Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Bonus Giveaway!

After a few days of time away with Scott to celebrate our twentieth anniversary, it's back in the swing of furlough, starting with dinners planned every night for the next week. In looking ahead, it's hard to believe that in another month--and after logging many more miles--we'll be heading back home to Africa. In the meantime, our time here continues to be busy, but a blessing, and we are grateful to everyone who continues to encourage and pray for us during this time!

As for the bonus giveaway...

The winner of my last giveaway already had a copy of Blood Ransom and asked that I draw a new name so someone else would have the chance to read the book. So...if you haven't read Blood Ransom and would like to win a copy, leave a comment letting me know why you'd like to win the book. I will pick a name at the end of the week!

BTW, For those who are looking forward to book two, Blood Covenant, the book is available for pre-order on Amazon! And watch for ways where you can win a copy right here on my blog in the coming weeks.

Be blessed today!


Void where prohibited; the odds of winning depend on the number of entrants. Entering the giveaway is considered a confirmation of eligibility on behalf of the enterer in accord with these rules and any pertaining local/federal/international laws.


  1. That is so kind of the previous winner! I've not had a chance to read Blood Ransom and would love to read it!


  2. Thank you to the winner! I would love a chance to read it.

    Hope you enjoy your dinners. :)

  3. I'd love to win the book thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  4. Julie Allen5:45 PM

    You two look fabulous and congratulations on your anniversary! Time sure has flown, hasn't it? I'm glad you are continuing with your mission and your writing! I'm so proud of you and your beautiful family!

  5. I'd love to be in the draw for your book, Lisa.
    Enjoy your last month, before going back to Africa.


  6. Thanks so much for stopping by, ladies and taking the time to leave a comment!

    And yes, time really has flown by, Julie. Hard to believe sometimes. :-)

  7. Lisa; We would love to read your book. After spending a week with you and Scott on the ship and getting to know the both of you the book should be fantastic.

  8. So glad you found my little slice of the web! We so enjoyed getting to know you on the ship. We're already looking forward to when we can go again one day. :-)

  9. I love mystery stories so I would really love to read your book.


  10. Looking forward to reading your book! Excited about maybe winning it!!

    Much love and prayers!

    Tammy Nischan

  11. Love reading...and because I'm also in Africa, it makes the reading of this book extra special

  12. I've not read your books before. I would like to find out if you will become another favorite. That it is set in Africa interests me. I had never wanted to go to Africa, never, until one day God told me to get ready. I went to my brother-in-law's mission in Rwanda and fell in love. I've been to Rwanda three times now and wish I could go again.

  13. Hi Lisa

    I'm looking forward to reading Blood Ransom, especially since Mary Hawkins gives it such high recommendation and also because I spent 2-1/2 years in South Africa as a missionary myself.

    By the way, thanks for the Melk Tert recipe. I never can seem to get it right, but have found an excellent butcher in St Ives (Sydney) which stocks boerewors and melk tert amongst other South African foods - yum!

  14. Now you're making me hungry, Margaret! I had to try quite a few times to get the melk tark right, but boy is it good. Let me know what you think about Blood Ransom. Be blessed.