Absolutely Your Last Chance to Buy My Books!

Buy the Bell Mountain series by Lee Duigon now!

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Yes–this is indeed your last chance to buy my books in the year 2018! If you wait till tomorrow, it’ll be 2019.

So get onto amazon.com and order a couple of ’em, or click “Books” and then the little shopping cart icon and order direct from the publisher. It’s easy! Even I could do it, and I stink at computers.

The saga begins with Bell Mountain and now consists of ten books, with No. 11, The Temptation, just about ready to come off the press. Thrill to wars, miracles, treachery, conversions, really strange and menacing beasts, weird barbaric customs, love, friendship, faithfulness, barbarian invasions, an avalanche–everything that makes life worth living! It’s all in here.

Buy ’em for your kids, and by the time they reach No. 10, The Silver Trumpet, they’ll be old enough to read ’em all over again.

And I have heard, but cannot confirm…

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‘Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring’

Marvelous! This is a beautiful hymn.
Request your favorite Christmas carols at Lee Duigon’s blog! The contest ends the day after Christmas!

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I’m surprised no one has asked for this hymn yet–one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written–Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, by Johann Sebastian Bach. Sung here by Celtic Woman. Most often heard around Christmas-time, this is good for every day of the year. Hard to imagine mortal, sinful human beings creating anything this beautiful: but then we are made in His image.

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By Request, ‘Angels We Have Heard on High’

This is from Mr. Duigon’s blog. It’s Christmas Contest time, so go to Lee Duigon’s blog and request a favorite Christmas carol of yours! The winner gets an autographed copy of one of Lee Duigon’s books!

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I’ve tried to program this wonderful hymn to be posted tomorrow, while we’re out scrambling around to buy a Christmas tree and Christmas dinner before we get the torrential rains that are in the forecast for the next day.

Requested by Phoebe, the Christendom College Choir with Angels We Have Heard on High. I think you’ll be glad if you turn up the volume!

Oops. If I’ve done this right, “tomorrow” is “today.”

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By Request, ‘Ode to Joy to the World’ (Double Wow!)

Wow! This blew me out of the water! Reblogged from Lee Duigon’s blog. Enjoy!

Feel free to request some Christmas hymns on Mr. Duigon’s blog! It’s Christmas Carol Contest time!

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Well, that left me breathless! Thanks, Heidi, for suggesting this: Ode to Joy to the World by the Piano Guys, plus bell-ringers, orchestra, choir, and a couple of heartfelt wows on my part.

If you look at the title and go, “Huh?”, just give it a chance. Just play the video, and prepare to be blown away.

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By Request, ‘Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’

From Lee Duigon’s blog, Amy Grant sings “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”. This is an important Christmas carol!

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This rates a Wow, don’t you think? Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, performed by Amy Grant: requested by SlimJim. You don’t want to skip this one! Turn up the volume–Christ is born in Bethlehem!

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By Request, ‘Awesome God’ by Glad

“Awesome God” sung by GLAD was my first hymn request on Mr. Lee Duigon’s blog! Amazing voices! Enjoy!

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Wow! This Joshua’s first hymn request, and it just blew me out of the water–Awesome God, sung a capella by Glad. Awesome, too, what can be done with human voices when the singers put their minds to it.

You might want to turn up the volume on this one.

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By Request, ‘O Holy Night’ (Il Divo)

This is my brother’s first request for Lee Duigon’s Christmas Carol Contest, and this is my first reblog!

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Justin’s brother, Jeremy, enters our Christmas Carol Contest with this request: O Holy Night, by Il Divo.

So far, What Child Is This? continues to lead with 22 views on the day it was posted. I don’t know–is that a lot of views? Well, we’ll find out, I guess.

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