Thursday, January 14, 2010

winner and next giveaway - two historical books

The winner of the Debra Clopton books is...

...Comment # 13...

Okay. I know who this is. lol I was completely surprised and I swear I didn't cheat. It was generated totally by I tried to copy the little box, but couldn't figure out how. Anyway, I said all that because the winner is my mom! lol

She's been trying to comment on my blog for ages now and finally figured out how.

So, congratulations, Mama! (No need to send me your address, I'll get them to you ;) ).


And now the next giveaway is for two historical books.

The Christmas Journey by Winnie Griggs

Her Patchwork Family by Lyn Cote

Here's how to win:

First - just leave a comment.

For additional entries:

1 - follow this blog.

2 - grab my button!

3 - blog about this giveaway and come back to tell me you did (with the link)

4 - answer this question: Do you do a traditional Christmas or more modern?

For a grand total of 5 entries! Please comment for each entry, as I just count the comments and use to draw the winner. Giveaway will be open until Saturday noon EST at which time I will draw the winner and announce it; plus email them. That means if your profile doesn't give me an email address or you comment anonymously, please leave your email in the comment.Bold

Until next time...


I am blessed! said...

My mom has just recently learned to comment on facebook so hopefully my blog is next! Congrats to your mom!

Anonymous said...

So cute your mom won. These books look like fun. Thanks for the opportunity!
smrogi at att dot net

A Joyful Chaos said...

I enjoy historical fiction and having them as Christmas stories is just an added bonus. I would love to have the chance to read them.

A Joyful Chaos said...

I am a follower.

A Joyful Chaos said...

We have our own traditional Christmas. Only eleven months till the next one. Yay!

Amy said...

I would love to win these books! Fun that your mom was the winner of the last giveaway!

Amy said...

We have a very traditional Christmas, with lots of our family traditions!

Anonymous said...

I love your blog! the pictures are great!