Almost 1000 books collected so far during this great event organized by Armand Rosamilia to provide reading material to US Troops serving overseas! If you’re interested, here’s how you can help …
Originally posted on Armand Rosamilia:
As we near 1,000 books collected and at least 6 more weeks to get books in, I’ve come across a slight problem… and one I wasn’t expecting, but I’m quite happy for it: with so many books coming in each day, I might need a couple more contacts to send books to.
Now, upfront a few things you need to know:
Another update for one of the talented authors featured previously on Reading Recommendations – This time, Francis Guenette with a new novel just released!
Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Since then, Francis has published a new novel, The Light Never Lies, the sequel to Disappearing in Plain Sight, featured in the Jan. 17th blog post. Both novels are part of The Crater Lake Series.
I am so pleased that my blog has reached another milestone … (HEY! For me, this is BIG!!!) This calls for a celebration and a giveaway!
To show my appreciation to all the readers who have taken a moment to subscribe to or follow my blog I am going to hold another draw to give away free copies of my two eBooks, Island in the Clouds and That Last Summer, for whichever reading device you own. If you’ve already read both, you may want to give your prize to a friend, should you win. So there’s an incentive for everyone to enter! (At this time, I can only offer free copies of the eBooks, because mailing copies of the print edition would be difficult as I’m here.)
So, if you are currently a subscriber and you would like to enter this contest, please make a comment below. On Feb. 14th, I will make a random selection from those who enter. You may consider this my Valentine’s Day treat for all my readers out there!
And, if you’re not currently a subscriber, you may want to become one now, because I’ll be holding more similar contests as I reach new milestones.
Thanks to everyone in advance for participating in this contest!
But, more importantly, thanks to all 300 of you who have subscribed to my blog over the years. And thanks for continuing to read!! I couldn’t keep doing this without your support!
(And, yes, Tim Baker, I know I’m well over my exclamation point quota on this post!!!)