January 30, 2012

River of Time Blog Tour: Guest Post with Lisa Bergren + Giveaway Details!



Hey GCReaders,

Today we have a guest post with Lisa Bergren, author of The River of Time Series.

It's a Teenage Garage Sale!

Minimum of 7 items. Max of 15.

Argyle knee socks: $.50
Penny loafers: $1.00 (pennies included)
Stereo with dual cassette players: $18.00
Sticker collection, in notebook: $50.00
Pink retro-phone: $15.00
Softball mitt: $10.00
Assorted trophies in tennis, softball and soccer: $Free (who wants to pay for someone else’s trophies?)
My aunt’s old Nancy Drew Mysteries set (25+ books): $30.00
9 Madame Alexander dolls, which I used to collect (favorites—characters from LITTLE WOMEN): $200.00
Word processor—that’s all it did—process words (though I took it to college; first Mac was in 1990): $30.00
Never-used weaving kit (I like the idea of being crafty but I’m not): $10.00
Never-used pottery wheel (see above): $15.00

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Thank you, Lisa for sharing this list with us! Let me know when's the date so I can come and pick up a couple of these items ;-P.


Lisa is also hosting an amazing giveaway to go along with this blog tour. TRUST ME, you don't want to miss out on all the goodies!


PRIZES INCLUDE 20 COPIES OF RIVER BOOKS + 3 KINDLE READERS. Details can be found here: http://www.lisatawnbergren.com/2012/01/teen-scene-blog-tour-contest/

Lisa will also be releasing an e-novella in February named, Bourne - River of Time #3.1. Which will be in Kindle format first. The novella starts right where Torrent left off!

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Author Bio:


Lisa Tawn Bergren is the best-selling, award-winning author of over 30 books, with more than 1.5 million copies sold. She just finished writing a Colorado historical trilogy (the first book, Breathe, Sing and Claim), and has begun a teen series called River of Time (Waterfall, book 1, comes out in February 2011).

Lisa’s time is split between managing home base, writing (including a fair amount of travel writing), consulting and freelance editing (with a little speaking here and there). She’s married to Tim, a liturgical sculptor, graphic designer and musician. They have three kids–Olivia (15), Emma (12) and Jack (7).

All five of the Bergrens make their home in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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35 comments:

  1. Ha ha I love all the stuff that's in your Garage Sale!I love the "Penny loafers: $1.00 (pennies included)" made me laugh :-)

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  2. I would totally LOVE that Pink retro-phone!

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  3. Thanks for hosting this tour stop! I loved thinking through what was once in my bedroom as a teenager, and what I was willing to part with!

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  4. Love the sticker-collection. I had my own Lisa Frank collection, it was my pride and joy!!!

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  5. This is such a fun post. We also had an oldschool Nancy Drew complete set. I even had double copies for some.

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  6. Haha! I love the "never-used" items... what?! haha. And the trophies... who would actually want those! This was fun! I like blog stops that are interesting like this. :D

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  7. I think the trophies made me laugh the hardest although the only one I would get would be the socks :p

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  8. I LOVE the garage sale list!! I had most of those things!! The sticker book collection!! That is awesome!

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  9. Nice! I love all your garage sale items!

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  10. great giveaway
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  11. Oh! How I loved Nancy Drew while growing up:) Now I adore Little Women and all the wonderful characters. You were so lucky to have a doll collection of these characters:)

    Best wishes!

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  12. Cute post! I might would consider buying Lisa's pink retro phone. Also, I think somewhere in my house that I, too, have a stero with a dual cassette player setting around. It's good to know that I'm not the only person who wished they were a crafty person. Although, I would think having the ability to write a sucessful story is pretty crafty. :)

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  13. What a fun and interesting post!

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  14. Pink retro-phone!! NO WAY! Can I have it?!?!

    You're so amazing, Lisa.

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  15. I use to always read the Nancy Drew series

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  16. I can say with true pleasure that I've read ALL of The River of Time books by Lisa T. Bergren! I loved reading them so much I have purchased both hard cover and ebook copies=) This series is so exciting to read and the pages keep you turning eager to find out more with this exciting fast paced story and delightful characters!!! I am so excited to have found such a great series and a wonderful Christian writer=) Thank you Lisa!!
    If you haven't read The River of Time series yet...don't wait a moment longer! You'll see why so many love this Series and the Stories within standing for love, family, survival and truth just to name a few=) I am a forever Fan of these books and of Lisa's writing!!

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  17. I totally have the Little Women Madame Alexander dolls! They were my mom's, and she gave them to my sister and I

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  18. HAHA! I love the trophies! People could buy them and say they won such and such game.

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  19. A pink retro phone! Awesome! And the Madame Alexander dolls... fabulous! I love this "teenage garage sale!" So funny.

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  20. i would have been interested in the nancy drew set... i often her about it but i haven't discovered these books yet

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  21. This was great fun to read! Thanks! :)

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  22. Pink retro-phone for me! :) Fantastic series Lisa :)

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  23. I still have argyle knee sock and I love them. The keep my feet toasty warm.

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  24. Nancy Drew <3 I used to read them when I was younger, I have my Mom's collection! Very interesting list!

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  25. Love this series -- would love to see this a a mini-series, wouldn't you??

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  26. LOL! Love this!
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  27. haha..I need the softball mit, I lost mine.

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  28. hahaha! love the fact that you tried to be crafty :)

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  29. I SO remember the sticker collection! I also had them in a binder!! Flash back to the 80's for me!! Thanks!

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