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Captain's Log, Stardate 12.11.2009

I just sent out my December update, so it should be in your email inboxes now! I have a new December contest only for newsletter YahooGroup subscribers, so click here to find out how to enter.

I also have a new discussion thread on my Facebook Fan Page (I only recently discovered I actually have a discussion forum board—yeah, I’m a little behind the times) asking people for recommendations for Christmas themed novels.
Click here to post your recommendations!
(You will need to log in to your Facebook account (or create one) and also be/become a fan of my page before you can post your comment.)

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  1. He some poors what we try to help them for Christmas .Our LORD will be so proud of us if we will do something!
    I love you blog,
    sweet blessings ,
    Violeta,llo from Rplease read the blog – My heart His words – at Humbled and convicted , my friend Tammy Nischan wrote them the story and some pictures of

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  2. Hello from Romania ,
    please read the blog – My heart His words – at Humbled and convicted , my friend Tammy Nischan wrote them the story and some pictures of some poors what we try to help them for Christmas .Our LORD will be so proud of us if we will do something!
    I love you blog,sweet blessings,Violeta

    ps: sorry for the first mistake

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  3. Thanks for visiting my blog, Violeta!
    Camy

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  4. Hello! I wanted to let you know that I’ve started a new blog. Its called Christian Book Giveaways and will be dedicated to posts about current Christian book giveaways (duh) ;). I will find giveaways and post about them, but if you would like me to post about your giveaways (free) just go here: http://christianbookgiveaways.blogspot.com/2009/12/advertise-your-giveaway-for-free.html

    It is a great way to help new people hear about your giveaways, and only takes a few minutes to get me the info. :D
    Blessings,
    Carman

    Here is the link to my new blog’s main page: http://christianbookgiveaways.blogspot.com/

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