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Kindle Edition Giveaway for Karmack by JC Whyte. Ends Nov 19th



Karmack by JC Whyte

Everyone knows Curtis “Sully” Sullenburg is the toughest kid at Higgins Elementary. For years, he and his gang have tormented students and teachers alike with their pranks. And for the most part, they’ve gotten away with it. But all that changes when a strange little creature appears on the scene. From that point on, pranks start coming back like boomerangs, smacking Sully’s gang right in their fifth grade butts! Sully is the only one who can see this creature, which he names Karmack. The little guy claims to be a nature spirit whose job is to balance all the bad karma the boys have amassed over the years. Because if Karmack fails, these boys will undoubtedly suffer “dreadful, awful doom”. Just like that kid who shot at crows with his BB gun – one day he crashed his bike into a pigeon coop and emerged as the Abominable Snowman of bird poop! Yeah, that kind of doom. Sully soon realizes he must save not only himself but his friends from Karmack’s doom, even though they have no idea why they keep getting boomeranged!

Karmack was honored to win a silver in pre-teen fantasy from the 2014 Literary Classics International Book Awards; also, a First Place in chapter ebooks from the 2014 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards!




About the Author: J.C. Whyte discovered her love for writing at the age of eleven when her 6th grade teacher told the class to write a poem about a sport. She knew her classmates would probably choose a popular sport like baseball or football, so J.C. chose to write a funny poem about golf. To her surprise, the teacher really loved it and encouraged J.C. to continue writing. So she did. Then that summer, students were told to choose 26 books from a reading list, read them and write a book report on each. BLAH! J.C. wanted to enjoy her summer, not spend it reading. Back then, she was a very slow reader and didn’t much enjoy the experience. Plus, kids didn’t have the fun books which are available today. But her wise teacher told J.C. she could write 26 stories instead of reading them. That was genius. J.C. didn’t actually write a full 26 stories, but she wrote at least one which made her teacher laugh out loud in class. And the teacher gave her an “A” on her summer reading assignment. J.C. never forgot that wise and wonderful teacher who let the budding author play to her strengths. So as a result, J.C. knew at an early age she wanted to become a professional writer. Yet when she reached college, she also understood that writing stories seldom paid the bills. So she got her degrees in Journalism and Communications Management. Then for many years she channeled her creative energies into the field of Public Relations. To read more



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Kindle Edition

Pages: 140


Kindle Edition Giveaway

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There will be 1 winner  

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Giveaway Ends Nov 19th, 2014

Comments like these would be deleted – Great contest, please enter me, Love to win this! This is so cute!

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This Giveaway Has Ended

Winner is #5 – Liz Mays

November 5, 2014 - Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , ,


  1. My granddaughter would love to read the book Karmack. Sometimes you just need to read a silly book that keeps your interest. It is the type of book that encourages imagination.

    Comment by lsheldon5 (@lsheldon5) | November 5, 2014 | Reply

  2. Now this sounds like a book that might just help stop bullying!!

    Comment by Michele | November 10, 2014 | Reply

  3. Cute book! Sounds like a great one for when my son is just a little bit older.

    Comment by Ashley | November 10, 2014 | Reply

  4. My kids love to add books to their Kindle collection. Sounds like a fun read for the entire family.

    Comment by Maria | November 11, 2014 | Reply

  5. I like the premise of this one. It sounds pretty exciting and suspenseful!

    Comment by Liz Mays | November 11, 2014 | Reply

  6. Sounds like an interesting book. I think my daughter would like this one.

    Comment by Stefani Tolson | November 12, 2014 | Reply

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