3/29/13

CGM Podcast Ep #46: A Chat with Marie Bostwick

Listen to the episode HERE

Show Notes 


Life Update:
  • Is Mother Nature playin' with me?
  • Sam is having fun bouncing through Spring Break
  • Maddy is...Maddy
  • Upcoming Texas trip
  
WIPs and FOs:
  • Easy Street - I finished all of the blocks BUT......
  • King Spiderweb quilt
  • Color Affection shawl
 
My Interview and Chat with Marie Bostwick!
  • NYT bestselling author of the Cobbled Court series
  • Her NEW BOOK, Between Heaven and Texas, is on sale 4/30/13

  • Visit her website HERE for more information and lots of great content about Marie, her books, her bio, her quilting, etc....
GIVEAWAY!!!!
One lucky winner will get an advance copy of Between Heaven and Texas AND Marie will send them a signed bookplate
 and 4 recipes from the book!
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
To enter: Please leave 1 comment below telling me which of Marie's books you've enjoyed OR which one you'd like to read besides Between Heaven and Texas. For a list of her books, visit her website HERE. They are all listed on the right side of the homepage. Giveaway runs through 4-12-13.

1 entry per person. PLEASE make sure you leave either a vaild email address in your comment, or that you are not a no-reply blogger when you comment, so I can reach you. If I can't reach you within 24 hours, another winner will be picked. 


Thanks for listening!

CGM

37 comments:

  1. I would love to win this book! I have read all of the Cobbled Court books, and have been waiting for this one.

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  2. I've read all of them. I loved the last one best. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  3. I read Threading the Needle by the pool in Hawaii a couple of years ago and I'll be back there in a couple of weeks. Another Cobbled Court book would be perfect to add to my holiday reading!

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  4. I've read the first three and A thread of Truth is my favorite so far. I would love to win this book!

    -debby
    crowefan0517@yahoo.com

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  5. I've read the first 4 and enjoyed them all very much. Thanks for doing the give away.

    Chris
    chrisbcrunchy@hotmail.com

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  6. I've loved all of them, but A Single Thread holds a special place in my heart, probably just because it was the first one I read.

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  7. I have read the first two Cobble Court books and would love to read the rest and the newest book. Looking forward to hearing the interview!! Happy Easter to all!

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  8. Don't include my name in the drawing because I'd already pre-ordered the book and it'll be delivered to my Kindle as soon as it's released! But this is a great giveaway. And I loved listening to the interview--thanks for giving us the opportunity to listen in on your conversation with Marie!

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  9. I would like to read Threading the Needle. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  10. read them all. love them. can't wait to read about Mary Del.

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  11. I have seen these books, but have not had a chance to read them. I will have to see if our library has them. It would be fun to win an advance copy!

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  12. Oh Tanesha!! What a fabulous interview!! You and Marie-wow- now that is quilting nirvana! I have read all of her cobbled court books! My favorite is Threading the Needle. I am so excited about the new book--I have gone by the onscreen name of Velveteena for over 13 years (there's a story) so super excited to meet Velvet, Silky, Organza etc. Thanks for your super work with the podcast and blog. I want you to know--we very much appreciate your dedication!! Blessings of Easter to you and your family.

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  13. I've enjoyed the Cobbled Court series, twice through. I would love to read On Wings of Mornings, River's Edge, and Fields of Gold. Thanks for the chance to win the first book of the new series!!

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  14. I have to laugh, because I just discovered Marie Bostwick a week ago. I read "A Single Thread" and loved it! Your interview was amazingly professional. I loved how it didn't sound like you had a list of questions to get through, you were just chatting!

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  15. Hi Tanesha! I really enjoyed the interview and the new book sounds great! I've read all the Cobbled Court books, but haven't read any other books by Marie. I'll have to get going on these. Fields of Gold and River's Edge sound good to start with. Thanks for the chance to win her new one.
    BTW, I remember the terrible 2's and wonder why no one called them the terrible 2 and 3's. Maybe the terrible 2's just sounds better. Hang in there. You can do this! LOL

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  16. River's Edge was my first read beyond her Cobbled Court series, and a really, really good book, highly recommend it. Great interview Tanesha. If anyone wants more of Marie Boswick she was also interviewed by Pat Sloan on her radio show last April (www.allpeoplequilt.com/radio/index.html if anyone wants to go listen). I really enjoy your podcast, and the book reviews are a great feature. I have added numerous books to my library as a result!

