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Looking Out the Window: Shannon Vanatter's Blog Tour for Rodeo Reunion. Enter to Win a Book and a Prize.

A Warm Welcome to Shannon Vannatter Shannon’s offering a special giveaway to commemorate the Heartsong Presents line since it’s ending this month. Comment and leave an e-mail address below to enter the drawing for one of ten copies of Rodeo Reunion. The ten copies will be split among names drawn during the blog tour from June 1st – July 1st.

But that's not all


One winner will receive this baseball themed memory board personally crafted by Shannon.

Winners will be revealed on Shannon’s blog here on July 22nd.

Today Shannon talks about Rodeo Reunion and shares her favorite Bible verse as well as a favorite recipe

Bible verse Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. (Acts 4:12 KJV)
Fruit Salad Recipe 16 oz. cool whip
8 oz. small curd cottage cheese
1 small box gelatin (any flavor)
At least four different kinds of fruit—fresh or canned

Whip cottage cheese with electric mixer until curds are mostly…

Looking Out the Window: Lillian Duncan Talks about Facing Adversity and Tells Us How in God, Life & Hula Hoops, Her New Book.

A Warm Welcome to Lillian Duncan
Lillian will give away EITHER a PDF OR Kindle copy of her new book, God, Life and Hula Hoops. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below.

Even a Hula Hoop!
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, when the going gets tough, the tough get going or maybe they go shopping. I forget which it is. But what about writers? When the going gets tough, they write! And so I have. God, Life and Hula Hoops is the result.

In 2012 I was diagnosed with bilateral brain tumors. Fortunately they were benign, but as I like to say, there are two definitions for benign. One being non- cancerous, the other meaning harmless—which my brain tumors definitely are not!

My life took a dramatic turn with the diagnosis and is still topsy-turvy to this day. Life isn’t always easy, but there is always hope because God doesn’t leave us alone in our battles. Even before I needed them, God taught me what I needed to stay in his peace and joy, in spite of all the difficulties I …

Looking Out the Window: Christine Lindsay Talks about Veiled at Midnight, the Third Book in Her Twilight of the British Raj Series. Gives Away an e-Book of Each Title in the Trilogy.

A Warm Welcome to Christine Lindsay Christine will give away an e-book of all three novels in her series. To enter to win them leave a comment and an e-mail address below.

A MOST DISREPUTABLE PAST—by Christine Lindsay
I’ll come clean with you. I’m one of those people with a “past”. Yes, today I stand on stages and share the gospel message of Jesus Christ with hundreds of women at a time. But, like Mary Magdalene I’m a woman with a past—a past that makes me blush. A past that I don’t share the details of—details I don’t want my children to know about—I’d cringe embarrassment and shame. 
But the most important reason I don’t blurt out all my shameful past is because I don’t have to. Years ago when I put my faith in Jesus Christ I became a new woman—a woman worthy of wearing white when I walked up the aisle to marry my husband. There was nothing in my disreputable past that could not be washed away by the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Still though, I meet people in my travels w…