Thursday, August 5, 2010

Free Book Friday--Missing

Congratulations to Tiffany Taylor who won a copy of Everyday Wisdom for Latter-day Saints. The best piece of advice she's received is "to serve your fellow man, dont be selfish or self-centered."

Today's free book is Missing by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen.




Entering is easy, but you must be done by MIDNIGHT MST THURSDAY, AUGUST 12th. Winner will be announced August 13th.

To enter, leave us a comment with the answer to the weekly question. Make sure to include your email address if it isn't found on your blog profile.

The weekly question is "Have you ever been a part of a search for a missing person?"


A BYU-Idaho choir tour in British Columbia turns out to be anything but ordinary when soloist Stacie Cox spots a kidnapped child from Rexburg during a performance. Before Stacie can alert the authorities, the little girl disappears. Stacie vows to find and rescue her, a choice that forces her to deal with her guilt-ridden past and another little girl that haunts her dreams. When the handsome Matt Brennan helps Stacie in the search, she tries to resist the attraction she feels for him. Yet as he gains her friendship and trust, her resolve to never fall in love begins to crumble. And after a series of harrowing events, Stacie must decide if she is willing to sacrifice her life - and a possible future with Matt - to save a stranger.

12 comments:

  1. I've never been involved in a search for a missing person. Thanks for the giveaway!
    megalon22 at yahoo dot com

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  2. Not officially, but I was trying to help find an autistic boy at church a few weeks ago. We did, thank goodness. He slipped into class with his brother.

    My email address is on my profile under the "About Me" part. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. Yes- We lost my brother at the mall once :>)

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  4. Yes i have, we lost my little girl at my husband's college graduation at byu. it was scary and even though it was byu, i didn't know where she was. Also my dad went missing on the mountain side, they even had to life flight him out. it was crazy scary!

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  5. ps i want to be a follower but my computer won't let me, sometimes i can see followers, and when it lets me I am going to become one!

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  6. oops i forgot my email dancin_deb2000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. Yes, we once searched for a missing toddler in my ward. Then a few years back we searched for a child, but he'd gone home with a different family member. Both of the missing people we looked for were ok. my email is mcwarburton@gmail.com

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  8. Not an organized search. Just ones involving my children who aren't at the friends house they said they would be.

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  9. Last year my youngest daughter disappeared while we where at the beach. We searched everywhere, talked to everyone, beach patrol was called in. Thankfully she had just wandered off and was about a mile down the beach. The whole eposide took just over an hour.

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  10. I've never been part of an official search, but I have had to search for some of my children - one lost at Sea World two different times, one lost at Disneyland, and one who fell asleep under my desk in my home office. Should I admit to all that??? :-)

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  11. I lost my mom once, but then found out later that she ran away from her crazy teenage daughter who was driving her up the wall.
    opal23zuniga@yahoo.com

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  12. Gail, you are hilarious! Yes, I lost my daughter and son at Legoland. Fortunately, my dad taught me how to whistle louder than anyone in town. One blaring whistle and both kids located me in seconds--despite the large crowd.

    kbrebes@aol.com

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