Monday, June 1, 2009

New Book Giveaway

My new book giveaway starts today and will end next Monday, a week from today.

The title is "Closer To The Light - Learning From The Near-Death Experiences Of Children" by Melvin Morse, M.D., with Paul Perry. Foreword by Raymond A. Moody, M.D. (author of Life After Life).

After reading this book several years ago, I can say with sincerity, it changed my life.

Somehow, I have managed to have two copies in my library, one of which is brand new--unread. I would like to give it to one of my readers.

Here is what you must do to win:
~Leave one comment each day for one week.

Good luck to all of you!

I hope you are having a wonderful day.

12 comments:

Shauna said...

I would l♥ve to read this! Please count me in :)

Barbara said...
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Barbara said...

Shauna- Thanks for entering.

suZen said...

I'd be here even if you didn't give me a book :)

Barbara said...

suZen- Your comment is so kind!!

Pat's Place said...

Sounds like an interesting book!

Barbara said...

Pat- Thanks. I'll add your name to the drawing.

Joanne said...

I'd imagine the children have a very unique insight we might not often hear. Sounds interesting.

Barbara said...

Joanne- I've read several books on the subject and this is the most inspiring and faith building.

Lea and her Mustangs said...

I will try to remember for a week. My mind is on vacation it seems sometimes. I read even when you are not giving. I have already won once anyway. Thanks so much for your generosity. Sounds like an interesting book.

Nancy said...

I would love to own this book. Right now all I can do is get books at the library, no cash! However I have read this book and its awesome. I read it after I was sick and nearly died 6 years ago. I thought if anyone is telling the truth about this, its children. I am convinced.

Barbara said...

Nancy- This is such a special book. For years, death terrified me. Then, by the grace of God, this book came into my life and made such a difference. I wish everyone could read it.