Tuesday, June 29, 2010
(Drum roll) The winner for the contest yesterday is
WINNER: Chris Okelberry of Utah
She wins a copy of my book.
Be sure to enter the treasure hunt contest today by checking out Sarah M. Eden's special question. Maybe you will be lucky and win.
Monday, June 28, 2010
Here are the rules for the Summer Treasure Hunt contest by Joyce Dipastena –
You can send in an entry for each day’s prize, or only for those prizes that strike your fancy. The rules are simple:
(1) Go to the website or blog indicated for each day, find the answer to the question for that day, then email the answer with your name and AND MAILING ADDRES to email@example.com
http://jdp-news.blogspot.com/2010/05/2nd-annual-summer-treasure-hunt- dig-for_20.html I promise you will not wind up on any mailing lists. This is only to facilitate the receipt of your prize. All entries will be deleted at the end of the contest. You can also click on my sidebar under my blogging friends, on her name.
(2) Please send a separate entry for each day and type the day you are entering in the subject line. (Such as: Summer Treasure Hunt, Day 27).
(3) Deadline for each day: Midnight PST
(4) The winner will be contacted and announced on the day following the deadline.
All winners will be “drawn” by RANDOM.ORG.
You do not have to wait until the designated day to enter. You can start sending in your entries right now, or begin entering at any point along the way. And check back here each day between June 2nd-July 9th to read the names of the winners.
Sad, but true, the contest is almost over, and today is my day. Be sure to enter to win a copy of my book.
SPONSOR: C. LaRene Hall
PRIZE: Martha’s Freedom Train (middle grade historical), autographed by both author and illustrator
QUESTION: How many short stories has C. LaRene Hall published in the humorous anthology, Mormon Mishaps and Mischief? (Hint: Look in the left hand sidebar)
USA ENTRIES ONLY
I’m listing the rest of the treasure hunt sponsors so if you aren’t lucky enough to win today maybe you’ll get one of the other ones.
June 29-SPONSOR: Sarah M. Eden
June 30-SPONSOR: Marcia Mickelson
July 1-SPONSOR: Kimberly Job
July 2-SPONSOR: Joan Sowards
July 3-SPONSOR: Margaret L. Turley RN
July 4-SPONSOR: Joyce DiPastena
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Everyone is invited to attend a book signing of Martha’s Freedom Train by C. LaRene Hall at the Mayhew Cabin & with John Brown's Cave, at 2012 4th Corso, Nebraska City, Nebraska on Wednesday, July 21, 2010. She will also be at the local library during that day. Times will be announced later.
Saturday, June 12, 2010
by Heather Justesen
With a successful husband, a gorgeous home, and a growing family, Lily Drake has it all. But when the FBI shows up, she realizes her husband is not the man she thought he was.
Meanwhile, Lily's friend Curtis is about to be drafted by the NBA, but he suddenly feels pulled to find his birth family, and no one is prepared for what he'll discover. With so many obstacles in their way, Lily and Curtis must learn to rely on each other if they're ever going to find peace and learn to love again.
In this heartwarming family drama, Heather Justesen, author of The Ball's in Her Court, weaves a stirring story of hope. Reunite with your favorite characters and discover how determination, love, and faith can overcome even the toughest trials.
Rebound is not a sequel to Heather’s other book, The Ball’s In Her Court, but the storyline is a continuation of a story started in that book, so expect to see some familiar characters and family members.
After reading Ball's In Her Court I was anxious to read more about some of the character's and was thrilled when Heather asked me to read her newest story. I knew the story would be a good clean romance and would have plenty of action to keep me turning the pages. This is a story that you don't want to miss. It's about adoption, families, finding parents, trust, fraud, and moving on into the future. Everyone who loves a good romance will enjoy this story.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Canticle Kingdom by Michael Young
Enter a beautiful world full of magic, danger, loyalty, and bravery in The Canticle Kingdom, and discover that even the most ordinary objects and people might be hiding something truly wonderful inside.
Read Cami's review on www.http://camicheckettsbooks.blogspot.com or click on the sidebar under my blogging friends under Cami. She said she would definitely recommend this book to middle-grade through adult readers. You can win a free copy of The Canticle Kingdom by being a follower of her blog. The other rules are on her blog page. You do need to hurry because the contest ends next week on June 16, 2010.