Thursday, March 26, 2009

Party-Day 4


Are we having fun yet? I am. I love the giveaways. I forgot to say yesterday how I would choose the winner of the Rebozo. Should I pick the prettiest? That would be HARD. So, better not do that. Should I pick the person whose answers would best align with my own. That doesn't seem fair. Yea, I hear ya. I should just go with the random number generator. BUT keep those answers comin'. I love reading them...and the contests run until Midnight on Sunday.


I'm turning off the comment moderation for today's giveaway. So if you want to get in on The Duggar book, email me at jeffnmichelle@duracom.net instead of replying to that post. I still won't that one to remain on moderation.


Today's giveaway is more fun for me, than the prize is for you. YES, it's all about me! Well, hey, it is my blog.


Guess what book I'm reading. To be fair, I'm reading two. If you guess either one, you win. The first one to guess either book, takes the prize. We'll do this a really fun way. You can guess as many times as you want. Just put them in a new comment box each time. After five comments someone can ask a question to help with solving the puzzle. Sound fun? What do you win? Five books. Some I've recently read, some I read a long time ago, some I've never read. I'll let the winner pick from an assortment I have. So it's a surprise book draw. You can always post them on paperback swap when you are done...or if you aren't that interested. Because I really want you to play.


Don't forget to let us know if there is a contest on your blog; we want to play.

17 comments:

Yara said...

Fierce Heart: The Story of Makaha and the Soul of Hawaiian Surfing

Yara said...

What the Other Mothers Know: A Practical Guide to Child Rearing Told in a Really Nice, Funny Way That Won't Make You Feel Like a Complete Idiot the Way All Those Other Parenting Books Do

Yara said...

The Survivor Manual: An Official Book of the Hit CBS Television Show

Yara said...

A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from My Kitchen Table

Yara said...

I am just killing time till we go to the zoo..... no, that's not a book title, I'm just saying.... : P

Yara said...

Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionizes Home Baking

if you aren't reading this one, I think we actually should. I want fresh bread now & am nowhere near my vitamix or y oven : (

um.... is it time for a hint now?
Ah well, I'm off to the zoo & won't be back for a few hours

Michelle said...

Yara, you are so funny! Wish I was going to the zoo with you.

NONE of those books are right...but you listed some I want to read.

i'm not GIVING the clue...you have to ask a question and I'll answer it. HEHEHEHEH

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Yara said...

what category might I find your book in?

Michelle said...

which one?

one is an autobiography

the other is fantasy, i believe.

i guess no one likes my game but you. boohoo

Yara said...

sTori Telling?

Yara said...

Autobiography of George Muller

Anonymous said...

I'd play - I'm just stumped. An autobiography..... or fantasy.. hmm. is autobiography in the title? Or am I too early for another hint?

Shari

Michelle said...

Too early....must make 3 more guesses.

Where are you Yara?

Beulah said...

Ha! Pick me, I know! Well, one at least.

Umm, fantasy....is it Twilight?

I just devoured the first two books in the series in two days.

Yes, I know I have a problem.

Michelle said...

Well I finished that book Beulah...loved it!

I've never read Twilight...I don't like vampires. But everyone is reading it and it's starting to tempt me...I need to hold fast to my guns!

Beulah said...

Chronicles of Narnia?

And I'm glad you liked it.

It's not bad. I'm through the first two, and there hasn't been any traumatic gore. It was written for teenagers. Sigh. It's nothing like Anne Rice, which is full of gore!