Thursday, April 08, 2010

How to Knit a Love Song Giveaway!

The giveaway is now closed, April 13th, 2010!!! Thanks to everyone who entered.

Hi Knitters,
On my vacation I read a couple of novels. The first one I read is called, How to Knit a Love Song, by Rachael Herron. You may have heard of Rachael before in the knitting world because she writes the popular knitting blog called, Yarnagogo. She is a genuine knitter and you can tell that through her book. The knitting and knitter's lifestyle is craftily woven throughout the book without being clumsy or forced.

The fictional story is set on a California sheep ranch. Cade, the resident rancher, is taking care of the land and sheep for his great aunt who has moved off to a retirement community. He wants to someday own the land himself and continue to run the ranch. Eliza Carpenter, the great aunt, just happens to be a beloved knitting guru (think Elizabeth Zimmerman and you'll have a clear picture). While Eliza is at the retirement home she meets the young and beautiful Abigail through knitting. Eliza becomes Abigail's knitting mentor. Abigail's knitting career takes off due to Eliza's guidance. They are fast friends. Abigail becomes a knitting book author and gives all of the credit to Eliza.

When Eliza passes away she leaves a small cottage and the surrounding land to Abigail. The small cottage and land happen to be a part of the bigger sheep ranch that Cade inherits at Eliza's passing. Abigail is saddened by the loss of her friend and mentor but is happy to leave a tumultuous life behind and move to the cottage to write and knit in peace. She knows nothing much about Cade and vice versa.

When Abigail shows up to claim her cottage and land, Cade is nothing short of angry about his new land co-owner. Then all chaos breaks loose!

The book has twists and turns and although you might be able to figure out who will be standing at the end it is still fun getting there. There is adventure, romance, story-telling, knitting and good old-fashioned fun in these pages.

Let me warn you though, it is a romance novel. There are definitely steamy scenes sprinkled throughout the book. This book is R rated for sure. It is not for kids in any way, shape or form. My blog is usually G rated and squeaky clean so that is why I want to put out this warning!

I really enjoyed reading How to Knit a Love Song. I especially love it because it is written by a blogger and a knitter who I have known (in the blogging sense) for years. It has touched me to hear and see how excited and proud Rachael is of her book.

Congratulations to Rachael. I loved your book and recommend it to anyone who loves a good romance novel and knitting. You don't even have to be a knitter to enjoy it. It is a light, fun and fast read. It was hard to put down once I started.

I emailed Rachael to ask if I could hold a giveaway for a copy of How to Knit a Love Song on my blog. I actually asked for her publicist's email but Rachael offered to sponsor the giveaway herself! Since she is sending out the book to the winner she offered to sign the book as well! How cool is that?

Leave a comment on this post to win a signed copy of How to Knit a Love Song! Please only enter once, leave an identifying something on the comment (name, link, ravelry id, email)! This makes it easier for me to contact the winner to get a mailing address. I will pick a winner in a few days or so. I will then post the winning comment so be sure to check back.

Enter quick! You will love it!
Good luck!
best, susie
p.s. There is a sweater pattern included at the end. Abigail knits a sweater throughout the story and then you get the pattern for the same sweater!
p.p.s. Rachael has done 2 podcast interviews that I have listened to: Knitcast and The Knitmore Girls. They are both wonderful interviews!

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barb :0) said...

Oh ... it sounds wonderful :0) I never know if I want to read or knit !!!! But am learning to do both !!!!
Thank you for a great giveaway !!!!

Julie said...

I love her blog - and I suspect I will love the book, even if I don't with the giveaway. Thanks for doing this!

Andrea said...

I've been hearing a lot about this book! All good of course :)

Jimberlys said...

Yes, I want to read this book. Thanks for the opportunity.
Patty
jnp1982@msn.com

Liz Monroe said...

I LOVE a good knitting novel-- I just finished "The Beach Street KnittingSociety and Yarn Club" by Gil McNeil....that is the last of a LONG line of knitting novels I read and I love them all! This book sounds great too--

Thank you!

GynnaB said...

i love knitting and i love reading... i especially love knitting while reading... but being able to knit, and read about knitting... well thats just awesome!
gynnab

Tiphanie Wong said...

Oooooh, this book sounds like it's right up my alley... I love knitting and romance books- put the two together and I'm sure to love it. Just your summary alone makes me want to go out and buy the book, which I'll probably do, if I don't end up winning! What a fun giveaway. Thank you! My ravelry name is purplemama.

