{Book Giveaway} How to Work and Homeschool




I'm so very grateful to the many loyal readers who have helped to spread the word about How to Work and Homeschool this summer. The book launch was very successful, and I have to credit it to good friends in real life and online!

Several people have left nice reviews on Amazon, and then there were the terrific, thoughtful reviews and comments during the blog book tour.

Now, as I promised on the Facebook page, it's time to give away a copy of the book here on the blog. This giveaway is a celebration of a successful book launch! Woohoo! And because this giveaway is an act of gratitude, I'm going to make it easy for you to register for a chance to win.

Simply leave a comment below about why you want to read the book. Deadline for registration is Friday, September 13 at 5PM CDT. The winner will be selected at random from the comments only and announced the following week on my Facebook page. One quick comment--that's all it takes.

If you'd also like to pin this post to Pinterest or give me a follow and shout-out on Twitter or Facebook, then that would be much appreciated. But it's not required for this giveaway

Note, too, that if any of you are interested in a Skype-based Q&A author chat with me for your homeschool group or co-op this academic year, note that you can message me via the Facebook page and we'll see what we can set up.


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17 comments:

  1. I would like to read this book to help me in my new journey of homeschooling my son while managing my younger children and working part time.

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  2. I'm recommending great homeschooling books on my blog all the time, and would like to share yours too. On a personal note, however, I would like to see how you do it. I've had to cut my hours back so much to homeschool, and would like one day to figure out how to add some back.

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  3. I am starting my first year homeschooling and both my husband as nd I work out of the house. Any help and insight you can give me would be great!!

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  4. Because it's like stepping into a tub-full of ping pong balls. But the rules insist no ping pong balls can leave the tub. That's why! When does one sleep?

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  5. This is my first true year of trying to juggle paid work and homeschooling my 3 children. I'm finding it challenging to say the least! Would love all insights and tips...

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  6. This is our first year homeschooling our high school son. Both my husband and I work outside of the home. We've made great strides in the last 5 weeks (so I am 100% positive that we made the right decision). But, I still can't help but wonder if there are not things I could be doing better. I'd love to read your book on homeschooling and working.

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  7. As a single mother, I have homeschooled off and on, but this is the first time I am trying to homeschool while I run my own business from home. I can tell already that this is a big thing I'm undertaking and I want to retain my own sanity as well as both enjoy my children and help my business be successful. Your book sounds wonderful!

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  8. I have been homeschooling for five years now, but with three kids, I am finding that I need to earn some money to help pay for their lessons and activities. I would love to benefit from your expertise!

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  9. I have been home for 5 years, and NOW, just when my kiddo entered Kindergarten year, I have a JOB. It's a good job, that's I'd like to keep, because it allows pays well for minimum hours, but I know now how much more my kid could benefit from homeschooling, since he has just last week been identified as gifted, and is bored in school. I'd love to read some insight on the ins and outs.

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  10. I would love to read this book because after 9 years of putting my life on hold for my children and family(I mean that in the best possible way), I am following my dreams and becoming a flight attendant and home schooling my children. I am following my dreams of traveling the world and hopefully my children will see me following my dreams and will follow theirs. But I am going to need all the help I can get! :-)
    I also belong to big home school networks around town that I can recommend to ;-)

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  11. I would love to hear other perspectives on working and homeschooling. I recently returned to work outside of the home and am homeschooling my 13 year old son. I think it will help me to juggle it all and "defend" my decisions. Looking forward to additional input & knowledge! I would also like to be able to brag about another book to the other parents in my homeschooling group!

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  12. I need to read this book because I am just getting started homeschooling and need to learn to better manage everything!

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  13. I am homeschooling part time and about to go back to work part time. i could really use this book! ive heard great things about the advice within.

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  14. Do bragging rights count? :)

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  15. I so wish I could devote more time to homeschooling - do the cool experiments and build the projects - but I'm working while he's schooling. I must say that I am blessed to be able to work from home, otherwise I wouldn't be able to HS at all. I'm focusing on being more productive in MY work so I can squeeze out some extra time for one-on-one schooling...

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  16. I am a working parent of two delightful boys. I am considering homeschooling next year, as I don't like the middle schools in our area. Trying to gather all the information as to the best way to structure our days, best materials, etc. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with me.

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    1. Congrats, Audra! You WON! If you could please contact me either through the "Contact" button at HowtoWorkandHomeschool.com or via FB (https://www.facebook.com/howtoworkandhomeschool ), that'd be great.

      Thanks!

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