Monday, May 4, 2015

The Guilt-Free Guidebook For Moms Blog Tour with Top 10, Favorite List, & Dreamcast

Written by a veteran mother of nine still up to her eyeballs in mud pies and mayhem, The
Guilt-Free Guidebook for Moms is sure to keep you tickled, tearing up and turning pages as you
learn how to break free of the chokehold of an endless To-Do list, so you can finally enjoy the
beauty that is all around you.
Brimming with baby steps, The Guilt-Free Guidebook for Moms will help you:
• Eliminate guilt and perfectionism
• Identify the “Superwoman Burnout” cycle that keeps you trapped in monotony
• Escape the “Compare Snare” to shine in your own light
• Finally and fully embrace the Joy cradled in your arms and in your heart.

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Amy Price loves to create, write, and dream in and around managing the chaos generated by
her amazing husband, their nine children and their lively homeschooling lifestyle. Amy
considers herself a “recovering addict” where babies are concerned. She just can’t get
enough. Her hobbies include preserving memories, quantum physics, designing wild and
delicious cakes, and death by pasta. Her kids and their friends consider her everything from
hilarious to crazy, and she just gets better with age.
From only child to “CEO” of a bustling household, one constant in Amy’s life has been her love
of writing. Team that with her natural draw to children and studying at the Institute for
Children’s Literature became a given. Amy and her family currently terrorize the Rocky
Mountains of Idaho, but she looks forward to sharing her message of Joy around the world.
With a wealth of ideas from self-helps to coaching programs, mysteries to fantasy novels, you
never know what Amy will come out with next, but it is sure to revolve around her continuous
message of love, family and joy.

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  1. Hey Beautiful, Thank you so much for sharing my book on your blog. I appreciate all that you are doing for readers and authors alike. Lots of Love! Amy

  2. Some of the best memories I have of my Mom are when I was in the hospital after my accident, and she stayed by my side for the entire stay except for 3 days. Because she had to go back home one day to renew her driver's license and one weekend she went home to get more clothes and stuff but she always made sure someone else took her spot with me! Oh, by the way, I forgot to mention that my hospital stay was over 3 hours from home and I was there 63 days! The first 3 weeks I was in Intensive Care. Love you Mom, you are the best!