Monday, January 05, 2015

Radical Homemakers Book Trio Giveaway!!



Hello dear readers! Have you been following my radical homemaking efforts here on the blog over the past year, wondering what it's all about? Have you thought about how you might make small changes in your own home towards greater sustainability, green living and financial freedom? Today, I'm announcing a little giveaway to get you started: three books by author and homesteader, Shannon Hayes!

Shannon Hayes, author of the popular manifesto Radical Homemakers, has a wonderful new book called Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled, which is comprised of 29 essays taken from her weekly blog posts. These two books, along with Shannon's inspiring cook book, Long Way on a Little, will go to one lucky La Maison Boheme reader. This is your chance to start your very own radical homemaking library!


photo via Shannon Hayes

The Radical Homemaker gift set includes one copy each of Long Way on a LittleRadical Homemakers, and Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled. Read more about these titles HERE.






1. Leave a comment below and make sure I have a way of contacting you 
either via email, Facebook or through your own blog.

2. BONUS ENTRY - Share this giveaway via your own blog, 
Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.


It's as simple as that!
Leave one message in the comment section below, and if you like, a second comment letting me know that you've shared this giveaway link elsewhere.

The contest giveaway is open to US and International readers alike - I'll ship to wherever you are! Make sure that you leave your email or Facebook information so that I can contact you when you win.

This contest ends on Sunday January 18th and the winner will be announced on Monday the 19th. While you're waiting to hear back about the results, please visit Shannon's website: The Radical Homemaker.

Good luck and happy Radical Homemaking!

26 comments:

Ashly said...

I just dumped out my stockpile of seeds last night to plan for this year's and next year's gardens. We're overhauling half of the yard to dedicate to raising chickens and food! These books would be a welcome addition to our library! I'm adding them to my amazon wishlist!

Ashly said...

I also shared this link on face book! ;)

Michelle said...

These books look great! Thanks for doing the giveaway. :)

Cranesong said...

Wow, I had never seen Shannon's books or blog. These look awesome!
-Trinity

Hilary said...

I'm so curious about this authors work. Thank you for introducing me, Sarah! Even if I don't win, I'll definitely be doing further research.

Marla Teyolia said...

Yay to Radical Homemaking!!! Me want

Marla Teyolia said...

And am posting on FB as well

Cranesong said...

Shared on FB! :D

BonnieBelle said...

These look great! Hope I get to read them :)

Rachel Anderson said...

Throwing my hat in!! I want want want! It will pair up perfectly with my "read more, watch less tv" resolution. On that note, enter me again because I'm going to share this giveaway on my facebook business page. Ironically my second resolution is use facebook less. I am a woman of many contradictions. Happy New Year!

Laura Grace Weldon said...

Shannon Hayes is a guiding light isn't she?

I have a funny story about where her term "radical homemaker" led me. I was contacted by a regional newspaper for an article about radical homemakers. Apparently they decided I was enough of one to write about. Since I have books to promote, I took a deep breath and agreed to the interview. (Here's what that was like: http://lauragraceweldon.com/2010/06/28/me-a-radical-homemaker/

But this isn't the funny story. Ladies Home Journal must have run across the local article. They contacted me to be one of several women they were interviewing. Despite my claims to happy hermit-hood, again I agreed in hopes of selling some books. One the hottest day of the year my family patiently posed for hours in our hayfield, for two hours. None of those photos were used. Worse, the article was titled "Radical Housewives." Yeah. I'm not agreeing to any more interviews....

laura grace weldon said...

I've really got to learn to proofread comments...

jenconbar said...

So curious!

paul coves said...

It's a new year - I have new resolutions! It's time for change and some books to assist would be awesome!

Victoria said...

These sound like just what I need!

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Uszáma said...

Thanks for chance. My email: mutier.uszama@gmail.com

Uszáma said...

Shared via Facebook (Uszáma Mutier)

Alessandra Lalla said...

I shared on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alessandra.lalla.750/posts/1595227084033296?pnref=story

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Rachel Williams said...

looks like great reads, thanks for the chance :)
shared on fb - Rachel Williams
shared on twitter - @tuesmatoutmonde

Joy Mwaniki said...

These books sound great! I'd love to check them out!
Thanks for the opportunity!

cari said...

What a fantastic reading list!

Cecilia Hanna Good Juju Goddess said...

So happy I found your blog. Radical homemaking speaks to me. Sharing on my Facebook page (Good.Juju.from.ceccilia) and my Twitter account (Good _Juju_Land). 😃

Ribbon said...

Love your past blogs on radical homemaking-now I need to learn more about it. I have a small garden @ year with a mix of vegetables, flowers and herbs.

Victoria said...

These books look amazing and just what I need to jumpstart my little wannabe suburban homestead!

Michelle Tucker said...

I'm very interested in this. From growing up in the country on a medium sized farm to now living in the city, I want to "get back". I miss so many things, almost everything really. I'd love to give these books a read.
michdtucker at gmail dot com

Michelle Tucker said...

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