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And now, I’m thrilled to announce the winners of a signed copy of my new book! Here they are:
• Rachel, who said: “I love the changing colours of the leaves.”
• Keilah, who said: “I love the leaves falling, smells in the air, bundling up in layers and all the family time. I feel extra crafty going into Christmas and ambitious with what I want to make for gifts and such. Congratulations on the book! So excited for you! Way to go!!!”
• Tawni, who said: “I LOVE fall colors– plum, red, brown, even orange (which I normally hate) is lovely within fall’s color scheme!”
• Martha, who said: “I love Fall for it’s weather. It’s starts to get cooler the colors become more brown, orange and red. It’s my excuse to bring out the warm blankets out and curling up with a good book and some coffee.”
• Mary, who said: “I love Fall! The leaves outside are changing colors and falling like a gentle snow when gusts of wind blow. I enjoy cooking yummy warm meals like soups on cold days and I love baking pumpkin muffins with my children.”
Congratulations, ladies! I’ve sent you an email, so look for it in your inbox.
I wish I could give 823 additional signed copies to the rest of you who entered, but alas, I can’t (the publishers don’t give me that many…). It is on sale now at bookstores, however, and you can order it online at these sites:
I’m incredibly grateful and blessed for so much enthusiastic response, and I’m honored many of you are telling your friends about both my book and this site. Thank you, again. If you do see my book it in your local bookstore, I’d love to hear about it! It hasn’t yet come to my local B&N.
Make your favorite mug-required drink today, and have a great rest of the weekend.
“A few days ago I walked along the edge of the lake and was treated to the crunch and rustle of leaves with each step I made. The acoustics of this season are different and all sounds, no matter how hushed, are as crisp as autumn air.” – Eric Sloane