Book Drawing


The Last Bird Sings is a story within a story and the form is much loved in European Literature.   It contains excerpts of my life along with my understanding of these events in the long scope of my life;  how they have shaped me into who it is I am.   How and why I view my Self with what I consider All That Is.  It is about my need to build a philosophy that would hold me up no matter what the events of my life would be .   I write of our connection as human beings to All That Is.   It is my view of our humanity and our divinity.

The book drawing will be from Monday the 10th through Thursday evening the 13th of March.  The winner will be announced Friday morning the 14th of March.   And then the book will be in the mail as of the next week.  It will be a blind drawing and all that is required is that you leave your comment on my blog.  Your e mail address will not appear on my blog.  You may comment on a post that I have done on my blog or why you would like to have a copy of The Last Bird Sings.   I will welcome your comments.  And I hope you think it is fun that you might be the winner!

20 responses to “Book Drawing”

  1. Well, Veronica, to me you are a Light in the world. I always come away from your posts either flying high, thinking hard or crying from the validation you have given my own thoughts. I would be honored to have your book in my hands.

  2. All of your writings are so valuable in this world which can distract us from remaining true to our goodness. How weak we can be, needing reminders and reassurances. How strong we can be when someone speaks words of encouragement. I thank you for all your writings.

  3. I have enjoyed Maria Wulf’s quotations of your work. I also value the well thought out perspectives of someone who thinks deeply and looks at the connected dots. I always learn something important from this sort of reading. I would love to win a copy of your book. Thank you for the opportunity to do just that.

  4. I was just made aware of your blog though FullMoonFiberArts and checked out some of your entries and would love to learn more about your writing by winning your book.

  5. I think I would enjoy getting to know you. Your book would open me to a rewarding experience and I look for those sparks of life every day. Thank you.

  6. Thank you for an opportunity to win a copy of your book. I, also, am new and look forward to subscribing to your blog. I have learned so much from Jon Katz and Maria’s blogs.
    Joan from Wisconsin

  7. Dear Veronica,
    I have not met you or have read your blog but a referral from Maria’s blog landed me here. I already find you fascinating! At 80, to continue your art of writing in socia media form, is fantastic! I’m sure it is endless the people you have touched. Amen!

  8. Jon Katz led me to Maria Wulf, and Maria Wulf led me to you. I am pleased to have been introduced to you and your writings.

  9. Your life’s work sounds so interesting. I would love to read your book, as you have been given such a gift of understanding. Thank you for sharing it with all of us.

  10. I would love to win the book and take a journey into a perspective that seems worth listening to. I lost both my Mom and her sister about 4 years ago, and since then the perspectives that I cherished live on only in my memory. I seem to think that yours may be similar.

  11. I am also of the age where I can take the long view and reflect on my life so far. It would be interesting to read another’s philosophy, especially another woman’s. Thank you for the opportunity. Carol Flick

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