Well I sure have been lucky lately so I would like to pass out some big thank-you’s. These are in no particular order as my memory isn’t good enough to remember when I won them or received them-lol.
I was lucky enough a little while ago to get Somebody Else’s Daughter by Elizabeth Brundage from my good friend Shana over at Literarily. She really cheered me up with that kind gesture.
From another good friend Toni from A Circle of Books, I received Inside Out Girl by Tish Cohen and The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. Why, you ask? No reason, just from the goodness of her heart.
Then I started to win some books from my book blogging friends… I won… Shoot the Moon by Billie Letts from The Things We Read, The Witch’s Trinity by Erika Mailman from Literate Housewife, Dead Witness by Joylene Nowell Butler from J. Kaye at J. Kaye’s Book Blog, Woman of a Thousand Secrets by Barbara Wood from Bonnie at Redlady’s Reading Room and recently I was able to pick a book from softdrink’s closet over at Fizzy Thoughts and I chose Thank You For All Things by Sandra Kring.
Marcia from The Printed Page had heard how much I wanted to read Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay and was kind enough to send me her extra copy which I am very thankful for.
My good friend Janel from Janel’s Jumble spoiled me rotten and it came at the perfect time while my pop’s was in the hospital. It was the perfect pick-me-up. She sent me Tethered by Amy MacKinnon which I want to read really bad, a beading book, some beading magazines and a wonderful beaded bookmark plus a few patterns. Janel is really talented when it comes to beading and I’m going to give it a shot again over the winter. Make sure and check out her blog-she has all kinds of good things like recipes, beading tips, other good hints and bookish things thrown in the pile too. It’s great.
So, what I really want to say is that the generosity of bloggers overwhelms me. I’ve met so many great people that I call friends now and for that I’m very grateful. To have met them through one of my favorite things-books, is even better!