Saturday, April 16, 2011

Give away-Made from Scratch

Well, the last give away was so fun, I thought I would do another.  I recently read, Made from Scratch, discovering the pleasures of a handmade life, by Jenna Woginrich and found it a fun and entertaining tale of one womans journey towards a more agrarian life style. 

The beauty of the book is the simplicity it lays out, showing the success and failure of raising animals, making bread,  and learning to play a musical instrument.  The last chapter includes recipes and patterns that the most basic beginner can easily follow.

if you would like a chance to win this book (yes it is OK for international) leave a comment, put it on FB and twitter and you get 3 chances!  Make certain to leave me a comment letting me know:) 
I will leave this open until Monday night.

13 comments:

Rose said...

I have posted on Facebook and Twitter. :-) I look forward to following your blog.

Sheila said...

I have been following your blog from Tonya's site.
I enjoy giving things away on my blog, but I rarely enter a give-a-way (because I like to see other people get drawn), but this book really intersts me....so thank you for the opportunity.

Tracey said...

This sounds like a wonderful read. I would love to be entered. Thank you.

Lisbet said...

Yay for more learning opportunities!! Thanks for the change Molly! :)

Julia said...

Looks like a neat book!

sarah in the woods said...

Sounds like a good book. Thanks for offering.

Storybook Woods said...

This looks great!! Clarice

Kelly said...

Sounds like a wonderful, informative read. Thank you for the opportunity and I'd love to be entered.

Jen from SewnNatural said...

this looks fabulous!! thanks for the chance. the book looks inspiring + i'm going to check it out further.

Rain said...

Just found your blog via Ginny.
Enjoyed my visit.
The book looks like a great read.
Blessings!

Emily said...

I can't wait to read it!

Emily said...

I can't wait to read it!

Plain and Joyful Living said...

Oh, I have read about this book and would love the chance to read it.
Warm wishes, Tonya