Thursday, November 11, 2010

Unstoppable in Stilettos Giveaway

Unstoppable in Stilettos by Lauren Ruotolo is an extremely inspiring book about how a woman beat the odds and never let anyone else tell her what she was, or wasn't, capable of. See my review here. The publisher, Health Communications, Incorporated has been kind enough to set aside a copy for one lucky reader. The contest is Canada/US only, no PO boxes.

In order to enter to win a copy of  Unstoppable in Stilettos there are three things you can do:

1) Share a piece of inspiring advice you have received
2) Subscribe to In The Next Room by Google Friend Connect
3) Spread the word of this giveaway on your own blog and leave a link for me to check

Please leave a separate comment for each entry as well as your e-mail address so I can contact you if you win. The contest will run until November 26th at midnight MST.


Congratulations Aik!


  1. Many years ago, for an extremely personal situation, someone said this to me, "He's going down. Don't let him take you with him." I heeded that professional advice and have committed it to memory to apply it to other relationship situations and it has been good advice, indeed.

    Thank you for adding this giveaway to my Book-Your-Giveaway-Book November linky list!

  2. I am a GFC Follower!

    ruthcox at abitosunshine dot net

  3. I am following. I have been given some good advise years ago which I live by and it has proved to be worth the effect. Live by the Golden Rule and you will never be sorry so I treat everyone the way I would want to be treated and it works 99 per cent of the time and that is a good average. susan L.

  4. A piece of inspiring advice I have received is from my late grandmother.

    She says, "treat other with kindness and bear no grudge."

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

  5. I'm a follower.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

  6. a greta piece of advice i've received was "always meet people at THEIR highest level of contribution instead of the level you would want." i think of this everyday in my work with volunteers and it's priceless!

  7. following as jhb. I love this title. I am just five feet tall but scared to wear stilletos (literally).
    jhbalvin at gmail dot com


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