Monday, January 10, 2011

Winner of the One Year Bible

The One Year Bible NLT (One Year Bible: New Living Translation-2)I'm reading through The One Year Bible this year and am enjoying it so much that last week I offered to give one away. Thanks to everyone who signed up. The winner of the no-strings-attached giveaway is...


Vanessa P ( who said...I really like the NLT translation. Thanks for the opportunity to hold the book in my hand :)


Vanessa, if you'll contact me through my website, I'll get your choice of either the print version or Kindle version of the One Year Bible on its way.

Blessings all, and here's a quick glimpse of what we awakened to this morning in Nashville. So pretty!




And it's still coming down! A great day to stay in and write...

5 comments:

  1. Congrats to Vanessa! ~ And thanks for sharing those snow pictures, Tammy. Looks very similar to what I'm seeing out my windows today too! It's beautiful, but unfortunately here there's a coating of ICE over the lovely snow, so it's not the soft, powdery kind we got last year. Oh well--it's still pretty! ~ Blessings on your day. Hugs, Patti Jo :)

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  2. I just saw pics of ATL on the news, Patti Jo. My brother said they were "iced in" this morning and that basically everything is closed. Snow is one thing. But ice is another. Stay safe! Blessings, friend.

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  3. Your snow looks just like ours! Beautiful, and yes, great for writing. Looking forward to reading the installment you sent last night!

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  4. Snow looks so lovely, clean and fresh.. Quiet and still, maybe this is what winter is all about...

    From one who knows the pain of losing a loved one; our thoughts are with you, Tamera. We are now 2 1/2 years without our son, but still have our grandchildren to cherish, love and teach to follow after Christ...

    I always look forward to your next novel--keep writing... God has given you this talent to share with all of us...Thank You!! God bless you and your family this year.....

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  5. As always, Deb, thanks for your thoughts and suggestions. You're the best writing critique partner a gal could have!

    Anon, thank you for your kind words. Losing a parent is one thing, but losing a son... Know that I think of you and pray for you so often. What I joy you are to your grandchildren, I know. Hope our paths cross again soon.

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