Catalina said...

It sounds awesome! I'd love to read it :)
I'm theyarnkat on rav, thanks!

coffeechris said...

Oh I haven't read a romantic steamy novel in awhile and the fact that knitting is the premise .....you had me at "sheep farm"

justthreadtwiddling said...

Thank you for pointing me to another knitter's blog. As an avid reader I read almost anything and everything!

Judi A. said...

Knitting and reading, two things I can't ever have enough time for! Would be nice to have a new, knitting oriented book to read. I can always hope to win. :-)

judi7597(at)bellsouth(dot)net

Melanie said...

thanks for the blog link - and for the book giveaway, this one looks great!

marlono said...

The book sounds like a fun read!

MaryLou said...

Wow! Another fabulous giveaway, Susan. I would love to win this novel. Knitting and romance in one package - what's not to like?
marylouc@mac.com

Deb said...

What a great combo! Please sign me up.

Becky said...

I would love to win this book. It sounds like a great combination - knitting and romance!

greenbean said...

I've been looking for a good book.. knitting and steamy romance.. sign me up :)

BAM_2006@hotmail.com

Sharon said...

I would love to read a knitting novel. Sounds wonderful.

Jennie said...

Oh, I can't wait to read it!

Jennie
Rav-dayartist

sharon said...

The book sounds like the perfect combination of two my favourite hobbies!!!
please enter me - thank you

Kate said...

Oooh, a knitting/romance novel, sounds like a fun book to snuggle up with.

Robin said...

I would love to win a copy. And thanks for another good blog reccommendation!

Erin Leigh said...

Reading is my next favorite thing to do - after knitting. Combine the two, and whoo-hoo!

karen said...

I love to read and love to knit, so I guess this giveaway is for me!!! Thanks so much for your kindness.

karen said...

I love to read and love to knit, so I guess this giveaway is for me!!! Thanks so much for your kindness.

karen said...

I love to read and love to knit, so I guess this giveaway is for me!!! Thanks so much for your kindness.

Sherral said...

Always love a knitting book!
sherralandmax@yahoo.com

O~ said...

It sounds like a wonderful novel! *crossing fingers*

Wooly Knits n Bits said...

COmbining my love of reading with my love of knitting! Sounds perfect.

Betsy said...

I've been hearing a lot about this book. Looks great.
(I'm Betsywetsy on Ravelry)

Anonymous said...

I'd love to read it. Thanks Susan!

Ann Hiltner

Rav: CamEmmaJacksmom

LJ said...

i love free books!

ravelry id: libbi-ilyse

LJ said...

free books are my favorite!

ravelry id: libbi-ilyse

Robin said...

I'd love to win the book. I'm an avid reader and this one sounds kind of fun, if predictable:)

robear529@gmail.com

Patricia Newton said...

Well I am deaf, but I would love to read this book about How to Knit a Love Song. Whatever..I enjoy knitting

shinergirl said...

I love good romance novel and I've put reading to the side since I learned how to knit.

Kelly
Dallas
ravelry id - klmccown
blog - http://shinergirltx.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I am always loving a good knitting love story...I will have to be careful not to drop a stitch if knitting while reading. Thanks jeanie@zeigle.com

Charles said...

Oh what fun! My two favorite things are knitting and reading. My mom even gave me a weight to hold the book open so I can knit while I read. Would just love a good book to "take me away." I'm finishing a baby blanket for a soon-to-be-born grandbaby! Kristin

Doula Mommy said...

Sounds like a great read! Thanks for the review and the giveaway!
-Jessica (Monkeybuttbabies on Ravelry)

junglemama said...

sounds refreshing thanks

Sara in WI said...

Knitting and romance in one book....what more could a gal want? Thanks, Susan!

TerryMoran said...

I would love to read a book that combines romance and knitting! What a natural combination!!

Rachel said...

this is very intriguing. I just took up knitting a few months ago and I love it. And, who doesn't love a little bit of R rating in their romance novels!

happay at Ravelry

mommieof4munchkins said...

I could use a new read. Thank you for thinking of us!

kdy12570 said...

I heard her interview on the Knitmore Girls Podcast and would love to read it! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!!

Kekumukula said...

It has been awhile since I've read a good, romance novel. To read about one that incorporates knitting and to win it would be awesome!

becky said...

