Thank you so much for stopping by to leave a comment for the fabulous Trinka Hakes Noble! How wonderful to learn that so many of you were inspired by her post and loved her books. It's exciting to have TWO autographed books to give away, generously donated by Trinka.
Our first winner of Trinka Hakes Noble's new book just released this month by Sleeping Bear Press and picked by Random.org is:
Kathy, Please e-mail me with your mailing address and for whom you'd like the book inscribed: claragillowclark(@)gmail(dot)com
But as people lived their lives above the water, far beyond their view and in the ocean's deepest depths lived mysterious and magical sea creatures, half girl and half fish. These shy, gentle creatures were called mermaids and were much loved by the ocean. And when people finally overcame their fear and ventured out to sea, risking disaster and even death, it was the mermaids who came to their rescue. This imaginative legend explains the origin of sea glass, that treasured, collectible gift from the sea.
I learned a great deal from writing these four legends, and I believe they have helped me with my other writing as well. For me, this venture into an unfamiliar genre of writing the unwritten has helped me to stretch and grow as a writer and storyteller. ~Trinka Hakes Noble
Learn more about Trinka Hakes Noble on her Website: www.trinkahakesnoble.com.
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The winner of Trinka's first book on legends published by Sleeping Bear Press is:
Please e-mail me with your address and for whom you'd like the book personalized: claragillowclark(@)gmail(dot)com
|Interior Illustration from Legend of Michigan|
The Legend of Michigan -- Finalist for the Great Lakes Book Award, 2006
Dear Readers, Thanks again for stopping by! The next post will be coming up after the middle of March. We'll be celebrating a HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY with Author Patricia Thomas and her new picture book, GREEN BEAN! GREEN BEAN! It's sure to get your youngsters eager to grow a garden of their own!