Fantastic New Contest!

HAPPY SEPTEMBER!!! I am so excited for today. From today through 9/7 I am participating in the blog giveaway hop sponsored by I Am A Reader Not A Writer and Buried In Books. With over 300 blogs participating, there are literally TONS of books and bookish things being given away.

For this giveaway, I thought I’d give away some copies of my favorite reads for gifted kids, written specifically FOR KIDS!

The Smart Teens Guide to Living with Intensity

The Gifted Teen Survival Guide (revised)

101 Success Secrets for Gifted Kids 

Entering is easy. Just follow my blog in some way and leave a comment! Easy Peasy!!! Contest ends 9/7 as is open to the US only.

Oh! And for some fab YA fiction reads, check out my giveaway on my other blog, Christine Fonseca, Author.       
For more giveaway fun, check out the other blogs participating , click over to the I’m a Reader Not a Writer blog and go crazy!

Way to have some fun…Yes???

33 thoughts on “Fantastic New Contest!

  1. Pingback: Fantastic New Contest! (via An Intense Life) | Everyday Intensity

  2. Please don’t consider this comment when you choose the winner for the giveaway, but I want to be sure to thank you for including my book in such a great group of titles! Happy blogging. :)

  3. Cynthia

    These would be a great resource for both my children (ages 12 and 14)! One is starting high school this year and the other is homeschooled; both are intense :)

  4. I have only recently discovered your blog and have been hooked ever since. Your articles are very helpful in making us understand our wonderfully gifted, intense daughter. Would love to win your giveaway!

  5. Kathryn Thompson

    My son is convinced he is an adult now (at ten). It’s a chore keeping up with him. Any of these titles would be great to read.

  6. Sasha

    I am so happy to have stumbled onto your site! You seem like a wealth of information and I look forward to learning more about and from you!!!

  7. It’s great to see someone focusing more on the emotional side of giftedness. On my blog,, I focus more on the academic and implementation side, but want to know more about how gifted children are psychologically. Is it OK if I add your blog to my blogroll on there?

  8. I’m happy to find a new blog to follow – thanks! I’d love to get my hands on these books, and then share them on with other local parents of gifted. Sharing resources keeps us sane! :)

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