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Desperate: A Book for Every Mom

So I read a book I loved, and I want to tell you about it.

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It’s called Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe, and it’s all about helping moms where they are. (Read: in the hard stuff.)

In the midst of the messy, silly, challenging grind of daily life — and turning it into joy. My friend Sarah Mae wrote it (with Sally Clarkson), and they both know what they’re talking about.

Why?

Because they’re moms, of course.

As Ann Voskamp, bestselling author of One Thousand Gifts said in her stunning foreword:

“I hold these pages, words of Sarah Mae’s and Sally’s, that are a gift to every mother, that welcome mothers everywhere out of hiding and loneliness and into a fellowship of sisters and mentors, that will make you feel not alone, that will make you feel that there is real God-given hope.”

Want to buy it?

Do it this week, and you’ll get fun free stuff.

Here’s what you’ve got coming, should you choose to buy the book

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1. Do you want to use the book to do a book study with other women?

You’ll get…

2. Do you want to purchase five books this week?

You’ll get…

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Exclusive 5 X 7 Red Letter Art print (only available to those who purchase Desperate)

Value $19.99

A Mother’s Love Art print

Value $16.00

What should you do?

Purchase the book anywhere books are sold.

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How to get your Gifts?

In order to receive these free gifts, please email a copy of your receipt and your mailing address to desperatebook@thomasnelson.com.  This “Launch Week Giveaway” is running from 12:00am EST on 1/7/2013 to 11:59EST on 1/12/2013.  Your receipt must show the purchase of 5 or more copies of the book during this time period to receive your free gift.  Once your receipt has been reviewed, you will be sent an email confirmation and further details on the delivery of your gift.

For more questions, read about the book and the giveaways here.

Thanks for supporting Sarah Mae — and congrats on getting a book into your hands that sure to help you through the hard days…

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