Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Interview with D.N. Giles

The Sharp Edge of a Knife (Volume 1)Today I have a guest! I'm interviewing D.N. Giles AKA Nichole Giles about her new book--a fabulous historical fiction, The Sharp Edge of  a Knife.

I reviewed this book also. Click here to read my impression. Nichole is a fantastic writer!

Nichole has a wonderful giveaway going on right now--click here to enter to win some of the great prizes!

  1. Tell us a little about yourself including something you haven’t shared with any other blogger.  
Wow, um. Hm. How about I'm hoping to live on a tropical island someday. 
2.How long did it take you to write the book?Approximately three years, give or take lots of time working on other projects.  
3. What books or authors have most influenced your writing?Every book I read has some influence.The authors have the influence through their books, and through their words. To pick just one or a few books or authors who have helped shape me would be fairly impossible, because I take something away from everything I read. And I read a lot.

4. What is your favorite part of the writing process?  Discovering storylines I didn't know were there, and characters who I didn't know existed.

5.Your least favorite? Staring at the blank page and trying to force myself to put words there when none will come willingly.

6. Do you have any advice for other authors? Yes, never give up. Persistence pays off.

7. Where can we find your books? You can find Mormon Mishaps and Mischief everywhere LDS books are sold, and The Sharp Edge of a Knife is currently available on Amazon, and should be in most stores very soon.
Mormon Mishaps and Mischief: Hilarious Stories for SaintsThanks so much for stopping by today, Nichole. It was fun to learn more about you and I wish you lots of success!

Scattered Seeds

By Rachelle J. Christensen

Be still, my soul: The Lord is on thy side;
In ev’ry change he faithful will remain.
Be still, my soul: Thy best, thy heav’nly Friend
Thru thorny ways leads to a joyful end. (Hymn 124, Be Still My Soul.)

I stood on my tiptoes to hang my bird feeder on an upper branch of the apple tree. The mesh bag hung six feet from the ground and I noticed my furry tortoiseshell cat watching me expectantly. “That should be high enough to keep them safe,” I said.

I loved feeding the birds, but recently my cat was showing up with feathers in her mouth. I had seen her climb into the apple tree and try to reach the birds from an upper branch. I also noticed her sitting below the bird feeder patiently; tail swishing, waiting for a bird to fly a bit too low. I adjusted the bag of thistle seeds higher and returned to the house.

Later, I sat at the dinner table with my family and watched the birds fluttering around the apple tree. The tiny goldfinches with yellow, black, and sometimes coral-colored markings hung on the feeder and extracted the small, black thistle seeds from the tiny holes in the mesh bag.

Then I saw something which explained the feathers in my cat’s mouth. At times, the bag of thistle seed was crowded with six or seven finches grasping onto the mesh and digging for seeds. The birds would chatter and fight for a place near the coveted seeds. As the mesh bag was jostled to and fro by the other birds, small amounts of seed fell to the ground. Rather than wait for an opportunity to get the thistle seeds from the bag, a few birds took an easier and, ultimately, deadly path to get their food. These finches swooped below the bag and landed on the frozen crust of snow where thousands of thistle hulls made black specks against the white snow.

The birds had to work quickly to distinguish the few seeds among the hulls scattered on the snow. As they pecked at the seeds, a dark shape crept closer. My cat moved slowly and then jumped suddenly. The birds flew in every direction—one of them barely missing her sharp claws.

I realized it wouldn’t matter how high I hung the bird feeder, I wouldn’t be able to protect the birds. As long as the finches chose to land on the ground to hunt for seeds, my cat would inevitably show up with feathers in her mouth.

Our lives can be compared to the birds and the bag of thistle seeds. We are often faced with difficult challenges and choices. Keeping on the strait and narrow path requires us to make sacrifices and at times we must choose the thorny way filled with obstacles because it leads to righteousness—even when the smooth path, cleared of obstacles seems to run right alongside us. If we could see where each path leads, we would notice the smooth path ever slightly falling away from the iron rod, slowly leading us into the darkness of Satan’s grasp.

We are often tempted by delicious seeds strewn along the path and may wonder why it is wrong to pick them up, rather than climb the tree to reach the seeds high above ground. In1 Nephi 8:22-24, Lehi explained the difficulties of staying on the path.

