Book giveaway: “Moonlight Sonata at the Mayo Clinic” by Nora Gallagher

Because Facebook is making it well-nigh impossible to notify anyone off my Facebook page about anything I’m doing, I’m going to revive my monthly newsletter. I love writing that newsletter (and subscribers to it have let me know how much they love it, too). I’m writing a novel I’d like to share about there; I love doing the giveaways I do there (books; t-shirts, DVD’s, etc.); perhaps most of all I enjoy knowing that I’m talking directly to my friends in that free and uncluttered way.

There’s just a lot of things I’m more comfortable talking about in the newsletter than I am anywhere else. That’s why I write it.

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This month I’m giving away to a lucky subscriber a copy of Moonlight Sonata at the Mayo Clinic, by Nora Gallagher. Anne Lamott wrote about this book: “A fabulous book—brilliant, tender, soulful. Nora Gallagher is everything I love—smart, searching, vulnerable, faithful, doubting, deeply real, and a beautiful writer.” (It’s available on Amazon here.)

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More and more I'm communicating with my readers through my free (and ad-free) email newsletter, which is just a simple, direct and personal email from me that I send out every three weeks or so. If you would like to receive this email in your inbox, subscribe to it on my website, or by using the subscription box about halfway down the column on the right. I wouldn't think of using your email address for anything but my e-newsletter (to which you can always unsubscribe with the click of a button). Thanks, and looking forward to communicating with you in this more intimate way.