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  17. Hello! I have read the first three books in the series. I've enjoyed them very much. Would love to read this, along with the fourth book, which is in my reading queue. Thanks! Enjoyed this episode - as I do all the others!
    -Laura

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  18. Love Marie, love her books and enjoyed listening to this interview.
    Thank you for the giveaway.
    ~Laura

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  19. I met Marie, not that she would remember me, at the EXPO Center in Chantilly. I can't remember what event, Sewing Expo vs Quilt Event. I have the the first three books (audio), purchased in 2010 and have listened to the only two. Hmmm, not quite sure why I didn't get started on the third. Listening to your recent episode has sparked my interest again. So off, to catch up on #3 in the series. Looking forward to the newest book. Thanks for hosting the give-a- way.

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  20. Enjoyed the interview, especially when it is with one of my favorite authors. I am thrilled that we will be hearing more about Howard and his Mom as I find them both sweet and unique. My favorite book is always the next one I'm going to read. No need to enter me, though, since I've already received a give-away from your generous self.

    Hang in there with Maddie; it does get easier.

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  21. You did a wonderful interview with Marie. Her characters certainly contain a lot of life. Thanks for the giveaway. Thanks for doing such a great job on your podcast, I enjoyed your comments on your daughters. Just remember children with minds of thier own, willfulness, the head strong ones make the most interesting adults. They'll be adults a lot longer than children so it's good they have an opinion............we just have to survive their childhood in one piece (can you tell I've been there?) Peace.

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  22. Oh Tanesha, what a special interview. I've always been a big fan of Marie's but after this novel with the focus on Mary Dell and Howard... well, she has a fan for life. My little brother (40 years old lol) is mentally retarded and it takes a special author to take the time to jump into this world and make it real. I can't wait to get it and sink into ti :) As for favorites, well A Single Thread captured my heart, but A Thread of Truth is a close second for me. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for a delightful treat!

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  23. Oh Tanesha, what a special interview. I've always been a big fan of Marie's but after this novel with the focus on Mary Dell and Howard... well, she has a fan for life. My little brother (40 years old lol) is mentally retarded and it takes a special author to take the time to jump into this world and make it real. I can't wait to get it and sink into ti :) As for favorites, well A Single Thread captured my heart, but A Thread of Truth is a close second for me. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for a delightful treat!

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  24. That was a great interview; thanks for sharing it with us. I have enjoyed all of the Cobbled Court books, not sure I can pick a favorite. I'm looking forward to the new book and the story of Mary Dell and Howard. They've already added so much to Evelyn's story, they can only be better in their own book.

    thanks again,
    Sandi

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  25. Great interview. I have read all of Marie's books and the best one we all know is the one we are currently reading - they are all good. Can't wait to read Between Heaven and Texas.

    Thank you
    Sharyn

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  26. Tanesha that was just such a treat. I think you can add "interviewer" to your accomplishments. The podcast was so professional and natural. I think my favorite books of all feature a town, a house, an area of the country as a character which Marie's books do so well.

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  27. I have read her first 3 books. I have enjoyed all of them. I like to get them from the library, as they are a great set of books to share. I hope our library gets the next set of books soon!

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  28. I've read all of the Cobbled Court books and love them all! What great characters and what a great interview!

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  29. I rive read the first two cobble court books and loved them. My library only had the two , should really look for the others. Great interview!

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  30. I've read the Cobbled Court novels. It's a nice way to keep quiting near me even when I can't be sewing (at the gym, at the office). Thanks for the giveaway. I really enjoyed the interview...perhaps there will be more interviews in your future? Nice job, Tanesha!

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  31. I've read her short stories. I haven't read the cobbled court books

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  32. I have read all the Cobbled Court books and I love them all! I try to read them slowly to savor them and then I am so bummed when I am done. It's always a long wait until the next novel. Thanks Tanesha and Marie!

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  33. I have read all the cobbled court books and am excited to see she has a new book! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. you can reach me mejbenz@yahoo.com

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  35. I have not read any of the cobbled court books so I would start with A Single Thread.

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  36. I have worked my way through the Cobbled Court series and am ready for Ties That Bind. The new one sounds great! Thanks for the fun show with Marie!
    Laura Smith
    smithsoccasional at gmail.com

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