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Contest Giveaway:Bending Towards the Sun by Leslie Gilbert Lurie

Bending Toward the Sun: A Mother and Daughter MemoirOne lucky winner will win a free copy of Bending Toward the Sun
Here are the contest rules:
1)You must be a follower of this blog

2)US residents  only
3)Post your email address in the comment sections by September 19th(no later than midnight)
and I will annouce the winner that Monday.  If you do not respond in 48 hours I will have
to pick another winner from this comment section(Only the people who left comments before midnight 9/19/10).Thanks for being patient with me and stay tuned because I will be celebrating my 1 year blogerversary next Month so I am planning something real special


tabbylewis said…
Thanks for the giveaway! :)
I'm a new GFC follower.
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Deb said…
Sounds like a great book. I am also a new follower. booknook516 at gmail (dot) com
Inspired Kathy said…
I'm a GFC follower bkhabel at gmail dot com
sharon54220 said…
I have had this bookon my radar for quite awhile. I would love a chance.

I'm a follower

Thanks for the chance.
Elizabeth said…
Sounds like a good book..please enter me in the contest.

I am a Google follower.

silversolara AT gmail DOT com
nfmgirl said…
Sounds like a great book. Please count me in. Thanks so much!

I am a follower

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Donnetta said…
I'm sure I would enjoy this one! I follow your blog.
Kayla said…
Thanks for the giveaway!

jhitomi said…
congrats on your (almost) one year anniversary. thanks for this giveaway.
jhbalvin at gmail dot com
jhitomi said…
oops, not an entry, I just forget to mention I follow you on gfc as jhb.
jhbalvin at gmail dot com
Heather said…
GFC follower!

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hendy said…
Thanks for the giveaway, I can't wait to read this book
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