Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Book Deal!!!!

Swag: Southern Women Aging Gracefully
I wanted to let you all know that Melinda RaineyThompson’s first best-seller, SWAG: Southern Women Aging Gracefully, is available for $1.99 for the month of September only. The discounted e-books are available through IndieBound, Kindle, Nook, and Google Books. I love Melinda and I am sure you will too...take advantage of this great deal today!!!

Book Description
 June 13, 2011
“Reading Melinda Rainey Thompson’s SWAG is like sitting on Granny’s porch swing eating a piece of pound cake with a sleeping cat wrapped around your ankles. You feel full, warm, and, most of all, grateful to be a Southerner.”
Celia Rivenbark, author of We’re Just Like You, Only Prettier

SWAG started as a lark when Melinda Rainey Thompson began a monthly mailing of her humorous essays about ordinary events from a Southern woman's perspective. Over several years, her subscription list grew to nearly 5,000 people in 28 states. Ranging from swimsuit shopping to squirrel battling, from magnolia theft to cemetery etiquette, Melinda Rainey Thompson’s delightful essays and clever lists reflect the everyday peculiarities of life in the South.

Ten Ways to Know if You’re a SWAG

You feel the urge to bake a pound cake after reading the obituaries.

You have had professional photographs made of your children barefoot and dressed in their Sunday clothes.

You’d rather have a fight with your husband than with your best friend.

You have stolen magnolia leaves, or you know someone who has.

You have monogrammed the middle of your shower curtain.

You could live without Yankees who equate your Southern accent with a low IQ.

You know better than to eat the potato salad at a family reunion.

You are socially conditioned to believe that tanned fat looks better than white fat.

Your children hide their Easter baskets and Valentine’s Day candy from you just in case you have a dieting lapse.

You believe that cocktail dresses do not double as church clothes.

More on MMBBR with Melinda:  Guest Post * Review of I've Had It Up To Here With Teenagers

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