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Nancy Grace, the Hogwarts Professor, and Me!

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What an exciting week I had!

On April 23, Nancy Grace talked about Summer’s Winter at the end of her HLN show and recommended it!

On April 29, John Granger, also known as the HogwartsProfessor and author of several books about Harry Potter, interviewed me about Summer’s Winter. He read it and loved it, and more than that, he got it!

I can’t tell you what a thrill this was. It’s almost like I’m Jeanine (Summer’s Winter character) and was just invited to come participate in my favorite fandom—the way she was through Jamie and Charlie. Most of you know what a huge Harry Potter fan I am. I started reading John Granger’s work even before I finished the whole Harry Potter series and admire him greatly, and I can’t believe my book was featured by the same blog that talks regularly about J.K. Rowling, Twilight, and Divergent!

Professor Granger was also kind enough to provide me a blurb about Summer’s Winter:

Robin Johns Grant’s Summer’s Winter is the most inventive take on fan fiction I can imagine — because it’s a romance-thriller about fandoms, especially if not explicitly the Harry Potter fandom, and explores the important intersection of literature, spirituality, and imagination. Delightful!

 Thank you, Professor! You’ve made my year!

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I’m giving away a Kindle so you can read Summer’s Winter NOW!!

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Are you frustrated that Summer’s Winter is only available in Kindle format so far?

Have you been itching for an e-reader?

Are you missing out on Summer’s Winter or other great Amazon books because you only have a Nook?

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