31 Days of Creative Homemaking: Now on Paperback!


I have a little secret.  Back when I launched 31 Days of Serving My Husband: The Devotional, I put to print my very first book.  While I was at it, I went ahead and set up 31 Days of Creative Homemaking for the Modern Day Woman as a paperback and it has been sitting over at Amazon for months.  
Since then my real life friend, turned blog friend, Sara, posted on Instagram that she recently picked up a copy of the paperback book.  And I pretty much squealed with delight.  And then I had to look closely again to make sure she didn't just print off the ebook.  But that would be crazy because the book is 97 pages of full cover.  If you want a hard copy, don't print out your ebook.


So I figured if Sara was buying the book, someone else out there might want to, so I should probably finally tell you all.  It is a bit pricier than my devotional mainly because it is a lot bigger and in full color.  I honestly don't even make a very big cut from these books (I actually make more off the ebooks!) but I wanted to make this available for those who want that hard copy.  I am far from an experienced best selling author, but these pages are little pieces of my heart.   I love to support and have in my hands these types of heart gifts that some of my favorite bloggers have to offer.  And I know that some of you feel the same way about me.  Which is crazy.  And amazing.  And blows me away.


So if you could use a little encouragement for your home and would like to have a little Domestic Fashionista around, in hard copy form, to remind you of these things, this book is for you.

Thank you already for all the support this ebook (and the devotional) has gotten.  Being able to self publish these series are such a huge check mark off of my blogging bucket list and I feel so blessed that my words and stories can encourage you all.

Find out more about the book and purchase the ebook or paperback here (once there, scroll down to the bottom of the page to view info on buying the paperback):


http://www.domesticfashionista.com/2007/09/31-days-of-creative-homemaking-ebook.html


Also, if you have purchased any of my books, would you consider leaving a kind review over on Amazon?  Even if you purchased it in ebook form, any encouraging words you could leave would be greatly appreciated! xoxo



18 comments:

  1. I can't believe it - this very morning I was thinking about this book and wishing it was in a paperback, which I much prefer to ebooks and when I saw this post, I just could not not believe it!! So happy to get it and I also bought your other book too! Happy dance!!! Thank you!!

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  2. Maria that makes me so happy to hear! I am the same way about needing to have a book actually in my hands! Hope you enjoy them both! xoxo

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  3. My husband and I were married 38 years. I miss him every day.

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  4. My Husband and I had both given up on love existing when we met, neither of us felt it was a realistic emotion and we were so wrong! mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  5. Tweeted https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/475724422892892160

    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  6. I met my husband on the Internet. We actually dated for a month and broke up while in college. He wanted to settle down, and I wasn't quite ready for that. We remained friends, and a few years later, gave dating a try again. Now, we've been married for 5 years. :-)

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  7. I met my hubby in japan. we have been together 7 years and we are expecting our first baby in Nov!!!!!!!

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  8. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/476192888015970304

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  9. My hubby and I met through his mom (I worked with her) and I had actually dated his brother first!

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  10. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/476556569258127361

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  11. I met my hubby in Venice, Italy and fell instantly in "like". Then fell in love, hard...

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  12. I met my fiance in a club. Not a great story but it worked. We have been together for 10 years and have a beautiful daughter.

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  13. We dated a year and a half before he proposed. Better to wait awhile and be fully committed!

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  14. I had a HS sweetheart and while we went away to different colleges, we always picked up where we left off when we were off from school during the breaks and during the summer. After college we dated consistently again and I thought he was the one but in the end, it didn't work out. We wanted different things in life and our personalities grew apart.

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  15. https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/477896353725423616

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  16. i married my high school sweetheart and we have been married 27 years


    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  17. i posted a tweet:

    https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/478365302288175104

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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