Tomorrow night I’m doing a talk at the historical society where I did much of the research for A Home for My Heart, so I thought what better time for a giveaway!
One of the “real” landmarks I inserted into A Home for My Heart was Gardners’ candies store. The first store opened in 1897 in a nearby town to my historical location. When I first started visiting my husband’s hometown, when we were dating, my visits always included a trip to Gardners for their famous peanut butter meltaways. We still rarely visit our family there without a quick trip to Gardners.
So I thought it might be fun to help you with your holiday gift-giving by giving away a box of Gardners peanut butter meltaways and an autographed copy (which I can personalize for your gift recipient or not) of A Home for My Heart. Just use the Rafflecopter form below to get started logging your entries. You have until Nov. 17th to enter, so get out your Christmas list and see who you can mark off if you win!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Fun! I’ll be sure to spread the word about the giveaway. 🙂
Thank you, my friend! I’m hoping this week to catch up on the Classic Movie Gushes! 3 of my favorites so I’ve been waiting to savor your banter about them! 🙂
Would love to win your book & hubby would love the chocolate 😀
Chocolates and your book, I want to be in this drawing. story looks like my kind of reading and love to read your work, thanks for sharing
Good luck on your talk tomorrow, know you will be great.
would be happy happy happy to be a winner.
Best of luck tomorrow, wish I could be there!
Really nice giveaway. Your book looks like a great read. I have read a lot of good reviews on this so I can’t wait to read it.
Thanks for the giveaway opportunity, Anne! I shared about the giveaway on my Facebook page.
Perhaps, I could “give” the chocolates BUT the book I’ll have to keep. 🙂
Lol! Y’all are so funny! I was thinking I’d be helping out with your Christmas gift-giving, but looks like y’all have got that under control and are looking for some fun stuff of your own. (Not that I blame you of course. I mean chocolate, peanut butter, and a book. Doesn’t get much better than that!) 🙂
Very nice love to read your book.
Linda Marie Finn
Popping in to say Howdy ! who can resist candy !