Saturday, August 22, 2009

double whammy book giveaway day...

Aren't these antique bookmarks beautiful? I love bookmarks and collect them wherever I go and enjoy giving them as gifts. I still have a few left of The Frontiersman's Daughter and am gladly giving them and copies of the book this week to...

Adge and Virginia!

I'm finding that some who've entered the drawing already have the book so am doing a double drawing today. It's always such a pleasure to connect with my readers. Just this morning I woke up and found several emails in my inbox from those who'd just finished the book and wrote to tell me about it. This type thing sure puts a smile on an author's face:) So please keep it up. And I really am thankful to those who've taken time to post book reviews! I pray for my readers daily and all who leave comments here. You are dear to my heart!

So the winners just need to email me at and leave their mailing addresses and I'll get those books and bookmarks out. One more drawing next week!

The good book is always a book of travel; it is about a life's journey. -Samuel Pepys


  1. Thank you so much, I'm just about to email you now. And those bookmarks are beautiful.

  2. Adge,
    I'm so glad to hear from you again! And glad you want a book:) I'll be sure to send a bookmark along as well. Can't wait to mail it out and pray you really enjoy Lael's journey:)

  3. Laura, I had a treat when I went to the post office today. My latest Amazon order arrived, and The Frontiersman's Daughter was one of the books in the familiar brown box. I'm eager to savor Lael's story and will do so just as soon as I complete the book I agreed to read as an influencer.

  4. Keli,
    So glad it got there today - all the way from Kentucky:) Makes my day and not just yours!

  5. Laura,
    Chris told me about your book when he visited this spring. I am so excited for you. Please enter me in your drawing as I am ashamed to say it is still in my cart, but will soon be ordered.I am really looking forward to reading it. Chris gave you rave reviews.

  6. Teri,
    So good to meet you on here! Chris gave you great reviews, too:) I'd love to add you to the hat for the giveaway! Please check back in. I'm so pleased to count you a soon-to-be-reader!

  7. Laura,
    Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. You are richly blessed with a wonderful talent. I look forward to reading subsequent novels. Any plans for The Frontiersman's Daughter to be published on audio?


  8. Patti,
    Bless you for your gracious comments here. They mean so much! I would love for the book to be released in audio format and also large print. I'll have to ask my publisher. Hearing it would be a very interesting, different experience. Some of my friends prefer the audio with books. Glad to know you are looking forward to Courting Morrow Little - another Ketnucky tale with some interesting twists:)

  9. You always have such great responses/comments to your blog entries. I think I need to take lessons from you on how to blog. But then we're all different and have to do things our own way. The new title sounds fun and interesting. Sounds like things are going really well with your book. Congratulations! And you're going to ACFW. What fun for you.

  10. Hi Ann!
    Yes, the comments are picking up now that the book has come out. I really am glad when readers leave a note on here:). Denver is right around the corner and it's last minute for me but glad to be going. It's a first but this has been a year of firsts. Thinking of you!