Loaded Questions Contest for Author Caroline Fyffe
Okay folks, I have a favor to ask. Shortly I will be doing a contest here for Caroline Fyffe, author of The McCutcheon Family Series. What I need from you are some questions you would like to ask her. Of course, during the contest you are more than welcome to ask more questions, but this first list of 10 to 15 questions is just to get the party started. Think about questions you have always wanted to ask an author and leave them in the comments section below and the day of the contest, come back to see if yours was one of the questions chosen.
To get an idea of how and what Mrs. Fyffe writes, check out my reviews for her first two McCutcheon Family Series books, Montana Dawn & Texas Twilight. Sorry for having the comment moderation on but I have been receiving a lot of spammy comments from a toilet company! I will be choosing questions until Monday! Thanks for the help in advance and have a wonderful and blessed day!
Also, to get your copy of either of these titles please follow the links below, thanks!
You know, I've always wondered why this day should be called "Good" Friday. This is the day that our Savior was crucified. Jesus was the sweetest, most patient, compassionate, empathetic and humble man this world has ever seen or will ever see until He appears in the clouds to call His people home. He helped so many people, He taught so many people, He had mercy on so many people. Even today, over 2,000 years later, He still is and does these things. I know He is constantly working on teaching me. I read the stories of how Jesus healed the leper and my heart just breaks at the pure sweetness of that man named Jesus. I mean think about it, really think about it. A leper lived outside of regular society and wasn't allowed to do the normal things everyone else did. They were never touched and rarely looked at. One day, Jesus sees this leper and He touches him and makes him clean, healed ... instantly! Did you catch the part where I said Jesus TOUCHED the leper? Every ti…
So, it's 1:45 a.m. & I'm sitting in the living room with
my soon to be 2 yo son, Mason. Mason has
NEVER slept all night since the day he was born...not ONCE. I've Googled, read,
researched, spoken with his pediatrician and other pediatricians, tried
essential oils, warm baths with calming bath soap and adjusted his schedule so
many times that I can't even remember. This past Friday I had a minor surgical procedure done but
was told I couldn't lift anything heavy for 10 days (as the discharge nurse
eyed my 30-pound baby boy). Can I just get some back up from other moms out
there; if your baby falls or gets sick, you are NOT going to say “Well, I can't
pick you up, just dust it off and go on about your day”, are you? I didn't
think so. The meds they gave me after surgery turned me into monster
mommy/wife. I snapped off the head of every poor innocent that happened to look
me directly in the eye all day Saturday and Sunday. Plus, those same meds made
me SO …
Today is an odd Saturday as I have, not one, but two guest posts and giveaways. This review is for NIGHT JOURNEYbyGOLDIE BROWNING. This was an awesome read that actually made me stop and wonder about past lives. You know when you get that feeling that you have done something before or been in a particular place before? NIGHT JOURNEY is packed with these types of remembrances. The hotel in the book is a real place and the historical aspects of this novel are true and dead on. Goldie writes in such a way that you feel as if you are right there with the characters and in the places described. This was a truly enjoyable read that I would have to put in a class of its own. It has supernatural elements, mystery and suspense, romance...it has a little of everything. There is no way you can go wrong with this one.There is also a giveaway for two e-book copies of NIGHT JOURNEY and one lucky winner will get a paperback copy, (as long as you live within the U.S.). Below is the guest post, an exc…