It’s Early! Let the Giveaway Begin!

SURPRISE! Wit & Wisdom from the Parents of Special Needs Kids has made its Amazon debut early! That means it’s time to get this giveaway STARTED! WOOOOOOHOOOOOO!

You can now read a piece by yours truly that has never before been in print. And, no, I won’t be putting it up on the blog.

You can now laugh and cry as you read heartwarming stories from parents of children with autism spectrum children.

You are now able to order your own copy of this book filled with writing from the best writers in this genre! Many of them are my friends, and I’m serious when I say, they’re good! Here’s a description of Wit & Wisdom:

Wit and Wisdom from the

Parents of Special Needs Kids

Mostly True Stories of Life on the Spectrum

Edited by Lynn Hudoba

Wit and Wisdom From The Parents of Special Needs Kids brings together dozens of the best writers in the blogosphere, sharing their stories of both the challenges and rewards of raising children with autism and other cognitive disabilities.

More than forty essays are included in this unique compilation, covering topics such as sensory issues, the difficulties of social interaction, the impact on marriage and typical siblings, and the world of special education and therapies.

These parents cover the gamut of experiences — from initially receiving the diagnosis for their child and reconsidering their expectations for the future to learning how to let go of children as young adults – as well as an emotional spectrum from sadness and loss, to the frustrations of assimilating not-so-typical children into the typical world, to the joy of living amongst their often hilarious quirks and obsessions.

Wit and Wisdom From The Parents of Special Needs Kids is a must read for anyone whose life has been affected by intellectual disabilities. Every parent of a special needs child will identify with the life experiences included in this book — they are as varied, unique, and inspiring as the children themselves.

You also have a chance to win your own copy! One randomly chosen winner from the United States or Canada will be chosen on September 27th (original debut date) to win an autographed copy (ha ha!). Here’s how to enter:

You MUST be a subscriber/follower of Many Hats Mommy to win, as this giveaway is a “thank you” to all of my faithful readers. If you need to, you can find the “sign me up!” button at the top of the right side of my blog or the Facebook and Twitter buttons. 


My piece is titled “The Gift.” First entry–take a guess! What do you think the gift is? Also tell me how you subscribe/follow MHM in the same comment.

Optional Entries:

Share on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, however you like. You may share twice a day (at least 3 hours apart) however you like each day. Just remember to leave a separate comment for each entry. Each comment=1 entry.

That’s it! Let’s get this party started! 🙂

Jenny Herman

Jenny Herman wants to live in a world where dark chocolate dispensers reside on every corner. As a homeschooling special needs mom, she’s been featured in Autism Parenting Magazine, Wit and Wisdom from the Parents of Special Needs Kids: Mostly True Stories of Life on the Spectrum, and various blogs. If she survives the onslaught of testosterone in her home, she may take a moment to blog, read a book, try a new recipe, or loom knit a gift. You can find Jenny’s book The Power of One: Change Your Perspective, Change Your Life on Amazon.

20 thoughts on “It’s Early! Let the Giveaway Begin!

  1. The Gift – my 1st guess is it was the ability to slow down and enjoy the little moments. An ASD diagnosis will do that. Perspective. You are now able to see that the dust on the floor can wait, other things are more important.
    —Follow you through Twitter. —

  2. The gift is joy! What wonderful children the Lord has blessed us with! I found you through some great people on Facebook, and now I follow your blog on word press. Happy writing…. Grace for your journey!

  3. I’m guessing that The gift is Your children themselves. Children are a gift from the Lord and are fearfully and wonderfully made individuals. No matter what…each of our children are special.

    I found you through= Twitter, where I will share your post.
    which led me to= your blog on Word Press back in June, where I’m leaving a comment
    then= liked your page on Face Book, which I will share on my wall.

    I have enjoyed reading your guest writers, along with your reviews, and blog entries. Whether I win or not, may the Lord bless your book, and continue to bless your calling.

    Love & Blessings

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