Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Contest & Giveaway with Robin Jones Gunn!

GREAT NEWS!

I will be giving away FIVE brand new copies of Robin Jones Gunn's recent release "Take Flight", courtesy of Multnomah Books, a Division of Random House, Inc. "Take Flight" is a devotional book Robin co-wrote with Cindy Hannan. It is designed for women, and even more importantly, for Sisterchicks!



To enter the contest, leave a comment to this blog. In the comment, tell me which Robin Jones Gunn book is your favorite and why. On December the 15th I'll have my sweet husband draw names (to keep it fair!) The first five names he draws wins a free copy of "Take Flight", postage paid!

You don't want to miss out on winning this book! Enter now! If you don't win, here's a link to buy the devotional. And just in time for Christmas!

www.robingunn.com

Look in my blog archive to read a recent interview with Robin Jones Gunn herself!

11 comments:

K.Michelle said...

My favorite is Sisterchicks in Gondolas!

If for no other reason, because they were in Venice. Venice is my dream vacation, and Robin made it so real to me.

And what's better than a story about traveling to Venice and coming back with a renewed spirit and a stronger faith in our awesome God.


By the way, Betsy, I saw the book cover on Malia's website! Congrats, big time sister!

Anonymous said...

ahh i can only pick one??? i love all of robin gunn's books. but if in can only pick one i guess it'd have to be ...

sisterchicks down under.

i've always wanted to go to new zealand and australia so the book was like a mini tour for me. also all the LOTR trivia in the book was great too.

Georgiana said...

Sister Chicks do the Hula!

GOod thinking--having your hubby pick. Better blindfold him too.

Anonymous said...

Sister Chicks in Sombreros. Did I spell that right? LOL

Malia Spencer said...

I have to admit loving Christy and Todd the College Years. Probably As You Wish is my favorite.

And not too much pressure on hubby huh? LOL Tell him to draw with one eye open. j/k

Betsy Ann said...

I'm not entering the contest, just can't keep my two cents to myself! =) My favorite book of Robin's is Whispers, in her Glenbrooke series. I love all her books, especially the Glenbrooke series, but Whispers just really spoke to my heart as a teenager and set me on the road to writing fiction. God knew what He was doing when He put that book in my hands. I can only pray one of my stories touches someone's heart in the same way one day...

Anonymous said...

The Christy series is my favorite. They were the first books I read by Robin.

Please enter me in the contest!

Anonymous said...

Waterfalls from the Glenbrooke series cracks me up every time! And I've read it (or at least my favorite parts) probably eight times. My hubby will hear me laughing and come investigate. "Oh . . . you're reading that book again," he says. I know he wonders what's so funny, but I'm usually laughing too hard to explain. (Which is okay, because usually my explanations aren't that funny, LOL)

And I agree with you, Betsy-- Whispers is wonderful. Love them all. Choosing just one is like trying to choose between Dove milk chocolate or dark chocolate. What's a girl to do?

Anonymous said...

I'm Sophia,
from Yemen,
and I'm 20 y.o

Hi, All
I've studied English sinse this Summer .
It's very difficult for Me! Really hard!
I would like like to meet peple and practisice My English with them.

Thank You

froggieb said...

Betsy Ann, I have to admit that I have not yet read Robin Gunn's books as of yet.

After reading the comments above and your interview I will be running out(well, actually walking carefully on the ice) to pick one up and see what the fuss is all about.

Not sure if this qualifies me for an entry to the contest or not. Either way is okie dokie.

Wishing you Christmas blessing throughout the season and into the next year.

bev

Julie Carobini said...

Loved Sister Chicks on the Loose! A friend saw me reading it, then she told her sister, and she told another friend, now there's a ton of Robin Gunn fans around here!