Friday, June 27, 2008

Dog Days of Summer Giveaway #4!!

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Can you believe it's already the fourth week of summer? Well, it's at least the fourth week of our Dog Days of Summer Giveaway!

I'm offering THREE copies of "The Edge of Recall" by Kristen Heitzmann (see my review here)!

So, leave me a comment, and share with me your favorite kind of "lawn art" or "greenery"! I'll pick three winners next Friday!

Happy Reading!

Deena

19 comments:

Thomas said...

I have never read Kristin Heitzmann & this looks like a good one. Thanks so much for your reviews. You make deciding on which book to purchase easy! My favorite lawn art would have to be my pineapple fountain we installed last year. Thanks Becky

Margay said...

My favorite lawn art is topiary bushes. It always makes me wonder "How do they do that?"

oh amanda said...

I don't know if this qualifies as "lawn" art but I saw the most beautiful topiaries at Disney World during their Garden festival...they were all in the shape of Disney characters. Beautiful flowers making the colors of the princess' gowns. Breathtaking!

Tara said...

my favourite type of greenery is probably ornamental ferns and ornamental mosses... I just think they are so pretty. I also love magnolia bushes. so pretty.

Angie said...

My favorite type of lawn art is probably topiary bushes especially ones shaped like animals. :)

lovedandamazed said...

This looks like a book I would enjoy reading. :-)

My favorite kind of lawn art is fountains. We used to live in Arizona and my father had a landscaping business where he would occasionally put fountains in people's yards. I always said I'd love a fountain on a patio right outside my bedroom window so I could listen to the water falling all night long... :-)

author_erin(at)lycos(dot)com

michelle said...

I love Kristin Heitzman.

My favorite lawn art is rock fountains. I would love to have a spot to landscape with big rocks and include a fountain or small waterfall down the rocks. Michelle - blueshel020812 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Leslie said...

Hostas are my favorites. They're perennials and I love to watch them make their slow and steady growth in the spring and then they keep on going in the summer.

Leslie

amajorkey at yahoo dot com

windycindy said...

Greetings, I think the wonderful cover of this book says a lot about the story line. The imagery of the labyrinth and a tangled life is great. My yard has the "Cottage Garden" look. As far as greenery, I love the ivy crawling up my house. Please enter me in your delightful drawing. Thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

MaryZ said...

I love ivy and other climbing plants and flowers.

maryzan@gmail.com

Jenn said...

Flowers are definitely my thing. I love colors in many varieties! It just looks so pretty.

Crystal M. said...

I've always loved seeing ivy climbing up fences and sides of houses.
I've only read one of Kristen Heitzmann's other books (Freefall)and I really enjoyed it. This one looks very interesting.
~Crystal M.
olenapena[at]sbcglobal[dot]net

Nancy said...

My favorite kind of greenery are gardenia bushes. Up north it was lilac bushes, but we can't grow them in the south. Thanks for the opportunity to win "The Edge of Recall."

Karin said...

Lilacs, petunias, and other flowers....

Rachelle said...

I love Kristen Heitzmann! But, I'm not really sure what my favorite lawn art is. I do know that my least favorite lawn art is definitely those pink flamingos in the summer and the blow up decorations during Christmas time.

rmill020 [at] bju.edu

kamewh said...

My favorite lawn art would be water fountains! Thank you for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Topiary bushes and fountains are at the top of the list when it comes to lawn art! Thanks for the chance to win a book!
Marilyn
Fmartin816@comcast.net

ReadingRobin said...

I love arches and arbors with climbing vines and flowers. I especially love boganvilla (sp?). Thanks for the drawing!

Smilingsal said...

God made the most beautiful lawn art in my backyard! I'll have a posting on it tomorrow, July 2nd. It's a pink crape myrtle tree in full bloom. Thanks for the chance to get a book.