Monday, February 26, 2007

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY!!!

March's FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY - Too Much Stuff: De-cluttering Your Heart and Home by Kathryn Porter. (See Review Below)

To enter our contest simply leave a comment on this blog or at Paula's blog, Through the Eyes of an Author (link in right column).

Don't forget to leave your email address so that I can contact you if you are the winner. (I promise that I will not spam you or sell your email address.)

Winner's name will be drawn at the end of March and notified by email.

5 comments:

keeleykats said...

Thank you for the book review of Too Much Stuff. I read the first chapter at the link you gave in the interview. I really appreciate a book that encourages me through God's word. And who doesn't have "too much stuff"! Thank you for a great review on a must have book! Blessings, Keeleykats@comcast.net

Cherie said...

Sounds like a wonderful book! Who does not need to declutter and I truly believe that with God all things are possible, even decluttering my rather cluttered home. Please enter me in the drawing.

Cherie Japp
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Susette said...

I am interested in both the De-cluttering Your Home and Violent Sands. I've been working on decluttering this week. *g*
And I like the analogy of Barabas already receiving what Christ came for. Sounds like a good read!
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tsh816 said...

Violet Sands sounds very interesting. I love to read fiction books based on historical events, especially biblical events. Also, Too Much Stuff sounds just like the kind of book my roommate's parents desperately need! I would be interested in both! Thanks!
Serena
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Bob said...

My mother was a definite "saver" everything from tiny pieces of material from the clothes she made for others to old glassware. When I escaped the cult and my abusive husband of 30 years my son packed a bunch of boxes and I got most of this clutter. I have a really difficult time "decluttering" because I know how much this meant to her.
With all the religious dogma I learned in the cult and still being so confused I could really use the "decluttering" both of my home and my mind. I would love to enter the drawing for " DeCluttering Your Home"
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