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Showing posts from October, 2014

Looking in the Window: A Fun Blog Hop Featuring Mountain of Love and Danger

Thanks to Lisa Lickel, who posted about her children’s book,  Matthew LaCraft, The Yankee Boy , last week at Living Our Faith Out Loud  for inviting me. She asked me the following questions about Mountain of Love and Danger , a re-telling of the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk. What is the name of your character? Is he/ she fictional or historic? Jack Greenthumb is the fictitious main character in Mountain of Love and Danger. When and where is the story set? The story’s set in current times, but in a fantasy world called Fairwilde Kingdom. What should we know about him/ her? Jack’s a young guy, son of Fred Greenthumb, the owner of Greenthumb Acres. Fred supplies all of Fairwilde Kingdom with vegetables and employs quite a few people. Jack’s enjoying riding around the kingdom in his new red car, but Dad’s attacked, the farm vandalized and Jack’s true love, Gwendolyn Bante, kidnapped. Jack must face danger and suspense as he goes undercover in a criminal community

The Jay Companies Fall Contest

FALL SPECTACULAR GIVEAWAY Yes, it is definitely that time of year again, when the colors of red and orange come to life as the temperature starts to drop. There is a wonderful sense of possibility and change in the air and there could also be new possibilities when it comes to decorating your tabletop as well. As the season’s colors begin to emerge, why not take the opportunity to style it up with some new and exciting pieces that can really make it stand out. Enter the Jay Companies Contest. Click on link:  Jay Companies Contest $500 Gift Certificate to Grand Prize: 1 Winner Dinnerware for 8 Charger Plate for 8 Stemware for 8 1st Prize – 1 Winner Choice of: Beverage Dispenser Dinnerware Set for 4 2nd Prize – 2 Winners Choice of: Cannister Set Serving Tray Jewelry Box 3rd Prize – 3 Winners

Looking Out the Window: Sandra Ardoin Celebrates Release Day of The Yuletide Angel, a Chritmas Novella. She'll Give Away an E-book

What an honor to have Sandra celebrating with Peering Through Life's Window on release day! To enter to win the e-book of The Yuletide Angel , leave a comment and an e-mail address. Hi Sandra. First, tell us a little about yourself. I write historical romance, am married to a retired man (he robbed the cradle … okay, maybe not) and am the mom of a young adult. When I’m not recording the lives and loves of fictional people, I’m cooking, cleaning, reading, gardening, watching NASCAR, or cheering on the Carolina Panthers football team. Sounds a lot like the things I'm doing. Lots of writers loved to read as children. How about you? If so, what did you read? Absolutely. I discovered the joy of reading in the third grade when I devoured the Little House books. As I grew older, I moved on to gothic romances—like Jane Eyre —and romantic suspense. In high school, Mary Roberts Rinehart was a favorite of mine, along with Phyllis Whitney. My favorite of the classics is Reb