I would love to win this book. -Becky (gathersnomoss) on ravelry.

Cher said...

I would absolutely love to win the book.

The Chase Family said...

Oooh - I would LOVE to win this book! I'm in a read/knit swap on Rav and this is the book of the month!! :) So I'll read it either way, but how fun is that?!

Marilynknits from Ravelry said...

I'd love to win a copy of How to Knit a Love Song. Thanks!

Jennifer said...

Hearing lots of good things about this book. I would love to win this book. I have already looked, but my local library doesn't plan on getting it. :(

Anonymous said...

Please let serve as my entry ticket which hopefully will also be the winning ticket! Who can resist a novel that combines fun, fiber and frolic? Pick me, pick me :) --Ramona

Gretchen said...

I just finished the book I was reading and would love to win this one. It sounds great!

melonkelli said...

I'd love to read this book, and share it with my mom who reads romances and knits!

kelli in California

Veganrocks said...

I'd love to own this book!! Great combo; knitting and romance!

Becca said...

Ooooh, knitting and reading! My two favorite things to do! <3

Thanks for the give-away!
-Becca

(borkles on ravelry!)

CFCina said...

Please add my name to the list for the drawing!
~ Kathy C.

Knitschmidt said...

I was JUST looking at this book the other day and considering picking it up on one of our next knitting nights! (Conveniently, we meet at a book store)

debrarae said...

would love to win this book I hear you can get the pattern for the jumper in the novel too. how clever to combine knitting and reading just need to include a cat...

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Dawn in NL said...

Sounds right up my street. Thanks for the chance to win the book.
Dawn
Ravelry DawninNL

Joan and Kevin said...

I would just love to win the book. It sounds so good. Thanks for the giveaway. I just love your blog
Joan

CelticCastOn said...

This seems to be a popular book. i've read several other blog posts about it today. Sounds like a good read.

peacefullyknitting.com said...

Oh how fun! I would love a copy. Thank you for another awesome giveaway.

Susal said...

Tho' I've knitted for most of my life. I've only recently found knitting/sewing blogs. What I wonderful new world I've found.
Thanks for this offer and keep on bloggin'! (I've just started the Cupcake baby set.)

Anonymous said...

P.S.
Another Susie (Susal on ravelry)

Joe said...

I just put this book on my Amazon wishlist to purchase next!

Monique

Ellen said...

Good morning! It's nice to wake up to your lovely post and giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

BeccaH said...

I just finished a book so I'm reading for something new to read! How wonderful - I'm a fan of her blog too! Thanks!

Sarah said...

I would love to win this book! I am a voracious reader, and really love books with knitting in them. Thanks for the chance! My ravelry id is shiggins

flora said...

sounds like a good book! i can't wait to read it!

Aberdonian said...

It sounds like a really good book!

eat.love.knit said...

Ooh! Knitting and California and love? Perfect!

Thanks for sharing with us! I loved reading about SF- I miss my home town. Can't wait to visit ImagiKnit on my trip back this summer.

JFibers said...

So cool that you both are sponsoring such a great giveaway! Can't wait to read the book.

Britni :) said...

Sounds like a good read. I love books that have a knitting theme!

Whitney said...

Awesome!!! Have heard some wonderful things about the book & would love to get my hands on it :)

Jersey Shore Deb said...

I've heard great things about this book. I love KnitLit! It combines my two favorite passions.
I'd love to win!

Kathleen said...

Even if I don't win it..definitely get it on my Kindle!

stephigordon said...

Thanks for the info on a new-to-me writer! Can't wait to pick up one of her books - hope I win one!

Connie said...

This book sounds great! I would love the opportunity to win it. Thanks to both you and Rachel for a chance.

Nickycarp said...

That sounds like a great book! I'll look it up even if I don't win the giveaway! Thanks so much!

Erica said...

love knitting, love reading, love your blog!

rovings said...

I would loved to read this book! I could use more ideas for my 52 books in 52 weeks goal. I'll have to check it out at the bookstore if I don't win here.

Ashley said...

Ohhh ... I would love this!

Wendy said...

That is an inviting description of the book...you have peaked my interest. gamelldansk on ravelry

LizzieK8 said...

Oh...I so want this. My local Borders still doesn't have it nor does the library....

Chris said...

I'd love to win, but at least I have a new blog to check out (new-to-me)!

