Friday, June 29, 2007

At Last

At last I'm able to get back on my blog! Had a few problems but they're worked out now. I've read some of the best books in recent days not only for BOTY but also books sent to me by my author friends. In addition, my own novella is now on the bookshelves. I hope some of you will be reading it and reviewing it for us. It was a fun book to write.

If you'd like a free copy of Sugar and Grits, please send me a comment and let me know why you'd like to read it. I will draw a name July 15 and send the lucky winner a copy. If you've already read it, let me know how you liked it.


Anonymous said...

Hi Martha,

I'd like to read your first novella, "Not on the Menu" because reading a debut is always fun. I also think it's neat how some of the characters are from previous books.

Please put my name in the drawing.

Anonymous said...

Hi Martha,

I'd love to read your novella (plus the others) because the characters sound fun, you mentioned two characters who mentor two younger characters (sounds interesting) and because it's ROMANCE! :) The heroes sound like a good diverse mix, too. I'm sure my oldest two daughters would enjoy it, too. :)


Kathy Carlton Willis said...

I would love to win a free copy of Sugar and Grits because I know a couple of the authors and it would be great to read their projects! Also, I consider myself a bit of a GRITS girl myself, so it would give me a chuckle to imagine a bit of my surroundings in the book. You can contact me at: WillisWay at aol dot com

Anonymous said...

Hello Martha,

I am visiting your blog for the very first time.

I would like to win a copy of Sugar and Grits for the experience of reading a book by a Christian author.

I am so eager to attend the Writer's Conference for the first time. I have had the dream of writing a book for a few years and feel God is placing his hand on me. People who I never knew of before are entering my life. I want to enter the world of Christian writers.

I kind of feel like Christmas...eager and anticipating what is in store.

I would be honored to read and comment on the book Sugar and Grits.

Thank you for your time.
Susan Meriwether