Monday, December 7, 2009

Two Days to Launch, Prizes to Win, and an Awesome Gift Idea


Okay, so first of all, the book launch for Mormon Mishaps and Mischief is in two days. Two days, people! This is crazy cool, and before you ask, yes, I'm totally excited. This will be my very first book signing in which I'm actually on the author side of the table. Yahoo! And I'm lucky because if no one shows up, at least I'll have my co-author Cindy to talk to. No hours spent twiddling our thumbs and feeling stupid for us. No-sirree. (But please, show up. Please, please, please...okay, so I told myself I wouldn't beg. Enough of that!)

Now, lest you have forgotten in all my many posts, you are all invited to this launch. And I'll just add that Cindy and I are in the process of putting together the prizes and gift baskets, and this is going to be one launch you don't want to miss. But...if you can't make it, check out my sidebar for one of our other December signings. We're planning to have a few giveaways at those as well.

We'd love to meet you!

Now, moving on to other cool news:


I'm told there are several blogs giving away copies of Missing by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen. In case you didn't read my review the other day, scroll to the blog below this one or click here. This is a must read!  Click here, here, or here and enter to win.


Also, if you're looking for awesome cool prizes, don't forget about the Original Scrapbox 12 Blogs of Christmas giveaway. Click here to enter and find out more details.




My good friend, Mary Greathouse, has just released her newest creation, The Family Record Keeper. This handy-dandy little book is an organizing genius for vital information for everyone in the family. I've been waiting anxiously for this book to be released, and now it's here! Thank goodness. And just in time for the holidays, too. It's a great gift idea.



Here's the scoop:

A personal record journal for parents, children and grandparents  

Keep all of your important personal family records from babyhood through senior citizen years.,  All in one place.
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Personal information                          Education                                              Resume of my life experiences        
Identification records                           Medical records                                   Things I'd like my family to know
Immunization records                         Military                                                    Financial records, if desired
Employment                                          Religious activities                              Marriage and family
Organizations & activities                    Youth Activities                                     Scouting records


Customize to your needs

  • Compact,  7" x 9"  3-ring binder with removable pages
  • Add or remove pages to fit your needs
  • Individual sections for 5 different family members, more individual sections available
  • Each section includes 38 pages
  • Emergency information section includes contact information, meeting places, special instructions, etc.
  • Extra pages for  Special Occasions,  School schedules,
  • Year in Review section to track major life events, year-by-year.
  • Movable address pages
  • Lots of extra note pages to move to where you need more record keeping room
  • Grab and go in an emergency.  All of your records in hand

Click here to order your copy.

Got to run now, people. Lots to do! More later. Until next time, Write on!

Nichole


 

5 comments:

ali said...

Wow! Mary's book sounds great! Thanks Nichole :)

Taffy said...

I want to read 'Missing'! It looks good. The cover really looks good!

Mary said...

Wow, Wow, Wow! Thanks for featuring my book here. And good luck on your book launch. It sounds great. Wish I could be there, but, alas, I can't. Have a wonderful time.

ElanaJ said...

MISSING sounds AMAZING. Will put on my list. Good luck at your signing!

Nichole Giles said...

Thanks everyone! Both Missing and The Family Record Keeper are great ideas--for different reasons, obviously. But don't you think the titles go together well?

Nichole