September 26, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "WICKED GOOD" ENDED

SEPTEMBER 26th to OCTOBER 10th, 2011

WICKED GOOD
by AMY LEWIS FAIRCLOTH & JOANNE LEWIS

SYNOPSIS:
  No one is perfect, not even Archer—but she would like to be. As an attorney with a possible judicial seat Archer struggles to maintain balance between her professional responsibilities and her responsibilities as mother to her adopted special needs child.
  Rory has Asperger’s Syndrome; he is sensitive, difficult, and stubborn. When Rory decides to go searching for his birth parents Archer has no choice but to join him. What follows is a wild journey of self discovery for both of them!
  Wicked Good is full of rich characters with whom you will cry, hope, laugh, and cheer.

THANKS TO GENEROUS AUTHORS,

AMY LEWIS FAIRCLOTH AND JOANNE LEWIS

 AND THE LADIES FROM WOW 
I HAVE ONE (1)  COPY OF THIS BOOK TO GIVE AWAY.
       HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO WIN.
 *ALL COMMENTS TO BE SEPARATE*
AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
SO THAT I CAN CONTACT YOU IF YOU WIN
*LEAVE COMMENT:  HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF ASPERGER'S
SYNDROME?  WHAT DISEASE IS IT ASSOCIATED WITH?
  
*EXTRA ENTRIES*
*VISIT THE MAYO CLINIC ASPERGER'S SITE AND COME BACK
  AND LEAVE COMMENT OF SOMETHING YOU LEARNED ABOUT
  ASPERGER'S SYNDROME.
*LEAVE SEPARATE COMMENT IF YOU PUBLICLY FOLLOW  THIS
  BLOG (IF NOT, GOOGLE FRIEND CONNECT ON RIGHT SIDE).
*LEAVE SEPARATE COMMENT IF YOU FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK.
*LEAVE SEPARATE COMMENT IF YOU FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER.
 *REMEMBER TO INCLUDE EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ALL ENTRIES. 
*U.S. AND CANADA RESIDENTS ONLY*
*NO P.O. BOXES*
**HONOR SYSTEM**
ONE WINNING BOOK PER HOUSEHOLD
PLEASE NOTIFY ME IF YOU HAVE
WON THIS BOOK FROM ANOTHER
SITE, SO THAT SOMEONE ELSE MAY
HAVE THE CHANCE TO WIN
AND READ THIS BOOK.
THANK YOU.
*GIVEAWAY ENDS OCTOBER 10th AT 6PM EST*
 WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN BY RANDOM.ORG AND NOTIFIED
VIA EMAIL AND WILL HAVE 48 HOURS TO RESPOND
OR ANOTHER NAME WILL BE CHOSEN
DISCLAIMER / RULES
Giveaway copies are supplied and shipped to winners via publisher,
agent and/or author.  This blog hosts the giveaway on behalf of the
above.  I received a copy of this book, at no charge to me, in
exchange for my honest review.  No items that I receive are
ever sold...they are kept by me, or given to family and/or friends.

I am not responsible for lost or damaged books that are shipped

from agents.  I reserve the right to disqualify/delete any entries

if rules of giveaway are not followed




34 comments:

Carol N Wong said...

Yes, I have. I have read several books by people who have Asperger's Syndrome and I knew a person in the mailroom at work who had it. It is associated with Autism.

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Carol N Wong said...

I learned that one of the symptoms is "one-sided, long winded conversations, without noticing if the listener is listening or trying to change the subject."


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Carol N Wong said...

I follow your blog publicly.


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Carol N Wong said...

I follow you on Facebook.


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Carol N Wong said...

I follow you on Twitter.

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happyskunky said...

I have never heard of Asperger syndrome before but I know it's associated with Autism.

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happyskunky said...

I have learned that Abilify is one of the drugs used as treatment.

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happyskunky said...

I am a follower on GFC

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happyskunky said...

I liked Cheryl Masciarelli on Facebook

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happyskunky said...

I am following @CherylMash on Twitter as @happyskunky

Amy and Joanne said...

How wonderful people are learning about Asperger's syndrome. Thank you for spreading the word and for including us on your blog.

mamabunny13 said...

Yes, I have heard of Asperger's syndrome. It is associated with autism.
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mamabunny13 said...

I learned that long winded, one side conversation is a symptom of aspergers syndrone. hmmmm... I get temporary Aspergers when I'm trying to have a conversation with my hubby.
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mamabunny13 said...

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mamabunny13 said...

I follow via fb-mamabunny shelor
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ann said...

Yes I heard of Aspergers before but dont recall hearing anything telling me what it is

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ann said...

i like on FB

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ann said...

I learned Aspergers is a developmental disorder that affects a persons ability to communicate and socialize well with other.

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ann said...

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vmkids said...

I know it is associated with Autism. I have seen more actors being cast as characters with it.
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Terrie said...

I've heard of it, mostly from TV characters having it - currently the little boy on Parenthood. A form of autism, it is portrayed as smart but socially inept and demanding of routine.

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Terrie said...

Yes I follow you publicly.

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Nicole C. said...

Yes, my son has Asperger Syndrome. He has really come a long way and is now a sophmore in college, living on his own, and doing very well!!!

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Nicole C. said...

I follow on gfc.

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Misusedinnocence said...

Yes, it's under the autism spectrum from what I recall.

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Misusedinnocence said...

I follow on gfc.

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Diane52 said...

I learned about how bright they are
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Diane52 said...

I follow via google
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degood said...

I have heard of aspergers before since we are currently investigating whether our five year old has it. It is associated with autism.

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degood said...

I learned that children with aspergers show social awkwardness and an all-absorbing interest in specific topics. Our son will take non-stop for 6+ hours about how vending machines make the items come out!

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degood said...

I follow you on gfc as degood.

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degood said...

I follow you on twitter as kmayans.

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susansmoaks said...

i have heard of it, i associate it with autism
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