Nancy said...

From the look of your blog this morning, everyone wants to get this book. Can't say that I blame them. You always come up with good stuff. Thanks.

Laura said...

This book sounds delicious! Can't wait to read it. So glad you had a wonderful visit to San Francisco. Thanks for sharing your knitting and your life with us.

Patti said...

Brilliant! Thank you, again, for offering a fun, different giveaway!

oldgoatwoman on ravelry

kniteurope said...

I am travelling a lot for work in the coming months and would love to have a new book to read.

Thanks!

wee scone said...

Oh, I love the sound of this book and must go see Rachel's blog too. Thnaks for the chance to win the story...

www.tartstales.blogspot.com

Marilyn said...

This book sounds wonderful...and a pattern at the end...genius!! Love your blog.

Sue said...

Ah, what I wouldn't give for equal time knitting and reading. Thanks for another great give away.

Kyla @knit4charity said...

Just discovered her blog and will definitely be checking out the book! Thanks for letting us know

Tara Vanderkamp said...

I love a good book and have found a way to set aside some time to read even if I have 4 little girls swarming me. LOL

LaurenAshley said...

This sounds like a wonderful book!
LaurenAshley06(at)gmail(dot)com

Sara Kirby said...

I have read a lot of reviews about Rachel's book and am looking forward to reading it myself!

Karey said...

I love a good book, thanks for offering this...combining two of my favorite things reading and knitting.

Vickie said...

I would love to read this book. thanks for the great giveaway.

Anonymous said...

The book sounds great! What a nice giveaway! Hope I win!
Maggie
justmaggi@aol.com

Kim R. said...

I'd love a chance - please enter me - Thanks!
kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

andrea said...

Wow! The book sounds wonderful! Pick me, pick me.

jenquilts2 said...

That sounds like a wonderful book! Thank you for recommending it.

The Werling's said...

I love to read...I love to knit. What a perfect combo! Thanks for doing this fun giveaway!

Amanda

amanda dot werling at gmail dot com

Jan said...

Wow! There is no better combination of two "Loves" - reading and knitting!!! Love it! Sounds like a fabulous book!

Jan Mueller
Ravelry name - janlyn

Tam said...

I am going to have to check out her blog! I love reading and knitting and I love when I can read about knitting!

Anonymous said...

I had just seen this book on Amazon when ordering the Super Stitches Knitting book that you showcased on Spud and Chloe blog. It sounds really good. I love the books that are both about knitting and include patterns. Didn't check your blog yesterday since it was my birthday and my wonderful daughters gave me a spa day to rejuvenate my knitting muscles!!! Love your blog!!
kparkerwatson@yahoo.com

Tara said...

I've been thinking about picking up this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

Patricia said...

Everything you have recommended has been great!

Kim said...

I've been following her blog for years now and I can't wait to read this book. But a chance to win a signed copy! That would be awesome! So...I'll hold off on purchasing this one until I see if I win or not. :)

Kim
The Misplaced Midwesterner

Tara said...

I've been thinking about picking up this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kristin said...

Thanks for the info on the blog. I'm always looking for good ones!! I would love to read this book.

kristinfitzgerald on Rav

Anonymous said...

I think combining knitting and romance must make for a fabuolous story and I owuld love to read it!
Pam
phopkin1@rochester.rr.com

Ólöf said...

Sounds like a good read. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Suzette said...

I love a good knitting novel. I wish I could do both like you do. You are my hero!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a wonderful book for summer reading while my needles cool off!
Carol Ann B

knittingknirvana said...

This book looks FABULOUS!!! :)

lindagerig said...

Love these kinds of books. I will read it but hope to win so I do not have to buy it. lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

sbknit said...

I am in the process of reading Knit Two by Kate Jacobs. Knitting and reading are 2 things I can never get enough of. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

buckets19@hotmail.com

cmwheeler said...

Sounds like a great book, thanks for doing the giveaway! Plus...couldn't we all use a little bit of R rating once in awhile??!!

colleen.wheeler@yahoo.com

Sheri said...

Would love to win this book.

Sheri from KY

Ann said...

Thanks for the review. I had not yet heard about the book, and have added it to my "to read" list.

Thanks too for your blog and all you share with us.

Ann

Laura said...

