Maureen M., please email me with your mailing address and I'll send your book out!
(Update, 7/14/12): I'm popping back in to address questions and comments:
*You are never too old for this book.
*Yes, the tablecloth came from Walmart, even though I kind of hate Walmart.
*Liz - no cheating. I've taught Ramona better than that.
*Marc, here's your holla, whoop-whoop.
*Yes, a Lutheran can win.
*Ellie, only one cup per day? I am sad!
*Cherie and Jessica, don't worry -- I won't count your duplicate comments.
*Rebecca, the bookplates were shipped around the country from writer to writer. The box included chocolate because Hallie's perfect that way.
*It's not an e-book version -- it's paperback and the bookplate will be included.
*Jen, yes, someone said coffee.
*Sarah, I will remember not to leave my tablecloth outside too long.
*Kati, who is your sister-in-law?
*Corita, I'm sorry your commenting was such an ordeal!
*Sue, yes, checking out my blog is a great idea!
*Joy, I love that you're analyzing our handwriting. I am a classic introvert.
*Bridget, you'll have to brave Walmart yourself to find the answer to that question.
*Trena, yes, one must be careful with one's search terms.
*knit_tgz: I don't think that's odd at all.
*Anne, I will pick a winner using a random number generator, discounting duplicate comments. (In the past, I have chosen winners using strips of paper, but I put the names in a coffee cup, not a hat, and I didn't even know I could spin comments on the iPad.)
You know Hallie Lord's book?
You know how the book trailer was banned on YouTube? (Because we Catholic women are outrageous and must be banned.)
You know how Hallie and other contributors (such as Simcha, Jennifer, Rachel, Rebecca, to name a few) have hosted various giveaways?
You know how I contributed a chapter to the book, too?
Add up all my "You Know"s and you know what I'm getting at?
Leave a comment on this post and you'll be entered in the drawing for a copy of Style, Sex and Substance: Ten Catholic Women Consider the Things That Really Matter.
It will include this bookplate:
Signed by all ten writers!
Your comment can be anything -- you can say, "Hey," or "Me!" or "I like coffee" or "Where did you get that tablecloth?" or "Why did you all sign in straight lines like that? Does Ocd run in this group of writers?"
This post will be open for comments until Tuesday night, July 17th. See you in the combox!
7/18/12: Comments closed.