Glenn Beck Has Teamed Up With Moms For Liberty Foundation To Distribute His Brand New Teen Novel Into American Public Schools

Moms For Liberty Foundation  is running a special campaign from July 15-27th.

Donate THIS WEEK and 100% of your donation will go to placing Chasing Embers into the hands of teens across the country. Our chapters are located in 300 counties in 48 states and they are ready to distribute Chasing Embers into their local public schools, but we need YOU to make it happen. 

Conservatives are taking our culture back, but there still aren’t enough options for teens.

Glenn Beck, a parent of teenagers himself, is doing something about it.  After you donate to place Chasing Embers in a public school, save 10% on a copy for yourself. Use promo code MOMS4LIBRARIES.

Chasing Embers, the first book in Glenn Beck’s new teen fiction series, showcases a fictional world as complex and exciting as Harry Potter. But, instead of witchcraft, Chasing Embers is powered by our history.

Chasing Embers is just the beginning…
Chasing Embers is the first book in The Oarsmen series (a name that will make sense after reading book one.) With your support, The Oarsmen series will become a six-book-adventure with characters that grow up alongside your teen.

About the Authors

Glenn Beck, radio and television host and founder of, has written twenty-three bestselling books and is one of the few authors in history to have had #1 national
bestsellers in the fiction, nonfiction, self-help, and children’s picture book genres. His recent fiction works include the thrillers Agenda 21, The Overton Window, and The Eye of Moloch. His many nonfiction titles include Being George Washington, Dreamers and Deceivers, Arguing with Socialists, The Great Reset: Joe Biden and the Rise of Twenty-First Century Fascism. For more information about Glenn Beck, his books, television show, podcasts, and live events, visit
Mikayla G. Hedrick is a writer and producer for nationally syndicated radio host and Blaze Media cofounder Glenn Beck. Since graduating with a B.F.A. in theater arts from Coastal
Carolina University, Mikayla has played many roles. She has gathered and written stories of Holocaust survivors in Ukraine, taught young people with disabilities how to dance, produced and served as the host of her own podcast series, and performed on stage throughout the East Coast. Whether it be fact or fiction, Mikayla is committed to gathering, crafting, and telling stories that point us to, as the Bible says, “whatever is true, noble, and right.”

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