January 4, 2009

Oh How About a Giveaway???!

The Old Stuff Give Away

Heart of the Matter is Having a Birthday Party!!! Sheesh--the first year always goes by so quickly! Happy 1rst Birthday Heart of the Matter! The very special, first issue of 2009 will be available online--for free of course--January 8th. Don't miss it!

Sooo, since I haven't updated this blog in a while and I need a great way to show you people some love....
I am offering the following:

Click on the books for details!

To Enter: One comment per entry--that's all! Say hello, whatever....but make sure I have either an email or that your blog links to your name so I can get in touch with you or I will go to the next random winner in the list.

The Drawing: Will be done by random.org on Saturday, January 10, 2009.

Oh, and if you don't know anyone on the spectrum these books would be a great addition to your homeschool library, your local library, a friend exploring options with their own kids, your church...the list goes on and on. I am giving these two great books up because my son does not have Asperger's Syndrome as originally diagnosed...he's more mid-spectrum. Potatoes, po-tah-toes...

One more very important detail...there will be TONS of blog contests on Heart of the Matter this week. So go...NOW...here...

7 comments:

Shannon said...

I am interested in knowing more about autism and Asperger's. I saw your link on momdot.com. Thanks.

Casdok said...

Hello!!! :)
And happy new year!

Amanda said...

Hi and Happy New Year. I would love to have this book. My 5 year old was recently diagnosed with Aspergers.

Hugs,
Amanda
amanda_mosley@yahoo.com

Jenn said...

My nephew falls some where in the spectrum and I would love to get this book for my sister.

Melissa said...

Hi Angela! I would love this book. Kris is on the spectrum and we know he is high funct. I think he may has asbergers...still going through evals with SSI. What a pain that is! Hope you have a fantastic new year filled with many successes!

mom said...

Hi Angela! This is a wonderful giveaway and will be a blessing to whoever wins it. Since it isn't something I'm dealing with directly, I would most likely donate the books to our library. However, I would rather see someone here who is struggling with a child who has had the dx win the books. So, don't enter me....but if another Tammy comes along wanting the book and leaving a comment, give her my entry, too! :-)

Blessings,
Tammy ~@~

Katy said...

This is a great giveaway. While I don't homeschool (learned of HOTM from Amy F.) I do work with children who are medically fragile as a pre-school teacher.


Unfortunatly due to the nature of spectrum diseases, Medicaid does not consider it a medical diagnosis. Therefore, in order for children who are autistic to come into my classroom they must have at least one additional medical condition...this puts a whole new spin on things.

I'd love to be able to win the books as I am studying MANY different medical disesas right now that pertain to the students in my class.