Friday, November 20, 2009

Paying It Forward!

UPDATE 11/24/09: Oops! I got really busy in real life this weekend with some care ministry issues and getting my Booked for the Holidays post ready, and I totally forgot to draw the two winners! Here they are:

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Congrats to CeeCee and Sara! If I could beg your patience until after the holiday weekend, ladies, I'll get your gift on its way to each of you! Then you get to Pay it Forward!

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A couple of weeks ago, Cathy at Latte with Me hosted a Pay it Forward giveaway and I won! She knew exactly what would delight my heart and sent me an Amazon gift certificate! When I discovered that two books I've been eagerly anticipating (and which weren't due to be released until December) were already available on Amazon, I made a beeline over there and bought them: Let Darkness Come by Angela Hunt and Healing Sands by Nancy Rue & Stephen Arterburn.

So now it's my turn to Pay it Forward, and I just realized I better hurry before I bump into Booked for the Holidays!

In order to win, you need to be willing to...
• Give me your mailing address so I can send a small gift your way.
• Write your own Pay It Forward post after you receive your gift telling about it, and in that post link back to my blog.
• Come up with gifts to send out to YOUR 2 winners.

If you'd like to participate, then please leave me a comment letting me know you'd like to be entered! If you don't have a blog, be sure to leave an email address so I can contact you if you win.

Comments will close Sunday evening (11/22) at 8:00 PM CST and I will pick 2 winners. US Residents only please.


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quilly said...

I would like to be entered. I would also like to know more about healing sands.

collettakay said...

This is a wonderful idea! Please enter me in your drawing.


sara said...

I would like to be entered!

And I would LOVE to have that new Angela Hunt book!!!

CeeCee said...

Please enter me too! Not to covet your books, but ah, err...

Anonymous said...

what a wonderful way to begin the joyous Christmas season.