It sounds like a great read! Please enter me into your give-a-way. I love to read book about people who knit and their lives.
Laura T

magpye said...

sounds like a good read! thanks for the giveaway... will request from the library if I don't win it!

Em said...

Perfect! A steamy spring read!

Ann said...

I would love to win! Sounds like a good book!

Rachel said...

Will look for this one even if I don't get picked!

Always up for a good read...

joanie cannestra said...

Sounds like a great beach read! My ravelry name is bikerbabe.

Kim said...

Susie,

I would love the book How to Knit a Love Song by Rachael Herron for my trip from New Hampshire to Washington, DC on 4/19/10. My husband's dad was a WW2 veteran and we are going to Arlington National Cemetery. On the way down and back I am knitting the princess and the pea pattern from Itty Bitty Toys and I would love to read too!

Margie said...

I just put this book on my list at the library this morning! It's on waitlist though, so I imagine it'll be a while before I can get my hands on it! Thanks for the giveaway!

a pink-bee said...

Thanks for all you share in knitting ~ have all the itty bitty books :) Made the bunny hat for Easter for a little one ~ huge hit and TOO CUTE :).
Have a happy day , crystal

P.S. Have you read the beach street knitting society and yarn club ~ really good :)

Michelle said...

This sounds like my type of book. I would love to read it and even send on a copy to my best friend, who is also a knitter, if I like it :) I'm excited to take my knitting obsession over into the reading world!

knittingandkaraoke.blogspot.com
cartermichellelee@gmail.com

Michelle Carter

Amy Mikel said...

Can't wait to read it!
Thanks
Amy Mikel
Ravelry: aemikel
www.teenhoffen.com

Christine Mikel said...

That sounds like a great book.

Susan, I love your patterns and just completed my first project out of your itty bitty book - the squares and rectangles baby cardigan. Check it out at http://bit.ly/9cGXMl

Can't wait to make my next project!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a good beach read!
Looking forward to reading it.

Rene' (aka: Nayknits on Ravelry)

Pearly Queen said...

I'm a sucker for these sorts of books and I'd love to win this one!

victorylane said...

I would love to read this book. Thanks

victorylane said...

would love a chance to read this book. thanks

The Alaska Venhauses said...

Gotta love it when reading and knitting come together!
Carolyn

Jodi said...

I'd love to read it! Sounds great.

Rav: caffeinatedyarn

barb said...

I hae never read a knitting novel. I would love to have this be my first one.
Thank you for the give-away opportunity.

Anonymous said...

Nothing like a good book about all the things we love...knitting & romance. Can't wait to read it....Thanks for the opportunity to enter!
Celia

amy said...

I love to read knitting books! Thanks for the opportunity.

Anonymous said...

Please add my name to the contest

patricia.mitchell@alegent.org

Shirley said...

I would love a copy of her book. Thanks for the give away - her blog is great as is yours.
ShirleyB

Julia said...

Oh yay! I love to read and I love to knit! So this is a perfect combination!

Maureen said...

Would love to win this book. I am going to suggest that my book club read this book. Many of the memebers in the book club are also in my knitting group! Read or knit - it is always a tough decision!!

Jessica said...

Sounds like a great read! I would love to win it! I'm jpeled on ravelry :)

Catharine Williams said...

Knitting and reading! I love both!
Thanks for all you hard work.

Marti said...

Sounds like a good read. I'll suggest it to my book club.

Marti said...

Sounds like a good read! I'll suggest it to my book club.

Marti(dot)Lindstrom(at)wpt(dot)org

Linda in Maine said...

I am looking for a good book to read. This sounds like it could be the one!

annemarie said...

Sounds like a great book - hope I am lucky.

Elise said...

I just love to read knitting novels. I also enjoy knitting themed audiobooks while driving to/from work in my car. I'm definitely be reading the book, but getting a signed copy would be even better. Thanks for the giveaway.

Elise

Tif said...

This book sound right up my alley. I'd love to win a copy of it!!
---Tif

Jen said...

I have been wanting to read this book! I hope I win.


Rav Id: redheadedjen

Anonymous said...

I heard her interview on one of the podcast before you mentioned her on your blog and am thrilled at the possiblity of winning her book. Sharon in Va skfrodier@aol.com

Francie O said...

It sounds like a great book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Maureen R said...

Knitting and a good book! I think I have died and gone to heaven. rav name lovetoknit16

The Litter Box House said...