“And I saw numberless concourses of people, many of whom were pressing forward, that they might obtain the path which led unto the tree by which I stood. And it came to pass that they did come forth, and commence in the path which led to the tree. And it came to pass that there arose a mist of darkness; yea, even an exceedingly great mist of darkness, insomuch that they who had commenced in the path did lose their way, that they wandered off and were lost. And it came to pass that I beheld others pressing forward, and they came forth and caught hold of the end of the rod of iron; and they did press forward through the mist of darkness, clinging to the rod of iron, even until they did come forth and partake of the fruit of the tree.”
Although it required more effort, time, and energy the birds that clung to the mesh bag and carefully ate the seeds from the source were safe. The only danger to the goldfinches occurred when they ignored the dangers and landed on the ground to retrieve their seeds. In the case of the thistle seeds, the danger—my hungry cat—was within sight. These birds knew she was near, but still chose to fly low.

Robert D. Hales cautioned:
“He does lie at our door, as the scriptures say, and he follows us each day. Every time we go out, every decision we make, we are either choosing to move in his direction or in the direction of our Savior. …We have been given agency, we have been given the blessings of the priesthood, and we have been given the Light of Christ and the Holy Ghost for a reason.

“ …Are we following on the strait and narrow path that leads to God and eternal life? Are we holding onto the iron rod, or are we going another way? I testify that how we choose to feel and think and act every day is the way we get on the path, and stay on it, until we reach our eternal destination.
“Choose to accept—truly accept—that you are a child of God, that He loves you, and that He has the power to help you.” (Robert D. Hales, “To Act for Ourselves: The Gift and Blessings of Agency,” Ensign, May 2006, 4–8)

“Behold, I say unto you, wickedness never was happiness,” (Alma 41:10) and the easy way often leads to temptation. We must work hard to rise above the evil influences of the world. I’m thankful of the reminder I have daily when I watch the birds in my backyard. Each day brings new struggles, some choices are big and others are small, but I know that if I keep each step on the strait and narrow I will someday see my Savior’s face and taste of the good fruit.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Happy News for Wrong Number!

Wonderful news today! My suspense novel, Wrong Number, has sold through the first printing and returned to the presses for the second run.
Wrong Number
I'm so excited because my book has only been out for three weeks today. I made a goal to sell out the first print run within the first four weeks and thanks to so many of you--I made it!!

Wrong Number is available wherever books are sold. If you don't see it in your bookstore, ask them to order a copy.
If you'd like to read the first chapter of the book, click here.
Thanks for letting me share my happy thoughts today!

Friday, March 26, 2010

One of the best stories you'll ever hear

My husband sent me this video today and I got tears in my eyes. I hope you enjoy it, it's neat how they dramatized the story.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Special Bonus Gifts When You Purchase Wrong Number Today!

Wrong Number by Rachelle J. Christensen is a brand-new suspense novel already receiving stellar reviews:

“I give Rachelle Christensen ten-plus out of ten for her debut novel. Wrong Number is beautifully written, fast paced, and full of cliff hangers that make it impossible to put down. I recommend this book for all readers who enjoy mind-wrinkling suspense, well sprinkled with mystery and clean romance.”

--Anne Bradshaw, author of Famous Family Nights

Wrong Number is available on Amazon.com for the incredible price of just $10.11

I have a special offer for you—it only lasts 24 hours. Purchase Wrong Number from Amazon.com using this link. Then email RachelletheWriterATgmail.com with your order confirmation/receipt. Once I receive your order details, I will email you an amazing selection of bonus gifts.

Here’s what’s in store when you purchase Wrong Number today:

1. An e-book from Cedar Fort publications!  After publishing her widely acclaimed poems in such places as the Ann Landers column and Chicken Soup for the Soul, author Carol Lynn Pearson has compiled her finest love poems into a beautiful gift book: In Love Again and Always.You'll receive a free pdf copy of this book when you notify Rachelle of your purchase.

2. A tutorial on how to construct your very own Note Card Holder w/ Cards (so stinkin' cute!)- pictures included from Stephanie Johnson, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

3. Do you want to find new customers for your business? Karen Clark, CEO of MyBusinessPresence.com, shares her 11 years of experience marketing a business online to teach you how to expand your own reach on the internet in this audio recording.

