Floating on Air Giveaway: His & Her iPad Airs!
The fun just doesn’t stop around here, now does it? I hope you had a chance to enter last week’s giveaway for a trip to Walt Disney World! If you didn’t win, don’t worry- there are still more giveaways to come!
Let’s talk about what’s in store for this week: 2 iPad Airs! That’s correct- 1 for him and 1 for her!
We went right ahead and settled the argument on who gets to keep the iPad Air and when you have to share it, because we’re giving you 2. And you know what? As soon as they arrive, I know the perfect book to download: Happy Wives Club: One Woman’s Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage.
Not familiar with the iPad Air? Here’s a little info: The new iPad Air is thin and light. It’s equipped with an A7 chip, advanced wireless, and great apps to help you both work hard and play hard. It retails for $499, but you’re getting not 1, but 2, for FREE!
All you have to do is enter below:
You can pre-order Happy Wives Club through all of your favorite retailers and get 25% off today through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Make sure to save your receipt because we have more giveaways and free goodies coming your way!
**Giveaway will end on Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm CST. The winner will be selected and contacted by email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing. The winner will be selected at random through Random.org. Winners will need to respond within 48 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be chosen. This giveaway is open to US & Canada residents only. Winners must be of full legal age in the jurisdiction in which they live. For those that enter by pre-ordering a copy of Happy Wives Club: you will need to let us know which retailer you purchased from and what your receipt number is. If you enter by pre-ordering and win, we will ask for a copy of your receipt/confirmation email to verify the purchase.
One woman's worldwide search for the secrets of a great marriage.
Happy Wives Club is Fawn Weaver's journey across the world to meet new friends and discover what makes their marriages great. Join her on this exciting, exotic trip across six continents and through more than eighteen cities.
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Once I started this book I found myself not wanting to stop. Fawn Weaver has found a way to highlight so many positives in relationships when so much around us is chaotic. It brought a smile to my face and warmth in my heart as she replayed the stories of these women and their relationships with their husbands. Happy Wives Club reassures us that marriages do and can work if there is love, faith, trust, and respect for one another.
Poking through the mud of a media culture rife with exploitative images of desperate housewives, Fawn Weaver’s Happy Wives Club is a wildflower spreading hope for the institution of marriage, not as a religious or political institution, but as the opportunity for two souls to evolve together as they tap into the Divine spark that lies within us all. While full of stories and tips from happy wives around the globe whose marriages have endured the test of time, this book is, first and foremost, a love story.
With this one little book, and a growing band of women across the world, she has started a movement of happiness that has begun to sweep hearts and homes everywhere. From Africa to North America (and many places in between), every single chapter chronicles an adventure through a land and a woman’s life that will reveal the secrets of being happy after you say "I do." Let this stunning and captivating writer take you on a journey – an exploration around the world that ends up at a place far too few women have the sense enough to reach...a place called "Happy."
It was Fawn Weaver’s journey, but her writing makes us feel as though we were with her through every city, country, and region. The beauty of this book lies in its simplicity, humility, and a style of storytelling that makes you sad the book is coming to an end. If there were ever a case made for “happily ever after,” it’s Happy Wives Club.