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June 09, 2019

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Cathy Gohlke

I'm so looking forward to reading your book, Valerie! I love stories about who endured hard things, the relationships they built, and all things Southern! Thank you for sharing your memories and your post. You have been so blessed to have a storytelling family!

Carol Alscheff

I subscribed. The book sounds very interesting.

valerieluesse

Thank you so much, Cathy! And thanks to the blog tour, I have big "must read" list from y'all! Love these stories you're telling.

valerieluesse

Thank you for subscribing, Carol!

Violetta Davis

This sounds like a wonderful book. I hope to read it soon.

valerieluesse

Thank you so much, Violetta! I hope you enjoy it.

Lual Krautter

To answer Valerie Luesse's question: Si Chandler built two things across from the grand old house: a skating rink and a man-made lake. Thanks for the opportunity to enter a wonderful giveaway! Would love to win print books! Lual Krautter, 712 Carter St., Deer Lodge, MT 59722 krautter12@bresnan.net

Elizabeth R

As a fellow Alabamian I'm very interested in the state's history during WWII. Most of the books written during this time period are set in Europe so this will be an interesting read. Reading a book set in your home always feels like a more personal experience.

Alison Boss

I have signed up for your newsletter. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of Almost Home! It sounds very good!!

Sabrina Templin

Hi Valerie!
I signed up for your newsletter! :D

valerieluesse

Hi, Lual! Please make sure you answer the questions in the Rafflecopter that's included in all the blog posts so we can make sure your answers get counted. And thank you so much for participating!

valerieluesse

Thanks so much for signing up, Alison and Sabrina! And hi there to fellow Alabamian Elizabeth! I hope you enjoy the story and that it rings true to you.

Brenda Witt

Hi Lual,
I subscribed to your newsletter
And also entered the Rafflecopter

Lelia (Lucy) Reynolds

I subscribed to your newsletter. Would love to read this. Thank you for the chance.

Lisa Hudson

I subscribed to your newsletter & blog. This book sounds fantastic! Being a MS Girl, this certainly sounds like HOME to me! When I was growing up, I loved nothing more than when my Uncle & Aunt from Mobile came to town to see us. I would always beg them to tell their “old timey” stories. My Daddy was the oldest & my Uncle was the 2nd of 8 children. They were more alike than any of the others. Daddy just turned 94 on 06/03 & my Aunt is probably 87 or so. (Mom & my Uncle have stepped into the arms of Jesus.) When we all get to visit, we, along with the generations following, still love to hear & laugh at their beautiful stories!

Perrianne Askew

I subscribed to your newsletter and am truly looking forward to reading your book.

valerieluesse

Thanks so much, Perrianne!

valerieluesse

Great to hear from you, Lisa! There's a Mississippi man in my book. His name is Joe Dolphus, and he has that wry MS wit that I love so much. My husband and I traveled the Delta together and hope to retire in Ocean Springs. Let me know what you think!

valerieluesse

Thank you, Lucy!

valerieluesse

Thanks so much, Brenda!

Jessica Alvarado

This is very intriguing, what an awesome family history you have. I subscribed, thank you for the opportunity 💕.

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