One free month membership to the DSWA. Your online library for motivational speeches, training, everything you’d like to know to help your business, personal life, and more.

5. Jordan McCollum from MamaBlogga.com has an excellent pdf-- Get Your Visitors To Stick: How to get your blog visitors to stay longer, come back and subscribe to your feed.

Feel free to pass this announcement on to your friends. I’d like as many people as possible to benefit from these bonus gifts.

Remember this offer expires in just 24 hours! Email Rachellethewriter AT Gmail.com with your order confirmation/receipt when you purchase Wrong Number to receive your 5 bonus gifts!

Thursday Thoughts

The moment of enlightenment is when a person's dreams of possibilities become images of probabilities.
--Vic Braden

Don't you just love that? I'm a believer in the power of positive thinking and I'm also very visual--I believe you have to visualize your success! Have a great day!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Blank Pages

Today I wanted to include a guest post that was featured on Christine Bryant's Friendly Friday. Hope you enjoy it!

As I stared at the blank page on my Word document trying to think what to blog about for my guest post, I thought of something. No, it wasn’t how many loads of laundry I needed to do, or what I should fix for dinner, or that I really need some stronger air freshener for my baby’s latest diaper…

I thought about life and why I love to write—why I need to write.
When I’m in the first stages of writing a new novel, a blank page can be frightening. I want to get it right. I want to develop my characters so that they sing from the pages. I want to write the next best-seller. So it’s a little frightening, but it can also be exciting. The anticipation of how words will fill that blank page and become part of a story, how one sentence might change the whole direction of the story—the power of one word—all these things can make writing quite exciting once you’ve put those first words on the page.

Maybe it’s the writer in me or maybe some of my synapses are just pointing in a different direction, but I feel like so much of my life is like the writing process. Life is much like a blank page. Each day I wake up with a list of things that need doing and I try to plan for life, but it always surprises me.

I think that’s why I like writing, because to me, it feels like a natural extension of life. It’s how I communicate with life. All of those thoughts buzzing through my mind can at times feel overwhelming, but when I’m writing a novel I can pull in stray thoughts from the far reaches of my brain and tie them together with the nagging worries hovering on my cortex and create a story. A story where I can escape the wave of notions going on in my head and organize my thoughts into a novel.

And when I’m finished writing—or more likely when I get interrupted—I’ll go and change that diaper, change that load of laundry, start preparing dinner, and all the while I’ll be smiling, thinking about the conversations my characters are having in my head. My fingers will itch to write down the words bouncing around in my brain and I’ll fill up those blank pages.

I’ll make some mistakes and I’ll have to rewrite, but that’s life—it really is. Every day I make mistakes, but that doesn’t keep me from trying to be the best wife and mother I can. It won’t stop me from trying to show my children every day how much I love them and that I love them enough to try and fix my mistakes and become a better person.
Character flaws are what make a story interesting, but in real life I wish I could be rid of them. So I’ll keep writing, filling up those blank pages, and living, hoping for the day when I can write that perfect page.

You can pre-order Wrong Number online now at
Barnes & Noble
Watch the book trailer here.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Winner of the Grand Prize--The Office Box and an Autographed Copy of Wrong Number

The day has finally come--I know you've been waiting anxiously!

This marks the end of an incredible rockin' blog contest but the tour for my book, Wrong Number, continues. Click here to see the schedule of author interviews and reviews.

There were 25 preliminary contests with an entry into the big grand prize. You'll notice that some of these lucky people won two entries!
Here are the 25 finalists for The Office Box/Wrong Number Giveaway

1. Autumn W.
2. Sharla C.
3. Elizabeth M.
4. Sarah C.
5. Annette D.
6. Autumn W.
7. Jenica C.
8. CA Marshall
9. Trish F.
10. Dana V.
11. Taffy L.
12. Rebecca E.
13. Stacey B.
14. Bethany B.
15. Deborah S.
16. Chelsea S.
17. Jenica C.
18. Melissa C.
19. Elisa S.
20. Cristena B.
21. Stacey B.
22. Chelsea S.
23. Rachel Peters
24. Deborah S.
25. Brianne S.

Thanks to random. org I can announce the winner of this fabulous prize....drum roll please....

