Win 10 Fall Books from My September List!

img_1067UPDATE 10-12-16: We have a winner! Martha G. is getting a box of books by mail just as soon as she sends me her address. Look for another giveaway after my October books post!

Want to win all the books featured in my September books post—plus a few more? Add your email here—and know that if you’re already signed up for my list, you won’t get two emails. Just the one you already get. So please enter, and please share! If you’ve got friends who’d love a regular email on how it’s done, and the chance to get in on upcoming chats and conversations about how we do this family thing, invite them to sign up, help me spread the word, and get yourself an extra entry into the contest.

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16 Responses to “Win 10 Fall Books from My September List!”

  1. Heidi Simms says:

    Always looking for suggestions of good reads!

  2. love your posts!! in your writing, you address so many universal issues through your particular stories. thank you!

  3. Preeti Mehta says:

    Win win

  4. Lisa wells says:

    Look like a great stack!

  5. Mary Jude Pakiela says:

    How fun…thanks!!

  6. Reid says:

    I really enjoyed “The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living”; it had a chick lit setup and conclusion but there was a lot more to it and the writing didn’t strike me as cliched.

  7. Reid says:

    Oh, and it also was set in, I think, (a renamed) St. Johnsbury, Vt., and mentioned my hometown of Franconia, N.H., so I *had* to like it.

  8. Can never have too many! Thanks for sharing…

  9. Dawn Reiss says:

    Love this! What a great idea.

  10. Sue Duronio says:

    Love the books and would love to have them thank you!!

  11. Kathleen Santoro says:

    Looks like a wonderful way to spend cold evenings in Maine.

  12. Shara Witkin says:

    I love your monthly reading summaries. It helps me find new, interesting picks for my own reading list.

  13. KJ says:

    I agree! It was actually unexpected in spots, and I found the characters intriguing. I really liked it. Plus, yeah, I live in NH on the VT border. So there’s that!