Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Giveaway!



This week, I'm giving away The Rose of Winslow Street by Elizabeth Camden.
To enter to win, leave a comment about something that is close to your heart. Mine is foster kids. I taught a few in foster kids, and I also mentor a teen in foster care. I can't imagine being abandoned by the ones who are supposed to love you most.

To get a second entry, follow the blog and leave a second comment letting me know you follow.

Be sure to leave an email address.
I can only ship to the US.

12 comments:

Gwendolyn Gage said...

Hi Laura! I'm excited for the chance to win! Near and dear to my heart...hmmm. Today's teen girls who have no respect for themselves, and don't know to require it from a boyfriend or potential husband.

gwen[dot]gage[at]gmail[dot]com

Gwendolyn Gage said...

P.S. - I follow you via GFC :-)

Abbi Hart said...

Near and Dear to my heart is the plight of women and girls who are trapped in sex trafficking.

Abbi Hart said...

I follow via GFC!

Brenda said...

There are a couple of things that are near and dear to my heart and they are the elderly and the issues they face daily, also animal abuse and the lack of spaying and neutering is something that really is near and dear to my heart.

Brenda said...

I am a GFC follower. kittycrochettwo at msn dot com

Anonymous said...

The refugees that enter our country every day are dear to my heart.

sonflower277 at gmail dot com

Vera said...

I follow with GFC
godleyv at [yahoo] dot [com]

Vera said...

My mother and her younger brother had to be raised in a Methodist orphanage because her mother simply had no means to support and the rest of the family could not. This was around 1925. Hard times indeed. Hard a a little girl and her little brother. They couldn't even see each other to talk except to stand with the road between them. No communication between boys and girls!

godleyv at [yahoo] dot [com}

Nicole said...

Hi Laura! Close to my heart would be my family. God has blessed me with such a sweet and loving group of siblings, and two wonderful parents who I respect and cherish deeply.

email: pocoauthor@gmail.com

pkjsbooks said...

I was a foster parent also, and we adopted a special needs little boy. we were blessed to have him for 6 and 1/2 years before he passed away.It's been 22 years now and i sure miss him.

pkjsbooks said...

I follow your blog.
Pjarrell9@gmail.com