She is definitely lucky! I hope you enjoy this wonderful piece of organizing furniture, Jenica, and also that you enjoy my suspense novel, Wrong Number! Please email me Rachellethewriter AT gmail.com and tell me what color of office box you would like, include your address and phone number for shipping.

Thank you to everyone who participated and I hope you stick around to see what I have up my sleeve next...

*Results of the giveaway are final. All preliminary and final contests are closed.

The Sharp Edge of a Knife Review

I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to review a new book today! The Sharp Edge of a Knife by D.N. Giles is an incredible piece of historical fiction. It is based on a true story and here's the blurb from the book--

Most people would have panicked, sitting bound and gagged on a boulder in the middle of the desert as I was, but for some reason, I didn't. A strange kind of reassurance washed over me from somewhere deep within. Whether it was peace that I'd go quickly, or comfort that I was being protected, I wasn't sure. When Mel Petersen leaves for work on the morning of February 7, he has no idea what awaits him. A few miles from his house, Mel picks up a pair of young men who appear to be college students, hoping to prevent them from having to walk in the cold. What Mel doesn't know is that the men are actually convicts on the run from the law who are desperate to get away by any means necessary. When one of his passengers holds a knife to Mel's throat, he has no choice but to submit to the demands of the criminals. Mel hopes he has what it takes to talk his captors into letting him live so he can return to his wife and children, but fears they will kill him before he has the chance. Based on a true story, The Sharp Edge of a Knife follows Mel and his captors on an unforgettable ride that will have you questioning the depth of your faith and sitting on the edge of your seat as it grabs your attention from the first sentence and keeps you riveted until the very end.

This book has something for everyone--suspense, inspiration, adventure, history, and an amazing look into the importance of family. I've enjoyed reading this story more than once and each time was touched by the range of emotions that Mel Peterson experienced during the scariest time of his life.

From the first page, I was pulled into this true account of unbelievable courage and faith. Nichole Giles has crafted an incredible story based on Mel Peterson’s harrowing kidnap and life-threatening events in such a compelling style, there was no escape until I reached the satisfying ending.

Pick up a copy of this book and get ready for an exciting read!

About the Author

Nichole Petersen Giles is the daughter of Joseph Petersen, Mel and Jeneal's second child and firstborn son. Nichole was born in Nevada , and moved with her parents to a number of cities in and around the Midwest, mostly staying in Utah , Nevada , Arizona, and snatches of time in Texas . Her early career plans included becoming a megastar actress or a rock star, but she decided instead to have a family and then become a writer, in that order. Writing is her passion, but she also loves to spend time with her family, travel, and drive in the rain with the convertible top down. Her first book Mormon Mishaps and Mischief, an anthology of humorous anecdotes, was released in December 2009 by Cedar Fort Inc. and can be found online and wherever LDS books are sold. Some of her other work has been published in Highlights for Children, The Friend, and Boys' Quest, and she blogs regularly at www.nicholegiles.blogspot.com. For more information about Nichole or her work, contact her at writenichole@gmail.com.

To celebrate the release of The Sharp Edge of a Knife, Nichole has put together an exciting giveaway, with several opportunities to win. Since the book deals a lot with making choices, the prizes all have something to do with choice. Go check out the contest here and enter to win one of the many fabulous prizes!

Check out more chances to win, reviews, and author interviews on this list:

March 15th Cindy Beck, Review
March 16th David J. West, review, interview
March 17th Cindy Beck, Interview
March 18th Tristi Pinkston, review
March  19th Rachelle Christensen, review
March 22nd Shanda, LDS Women’s Book Review
March 23rd Kimberly Job, review
March 23rd Keith Fisher, Interview
March 24th Heather Justesen, review
March 25th Christine Bryant, Review
March 26th Kimberly Job, interview
March 26th Heather Justesen, interview
March 27th Keith Fisher, review
March 28th Ali Cross, Review
March 29th Rachelle Christensen, Interview
March 30th Heather Gardener, Fire and Ice Book Reviews
March 31st Danyelle Ferguson review, interview

Disclaimer: I do know the author--she's amazing--but I will always give my honest review and you can read it above. I was not compensated for this review.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Thursday Thoughts

Genius is nothing but a greater aptitude for patience.
--Benjamin Franklin

I'll be continuing with my writing tips next week, so check back to see the new posts. 

