Friday, June 15, 2012

The Grand Re-Opening Extravaganza Continues!

Don't worry. You still have approximately 8 hours to enter the first giveaway for a free book. But you guys are going to love this. This week's prize comes courtesy of the fabulous Jennifer Griffith. The BIG IN JAPAN author (being released by Jolly Fish Press July 28th) is giving away a 50 page critique.

How awesome is that?? Pretty darn awesome, if you ask me. This is a GREAT opportunity to get amazing advice from a multi-published author who knows her stuff. And all you have to do is one (or all) of the easy little things below:

* Leave A Comment about your experiences as a Mom and Author
* Follow the blog either via GFC or email subscription.
* Follow Twitter (@Mommy_Authors)
* Join our Goodreads group
* Like our Facebook page
* Tweet about the giveaway

This is NOT something you should miss out on, I'm telling you. So scroll down and get in on all the fabulous Mommy Author Grand Re-Opening Extravaganza action.

Jennifer Griffith is the author of four published novels including the upcoming BIG IN JAPAN (July 28, Jolly Fish Press) in which an obese Texan nobody goes to Japan and accidentally becomes a sumo wrestler. Mom of five kids, she lives in the Arizona desert, loves art, watching demolition derbies, and BOOKS! She blogs at, tweets at @GriffithJen and posts on Facebook at

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  2. Pants! I wish I could win this one, but as a contributor to Mommy Authors, I'm out in the cold.
    Good luck to all the entrants.

  3. Tried to comment yesterday, but it wouldn't work~ Hopefully today it will. I said :Being a mom is the bomb, but being a writer is pretty out of sighter... too! Good thing rhyming skills are not necessary to enter:}

  4. I will be your absolute best friend if I win!! It works for my kids, so I'm giving it a try :)

  5. It is a delicate balance, but for me, writing keeps me saner for the mothering parts of my life.

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  7. Being a mommy and a writer is like juggling a carton of eggs . . . delicate and tricky but if you can get the balance just right, there's plenty of time for both. Who needs sleep, right? :D