Jim Ward was in a tizzy when the president of the Presbyterian Theological College presented him The Bride List for him to court and suggested he start with Betty Chapman. A sweet woman, the president said. Oh, but that horse face of hers made Jim pine for his childhood nemesis, Annie Lee, who arrive in town a few weeks earlier. … Visit www.JanetSyasNitsick.com or this blog for links to this humorous tale.
Author Kirsten Osbourne wrote her 100th book, and I helped her celebrate that feat with a giveaway of paperback copies of my recent release, The Bride List, second in the Great Plains Series, and Courtships and Carriages, first in the series.
Entries needed to answer this question: What is your feeling on Daylight Savings Time – pro or con – and provide their e-mail address. There were a lot of great answers which made it difficult to chose but the winner is …
I liked her answer since many of us love it when we get an extra hour of sleep in the fall but hate it when we lose it in the spring.
Ginny, look for an e-mail from me, so I can send you your paperback copies. Congratulations!
In honor of Author Kirsten Osbourne’s 100th book achievement (and what a feat this is), I am offering a giveaway.
What do you win?
A paperback copy of my recent release, The Bride List, a humorous tale and the second in the Great Plains Series, and a paperback copy of Courtships and Carriages, the first in the series.
How do you enter?
(1) place your e-mail address in the comment section below.
(2)Give a brief answer to this following question in the comment section below: It is almost time to move our clocks forward because of Daylight Savings Time. What is your feeling on doing this – either pro or con?
Paperback winner announced Tuesday, March 7.
An e-mail will be sent to the winner, so I can receive the necessary information to deliver their paperback copies of The Bride List and Courtships and Carriages.
However, if the winner does not reply by Thursday, March 9, a new winner will be chosen.
What wonderful answers to this giveaway. I was amazed at the creative comments. It was difficult to choose but …
the winners are …
drumroll here …
E-book winner of The Bride List, second in the Great Plains Series, and Courtships and Carriages, first in the Great Plains Series, is Linda Herold. I will contact you so look for my e-mail.
Paperback winner of The Bride List, second in the Great Plains Series, and Courtships and Carriages, first in the Great Plains Series, is Margie Vickers. I will contact you so look for my e-mail.
Note: If a winner does not contact me by Feb. 16, a new winner will be chosen.
E-book and paperback editions are out. If you have not bought your copy of this fun reader, The Bride List, get it today.
Also, on iBooks!
Jim Ward was in a tizzy after the president of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary College presented him The Bride List of ladies for him to court and demanded him to marry one on the list by year’s end or his desire to become a minister would come to an end.
His only recourse was to see if he could court Annie Lee, his childhood nemesis, who just arrived in town. He swallowed hard …