Cool, I could use a bit o' romance in my life right now. ;)

Selkie on Ravelry

Staci said...

I read all the time and would love to read this! Thanks so much!
Staci Page Sioux City IA
stacip05@gmail.com

mrspao said...

I would love to win this :) Thanks for organising it.

Robin said...

I love knitting. I love reading. I love steamy novels once in a while. Count me in!

Autumn said...

Would love a chance to win this book! Sounds great! :) Autumn

leafytum(at)gmail(dot)com

Kathy said...

Would love to read this while on vacation at the Outer Banks coming up! Kathy/ akkpfoster@gmail.com

Mary said...

I would love to add this book to my library! Thanks for offering it.

jack said...

How cool! I love to read and knit. The book looks like a good one. This is from Jack's mom Sherri, not Jack.

Katie said...

I was skeptical of this book, but your review makes me want to give it a chance. Certainly a good beachy read. Thanks again.

vtcjan at yahoo dot com said...

Susan and Rachael, thanks for the contest and giveaway! I love romances and mysteries, and when they include knitting, it's even better!

Terra Zobrist said...

Knitting and reading... two of my favorite things! I would love to read this book. terrasue@cox.net

MarieAnge said...

Thank you for holding this giveaway!

I love to read knitting related stories and this one sounds like a winner.

MariAngel (ravelry)

Aimee said...

What a great giveaway! Looks like a fun read...

Beth said...

I adore knitting novels. PLEASE pick me!!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds wonderful! Can't wait to read it, even if I don't win!!
jmfamily@windstream.net

Dale,Lindsay and Shannon said...

Looks like a great book. lynzward@hotmail.com

Jessica said...

That sounds like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

rjtaylor@tds.net

Jessica said...

That sounds like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

rjtaylor@tds.net

Kelly said...

Ooh, would love to win a copy of this book! Reading and knitting--my two favorite pasttimes!

Kelly
KnitsbyKelly on Ravelry

jg.crews said...

Wow, what a wonderful giveaway! I hope I win.

I read her blog all the time and really enjoy it. Thanks, Susan.

Gail Crews
jg.crews@wildblue.net

jill pickle said...

Hi!

Sounds like a great book! jillpickle from Plover

Kim Pierce said...

I would love to read this and probably will buy it for my Kindle if I don't win the autographed copy, which I would chrish.
Kim
artsluvr on ravelry

christine m. east of toronto said...

oh would that i could win! a story woven of yarn and love and such, oh my!

Michelle said...

Love the blog. The book giveaway is great!

MaddyMazeStudio said...

Count me in! I've seen this at my local bookstore here in Monterey. I'd love to win this!

Anonymous said...

I love fiction stories with knitting mixed in. This sounds like a good one.

Donna Goad in VT

Anonymous said...

"How to Knit a Love Song" sounds like a book I would really enjoy.

Books abd knitting are my serious vices.
zasu (on Ravelry)

Karen said...

awesome - throw my name in the hat!!!

Sandee said...

I just put a hold on this at the local library. Thanks for the book recommend. I am looking forward to this read, "Steamy Scenes" and all!

Melaleucamom said...

This book is on my "to read" list so I'm really glad to hear a good review of it. I'm really excited to read the blog !

Thanks,
Andrea

Andrea@mikeal.org

emxlenie said...

i love to read just as much i love to knit! i would love this book.

melanie said...

Sounds interesting. Add me to the list!

Lady Penguin said...

I saw this in the book club and really want to read it.

Heather
Rav: LdyPngn

inklenaomi said...

thanks for the giveaway! Love the chance to win a book, my other favorite hobby

Ertman-Trowbridge Family said...

I have recently entered the world of knitting novels. As if knitting didn't consume enough of my life, I had to add it to my fiction as well!

Valerie (george544 at juno dot com)

Tracy said...

Ohhhhh...sounds like a good one! Thanks for sharing!

Tracy
tracyhong@comcast.net

shannon said...

Sounds like a great read!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for telling us about the book; it sounds like a perfect one for our kniting group!
You are a great writer yourself. I so enjoy reading your comments about your travel and work and your family.
Susan
smsmdiv at hotmail dot com

Bonnie said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks!

Duffysmum on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

I love reading - I love knitting - I love the fact you are both so generous! Enter me for a chance to win please and even if I don't thanks for the opportunity!

Sandy in NJ
Pecsan114@optonline.net

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