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Kindle Book Giveaway: Singing at the Table

From 3am EST Friday, August 7th, 2020 until 2:59am EST on Thursday, August 20th, 2020, I'm running a book giveaway on Goodreads. You can find my author page on Goodreads here, and click below to enter to win one of 20 free copies of the Kindle version of Singing at the Table, my book of sung communion liturgies. 


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Singing at the Table by Beth Quick

Singing at the Table

by Beth Quick

Giveaway ends August 19, 2020.

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