Thank you all for helping me get to my goal of 500 "likes" on my Facebook author page. I sincerely appreciate it. I will give a special shout out to Miss MWR who arm-twisted all of her friends into liking it and finally put me over the edge.
As a thank you, I want to have a drawing/giveaway. I have persuaded my lovely wife to donate some of her amazing baked goods for this giveaway. The winner will receive her homemade oreos or oreo truffles**
How good are they? Well, let's just say that I earned every bit of my fatness by eating stuff that she makes. We give these to our children's teachers every year for Christmas and they are so good that teachers are willing to endure 9 months of shenanigans for them. Of course, I'm biased, but I truly have always had rave reviews. But if you win and you'd rather have broccoli or something I can try to accomodate you.
Here's how it works: just leave a comment. It can be as short as "Hi." Make sure your name is listed. You also have to have already liked my author page. (What? You haven't? Seriously? Wow. Where have you been? Don't worry--there's still time. Here's a link).
That's all you have to do. It's that simple and it's open to anyone who's liked my page, whether new or for a long time.
Facebook has really strict rules about doing drawings and things in groups, so I can't talk about there and can only communicate about it via this blog.
I'll keep this open for 1 week--it will close April 10th at 7:00 CST.
Note: the truffles are only if you live in the Nashville area. They contain cream cheese and so shipping would not be a great idea--nothing says, "Thanks for liking my author page" quite like food poisoned treats.
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