Win a Copy of Contingency

Contingency CoverIt's not available on Amazon yet, but I'd love to get an advance copy of Contingency in someone's hands.

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post. Tell me your favorite Christmas carol before Wednesday evening at 9 p.m. CST. Then the magical winner-picker software thing will do its stuff and I'll send out an email to the winner.

 

 

Comments

  1. Sandy Hunter says:

    I think my favorite Christmas carol is Silent Night….but it's hard to pick just one!

  2. Christina France says:

    I really want to read this book Paula.  I love the cover all ready and am very excited for you, with that said I love so many Christmas Carols but having to choose a favorite it would have to be Little Town of Bethlehem. 

  3. My favorite Christmas Carol is Silent Night by The Temptations.

  4. Yvonne Frencl says:

    my favorite Christmas carol is silent night, everytime i hear it i get chills. it reminds of of my great grandma lackey she would always humm it and she was such a wonderfull persons i hope to be just like her and have the kindness in my heart that she did for everyone. she was a great persons

  5. My favorite is Carol of the Bells.

  6. Katharine Bullard says:

    My favorite holiday season song is "I wanna hippopotamus for Christmas"…not normally the Christmas carol everyone picks, but I love it!  I'm so excited to read this book…Becca (your sister) has always talked about you're writing!  It looks amazing!

  7. Susan Gubelman says:

    My grandmother named my mom Carol for her favorite Christmas song, "Carol of the Bells." I found this amazing version of Celtic Woman:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKrx-4Awe70
    Mannheim Steamroller plays a mean version as well-here it is in the background of a Christmas light display in Kentucky http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuJSJAi9ZpM
    The lyrics are so….Christmas-y too! 
    Sweet silver bells-All seem to say, "Throw cares away."
    Christmas is here bringing good cheer

    ….
    One seems to hear words of good cheer
    From ev'rywhere filling the air

    I can imagine Grandma giving birth to her firstborn (my mom, Carol) and feeling those happy Christmas-y emotions. Like a present, a baby comes into the world, into the hearts of those awaiting her arrival…
    The sweetest part of this story is that Mom was born June 28! What a gift she was…and is!