The release of my new book, I Need Some Help Here! Hope for When Your Kids Don’t Go According to Plan, is just a few weeks away! And to get ready, I have a few great FREE resources to get you ready for summer with your kids.
The first of these resources is my new eBook, Surviving Summer Vacation, Plans and Prayers for a Mom’s Sanity, and for a limited time it is available as a free PDF download. But you have to hurry to get it for free because once it is released on Amazon, I’m no longer in charge of the price!
And could I ask you a favor? Would you be willing to share it via Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or your blog?
To get the Free download follow the steps below:
Share it with family, friends, coworkers and followers on social media. Choose the platform of your choice:
Option #1: Post on Facebook:
Post about Surviving Summer Vacation on Facebook. Click here to share this post on Facebook.
Option #2: Post on Pinterest.
Post about Surviving Summer Vacation on Pinterest. Click here to repin this pin on Pinterest.
Option #3: Post on Twitter.
Post about Surviving Summer Vacation on Twitter. Click here to retweet this tweet on Twitter.
Option #4: Post About the Book on Your Blog.
If you have a blog, you can write a post about Surviving Summer Vacation. The first 20 people to write about the eBook on their blog AND send us the link will receive a copy of my upcoming book, I Need Some Help Here! Hope for When Your Kids Don’t Go According to Plan being released on June 6. Just email the link to your blog post to bronwyn
To Download your free book, Click here and fill out the form – it’s that easy!
She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
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