A Garden Visit With My Lavender Friend.

22 August 2012

First of all, some of you may be confused as to why I did not post about where I was stopping for the blog tour yesterday. Plans shifted at the last minute, and I had to make the executive decision to cancel yesterday's interview at The Destiny of One (answer "d") and move it to today (click here to read it). Everyone who guessed correctly will still be receiving a point in the giveaway. Furthermore, since no one had the chance to guess where I am stopping today, I'm making a slight exception to the rules.  All you have to do is copy and paste the following into an email to me:

I just won 4 points in Elizabeth Rose's giveaway because I know that she is stopping at Grace's Garden Walk for an interview.

And just like that, you automatically have four points in the giveaway: that's two points for guessing where I'm stopping, and two points for saying whether it will be an interview or a guest post. This offer ends tonight at 11:59 P.M., so enter while you can! It takes all of 30 seconds.

I received an invitation to stop by Miss Grace's sunny garden a while ago, and at last the special day has arrived. Her garden is growing so nicely this year, with nearly every flower you could imagine. Not to be outshined by the more rampant blooms, the lavendar, the special pride of Grace's heart, is sprouting up in lovely, powder-soft bunches. It smelled so nice, and Grace was kind enough to send me home with a sachet so that I might always remember my sweet lavender friend. When the sun grew too hot, we cooled ourselves on the shady veranda with tea, scones, and little petit fours. Grace and I have been chatting together, in that dreamy way peculiar to warm summer afternoons, and we would so love to include you in our conversation. Why don't you stop by and join us?

sneak peak:

What sparked your interest in the Titanic era? 

The Dear America book, Voyage on the Great Titanic, by Ellen Emerson White, has been a favorite of mine since childhood, and was what first introduced me to the tragedy of the Titanic. I was quite intrigued with the infamous ocean liner's end, mainly because it came as such a shock to those of that period. A ship so grand, so luxurious — why, nothing could possibly sink her, right?

I hardly need answer that question.

Click here to read the full interview at Grace's Garden Walk.

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