Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Shadows In A Timeless Myth Presents - Autism Awareness Giveaway

Hello and Welcome! 

What does Women's History & Women Authors 
Have to do with Autism Awareness ?
Very Little....
However, I have always been a firm believer in the philosophy
that reading to a child--any child--is the one gift you can give that will last a lifetime. So I present to you a selection of books and activities that you can share and enjoy with a child--plus a few books and musical jigsaw puzzles just for you.

If you would like to say Thank You In Return... 
Please Like Shadows In A Timeless Myth On Amazon
Our Book Trailer Video On You Tube

Gift Books In PDF format
(Please be patient, they take a moment to load.)
 A Little Book Of Fairy Lore 
Athena Queen of Storm and Air 

Before There Were Ewoks, There Was: H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy 

 Hand Shadows: A Sweet, Old-Fashioned Activity To Share With Children
Fifty Four Stories To Tell Children 
Georgette Heyer's The Black Moth
(Her First Book Written To Entertain Her Brother Who Was Bedridden.)
Crock Pot Magic: 475 Recipes To Help You Find Time To Read & Play

Gift Musical Jigsaw Puzzles

 A Hand Shadows Musical Jigsaw Puzzle 
Fairy Flight Musical Jigsaw Puzzle 

 Happy In Fairyland Musical Jigsaw Puzzle
A Knight and His Lady Musical Jigsaw Puzzle
 Shadows In A Timeless Myth Musical Jigsaw Puzzle

The Gifts Are All Free

However, If you would like to enter to win a 
PDF copy of my old-fashioned Regency Romance
A Very Merry Chase 

with a personalized inscription, 
please leave a comment below telling me what number you were when you
Shadows In A Timeless Myth 

On Amazon 

Or your number when you liked our
 Video Trailer
or our  
Shadows In A Timeless Myth Facebook Page

There are also lots of free gifts available at 
LadySilk's Regency Romance Revival 
On Our Complimentary Bookshelf
Or In The Photo Gallery On Our Facebook Page 
So be sure to bookmark us so you can come back after
The Autism Awareness Giveaway Hop Is Over.

Smiles & Good Fortune,
It is not wealth one asks for, but just enough to preserve one’s dignity, to work unhampered, to be generous, frank and independent. W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) Of Human Bondage, 1915

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