I am not very lucky, but if we go somewhere and they have raffle tickets and I talk you into buying one you will win and I wont.
Normally, not very lucky. Catching my husband, very lucky!
Would love it ! Love to read !
Sometimes a small change in our lives can make a big difference in the outcome of our futures
I love your stories and would love to win a prize.
You are so generous with your giveaways! It's always fun to check your posts.
I am pretty blessed and lucky in my life!
I have won a few things in my life. Winning books from authors makes my day when I receive them in the mail. Otherwise all I get is bills.
would love tp win it I love your books and story lines
I am not usually lucky when it comes to winning contest, but very lucky and blessed with a wonderful husband,family, and friends.
I am lucky to have such a wonderful family and wonderful cats.
I love your stories they are my get away place with raising a 2yr old grandchild trust me I need to get away some days
I am pretty lucky. I win many giveaways. Lucky to have my lovely boyfriend.
The book sounds as if it is a winner.
Sometimes I feel luck goes in cycles. I haven't won anything lately, still looking for love, no luck there at all. I need my luck to change and soon!😀
I am lucky enough to be able to read and to be able to keep finding books to read. Thank you for all the books you've taken the time to write to keep me reading!
I am taking time to look at a new business model and other ventures with people who are have different talents but simular spiritual values. It is exciting
I do fairly well in contests, especially author-sponsored contests.
Two major contests that I won: a trip for two to Venice, Italy in 1998
and I was one of four finalists out of 30,000 entrants in the Nascar Dash For Cash in 2014. Didn't win the grand prize ($100,000) but enjoyed a trip to the Iowa Speedway. My prize included a national TV appearance, a ride in the Pace Car (up to 118 mph!), and a nice
I am the luckiest person in the world. I have a wonderful husband of nearly 37 years, 2 married adult children with spouses that I love, I still have a job. My health and eye sight are starting to fail, I dislike growing older with all of the aches and pains associated with it, but so many never have the privilege of age. I could easily use a million dollars, but couldn't we all? :-)
"Sheila Roberts makes me laugh. I read her books and come away inspired, hopeful, and happy."— Debbie Macomber, New York Times Best Selling Author