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It's a Party & a Giveaway!!

You may remember my review in the fall of My Beloved and My Friend, by Hal & Melanie Young.  It's an excellent new book on marriage.  And the big release is this week on Valentine's Day!!  

They have extended a lovely invitation to you all to a huge Facebook Party TONIGHT, 7-9 EST!!  There will be LOTS of giveaways from some of your favorite Christian companies, plus fellowship and fun, of course.  

**Updated: Even if you missed the Facebook party, the above mentioned giveaways are live until Monday, February 17th!

So make plans right now to join in the fun and help promote the release of this excellent book!

And now...

I'm happy to announce that I get to giveaway one free digital copy of this book and also an audio download of it as well--a perfect his & hers set, wouldn't you say?!!  

To enter to win just follow the Rafflecopter instructions below:   

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Jessica said…
So far, it's been The 5 Love Languages.
Unknown said…
i just got the email a few minutes ago. it's almost 7:30am on the 2/11. so i wasn't able to participate in the facebook chat or giveaways. i'm not trying to be rude, but i haven't been apart of your blog for long. is this how you let you email subscribers know about something coming up.. when it's too late to paticipate?
Kathy said…
To Lisa Craig who commented above ... perhaps the problem is with your email? I have no problems with getting notifications and as far as I can tell the giveaway is still going on. And it's now 9:47am on Tuesday the 11th.
Kathy said…
And Lora, thank you for this giveaway and your blog, I simply adore you!
And the book that has helped me most about Marriage is For Women Only.
Lisa Craig~

Thank you very much for reading and for your comment.

I tried to find your email address, Lisa, but I couldn't so I wanted to respond to you here.

I am so very sorry that you received this post update too late. I apologize for that!

The giveaway here on my blog will be live for a whole week and the Facebook party giveaways are live for a week also, I believe. You can check out all of them here on this Facebook page:

Again, I am sorry for the late notification and hope that you can still get entered in these great giveaways!
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I'm loving hearing what books have most impacted you and your marriages!
Unknown said…
Thank You very much Lore for responding. i do appreciate that!

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