WMBTSDG: Giveaways List !!!

Writer Mama Fall 2007 Daily Giveaway Tiny BadgeHere it is, the list writer mamas have been waiting for…all the giveaways I’ve been collecting all month for the Writer Mama Back-to-School Daily Giveaway.

(Now let’s see if I can get this list posted before I have to get my daughter to another one of her back-to-school doctor appointments.) Here goes:

September 30th: Writer’s Market Deluxe 2008 by Robert Brewer (Writer’s Digest Books 2007) & Work It, Girl, 101 Tips for the Hip Working Chick by Wendy Burt and Erin Kindberg (Contemporary Books 2001) & Oh, Solo Mia! The Hip Chick’s Guide to Fun for One by Wendy Burt and Erin Kindberg (Contemporary Books 2003)

September 29th: The Street Smart Writer: Self Defense Against Sharks and Scams in the Writing World by Jenna Glatzer and Daniel Steven (Nomad Press 2006)

September 28th: Guide to Literary Agents 2008 by Chuck Sambuchino (Writer’s Digest Books 2007) & Calm and Compassionate Children, A Handbook by Susan Usha Dermond (Celestial Arts 2007)

September 27th: The Renegade Writer: Query Letters that Rock by Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell (Marion Street Press 2006)

September 26th: Novel & Short Story Writer’s Market 2008 by Lauren Mosko (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 25th: The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Success, by Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell (Marion Street Press 2005)

September 24th: Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market 2008 by Alice Pope (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 23rd: Freelancing for Newspapers: Writing for an Overlooked Market by Sue Fagalde Lick (Quill Driver Books, 2007)

September 22nd: Poet’s Market 2008 by Nancy Breen (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 21st: Plug Your Book: Online Book Marketing for Authors by Steve Weber (Weber Books 2007)

September 20th: The Beginning Writer’s Answer Book Edited by Jane Friedman (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 19th: The Endorsement Quest: A New Method for Finding Book Endorsements by Gregory A. Kompes (E-book on CD, Fabulist Flash Publishing 2007) and 10 Simple Solutions to Stress, How to Tame Tension & Start Enjoying Your Life by Claire Michaels Wheeler, MD, PH.D. (New Harbinger 2007)

September 18th: Formatting and Submitting Your Manuscript Edited by Cynthia Laufenberg and the Editors of Writer’s Digest Books (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 17th: The Confident Speaker: Beat Your Nerves and Communicate at Your Best in Any Situation by Harrison Monarth and Larina Kase (McGraw-Hill 2007)

September 16th: How to Write a Book Proposal by Michael Larson (Writer’s Digest Books 2007)

September 15th: Poetry for the People e-mail writing class starts October 3rd, taught by Sage Cohen Half-Price Certificate (transferrable) & Like the Heart, The World, poetry collection by Sage Cohen (Queen of Wands Press 2007)

September 14th: 7 Steps to Effective Web Content (E-book), How to be Web-word Savvy and Do More Business with Your Website by Elizabeth Short and The Write-Brain Workbook, 366 Exercises to Liberate Your Writing by Bonnie Neubauer (Writer’s Digest Books 2006).

September 13th: The Shy Writer by C. Hope Clark (Funds for Writers 2004)

September 12th: Six-Figure Freelancing, The Writer’s Guide to Making More Money by Kelly James Enger AND Special Bonus Book: White Bikini Panties: Say Goodbye to the Good Girl by Kelly James Enger (Kensington 2004)

September 11th: A certificate for a free one-year subscription to Writer’s Digest Magazine, Edited by Maria Schneider.

September 10th: Ready, Aim, Specialize, Create Your Own Writing Specialty and Make More Money (Random House 2005) by Kelly James Enger (The Writer Books 2003)

September 9th: Foolscap and Quill Writer’s Pocket Tax Guide (online version) by Darlene Cypser and The Write-Brain Workbook, 366 Exercises to Liberate Your Writing by Bonnie Neubauer (Writer’s Digest Books 2005)

September 8th: The Practicing Writer’s Directory of Paying Essay Markets E-book by Erika Dreifus and The Practicing Writer’s Directory of No-Cost Literary Contests and Competitions E-book by Erika Dreifus.

