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Third Book Winner

img_5948.jpgThe winner of the third book titled Christmas Dreams is Niki from the blog Niki’s Ventures. Congratulations! Niki has lots of links to freebies on her site and she does quilting. Something that I think would be fun. . .

Thanks to all of you that entered my Three Book Giveaway. I wish that I could send all of you a book.

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First Book Winner

img_5948.jpgThe Winner of the book titled Texas by Debra White Smith is Arlene at Ever Joyful.  Congrats to you!  I sent an e-mail to the address that you left with your comment.

Thanks to all of you that entered!  The contest for To Catch a Thief and Christmas Dreams is still open.  Just go to the original post here and leave a comment.

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THREE BOOK GIVEAWAY

I have three books that I would like to give away.

  1. On November 21 I will give away Texas by Debra White Smith; four interwoven novels based in East Texas. [In good used condition] ~Arlene from Ever Joyful was the winner. ~

  2. On October 21 it will be To Catch a Thief by Cox, Harris, Mills, and Y’Barbo; about 4 Female Pinkerton Agents. [like new condition]

  3. On December 21 – Christmas Dreams by Germany, Hawkins, Jones, and Panagiotopoulos; four stories from Christmas present. [used condition]

Click on the titles for more info.

img_5948.jpgJust leave me a comment for your chance to win. You won’t have to re-enter each month. I will randomly choose someone on the 21st of each month, then e-mail the winner for mailing information before I ship the book free of charge to the winner.

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Callapidder Days is hosting a fall reading fest through December 21st. While I don’t need any motivation to read; I do need some motivation to “step away from the fiction.” Click on the graphic to the left to join in with us.

I thought about adding some books that I will read to the children, but that changes by the minute. We’ll go to the library and I’ll look for specific books, but the kids will pull all kinds so we will be reading lots of different things. I try to read to my children about 20 minutes a day.

So here is my list (still with some fiction):

  1. The Silent Storm by Brown and Crone (Anne Sullivan’s childhood)
  2. Desert Star by Linda Chaikin (already read the first one)
  3. Hansi The Girl Who Left the Swastika by Maria Hirschmann
  4. Ever After by Karen Kingsbury (another sequel)
  5. ‘Tis Herself by Maureen O’Hara (autobiography)
  6. Remembered by Tamera Alexander (comes after Rekindled & Revealed which I really liked)
  7. A New Day by Anita Bryant (I read her earlier autobiography so I’m curious.)
  8. Cassidy by Lori Wick (one of my favorite authors)
  9. Stars of the Twilight by Mada Scott (letters from her husband Lt. Col. C.L. Scott, an Air Force Bomber Pilot)
  10. Deadly Decore Mysteries by Ginny Aiken (Design on a Crime, Decorating Schemes, Interior Motives) Cozy mysteries
  11. Janette Oke A Heart for the Prairie by Laurel Oke Logan
  12. Fancy Pants by Cathy Marie Hake new in October
  13. The New Testament by the Lord Jesus Christ KJV 1611
  14. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
  15. The Measure of a Lady by Deanne Gist
  16. The Martha Rules by Martha Stewart 10 essentials for achieving success as you start, build, or manage a business
  17. Freedom’s Hope by Dianna Crawford (#2 in The Reardon Brothers Series)

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