“Father, make of me a crisis man. Bring those I contact to decision. Let me not be a milepost on a single road;
make me a fork
, that men must turn one way or another on facing Christ in me.” - Jim Elliot

Friday, August 22, 2008

Give Away: Sisterchicks Go Brit!

I fell in love with the Sisterchicks series about two years ago. I was looking for some light-hearted Christian Fiction that didn't involve young romance or murder or teenagers or end times prophecy or anything that would make me sad... Good luck, right?

The Sisterchicks novels revolve around two Christian women (different every book) who are "midlife" and how they experience growth in their relationship. Normally, through a trip or a life change. My favorite one is Sisterchicks Say Ooh La La when the girls visit Paris. Probably my favorite for a couple reasons... I took six years of French... and have visited Paris two times. And it was the first Sisterchicks novel I ever read...

I purchased Sisterchicks Go Brit! as soon as it came out. It was fun as always... and it inspires me to get together with my Sisterchicks. Not only to get together... but to make it memorable. Of course, this one makes me want to have you over for a cuppa tea with some traditional cucumber tea sandwiches, fresh baked scones topped with Devonshire clotted cream and organic strawberry preserves, and top it off with the fruits of the forest compote with English cream.

Doesn't that just sound delectable? and to share it with a girlfriend... or two? Can you imagine with a special memory like that... you're really doing something to encourage the growth of your relationship?

If you would like to enjoy my used copy of the novel Sisterchicks Go Brit! just leave a comment to today's post. I'll pick the lucky recipient within a couple days. I'll add a nice little note especially to you in the front of the book... and then when you pass it on, you can do the same for the next person.

And you never know, if you win... I might just have to invite you for a spot of tea!


Anonymous said...

Can i enter?

BP said...

This is the second thing I've read about these books this week. I've heard of them before but never read them! I'd like to enter.

Kentucky Bound said...

Just catching up on your last several posts. Perfect timing! Count me in on your drawing!

I know I've probably said it before, but I just want you to know that in so many ways, I feel like you're writing especially to me in the majority of your posts. Keep 'em comin'!

Blessings from the creek!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sheri,
This is Cassie, I would love to enter your drawing. The book sounds great.

StitchinByTheLake said...

It's so hard sometimes to find something good to read Sheri so I'd love to try this book. And I know just who I'd pass it on to. I have a dear friend who teaches Sunday School to the handicapped children in our church and she's always sharing books with me. blessings, marlene

a portland granny said...

I haven't heard of this series...and I am an avid reader, so I would love to enter your drawing. What a fun idea!


elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Not familiar with this series, but I would love to enter. Count me in.


gideonmommasita said...

You have a wonderfully encouraging blog and I am so excited about the Sisterchicks books. I have had the same criteria for books and had stoped reading because nothing fit the bill. Please enter me for your drawing. Found your blog through Freckled Farm that I found through Cottage nest. A little blog hopping until I feel like doing dishes.