of the book series, but also its motivations. Freeing Tanner Rose itself was inspired by 1 Corinthians 10:13, because so many people struggle with temptation. This story is directed toward teens and young adults. However, since the story of Tanner and Gabriel began in 2009, it’s evolved in so many ways. Certain parts of the story and the direction in which it has gone have been motivated by different circumstances that have arisen as the story’s progressed throughout the years.

    PI: What do you hope readers take away from the story once they’ve finished?

    T.M.: That we live in a world full of temptation. It comes in all shapes and sizes, and we can’t always avoid it, but if we look to God and keep our focus on Him, we can resist anything that comes our way.

    PI:  Modesty is a big theme in Freeing Tanner Rose. Why did you think it an important one to focus on?

    T.M.: Modesty is just one of the main elements of the overall theme, which is temptation. And it’s one that both Tanner and Gabriel struggle with, in their own personal ways. But modesty is not just reflected in the way a person dresses, it’s reflected in attitude and character and the way a person lives. And in all these aspects, it represents restraint and self-worth and self-confidence. When Gabriel tells Tanner that she’s the “epitome of all that is tempting to someone who lacks control,” immodesty is just one part of that. So, modesty has a deeper meaning throughout the book. Other elements of temptation within this novel include addiction and purity.

    PI: What was the hardest part of writing Freeing Tanner Rose?

    T.M.: Letting it go! I always have a hard time letting a story go.

    PI: Do you think you’ll ever come back to Tanner Rose and Gabriel in a future book?

    T.M.: Freeing Tanner Rose is the first of a four part series, so it’s likely that Tanner and Gabriel will be back.

    Thank you so much, T.M.! Freeing Tanner Rose is available on Amazon and T.M. Gaouette’s website. And any online or local bookstore can order it if they’re not already carrying it. You can also “Like” T.M. on Facebook for up-to-date book news! T.M. Gaouette is also the author of The Destiny of Sunshine Ranch.

    Plus, we have a great surprise for you: T.M. is generously giving away a signed copy of Freeing Tanner Rose to one lucky PI Girl! Here’s how YOU can win:

    Leave a comment below telling us: What’s your best tip for dealing with temptation? The contest will end on Friday, January 31, and T.M. will choose her favorite response, the winner, on Monday, February 3!

    Good luck, PI Girls–we’re so excited to read your tips!

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