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Congrats to Diane Ashley, winner of a copy of Christmas Belles of Georgia in this month’s drawing. It will be on its way to her as soon as she sends me her mailing address. And I will giveaway another copy … Continue reading

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September 1, 2011–Book release and book drawing My book Christmas Belles of Georgia released today! And my sweet children all called to congratulate me! And I booked another booksigning! A great day! And it is a good day/evening for Chris … Continue reading

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Happy New Year to all, especially to Diane F. who is starting off the new year with a new book…And to you, dear reader, who could win an autographed copy of Mirrored Image by Alice K. Arenz, reviewed below.Diane is … Continue reading

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An early Merry Christmas present going out to Karen K…who won a copy of A Door County Christmas by Eileen Key, Becky Melby, Rachael Phillips and Cynthia Ruchti–a wonderful read that is sure to get her in the Christmas mood! … Continue reading

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They Almost Always Come Home by Cynthia Ruchti……will be finding a new home with Karen K. who is the winner of my monthly drawing. The drawing for this month will be for a gently used autographed copy of Colleen Coble’s … Continue reading

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Book Winner and July’s book—They Almost Always Come Home by Cynthia RuchtiI only posted three times last month due to a family vacation (you’ll hear more about that next week) and several other things going on in our family, but … Continue reading

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