September 7th: You Can Write Children’s Books by Tracey E. Dils (Writer’s Digest Books 1998) and E-Parenting, Keeping Up with Your Tech-Savvy Kids by Sharon Cindrich (Random House 2007)

September 6th: A Cup of Comfort for Writers Edited by Colleen Sell (Adams Media 2007) Copy donated by contributor Sage Cohen

September 5th: How to Write the Story of Your Life (memoir writing) by Frank P. Thomas (Writer’s Digest Books 1989)

September 4th: The Marshall Plan for Getting Your Novel Published: 90 strategies and techniques for selling your fiction by Even Marshall (Writer’s Digest Books 2003) AND Eating Heaven by Jennie Shortridge (NAL Accent 2005) & Riding with the Queen by Jennie Shortridge (NAL Accent 2003)

September 3rd: The Renegade Writer: Query Letters that Rock by Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell (Marion Street Press 2006)

September 2nd: The Writer’s Little Helper: Everything you need to know to write better and get published by James V. Smith (Writer’s Digest Books 2006), Jr. AND Koenig’s Wonder by Linda Kuhlmann (novel, Llumina Press 2004)

September 1st: The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Success, by Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell (Marion Street Press 2005)

Coming in the next post: The Rules…please be sure to read them. 🙂

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23 Responses to “WMBTSDG: Giveaways List !!!”


  1. 1 Pattie August 28, 2007 at 7:37 pm

    DUDE!!! What a list!

  2. 2 Julianne August 28, 2007 at 8:27 pm

    Those are some great prizes. I’m going to be a commenting fool!

  3. 3 Stephanie August 29, 2007 at 1:08 am

    Wow! What a great pile of prizes! I’m so excited!

  4. 4 Meryl August 29, 2007 at 7:43 am

    “You must comment to the post describing what you want to win.” If the contest calls for posting on the day of a prize — how does one describe what they want to win considering it’s a prize a day based on the days you comment?

  5. 5 Cynthia August 29, 2007 at 8:44 am

    This is awesome! You’ll definitely see my entry on all of those days. The prizes are too good to pass up on. The books seem very helpful for a busy she-writer 🙂

  6. 6 homemom3 August 29, 2007 at 12:24 pm

    oh ya gotta love that list!

  7. 7 Mrs. Jones August 29, 2007 at 12:30 pm

    I love contests where you actually WANT the prizes~~ GREAT list!

  8. 8 MAD survivor August 29, 2007 at 4:22 pm

    My kids are grown but are here often. I still consider myself a “writingmama”. One never outgrows being a mom! What a great list of wonderful prizes.

  9. 9 Mary Jo C. August 30, 2007 at 11:09 am

    Can’t wait! Let the games begin…
    P.S. I didn’t see a copy of WriterMama in the list….

  10. 10 Liz Jones August 30, 2007 at 12:33 pm

    Great list! I for one would love to see the agent guide– I’m not familiar with that one!

  11. 11 Diana September 3, 2007 at 10:05 pm

    Christina,

    I adore your creativity! And your desire to share!
    Thanks!

    Diana

  12. 12 Mar September 4, 2007 at 6:54 am

    Well, this IS a fantastic idea…kudos! Not really sure of what more I can say other then I have been trying for the past 8 yrs to get my ideas into books and just can’t seem to do it of my own accord….these books would be WONDERFUL to have! No one would walk away from my nonfiction, NOT beleiving in miracles!! awesome idea…again, Kudos!!

  13. 13 Jen Mujica September 8, 2007 at 6:43 am

    Your prize list is a GREAT reference guide! I see lots of books I would love to have…I better keep posting. 🙂
    Jen

  14. 14 Leigh A. Kidwell September 14, 2007 at 4:12 am

    I can’t beleive it! My baby girl is two today. Man how time flies! I was looking at her playing yesterday in the yard with her big brother and thought to myself, her babiness has gone away:( She is no longer carrying that extra weight in her belly babies carry and her fat little chubby legs are no longer fat and chubby, instead she is actually getting tall and thin. As a mother, you want them to grow up so you can get things done, but we need to remember to just hold on and let it come naturally. Soon enough, they will be asking us for the car keys and we will be left behind to worry about them in the big world.
    Happy Birthday Sarah….I love you!
    Momma


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