Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas!

For all of you celebrating today, here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas!!

Instead of my usual thursday book discussion, I'll be giving away a fabulous book: the National Book Award winner, WHAT I SAW AND HOW I LIED by Judy Blundell.


Just leave me a comment on this post, and I'll draw a name out of a hat next tuesday.


Until then, enjoy your holidays, and I hope you're not under a mile of snow and ice like I am. :)

13 comments:

GutsyWriter said...

I'm enjoying my first cup of coffee this Christmas morning at 6 a.m. Only my husband is awake and we're both sitting in front of our computer monitors in the kitchen.
Just reading your posting with Christmas decorations, made me smile. Then the offer of Judy Blundell's book, which I immediately searched on Amazon, and read the wonderful reviews, as a gift from you to us, made me feel like I'd just opened a gift. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Brenda said...

I hope you and your family have a Very Merry Christmas...

I'm on vacation until after the first of the year, and only got one book from Santa...so I could use another one to keep me out of trouble until it is time to go back to work...hint...hint...grin...

Hugs...

Jacqui said...

Merry Christmas to you too, from under another mile of snow and ice...

Lady Glamis said...

Merry Christmas. Have a good one! :)

Christina Farley said...

Merry Christmas! Hope you have a fabulous holiday!

Jim Danielson said...

Hope it was a very Merry Christmas!

Bish Denham said...

A Merry Christmas and Happy Boxing Day to you!

Susan Sandmore said...

Not even a speck or snow or ice. Merry Christmas (er, Boxing Day) to you!

liquidambar said...

Ooh, everyone's raving about this book! Count me in.
And happy holidays!

Jenn Hubbard

Angie Frazier said...

A belated Merry Christmas! I'd love to enter the contest, too. This book sounds fabulous. I'm having my own contest for the 2007 book BURIED. Stop on by!

Marcia said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Crystal R. said...

Hi Tabitha!

I'd love to read this since I'm also writing a historical middle grade (although this one is YA, I believe).

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

Crystal (writermama on the blueboards)

Mary Witzl said...

I miss snow, though admittedly not shoveling it or trying to drive on icy streets. Hope you had a Merry Christmas, and what a shame I missed this...