Monday, October 29, 2012

CLOSED Giveaway!!! Sourdough Creek

Sorry for the delay today.  We have a very exciting giveaway today being brought to you by Caroline Fyffe. She is generously offering e-copies of her historical romance, Sourdough Creek, to three lucky winners.  Check it out!



For my summary and review, please click here.

So, how do you enter to win?  It's easy!  Just use the Rafflecopter form below!

Official Rules:  All entrants must be 18 years old or older.  This giveaway is open internationally.  This giveaway will end at 11:59 pm EST on Nov 7, 2012.  All entries must be submitted before then.  The winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond.  If there is no response, a new winner will be chosen.

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20 comments:

  1. No, but my kids did a little panning activity up in the mountains one summer -- they were looking for different rocks and minerals, not necessarily gold. They loved it!

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  2. No, but my kids did a little panning activity up in the mountains one summer -- they were looking more for just different rocks and minerals, not necessarily gold. They loved it!

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  3. Yes, we panned for gold in Alaska. My daughter found a "clunker", its estimated worth was about $80 at the time. Fun!

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  4. No. do people still do that nowadays?!

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  5. I have never panned for gold, but my father loved to do it and now my son has the interest in it as well.

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  6. No, I have never panned for gold. Might be fun though!

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  8. I have once. It was fun. Didn't find anything though.

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  9. I was at Virginia City Montana and watched others pan for gold, but I have never tried it. Looks like fun. I love that kind of stuff, and love reading about that era.

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  10. I was at Virginia City Montana and watched others pan for gold, but I have never tried it. Looks like fun. I love that kind of stuff, and love reading about that era.
    Skeeter Jorgensen (I couldn't get this message to go, until I selected anonymous....)

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  11. I have panned for gold, at a museum. It's harder than it looks!

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  12. This one looks good! I hope I can win a copy! :)

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  13. I've never panned for gold yet! But it might be fun! Someday God willing!

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  14. I have never gone planning for gold, but plan to as research for one of my upcoming books. I LOVE Caroline and her books. Clean, but utterly romantic books are hard to find. Thanks Caroline for helping to pave the way. Ü

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  15. Absolutely! With my brother. He really had a knack for it.

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  16. No, but there are signs up along a creek we walk next to near Helena, Montana, forbidding panning for gold...

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  17. I've gone panning for gold once. Nary a speck. Fun though.

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  18. No I haven't - sounds like it could be fun!

    jswaks

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