Giveaway!!! "Letter To My Daughter"

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This book is too incredible not to share with others.


My Aunt gave me this book a few months ago and I finished it later that same night. My Mother (also my Aunts Sister) died tragically when I was sixteen. And as we have shared in each others grief of her passing we have grown close over the years.

I am so grateful for the influential women in my life, First off my mother Maryetta for her incredible strength, My Aunt Rosemary for her ever loving heart, My Mother-In-Law Julia for her kindness, My Sister Marie for her charity, My best friend Michelle for her timeless friendship, Also for Kathy who takes in strays, Tiffany for her good example, and Jill for always trying to see the positive. There are so many more women whom I look up to and who have impacted my life but it would take up this entire web page to acknowledge them all.


This book written by American icon Maya Angelou is about a mother that has never had a daughter but if she did these would be the intimate stories of her life she would tell her. This book is honest, candid, and full of warmth and wisdom. It is a book to be treasured and shared.





3 Ways To Get This FREE GIVEAWAY



  • 1. Tell us about an influential woman in your life by commenting below.


  • 2. Twitter about this giveaway and let me know by commenting below.


  • 3. Share about this giveaway on your blog and let me know by commenting below.


"Letter To My Daughter" by Maya Angelou
Hard Cover
List Price: $25.00
Winner: Completely Free! S&H included. Winner will be announced October 1st at Everyday Mom Ideas. Check back on this date to find out if you are the Winner!

Giveaway ends October 1st

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25 comments

  1. wow what an amazing idea...I have just posted about all the many women who have been a big part of my life. please come on by and check it out.... Love Marie's Cozy Corner.... :P

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  2. I would say my mom...she had taught me what I want to become as a mother and wife.

    mellisarock at yahoo dot com

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  3. My aunt, she believed in me when nobody else would, she is like a second mom and my mom, she has made me who I am today, we have a very special bond

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  4. My mother died when I was 19. My grandmother has always been there for me....always.

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  5. Fantastic idea. I blogged it :) My mom and my sister have been the most important influences in my life- so thankful to have them.

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  6. And I tweeted about it too. I am now a Twitter Follower! By the way, I have a really great Jeanne Beatrice Market Basket giveaway going on over at Monkey's Momma (my other blog).

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  7. My sister and My mom have been both inspirational! When you get pushed down, get back up! I tweeted and am following you on twitter!

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  8. Hello all I posted on twitter also! I'm following you on twitter. Have a great weekend all

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  9. The influential woman in your life is my late grandmother. She was a kind lady and never bear a grudge against those who had hurt her or cheated her. She told me that we should always remember the kindness of others, and forget all the bad things they do to hurt us. Even though her right breast was amputated because of breast cancer, she was still optimistic and courageous when facing the difficulties in life. She brought great joy and happiness to those around her.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  10. I tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/aikchien/status/4384694209

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  11. I blogged.

    http://aik-friendsnfamily.blogspot.com/2009/08/list-of-worldwide-giveaways.html

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  12. I spent quite a bit of time with my grandmother growing up. She taught me to read and write and then to cook and sew. She also set a really great example for me when it came to marriage. They were the perfect couple.

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  13. I, too, lost my mother at a young age. I was nine years old. Although, I only got to know her a short time, she is still the most influential woman to me.

    The things I remember about her are amazing. She had a heart of pure gold and the sweetest spirit. She was giving, spiritual, a great mother and wife, and had many friends. Remembering her helps me strive to be the best person (wife, mother, friend, human being) that I can possibly be.

    As for this book ~ Maya has always been one of my favorite people! She is obviously an amazing author and poet, but more importantly, she is also a humanitarian.

    Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!

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  14. This book looks fantastic! She is such a wise woman...so soothing to listen to her narrate.
    As for the most influential woman--my maternal grandmother.
    While I only knew her for my first few years, it's those years that shape who we are...
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  15. My mom has been a great influence in my life. She is my best friend.

    Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest

    http://joyandleia.blogspot.com

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  16. truly a wonderful book. read it, put it on your shelf for a while, and then read it again.

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  17. My Mother in law is an inspiration to me in witnessing the wonderful relationships she's built with her children.

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  18. My mom is so strong and loving and beautiful. I strive to be as good a mother to my children as she has been to me.

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  19. What a great giveaway. My mom has by far been the most influential woman in my life and is the reason I am so thrifty and have my blog, www.thethriftyhom.com

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  20. My adorable mom, she has been an amazing woman in my life, I had my son at 28 weeks gestation ten years ago tomorrow, she was there every second. I got diagnosed with cancer a year ago in July and she has been there every second. I just WISH that I am going to be half of the mom that she is to me!!!

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  21. Shared this with others on my blog.
    ma21cuteboy.blogspot.com

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  22. My mom is my woman. The woman. There are many others...but she's the queen. She was killed when she was 58. Far too young. And as much as I missed out...I was almost 27...I have younger siblings who missed out on even more. They were 23, 20, 18, 15, and 11.

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  23. I will blog about my women this evening with a link to your post...

    http://conniesramblings.blogspot.com/

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  24. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yours is really nice and FUN!
    Although my mom and sister are very awesome and have always been there for me.
    I would have to say that the most influential woman figure in my life is my daughter. I had her when I was 17. She will be 24 in 10 days and she has always been "my little bit of heaven". She is and has been the most Christ-like female figure I have ever known.
    I have always felt she was my spiritual superior, an old spirit who had pity on me in heaven and agreed to come down and take care of me on earth. The lessons she has taught me are immeasurable.

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