It's that time of year again! Time to reflect on all of the amazing things that have happened in our lives this year. Even if we think that nothing good has happened, there is always something to be grateful for. Maybe you're grateful for naps or something simple like that. I am grateful for so many things. I am grateful for my husband who lets me sleep in on Monday and Tuesday mornings and gets the kids off to school on his own. I am also grateful for the awesome teachers that my kiddos have this year who are willing to put their students first before themselves. They are truly selfless and hardworking. I am also so grateful for all of the amazing people in my life: my mom, my grandma, my friends online and locally. I am also so very grateful for each and every one of you who stops by my blog. When I first made this blog, I never thought that anyone would ever care about what books I had read or wanted to read. Now there are thousands of you who follow on Twitter, Bloglovin, GFC, Networked Blogs and every other way! It's unbelievable. I really appreciate it!
Today I have an AWESOME prize for you guys! I have one copy of the Confessions of a Teenage Hermaphrodite Audiobook from author Lianne Simon. This book was one of my Best I've Read last year and I am so in love with it. To win this book, you only need to be able to receive audiobooks through Audible.com. You can use an Audible account or your Amazon account. If you win and you'd like to sync the audiobook with a copy of the ebook on your ereader, Lianne has offered to include a complimentary copy of the ebook as well. So awesome of her! This is a clean book with some Christian themes. I would recommend it for all readers over 13 years of age. Here is the cover, the link to it on Goodreads and the Goodreads blurb:
From the heart of an intersex teen, one who must ultimately choose male or female—family or true love—comes the story of a deeply emotional and perilous journey home. This is a young adult novel unlike any other—an authentic portrayal of the issues faced by a child growing up with a sexually ambiguous body.
Jameson can be like other boys after minor surgery and a few years on testosterone Well, at least that’s what his parents always say. But Jamie sees an elfin princess in the mirror, and male hormones would only ruin her pretty face. For him to become the man his parents expect, Jameson must leave behind the hopes and dreams of a little girl. But what is so wrong with Jamie’s dreams that they can’t be her life? GOODREADS My Review MY BIR Interview with Lianne Simon.
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