We Have Winners! And May’s Month of Goodies
May 2, 2007
Those of you who left a comment during April were part of a top-secret drawing last night. All your names went into my little stainless steel bowl (it was clean), and I swished you round and round while you slept (or something) and drew out two names . . .
The winner of Sharon Dunn’s Death of a Garage Sale Newbie is Deborah!
And the winner of the free critique is David Fry!
So congratulations, everyone.
For everyone who didn’t win (I hate losing, too), take heart. After all, May is another month, as Scarlett would have said. Here are the two books I’ll be giving away for sure with a third possibly in the works. Stay tuned for that one.
Joel Carpenter’s life was never supposed to turn out this way. But after making a careless choice four years ago, his marriage was permanently shattered. Living in a small town deep in the heart of Texas, he now finds himself estranged from his ex-wife, Kari, and sharing custody of their son.
Just when Joel thinks the worst is behind him, he realizes he is facing his greatest challenge yet. And in the midst of deep tragedy, Joel is learning that forgiveness is way more important than freedom. Hopefully it’s not too late.
I have an interview with Annette coming in the near future.
It’s been a year since Mary Alice lost her father — the father she never really knew. Now she’s stuck cleaning out his rubbish from a storage unit. Just when she’d rather it all go away from her well-ordered life, her long-held secret is discovered by the feisty Marina, one of the six members of the Friday Afternoon Club.
When these friends make it their mission to help Mary Alice tackle her stash, they arrive at the storage unit, prepared to clean. But what they discover takes them on a riotous ride through the crime and clutter of the sixties, the angst and betrayal of those caught in The Revolution, and the forgiveness that can only come through acceptance of a different kind of Cause.
Includes fun, easy, and tantalizing recipes!
I got to meet the lovely Cyndy Salzmann recently. The interview we planned for last month has been moved to May. I think it’ll be a fun one.
One last bit of business–it’s late and I’m really tired so if there are any typos, it might have just been my forehead momentarily falling onto the keyboarzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
- Don’t forget to leave a tip! Prize for the best tip will be announced soon, as soon as Sally remembers it (seriously).
- Friday — where are our routines now?