All the Moving Party Winners

My month long moving party is over. Thanks for dropping by each day. Here is the list of all the winners. If you see your name here and haven’t sent me your snailmail info, please do so through my website 

Nov. 3 OBE (Nan)

Nov. 4 Louisa

Nov. 5 Mary Ann Landers

Nov. 8 Saranna DeWylde

Nov. 9 Edie Ramer

Nov. 10 Kiki

Nov. 11 SHE

Nov. 12 Jane

Nov. 15 Ann Best

Nov. 16 Fritzi

Nov. 17 Barbara Britton (Rebecca Zanetti winner)

Nov. 18 Corrina

Nov. 19 Carol L. (Miranda Neville winner)

Nov. 22 Marianne Strnad

Nov. 23 Linda Henderson (Maggie Robinson winner)

Nov. 24 DAZ

Nov. 29 Regina Jeffers, Brenda Ash, Donna Marie Rogers, Barb H, Jeanne Miro (Mary Wine winners)

Nov. 30 GladysMP

I also had some additional winners at my other online homes.

Facebook Winner–Jena Lang

Twitter Winner–Charlie Courtland

Newsletter Winner–Donna B of W-S, NC

Several features from the Emily blog will continue here, like Red Pencil Thursday and frequent guest bloggers. I love having an online community where we can share what we’re reading and thinking, so I look forward to hearing from YOU!

Here’s my question today (No giveaway, I’m sorry to say. Just the joy of sharing your thoughts!) Sometimes, I step out of the romance circle for my personal reading. I just started Stephen Lawhead’s THE PARADISE WARS. What’s your favorite non-romance book? Or do you ever read anything other than romance?

8 thoughts on “All the Moving Party Winners

  1. MiaMarlowe says:

    Jane–I love mysteries. Agatha Christie and Mary Higgins Clark are two of my favorites.

  2. Jane says:

    I read a lot of thrillers and mysteries. One of my favorites is Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.

  3. MiaMarlowe says:

    Jane L–The last biography I read was on the life and times of Jane Austen, so it was still about romance in a way. Fascinating.

  4. Jane L says:

    Congrats to all the winners! When I am not reading romance, I usually only read books on real life people. Right now I am reading The People’s Tycoonquot; about Henry Ford and the Ford enterprise. Very good!

  5. MiaMarlowe says:

    Theresa–Glad you were part of the Moving Party! I haven’t read Fortier or Bryson, but I’m enjoying Lawhead. I needed a little fantasy and THE PARADISE WARS fits the bill.

  6. MiaMarlowe says:

    Romance Girl–I would call Outlander a romance, but it’s so much more. It’s like romance on steroids. Love Diana Gabaldon’s fluid prose.

  7. Theresa Romain says:

    Mia, congratulations on your Moving Party! What a bash it was. Thanks for letting me be a part of it.

    I used to work with Stephen Lawhead’s niece, so I did a little squee when I saw you were reading one of his books! I loved his BYZANTIUM. It just blew me away. He was so evocative in communicating the different times and places. Thinking back, from a writing perspective, I am in awe of the amount of research it must have required.

    I mostly read romance and history these days — it’s like homework for my own writing. Unlike when I was in school, I am always delighted to do my homework. :) But I keep an eye on the new literary novels and nonfiction coming out, too. I recently read and loved Anne Fortier’s JULIET, and I have my eye on Bill Bryson’s AT HOME.

  8. Romance Girl says:

    I would have to say Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I was hooked on that book from the moment I started reading. Little did I know when I started it that it was a series. I went to the bookstore to find the other books by Diana and discovered it was a series. It has everything. Romance, sex, murder, mystery, war and many other things all rolled into one. Of course when the books average 800-1000 plus pages, there is room for it all. Of course Scotland and Jamie helps too. Did I mention the Scottish hunk Jamie? :-)

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