Monday, January 5, 2015

Book Review and Giveaway




Winter being the perfect time to sit back and read a book or two, I'm giving away a lovely compilation of heartwarming, entertaining, stories by Dorcas Smucker. And lest you think it's just filled with fluff. Not so! Important life lessons and stories about life that are not so funny but are character building are included as well.

Another plus for me was the fact that it's a thin, easy to read volume, as are the other pieces she has in publication. My book list is always fairly long so I appreciated this especially! Perfect to sit and read as you sip some tea and unwind from a busy day!

Footprints on the Ceiling is available for $15 per book, postage included.  You can mail a check to Dorcas Smucker, 31148 Substation Drive, Harrisburg, OR 97446.  US addresses only.  To send a copy to Canada or overseas, email Dorcas at dorcassmucker@gmail.com.     

You can also visit Dorcas here @  www.dorcassmucker.blogspot.com where she shares everyday life with you.

So leave a comment for an entry or comment and share the giveaway letting me know you did and where for a double entry in the drawing. Giveaway ends on Wednesday January 7th at 9:00 p.m

Thank you for participating and have a lovely day!
 
♥Be Blessed!♥





10 comments:

  1. It sounds like a good & quick read.

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  2. I would love to add this one to my collection.

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  3. This has been on my to-read list for several months! :-)

    ~eunice
    tigergal 01 @gmail .com

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  4. would love to cozy-up and read this book...

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  5. A good book to read is welcome any day! Carmen
    7happylappys@gmail.com

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  6. I love Dorcas Smucker's writing and would enjoy this book.

    eatmoreeggs75@frontier.com

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  7. I love her blog and posts, so I'm sure the book would be special. I shared on FB.

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  8. yes I would love to win this book!

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  9. Her stories always make me wish my children were young again -- they are adults and delightful, but they live far away and their own responsibilities keep them from visiting as often as I would like. I suppose that is always the case for everyone...

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  10. I truly could use a few heartwarming stories during the chilly time of year.

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