Okay…so it’s here. The 100 Followers Giveaway! I am offering 5 books…1 book to 5 lucky winners. They are all different books, and the first place winner will get to pick the book of their choosing first…then the second place winner will choose from what’s left…and so forth. The books are: Debbie Macomber’s Small Town Christmas Cheryl Wyatt’s Ready Made Family Clyde Edgerton’s The Bible Salesman Beth Wiseman’s Plain Promise Robin Lee Hatcher’s When Love Blooms All of the books are brand new/never read books. Rules of the entry:Leave a comment with your email address.Open to everyone! Deadline to enter is 6pm on December 24th!!! Bonus entries:THESE MUST BE IN SEPERATE POSTINGS FOR THIS GIVEAWAY! +1 entry if you retweet/blog about this giveaway.+1 entry following me on twitter.+1 entry for recommending my blog to someone and they become a follower. Good luck and thank you for being loyal to my blog as followers! It is truly appreciated!
I DID IT!!!! All thanks to you-great friends and followers of my blog!!!! I HAVE REACHED 100 FOLLOWERS!!! You know what I promised if I reached 100 right? I will have a 100 followers contest this coming week, so look for more details on that soon! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL again for being such loyal followers!
About the Book:THE MAGICIAN’S BOOK is the story of one reader’s long, tumultuous relationship with C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. As a child, Laura Miller read and re-read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and its sequels countless times, and wanted nothing more that to find her own way to Narnia. In her skeptical teens, a casual reference to the Chronicles’s Christian themes left her feeling betrayed and alienated from the stories she had come to know and trust. Years later, convinced that “the first book we fall in love with shapes us every bit as much as the first person we fall in love with,” Miller returns to Lewis’s classic fantasies to see what mysteries Narnia still holds for adult eyes–and is captured in an entirely new way. In her search to uncover the source of these small books’ mysterious power, Miller looks to their creator, Clive Staples Lewis. What she discovers is not the familiar, idealized image of the author, but a man who stands in stark contrast to his whimsical creation-scarred by a tragic and troubled childhood, Oxford educated, a staunch Christian, and a social conservative, armed with deep prejudices. THE MAGICIAN’S BOOK is an… Read more »
What a treat to have books the day after a holiday! Mr. Mailbox brought me goodies today! They are: From the Publishers for Review/Blog Tours: Mass Casualties by Michael Anthony Decoding the Lost Symbol by Simon Cox From the Author: Critical Care by Candace Calvert *Reviews to Follow!*
I want to take this time to say THANK YOU to Mary Balogh for taking the time to stop by as a guest blogger today!!!! Author Bio: MARY BALOGH is the New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed Slightly series and Simply quartet of novels set at Miss Martin’s School for Girls, as well as many other beloved novels. She is also the author of First Comes Marriage, Then Comes Seduction, At Last Comes Love, and Seducing An Angel, all featuring the Huxtable family. A former teacher, she grew up in Wales and now lives in Canada. To learn more, visit the author’s website at www.MaryBalogh.com. Guest Post from the Author: MORE THAN ROMANCE I always like to describe myself as a writer of love stories rather than as a writer of romance. The two terms may appear to be more or less synonymous, but I see a definite distinction between them. I believe that love is far more powerful than romance and that we can sell ourselves short as writers if we are content to write romances at the expense of telling true love stories. A great deal, of course, depends upon how those two words are defined.Romance… Read more »
A special book for a special day! Happy Thanksgiving! About the Book: After a devastating tornado ripped through High Plains, a two-year-old was found wandering all alone. Foster mother Nicki Appleton took in the little girl, her heart bursting with love and prayers. Now the storm’s aftermath has brought home the man Nicki once expected to marry, and Clay Logan claims to be a changed cowboy. But with her energy focused on a child she may not be able to keep, is there room for another kind of love in Nicki’s heart this Thanksgiving? About the Author: Nothing is more true than the old adage that God moves in mysterious ways. Born and raised in the farm country of north central Kansas, Pat enjoyed an idyllic childhood on her parent’s farm with four brothers, numerous dogs and her beloved horses for company. It was no surprise then that she became something of a tomboy. Softball, 4-H, and fishing down at the creek were some of her favorite pastimes, but nothing held her interest as much as a good book. She devoured every novel she could get her hands on. Pat attended high school in Chapman, Kansas, and left the… Read more »
Wishing all my followers and their families a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for God, my sons & the rest of my family, and all of you!!!
Mr. Mailbox brought me today…. Won from an online luanch party: The Outsider by Ann H. Gabhart Amish Peace by Suzanne Woods Fisher Can’t wait to do reviews on these!!! They look awesome!
I only need FIVE more followers! Then I will have a 100 followers giveaway! Come on! Can you recommend some friends to follow me??????? Happy Thanksgiving to my wonderful “bloggin’ family”!!
I am lucky to have author, Loree Lough, here with me today! BL:Thank you, Loree, for stopping by Book Reviews by Buuklvr81 for an interview!!! I’m so happy to have you here today! LL: No…thank YOU! It’s a pleasure to be here! BL:When did you know you wanted to become a writer?? LL:Well, I’ve pretty much always been a story-teller, but it wasn’t until my hubby’s job transfer took the family to Richmond in 1986 (yikes… has it been that long! ) that I started writing the stories down. New to the area, writing a neighborhood column for the local paper introduced me to the wide and wacky world of freelance writing. Pretty soon, “just a few” articles became dozens a week, and when another transfer brought us back to Baltimore in ’88, I had a pretty decent clip book editors. It wasn’t until it became more and more apparent that ‘fact’ wasn’t as important as ‘appeasing editors’ that I tried my hand at a novel. (I figured if the stuff getting published was gonna be fiction anyway… LOL.)My first novel (Pocketful of Love) was released in 1994, and readers chose it “Best Contemporary Romance” that year. That was pretty… Read more »