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Twenty-Nine Reasons to Love Rose Gardner: Reason Twelve

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Today is your chance to own an autographed print copy of Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes.  As Denise said earlier the beauty of her books are that even though they are part of a series, they can also stand alone just perfectly, but why wouldn’t you want to read about how Rose came out of her sheltered world and blossomed into the woman she is in Twenty-Nine and a Half Reasons.  The answer is that you DO want to read it if you haven’t.  So make sure you leave a comment today for your chance to win.

An autographed print copy of Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes!

Trust me, you’re gonna need to read Twenty-Eight to know the answers for Part Two of Twenty-Nine Reasons to Love Rose Gardener! (And the giveaways in Part One are nothin’ compared to some of the things we’re giving away in Part Two.)


I have something else to add!

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An autographed print copy of an ARC* of Twenty-Nine and a Half Reasons!!!

(*ARC: Advanced Release Copy– this book WILL have typos because it hasn’t been through proofreading at time of printing.)

Today I want to hear about something that helped you come out of your shell? Grow up? Become the person you are today?  Comments will be closed midnight, Wednesday the 27th.

What is something that helped you come out of your shell? Grow up? Become the person you are today?

The winner of the day twelve giveaway is…..Jeanine!  Congratulations.  We hope you enjoy your new books.  We will be contacting you by email to get your mailing address so we can ship your books to you.

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9 years ago

Cheerleading helped and my best friend. Both brought me out of my shell.

Jennifer W.
9 years ago

Going away to college! :)

Cynthia L. Moyer
9 years ago

Definitely leaving Illinois when I was 16 to go live in the Philippines as an exchange student. I *KNEW* there was a whole world out there!!!

Paola Bell
9 years ago

Leaving home to go to college probably was the best way for me to grow up. I had never been away from home and had a very strict mother, so I didn’t have many “live experiences” before that.

9 years ago

Leaving my daughter to live with my parents while I got deployed to Iraq. Nothing else made me grow up as much as having to write a will for her when I was only 22 years old, not even her birth. A lot of life’s realities and responsibilities slapped me in the face during that time.

Carie Lewis
9 years ago

Being a part of my high school plays and performing on a stage was wonderful did wonders for me!

Sheila Taylor
9 years ago

Divorcing my ex-husband and becoming a single mom. My wonderful son made me the person I am today. :-)

Michelle Grey
9 years ago

Forensics in high school. The speaking kind, not the dead people kind. :-)

Heather Bristol
9 years ago

Getting a job helped me come out of my shell and going to college

angie odonnell
9 years ago

When my daughter was born as a single parent I had no choice but grow up and come out of my shell

9 years ago

Working out and trying to get fit. The more I do it, the better I feel about myself and the better I feel about myself, the more I let others in. Though, I’m still very guarded and in my shell most of the time.

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