Monday lunch time blurb…that became a Tuesday one! :)

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Monday lunch time blurb…that became a Tuesday one! :)

Hi everyone,

I did start this post on Monday and discovered some technical difficulties (I couldn’t post a link…go figure!), but finally found a way to do it – so here it goes! (sorry for the delay!)

First – I don’t know how I missed it, but wanted to let you all know that I have a GIVEAWAY on my blog!

I am celebrating my Colors of October pattern publication in The Quilt Pattern Magazine with a giveaway on my blog – YOU CAN WIN A YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TO TQPM!!! I prolonged the time to be able to enter the giveaway, so head on there and enter please! I would love nothing better than for one (or two!) of my fellow guild members to win! 🙂

Second, I just want to tell you about a great read, in case you missed it – like I did until recently! Marie Bostwick is a wonderful story teller who wrote several great novels before starting a series that centers around modern times, woman and her dream to open a quilt shop, her life challenges and wonderful friendships and community that is somehow always where quilter are. The first in this series is “A Single Thread” – book that I just finished on Sunday morning because I couldn’t put it down! I highly recommend it! At the above link you will find a lot of information about Marie and her books but here is the best part – SHE IS HERE IN WNY today and tomorrow! Southtowns Guild has her as a guest for the program tonight (East Aurora Senior Center, East Aurora, at 7:00pm), Morningstar Guild tomorrow morning (St.Mathias Chrch, 10:00 am) and the closest to us in Amherst – she will be in Barnes and Noble at Niagara Falls blvd. on Wednesday night at 7:00pm. How cool is that! 🙂
Today is a busy day, so I am going to say goodbye now, have a wonderful Tuesday!
Marija

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  1. Mary Ellen says:

    I’ve read several of Marie Bostwick’s books and have enjoyed them. They remind me of the Debbie Macomber type books, in case you have read her novels. Nice summer reading.

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