The New Digs and a Giveaway!

On the off chance that you don’t follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you may have missed that I recently made the move to WordPress. Yes, I’m with the grown-ups now. It’s all very schmacy. Which is, no doubt, what you’ve come to expect from me.

Anyway, as part of the move, I want to say thank you for keeping me company around here. And I’d like to go ahead and thank you by asking you to allow me to keep you company all over the internet.

But wait! For the privilege of following me and liking me and letting me into your inbox, I’ll offer you the chance at a couple of gifts. I’ve got a copy of Not Alone that I’d like to give someone. And, in honor of the best show on television, I’m throwing in a $15 gift card to Subway. Not the person, the store. Eat fresh!

Seriously, I love writing this blog because I love interacting with you folks. Thanks for making this fun and interesting and challenging. Now, sign up for a chance to win!



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  • http://www.JanetOberholtzer.com Janet Oberholtzer

    I have a copy of Not Alone, so you don’t have to include me in the giveaway, I just wanted to check out how Rafflecopter works :) 

    • http://www.alise-write.com Alise Wright

      Seriously, it’s CRAZY EASY. Best way to host a giveaway EVER.

  • http://meetthebuttrams.com/ Jessica Buttram

    The Subway here smells like dirty mop water.

    BUT I STILL LOVE IT. I know, I’m dedicated.

  • Rosannadawn

    I made a comment on the Rafflecopter, but it doesn’t look like to posted it here. :) I just wanted to say that I downloaded the Kindle sample of your book, and after reading it, immediately put it on my Wish List. Thanks for offering the book and Subway. I love Subway too! :) Also, thanks for sharing your heart with others who need to be seen and encouraged. :)

  • http://lifebeforethebucket.blogspot.com/ Adrian Waller

    We’re currently in the middle of moving and I loooooathe it. I want to fast-forward to the part where we’re done, except that would mean skipping graduation.

  • http://twitter.com/LisaColonDelay Lisa Colón DeLay

    It’s a long story …but it involved a rental truck.

    You have my support!

  • http://jenniferluitwieler.com/ Jennifer Luitwieler

    You darling! I’ve loved developing as a writer and thinker with you, and am so thankful for being allowed into the now defunct #coffeeclub.

  • http://connienoellewrites.wordpress.com/ connienoelle

    Moving into university was so crazy – I’ve always lived in residences which meant moving in and out every year. Good times for my dad, who had to once carry everything (I helped) up four flights of stairs!

  • Leanne Shirtliffe

    Love the new digs. My kids will actually eat at Subway. Vivian likes a pickle sandwich with a side of cheese. I kid you not. 

  • Jennifer Short

    My best moving story?  Not really sure I have one, but I went on a summer project with Campus Crusade and had everything packed to take back to college with me as soon as I got home from project.  Took me two days to sort what I needed for the summer, what I needed for school, what could stay at home, and Mom unpacked it all for me thinking she was doing me a favor when I was at project.  I wanted to cry when I saw it was unpacked.  

  • mandy83

    I remember moving into college. I was with my parents and I was really embarassed that they asked these really good looking guys to help us.
    Amanda S

  • Lizzyallen123

    We moved into our new home and had 3 kids under the ages 7. My youngest decided to walk across the street when the doors were open (from moving furniture in and out) and was in nothing but a diaper. I have not met my neighbors yet, so they had no idea who he was when he rang their doorbell. Luckily, they turned out to be nice people and we laugh about it now.
    lizzy allen