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Winner, Winner of the Scrapbox Prize Package and an entry into the Grand Prize Giveaway

Lucky day today for someone!! I slogged through all of my entries--wow, you all did great! Then I went to Random.org and selected a winner.

The winner of my preliminary giveaway of this awesome prize package from The Original Scrapbox
 One ScrapMaBob (retail $19.95)

is going to be very happy!

The lucky lady is....


Yahoo! Brianne, I need you to email me your full name, your address, and phone number to RachellethewriterAT gmail.com by Thursday. Thanks and congratulations!

Check back on Friday to see who won the grand prize of the Office Box!!

Monday, March 15, 2010

The Office Box Giveaway & Wrong Number Book Launch

This contest is now closed. Thank you for your entries and check out The Original Scrapbox for more new products in the future!

The Original Scrapbox has a brand new piece of organizing furniture and you have a chance to win it! Introducing the Office Box...

And we're celebrating the launch of my suspense novel,Wrong Number
with a chance to win an autographed copy!

The Office Box was created as an addition to the line of incredible scrapbooking furniture The Original Scrapbox has to offer, such as The Workbox and The EZ View Craft Desk.
Check out the amazing features on The Office Box, available in 4 different colors: Space for a 19" monitor, magazine holder, Totes that act as slide-out drawers, Velcro storage/organizers, Power cord hole in back of box. This folds out to 72" by 48" by 36" and closes up to the sleek space of only 36" wide by 48" high and 21" deep.

I'm hosting a preliminary giveaway with a prize package from The Original Scrapbox:
One ScrapMaBob (retail $19.95)
You can enter to win my prize package and on March 16th, I'll announce the winner who will then go on for the grand prize drawing of The Office Box and a copy of Wrong Number.The Grand Prize Winner will be drawn on March 19, 2010 right here at my blog. I will select a winner from the 25 finalists to receive one Office Box (Value $895.00) in their choice of color and an autographed copy of Wrong Number by Rachelle J. Christensen.
Giveaway open from March 5, 2010- March 15, 2010 at 11:59pm.
Open to addresses in the contiguous United States only.
Giveaway Rules:
*You can only enter under one name
* It is possible to win more than one preliminary prize, which means it’s possible to be entered into the grand prize drawing more than once.
*All winner’s addresses must be stateside US addresses
*You must complete the required entry to be eligible to win

Here's how to enter:Please leave details in your comment of how you entered with required links. I'll put all entries into a spreadsheet and use Random.org to select the winner.

*Required entry: You must visit The Original Scrapbox website and leave a comment telling me your favorite item

Extra Entries:
  • Tweet the contest with linkback in your comment (copy and paste http://rachellewrites.blogspot.com/ right into the text box) and use the hashtag #officebox or #scrapbox in your tweet.
  • Facebook the contest with linkback in your comment
  • Visit RachelleChristensen.com and then come back to my blog and in your comment, tell me if you are a fan of suspense novels
  • Add the contest button(pictured above) to your sidebar with a link to this contest
  • Subscribe to my blog/add me to your blogroll
  • Subscribe to my newsletter- email Rachellethewriter AT gmail.com with subscribe in subject line
  • Add my Rachelle's Writing Spot button to your sidebar/blog
To receive 15 extra entries, you must do the following 5 things together on your blog post and please leave a link back to your blog post with your comment (only one comment required, but you must leave a link so I can check your post.) *Link back to this contest, so that people know where to enter.
  1. Blog about the contest WITH a picture of The Office Box andWrong Number
    in your post and link back to this post, so people will know where to enter.
  2. In your blog post link the phrase "The Office Box " to http://theoriginalscrapbox.com/catalog/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=87&Itemid=138
  3. Link the phrase "The Original Scrapbox" to http://theoriginalscrapbox.com/catalog/
  4. Link the phrase "Wrong Number" to http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1599553643

  5. Post the Wrong Number book trailer from You Tube on your blog
There are 25 different blogs participating in this giveaway. Each blog is giving away a preliminary prize and a chance to win an entry into the Grand Prize Drawing. Stay tuned for reviews on Wrong Number and author interviews as well!

