It seems that nothing has the power to transform meteorologists into giddy children like a rollicking storm. Weathermen and women posted outdoors in the bluster seem thrilled to be at the center of such epic developments, their stern admonitions to skedaddle to the gas station and grocery store delivered while leaning precariously on the margins of a barely-visible highway. There, hanging on for dear life, they convince us that the world as we know it may very well be coming to an end, sending school kids everywhere into a tizzy of snow day speculation. [Ours are prepping for a sibling slumber party even as I type!]
THANKFULLY there’s a spark of light in all this blizzardy drama! A free book for you!! Up for adoption today is my read-and-reviewed copy of Mary DeMuth‘s powerful memoir, Thin Places, published last February by Zondervan. [For more information, click on "Book Reviews" above]. Part of the reason I’ve chosen to share this book is that I found it to be so compelling, so raw and honest, that anyone who picks it up is bound to be changed. I hope that you’ll agree…and that you’ll pass it on to bless someone else in your community after you’ve laid it down.
If you’d like to toss your name in the ring, simply:
1. Post a link TO my blog FROM your blog, facebook page, or Twitter.
2. Leave a comment below so that your name can be placed in the random drawing [I use random.org]
That’s it! Unlike this blizzard–which should blow over in the next couple of days–you have a week.
The winner will be announced next week Tuesday, February 8. Good luck!