I wanted to share just a few of this week’s book launch highlights:
- getting to see and sign copies of Introverted Mom in our local B&N
- reading new reviews on Amazon, like those that call the book “a warm blanket,” “soothing to the soul,” “life-changing,” and that “there is no other book quite like this” – so blessed!
- seeing the response to my Today Parenting article (Please use the buttons at the top of Today to “vote it up” and share, which could help me get on the Today Show to chat about introverted motherhood! You can vote once each day; thank you!)
If you’ve been on the fence about Introverted Mom, may I humbly encourage you to go ahead and order yours this weekend?
Let’s just say something’s coming soon (summer book clubs, ahem!), and Amazon is notorious for running out of copies! More details to come, but I can give you a few hints: personality, books, authors, global, fun for the whole family!
Weekend homeschool links:
- I see you, less than perfect kid
- How to determine if your child has “letter knowledge”
- People who read a lot of books are kinder and more empathetic (Yes!!)
- Embracing our strengths as introverted homeschool moms
- For the anxious parent of an anxious child
- To show your kids: IKEA makes furniture more accessible for those with disabilities
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