Saturday, December 8, 2012

Recap of our first week.. Book Titles and all of our December Gifts !







     Much appreciation goes out to Seal Press 
for being part of our wonderful month of December....
and all of our sponsors for this event! 

  I added a PINTEREST Board of all the books
as well as Authors too...

HERE




This month is filled with Books by Women for Women 
and many more GIFTS from our Wonderful Sponsors...!

3 lovely followers of sew we quilt, won these gifts...





  And look, why not having some PURDY's chocolates today for a giveaway...
who would like a box....winner annouced on MONDAY! 


                 Anyone like some chocolates?  
Tell us which book inspired you the most this week?




And speaking of lots of words..

WE have still have some openings for this blog hop....
LINDA will be our cheerleader in residence for this one...

See you Monday....
I have some christmas baking that needs my attention! 


Congrats to winner JCnNC
you have won  a copy of Rocking the PINK! 








32 comments:

  1. Beautiful You is a book I really need to read at this point in my life. Thanks for introducing it to me! I didn't win it, but I put it on my Christmas wish list.

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  2. Grest selection of books this week. I love the variety in choices and love that these books are by women, for women. I have not read these so the first two I want to start with are "A Cluttered Life and "Beautiful You". I enjoyed the reviews and am anxious to read the books myself.

    Thank you, our Cheer Leaders and all the Sponsors for the amazing giveaways this month and all the chances to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. As I struggle to downsize, I believe that A Cluttered Life will be the most pertinent for me at this time. Like Pat V., this is a Christmas wish item. swalker287 at gmail dot come.

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  4. If I could get rid of the clutter on my book shelf, I think I would like to get "A cluttered Life" to take it's place.

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  5. This is a hard call, but picking only one...I think Beautiful You. I would rally like to read all of them though.

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  6. I can't really say what book inspired me this week as I haven't had time to read lately with spending so much time in the sewing room making Christmas presents.

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  7. Fantastic first week Madame Samm! I guess you would have to say that A Cluttered Life inspired me the most because I received my copy yesterday!! Yep, had to order it right away! And the next one would definitely be Beautiful You. I plan to purchase that one as well! :)

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  8. I definitely need and want "A Cluttered Life" the review makes it obvious that it was meant for me.

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  9. Do I love chocolate?..... let me count the ways! And the book that interests me the most is A Cluttered Life, which describes mine. Thanks for everything!

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  10. Rocking the Pink with a box of chocolates....great combo!

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  11. A Cluttered Life struck the biggest cord with me as I struggle to clear the excess stuff out of my life.

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  12. I think "A Cluttered Life" is what I really need to get my life uncluttered. All of the books sound very interesting. I am really glad you added a "book" month to your website. I'm always looking for good books to read.

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  13. A Cluttered Life is the book I'm interested in. I may have to look around for this book.

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  14. A Cluttered Life is on my reading list. So great to have a chance to preview books for women by women. All the selection have been very insightful. Thanks to you & all the sponsors! And I LOVE CHOCOLATE!!!

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  15. A Cluttered Life is calling my name. This will be one of my first reads for 2013. Thanks for bringing it to may attention. Love this Books for Women event and thanks for the great giveaways.

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  16. Rocking The Pink is a book I would enjoy. As for chocolate, when I got my mammogram results yesterday I ran for the chocolate. Thank you dear husband for the one pound box!

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  17. Thank you Madame Samm for this past week!

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  18. It is hard to pick one as each inspired me in separate ways. Since my life is so "cluttered" right now, I'd have to say A Cluttered Life is right up my alley. :O) Thanks for sharing all of them!

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  19. I agree with Carol...A Cluttered Life. I'm tackling it drawer by drawer. Rock the Pink sounds really good too. This has been so nice to relax and have exposure to some great books. Thank you!
    The giveaways and sponsors are awesome!

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  20. Rocking the Pink sounds really inspiring to me. I really think any book that shows a new way of coping can truly be an inspiration to others. Thanks!

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  21. What a week it was! Congratulations to all the winners and I look forward to next week.

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  22. Very hard decision. A Cluttered Live would be my first pick as that is where I am at the moment. I believe if I had read Rocking the Pink first, I wouldn't have ended up so cluttered! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  23. Beautiful you. Knowing it, believing it, living it.... sometimes IT is not all together in one day. Chocolates might help! Happy baking today Madame Samm! Janita

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  24. A very hard question, because I absolutely will check out most of them when I get to the bookstore. I have a cluttered life and know that it saps my energy, I have a poor self image and know that it's self imposed, and I honor the human ability to cope with the unthinkable, so three of the books are closely tied for my most inspirational. Because of my work at a hospice, I would probably pick up Pink first, because I am always more willing to look for things to help my patients than I am to try to fix myself, lol.

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  25. CHOCOLATES? Did I hear someone mention chocolates? MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Like I really need them. LOL

    Beautiful you is my first pick, but they are all on my list to read.

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  26. Hard choice, they all are on my to read list. I think I'll pick Rocking the Pink as my first choice. Thanks for the opportunity to win Chocolate!

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  27. The book that I thought I would most like to read is Beautiful You. I have not heard of Purdy Chocolates...and I'm a chocolate expert (?) so I have to research them.

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  29. I also will be participating with the "In your own Words Hop" that's scheduled for January. Is it okay to use the icon you created to spread word about it out here on the web on my blog? Of course I'll be giving you credit for the making. Jane

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  30. For Brenda said...
    Good Day!
    I am having trouble posting on your blog. I have recently joined as a follower, although I have been following for close to a year. For some unknow reason, I cannot leave a comment. I've tried 4 times to let you know I am cluttered, haha. But it just won't post. My Google account is


    I truely am inspired by all you do and love your blog.
    Brenda Montoya

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  31. The "In Your Words" hop looks *marvelous*!! Great job!!!! :)

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