Monday, March 1, 2010


A new contest starts today and as I explained in mylast blog, I'm short on blogging time this week, so I'm going to make it easy. All followers will be automatically entered in the drawing for a book I've previously reviewed. Those who aren't followers or who wish to have an additional chance to win please list under comments any LDS novels you can think of that refer to time or seasons in the book's title. Whoever lists the most will get two additional chances at winning.

And speaking of winners. . . ta da. . .Elizabeth Morgan! Elizabeth, please send me your wish list of five or more LDS novels and if I have them I'll send one of them to you. I'll need your mailing address too. Contact me at bhansen22 at msn dot com.


KarenG said...

Okay, referring to times and seasons? How about Uncut Diamonds by Karen Jones Gowen. (Who the heck is she anyway??) The changing seasons and time passing is a subtle theme of the novel.

Also, Ghost Waves by my friend W. Everett Prusso. When the characters leave Brooklyn on their voyage to San Francisco, it is a cold, wintry day, and then they're in the tropics, opposite side of the equator, hot and sultry. Time passing, seasons changing.

The Novelist said...

Tomorrow And Always by Rachel Ann Nunes.
The Evening and The Morning by Virgina Sorensen