I love books. All kind of books. I love paperback books, hardcover books, eReaders, and audio books. I love romance, history, humor, contemporary, poetry, and books to put on my coffee table because they’re just so damn gorgeous and I’m classy like that.
Today, I’m thrilled to announce The Big Booty Book Bundle Giveaway, Edition 4! To celebrate the launch of my new humor book, Who Left the Cork Out of My Lunch?, I decided to give a bunch of them away. Hubs is, understandably, not quite as enthusiastic as I am about my New Plan, but he’ll feel better once he can get his car back into the garage (after it was summarily booted out to make room for my book stash).
Our fourth edition of The Big Booty Book Bundle Giveaway includes FIVE beautifully written books by different authors. These are four of my favorite books by some of the rockin’-est writers I know (yes, I made that word up). You’ll get a copy of Who Left the Cork Out of My Lunch? (of course!), plus four other fabulous choices. These people will make you laugh, make you think, and maybe change your life just a little bit. So enter. Do it now. We’ll wait.
Need more? Every week for the next few weeks, starting Sunday at midnight and running until Friday night at 11:45, you can enter to win a bodacious bundle of brand-new softcover books. And (I know, this just keeps getting better, doesn’t it?), IT’S FREE. Plus, we’ll run a new Big Booty Book Bundle Giveaway every Monday morning. Is this fun or what??
How do you get this booty bounty, you ask? Just click on the woman in the photo (at the top or at the bottom of this post), and poof! You’re entered.
Check out this week’s Big Booty Book Bundle!
Still with me? Great! All of these books are available on Amazon. So if you can’t wait to read one or all of them, simply click the title link and it will take you directly to the Amazon page. To pique your interest, here are the Amazon blurbs for each of these wonderful books:
Who Left the Cork Out of My Lunch?, by Vikki Claflin
Are you a woman who has ever looked in the mirror and thought, “How did my mother get in my bathroom?” Have you gone through years of night sweats and seismic mood swings, leaving you with a metabolism that forces you to choose between wine and carbs (so you haven’t had a bagel in eight years)? Did you wake up one morning in someone else’s body? Then you will love this book.
If you ever made a regrettable hairstyle choice, finally conceded that thongs make you look like a Weeble in dental floss, or wished your Hubs would learn that grabbing your boobs every time you walk past him with a load of laundry is not foreplay, then you will love this book.
Who Left the Cork out of My Lunch? is chock-full of funny, informative how-to lists, hilarious advice columns, and sharp personal anecdotes that cover subjects from menopause (are we done yet?), empty nest syndrome (sob!), and grandchildren (yay!), to sex (better after fifty), marriage (he said what?), age-appropriate fashion (what does that mean?), cosmetic intervention (to Botox or not to Botox?), diet fails (#972), beauty tips from Mom (still true), and confidence (fabulous after fifty). Laugh along with Vikki and her amusing advice on how to let go of our youth and start rocking our middle age. Are you ready?
Fascinating Rhythm, by Anne Louise Bannon
When Frank Selby is murdered, his secretary Kathy Briscow is the prime suspect. After all, she was doing his work for him, including editing The Old Money Story, by socialite Freddie Little. Only Freddie thinks he knows who really killed Selby. So he and Kathy join forces, searching the speakeasies and streets of 1924 New York City to find a killer with an obsession.
Finding Grace, by Kathy Gottberg
Ever wonder what it takes to be uniquely and passionately yourself in a world determined to make you like everyone else?
Grace Martin intends to find out as she stumbles from one life lesson to another. With a peculiar but supportive guide and mentor named Mrs. Pettermint, Grace slowly breaks free of traditional family and religion, and courageously explores life, relationships and various spiritual traditions seeking the answers to life’s big questions. Finally, just when she feels she is close to having it all figured out, her beloved mentor dies leaving her nearly $60 Million Dollars. However the only way to claim that inheritance and find the peace she longs for is for Grace to face the critics of her past, the betrayals of the present, and her doubts for the future.
Finding Grace shows that in today’s world it is possible to be spiritual without being religious. And for many women, the path to grace is often being willing to celebrate ourselves exactly as we already are.
Mercury in Retro Love, by Janie Emaus
A story about crushes, conflicts and astrological confusion. Finally, after years of making love predictions for her friends, fifteen-year-old astrologer, Emma Seigel, sees a boyfriend in her future. But there’s one big problem. Mercury is heading for Retrograde in four weeks, and she sure knows what that means. It’s like an astrological PMS. A disastrous time to start a new relationship. Using her school newspaper column, Emmastrology, she sets a plan in motion and within a week lands hottie Evan Randolph as her boyfriend. She’s a Taurus. He’s a Capricorn. Both earth signs. What could be more perfect? But is he as perfect as her prediction claims him to be? The stars are telling her it’s right. But her heart says it’s all wrong. Everyday her feelings are growing stronger for someone else, a Leo, so totally not the sign for her. And to make matters even worse, Emma’s actions, caused by her unflinching belief in astrology, get her in trouble with her best friends in the whole world. Time is running out. Can Emma straighten up this mess she’s in before Mercury goes Retrograde again?
The Reverie, by Tamara Woods
Let us dream of weathered and worn windmills. Let’s beat our chests as the stars come out. Let us remember pink clouded mornings, watch the reflection shatter and break on our skin. Let’s unravel and fall into the cracks in the asphalt, because not every dream is beautiful. Yet, even those darkest moments can coat the tongue in a sticky sweetness. Join us on a Reverie.
BONUS: Because this is just too dang much fun and it makes me all giddy and generous, I’m adding The NY Times best-selling 2016 Choices Planner, by Kimberly Montgomery. (Ssshhh… It’s a secret, and I can’t do this every time. But for you? Absolutely.)
Welcome to the Choices Notebook, and the best 12-Month Planner you’ll ever use! Reaching your goals is important, but creating a life that feels authentic and fulfilling is just as valuable. That’s why the Choices Notebook focuses on both, your goals and your happiness. Gratitude pages, Goal Setting, Bucket List and note taking areas are all included in your Choices Notebook. Define your major goals for 2016 and track them monthly and weekly in your Choices Notebook. Monthly and Weekly Calendars provide areas to note Top Goals and Spotlight Tasks to keep you focused. Use the Life Choices Check-In to track what’s working in your life, and what isn’t. Your Choices Notebook comes with 192 pages of high quality heavy weight paper, Sophisticated Gold Tone Wire-O Binding, Page Holders on Front & Back Covers and a Suede Finish Heavy Weight Cover Stock. We’re proud to produce the Choices Notebook here in America.
Don’t miss out on this fabulous giveaway. If you don’t enter, you won’t win! (And all the cool kids are doing it.)
We regret that, due to the totally ridiculous shipping costs for packages going outside of the country, the Big Booty Book Bundle Giveaway is only open to readers in the U.S. Our sincerest apologies to our international readers. Thank you for understanding.
Note: This “Best Giveaway in 2016” is hosted by Vikki Claflin, and sponsored by Anne Louise Bannon, Kathy Gottberg, Janie Emaus, Tamara Woods, and Kimberly Montgomery. By entering, you are agreeing to receive occasional emails from the authors in this event.