Crappy Pictures – Book Giveaway!
I’m giving away a copy of the new book Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures by Amber Dusick! I’m celebrating YOU, my reader, celebrating the humor in parenting, and celebrating the first Crappy Pictures book being published!
All you have to do is hook yourself to my rapidly idling star in at least one of four possible ways:
That’s it! The more you do, the more chances you get. A winner will be picked in the same official manner as the last giveaway and announced this weekend. (No, I cannot pin it down more than that. If you require an explanation, the “Parenting…” book should cover it. Just Subscribe, Like, Follow, Follow right now, and you’ll be good)!
If you have already done any of these four things, you will be automatically entered to win because I think you are awesome and you make me feel like prom queen.
So, about the book. I’m not gonna do a review. You can pretty much guess how I feel about the Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures book from my post about the Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures blog. Instead, I’m gonna treat you to a few hilarious reviews by other people.
Please do yourself a favor and read How To Be a Dad’s review which contains a short animated trailer of the book. That could be my crappy boy and my crappy baby and me. In fact, I’m pretty sure I have a video of my kids and me saying almost exactly the same thing (not about the book, about the poop). I just never thought to animate it which, oddly, makes it so much less disturbing and way funnier. It’s also why Amber has like four million subscribers and I have closer to four (that’s where you come in: Subscribe! Like! Follow! Win a free book!).
Kim Bongiorno at Let Me Start by Saying thinks Amber is watching her, but I think Kim is watching me. We are parenting twins. She had two kids in less than two years. She has two black cats (only one of mine is black, but still). And, she thinks she and Amber could be BFFs. I’m pretty sure Amber feels that way about me, since she commented on my blog post about her. Well, she thanked me. And then never returned. And went on about her life and published a book. I think you can see what I mean. Anyway, if you want to know what I think of the Crappy Pictures book, read Kim’s review.