September 2014 "How to Work and Homeschool" Giveaway!

Many thanks to the 2000 folks who have signed up to follow the public How to Work and Homeschool  ("HWHS") page on Facebook!

Having reached two-thousand followers friends over there, it seems like a good time to celebrate with another giveaway of the book.

For a chance to win a copy of How to Work and Homeschool  this month, please complete one or more of the following "missions" no later than 5 PM CDT on September 30, 2014. (Each task is another entry!):

• Leave a comment here on the blog on why you'd like to read the book.
• Come say "hi" via a comment on the HWHS Facebook page.
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• Tweet out this link:
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The winner will be contacted via email the first week of October.

Can't wait that long to get a copy? Details on where and how to purchase the book can be found on this page.

P.S. HWHS author Pamela Price can be followed here on Facebook, too.

Join Author Pamela Price this August in a "How to Work and Homeschool" Read Along

Dear Parents:

Starting August 3, 2014 over in the private How to Work and Homeschool Facebook Discussion Group, we'll be discussing the text of the book chapter by chapter. I'll also be supplementing the book with information gained from my experience coaching parents on how to homeschool optimally.

If you'd like to follow along with the discussion, then please be sure to grab either a print or digital copy of How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips, and Strategies from Parents via Amazon or Barnes and Noble. More info on purchasing the text can be found in my Amazon store or on (You can read an excerpt here.)

I'm looking forward to this journey and invite you to encourage other interested parties to join us.


Pamela Price
Author, How to Work and Homeschool

P.S. If you haven't already done so, be sure to find and follow the book's open Facebook page as well.

What Questions Can New Homeschool Parents Ask Veteran Homeschoolers?

This was the gist of a question by a HWHS reader. Here's the discussion that followed over on the HWHS Facebook page. (Just click on "Comments" to see the responses.)