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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Secret Recipes for the Modern Wife: All the Dishes You'll Need to Make from the Day You Say "I Do" Until Death (or Divorce) Do You Part...Giveaway!

It's giveaway time! Nava Atlas graciously sent me a second copy of Secret Recipes to giveaway. This is a perfect for a girlfriend gift or just to keep for a fun read. You can read my review here.

To enter: there are several ways to win, but I have one main request: it would be nice if you would change your blogger profile so that your email address is visible, if it isn't already. It's very easy: go into your blogger profile and click the little box next to the words, "Show my email address". Once you do this, people can respond to comments you make or easily answer your questions. It's really nice, and it's a neat way to make new friends.

1. Leave me a comment, with an email address, telling me something you love about your husband. If you're unattached, tell me something you're looking for in a husband.
2. Blog about this giveaway.
3. Become a follower.
4. Change your blogger profile to show your email address.

Leave a separate comment for each and that gives you up to 4 chances to win.

I'll announce the winner on Saturday 7/11. Good Luck!

**Comments are now closed. Giveaway winner announced above.**

17 comments:

  1. Okay, I'll break the ice and go first. I love that my husband gets up on weekends and cooks breakfast for all of us. Thanks for the giveaway. milou2ster(at)gmail.com

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  2. I'm not sure if this includes international readers but if yes,please count me in.I would love to win this book.I don't have a husband and I would not like to have one but I still have to cook for myself,the kids,extended family (AND long list of applicants who want to be my husband-just joking!)
    yk (at)toptruecrimebooks(dot)com

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  3. great giveaway! I love that my hubby always goes out of his way to make me happy :)
    http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love that my husband doesn't get after me and say "I told you so" even when he really could!

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  5. My hubby spoils me too much, he's the best!
    delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Men get better with age, at least the good ones do. We are empty nester's. When the kids left my husband started washing the dishes after every meal that I cook. It would have been nice if he would have done this earlier but, oh well, I appreciate it now. If we have company for dinner he gets up, clears the table and washes all the dishes while I visit. Thanks Holly for your awesome blog!

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  7. My husband is fantastic. I love that he doesn't whine when I whine, doesn't ever complain if I buy something for me, does his share of the housework (and sometimes mine too), is still as considerate as the day we got married.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  8. My dh makes me coffee every morning - not just turn the pot on but steam the milk, add the syrup and a spritz of whipped cream

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  9. I am now a follower of your blog... glad I found it through RAnn

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  10. I love a lot of things about my husband. Today, though, it's that he cooks dinner twice a week and does all the vacuuming.

    carolsnotebook@yahoo.com

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  11. I would love to read this fun book! What I love about my husband is he is very funny! He can do voices. He does Christpher Walken really well and Bill Clinton. thanks! jacquecurl1@gmail.com

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  12. I am a follower. jacquecurl1@gmail.com

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  13. I love that he has always done at least his share of the household chores, and that's without ANY nagging on my part.

    ruthjoec at aoldotcom

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  14. I love the fact that my husband cooks (even though I sometimes miss cooking, since he also makes unfathomable messes and I spend all my time cleaning up after him). I'm trying to usurp his territory, though . . .

    bookfoolery at yahoo dot com

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  15. I'm a follower. Sorry, I don't want my email address to show! However, I've added it to my sidebar so that people can contact me if they want to quote from a review because they're doing it, anyway, without my permission! Annoying. I'll just write my email, again.

    bookfoolery at yahoo dot com

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