Here's the list of blogs where you can enter:

The Mommy Files
Cricut Christmas
Little Birdie Secrets
Priscilla Styles
Mommy Mandy
Alvor-Dare To Dream
Diony George
Heather Justesen
Queen of the Clan
Scribbled Scraps
Anne Bradshaw
Rachel Rager
Tristi Pinkston
Cami Checketts
Nichole Giles
Wendy Paul
Marilyn Bunderson
Ronda Hinrichson
C.L. Beck: Write Up My Alley
Christine Bryant
Ali Cross
Jenni James
Annette Lyon

*Results of contests are final. Participants will be eliminated if entry rules are not followed correctly. The Original Scrapbox and Rachelle J. Christensen are not responsible for incorrect entries.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Thursday Thought

Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination: never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.

--Philip Dormer Stanhope

Monday, March 8, 2010

Review and Author Interview Schedule for Wrong Number

 I'm so excited to kick off my blog tour for Wrong Number. It's going to be fantastic because there are so many great people involved!
I'm listing all the stops below. There will be separate author interviews and reviews, so check them out.

March 8- C.L. Beck: Write Up My Alley and Tristi Pinkston
and  Christine Bryant

March 9-  Scribbled Scraps and Nichole Giles
March 10- Ali Cross and Queen of the Clan and Tristi Pinkston  and Anne Bradshaw
March 11-  Jenni James and and Annette Lyon Wendy Paul
March 12-  Alvor-Dare To Dream and Ali Cross and Cami Checketts and   Anne Bradshaw   
March 13-  Ronda Hinrichson and Jenni James
March 15- Nichole Giles and Marilyn Bunderson and Rachel Rager
March 16- Wendy Paul and Queen of the Clan and Christine Bryant
March 17-  Marilyn Bunderson and C.L. Beck: Write Up My Alley and Heather Justesen
March 18- Diony George and Alvor-Dare To Dream and Ronda Hinrichson
March 19- Heather Justesen and Scribbled Scraps
March 20-  Cami Checketts and Diony George and Rachel Rager

Available wherever books are sold, including Barnes & Noble, Borders, and Amazon

Read a sneak peek of chapter one here at Rachelle Writes and you can watch the book trailer here

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Thursday Thought

The amount of satisfaction you get from life depends largely on your own ingenuity, self-sufficiency, and resourcefulness. People who wait around for life to supply their satisfaction usually find boredom instead.

--William Menninger

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Kreativ Blogger Award

Thank you to Kitty at LiquidAmbarStudio for giving me this award!
You should check out her blog and amazing artwork, she is definitely creative--Wow!

The recipient of this award is challenged to list 7 things about them that readers may not know and then pass the Kreative Blogger award on to 7 other blogs the person enjoys reading.

1. One of my jobs after college was to work as a treadmill tester. Yes, I got paid to run/walk on the treadmill. The shifts were four-hours long.

2. I've always wanted to learn how to paint with oils. I've learned a teeny, tiny bit about watercolor painting and think it's so neat!

3. I like houseplants and I'm pretty good at keeping them alive. The oldest one I have right now is 12 years old.

4. I like to take 20 minute power naps in the afternoon when the stars align just right (that means when my kids are sleeping/occupied).

5. I went to England on a study abroad program with BYU the summer before I got married and loved it so much--I want to go back someday!

6. I have vivid dreams in color and dreaming has always been a topic that interests me. I wrote my term paper on Dreams in college.

7. One summer, my brother and I had a job to hack down Bull Thistles (I don't know what variety of thistle they actually are, that's what we called them) with machetes on a farm--they are a noxious weed and by law have to be removed. Some of them were six-eight feet tall with thorns that could slice right through your skin.

And to pass on to 7 other Kreativ blogs:
Some of my blogger buddies have had this award recently, so I'll try to think of a few that might not have--or at least I didn't get to read the post. :)
1.Christine Bryant
2. Annette Lyon
3. Connie Hall
4.Jenn Wilks
5. Kim at Crafty Makes
6. Ashley at Make It and Love It
7. Homemade by Jill

*Okay, stay tuned because Friday March 5th I'm kicking off the biggest Rock Your Blog World Contest you've seen in a while featuring yours truly---Rachelle J. Christensen's novel Wrong Number--and a HUGE prize that you'll be drooling over!!


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