Friday, September 26, 2008

Day #26 of "30 Books in 30 Days" Giveaway!


Whew! Where did September go??? Seems like only yesterday we started this blog-wide celebration! We've given away over 25 books...and we still have 5 days left...including today!

But, we're letting you dream a bit (why do I keep saying 'we'? Because you're all in this with me!!), what book would you LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win here at My Bookshelf??

I'm thinking about it...but here's today's offering:


Review? Click the cover!

Happy Reading!



kristybee said...

there's a pull to this book for me. I am getting "God of All Comfort next week,please enter me I hope this finds you better :)
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Anonymous said...

I would love to win "What in the World is Going On?

Anonymous said...

This book looks really interesting. I know, where DID September go?

A book that I would like to win is "In the Shadow of Lions" by Ginger Garrett. I've never read this author but I've read some great reviews of this book (including yours!) and am quite intrigued.


Shelly Burns said...

I would love to win this! It sounds like a good read!

Crystal M. said...

Another book that I would love to have a chance to win is 'Jessie' by Lori Wick. I've heard some not so great reviews about it, but I'm still a fan of Lori Wick and I have the first two books... so naturally, I need to finish the collection! :)
~Crystal M.

lisa said...

this looks like a good to win...she lives in my hometown, I've talked to her several times...but I've not read any of her books!!!

CherryBlossomMJ said...

*do not enter me*

Have you seen? YOU HAVE 24 FOLLOWERS! Wow. *sigh*

I'm so looking forward to this book, let me find it, oh it is in stack #2, fourth from the top. *sigh*

Alyce said...

I think that Peculiar Treasures by Robin Jones Gunn looks like a fun book. Plus I like the idea of passing the YA titles to my neices when I'm done with them.

akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

Smilingsal said...

I would love to win Reason of Insanity by Randy Singer. Today's book looks like a good one.

Barbara H. said...

This looks good!

My first thought in answer to your question was, "Why, I'd like to win the ones I enter for, of course." But then I realized you were asking about books not mentioned here. :-) So, let's see...actually, I'd love to win a set of all of Jan Karon's Mitford books or Spurgeon's Treasury of David.

Carolynn W. said...

I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win The Bride Bargain by Kelly Eileen Hake. It sounds like such a great book! Thanks:)

Stonefox (otherwise known as Heidi) said...

This is the one I'd love to win! I have never read one by Susan but have heard such great things. Plus how she got her start is encouraging, which makes me want to win this one even more!

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the Potluck Club's 4th book - The secret's in the sauce. But I also LOVE Susan Meissner (because of you introducing her to me!).

Tara said...

well... I would like to win The Other Side of Darkness by Melody Carlson or Hush by Nicole Braddock Bromley.

Lindsey said...

This looks like a great book! I would like to win "Faking Grace" by Lisa Samson. :-) "In the Shadow of Lions" looked good, too!

Thanks for the giveaways!

ladyufshalott at

lace said...

I'd love to win the Mark of the Lion series. I've read them ages ago but would love to own them and reread them.

Abi said...

Deena, you said this week to leave a comment about the book on your shelf that interested us the most This would be one of my choices because of a character with my name. :P However, I wouldn't mind
Laugh your way to a Better marriage as a second option to win.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

windycindy said...

I think an interesting book to win on your site would be "Dying to Decorate" by Cyndy Salzman. Thanks, Cindi

Anonymous said...

I'm really interested in the book called "Heaven." My mom and brother read it and it's helped them deal with grief so I am hoping it would do the same for me.

Jennifer @ Quiverfull Family said...

I'd love to win either The Love Dare or Fireproof the Novel. I doubt I'll catch it anywhere around here in theaters in rural Canada, so the books will have to suffice.