(Mixing up some cheesy French bread to go with tonight’s chicken soup)
And the winner is:
Count me in too! I have lovely little friends of my good long time friends who I would love to read this too…
Congrads on your blog anniversary!
Here’s just the tiniest bit I know about Elizabeth. She lives in Canada, and she has a very lovely blog: eroosje.blogspot.com/
Don’t forget to stop by on Wednesday, when I’ll open up comments for a giveaway of The Woman and the Wheat!
And… as a big bonus, I’ve asked some of my writer friends to join me in giving away some of their books as well–since you are such an amazing, faithful, beautiful group of readers.
More to come soon! On to finish my day’s baking. 🙂
Been baking on convection. (Ick) Been giving (Yay)
Well, it’s November, which means I’ve been writing this blog for one full year! 110 posts, and lots of fun. It’s been a year of changes, of learning, of hopefully growing. If anything, I’ve baked a lot of bread, and given quite a few loaves away.
One of my very favorite giving days was when a whole host of women came to my home and we baked bread en masse. After our time together, they each took their own loaf of bread into the community to give away, and many were struck by the experience. I was struck by the experience, and just a day later I reflected on why I even started this blog. Giving changes you. And I know you–you beautiful readers–you are givers who do it without thinking… without blinking… I appreciate how you’ve encouraged me this last year.
There will be a sale coming up in mid-November. SALE! St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press is putting both The Man and the Vine, and The Woman and the Wheat on sale for just three days. (November 16-18. $15 each) If you’ve been hoping to add one or both of these books to your collection, your time is almost here! Spread the news.
But… before we get there, I’ll be giving away a copy of each of the books here on the blog. The Man and the Vine is first up, since it’s the first I wrote, and all you have to do is comment on this post and I’ll put you in the drawing. Comments will close this Sunday, November 7th, at midnight!
(Hi all, comments are now closed…)
Lastly, I’m a gal who has learned to take criticism. You can’t be an author and not listen to advice… If you have any thoughts on how to make this blog better–on how to broaden the scope, or narrow it–on reaching more people, or how to post in a more timely fashion, or about different subject matter you’d like to see posted, I’d love to hear. I’m all ears…