Carol Contest: Only 4 Days Left to Go — Lee Duigon

Our Second Annual Christmas Carol Contest got off to a great start, but has since let all the air out and is just lying there. Ninety percent of the entries were made by 5 percent of the readers; and the leading carol emerged on the first day of the contest and is still in front…

Carol Contest: Only 4 Days Left to Go — Lee Duigon

Let’s Start the Party! — Lee Duigon

Hi-ho, hi-ho, it’s Christmas Day! Christ our Savior is born! So we whoop it up. As of this moment, we open the doors to my imaginary Victorian mansion to all who wish to attend our cyber-Christmas party. 132 more words

Let’s Start the Party! — Lee Duigon

Don’t forget about the Christmas Carol Contest! Request a Christmas hymn at Lee’s blog!!

‘We Three Kings’ — Lee Duigon

Ach! No entries yet today in our Christmas Carol Contest. I must provide a carol. So here’s one to get the ball rolling: We Three Kings of Orient Are… 24 more words

‘We Three Kings’ — Lee Duigon

Don’t Forget About the Christmas Carol Contest! — Spread the Word

There’s a Christmas Carol Contest held at my friend Lee Duigon’s blog! Anyone can join the fun by requesting one of your favorite Christmas hymns (Click here to see the restrictions)! To request your song, you have to write a comment on one of his posts. You can request carols multiple times! To be the […]

Don’t Forget About the Christmas Carol Contest! — Spread the Word

Don’t Forget About the Christmas Carol Contest!

There’s a Christmas Carol Contest held at my friend Lee Duigon’s blog! Anyone can join the fun by requesting one of your favorite Christmas hymns (Click here to see the restrictions)! To request your song, you have to write a comment on one of his posts. You can request carols multiple times! To be the winner, your carol has to get the most hits among the other entries on the day it was requested. The winner gets an autographed copy of one of Lee Duigon’s books!! So hop on board!! 😆

JOIN THE CONTEST

Note: The contest is due to last until New Year’s Eve (December 31st).

Join the Contest Held at Lee Duigon’s Blog!!

Rules of the contest:

  1. Go to Lee Duigon’s blog. (Click on the link to go there.)
  2. Request a Christmas hymn you like by commenting on any of his posts.
  3. The carol that gets the most views is the winner! 😊

Prize: The winner gets a free autographed copy of one of Lee Duigon’s books!! 🙂

Join the fun! 😄

Coming Up: Christmas Carol Contest — Lee Duigon

Just a reminder: the day after Thanksgiving, our Second Annual Christmas Carol contest begins. We greatly enjoyed it last year; and if there was ever a year in which we need to proclaim the birth of Jesus Christ Our Lord, 2020 is it. 94 more words

Coming Up: Christmas Carol Contest — Lee Duigon

Heads Up! Christmas Carol Contest Coming Soon — Lee Duigon

It’s way too early to have another comment contest. We have almost 67,000 comments, and the next logical target has to be 70,000. We also have over half a million views, so we’ll have to do something special to mark 1 million views, if we ever get there. But it’s almost time to start our […]

Heads Up! Christmas Carol Contest Coming Soon — Lee Duigon

The contest will be held at Lee Duigon’s blog!

Held Over! Our Christmas Carol Contest

Let’s go and request carols on Lee Duigon’s blog!

Lee Duigon

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G’day after Christmas! Byron the Quokka here–and are you ready to close our Second Annual Christmas Carol Contest? Well, I’m not!

Crikey, look at all the carols that we haven’t posted yet! The carol with 44 views the day it was posted, Dec. 12 (I think), is still in the lead. I don’t think anyone’s going to beat that, but we can keep on playing. The winner gets an autographed copy of Bell Mountain No. 12, His Mercy Endureth Forever, when it’s published–which should be pretty soon.

Sorry, I’m not allowed to tell you who got those 44 views: don’t want to spoil the surprise. Meanwhile, no way we’re gonna run out of carols! You request ’em, I’ll post ’em.

And a Merry Christmas to us all, and as Tiny Tim observed, God bless us, every one!

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