How Fathers Change Lives Book Giveaway, Ends 6/13!

How Fathers Change Lives

How Fathers Change Lives Book Giveaway

Five Winners!!

How Fathers Change Lives: Stories of Remarkable Dads is a brand new book by Greg Hague. It is a collection of 52 inspiring stories from remarkable dads.
It features stories from

  • Darren Hardy, Success Magazine
  • Michael Twitty, Conway Twitty’s son
  • Rudy Ruettiger, from the film “Rudy”

and many more!

How Fathers Change Lives back cover

This book would make a great Father’s gift! You can purchase it from Amazon on paperback for $11.37.

Or you can enter to win it FREE! 5 people will win a FREE copy of How Fathers Change Lives: Stories of Remarkable Dads on either paperback or Kindle (winner’s choice). The giveaway will end on 6/13 at 11:59 pm est. OPEN TO WW!

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Hi! My name is Cady, and I’m the owner and editor of Got Giveaways?! I’m a former journalist turned SAHM to my daughter, Lucy, and part-time writer and virtual assistant for deal bloggers.

Comments

  1. My dad made it to all my softball games & tennis matches. I knew I could always count on him being there.

  2. Lucy Lopez says:

    My favorite memory of my Dad is when I was 8 I sprained my ankle the day before the last day of school. He went to the school to get my report card and was told I had to be there to get it. We didn’t have a car and couldn’t afford a taxi so my dad picked me up and carried me in his arms all the way to school and back.

    • Crystal @ Got Giveaways? says:

      Wow! What an amazing dad! That really is a touching story, thanks so much for sharing it with us.

  3. Georgia Beckman says:

    One of my fondest memories of my dad is his worth ethic. He never missed a day of work. Ever. And when he was at home, he was always working in the yard, keeping it meticulously manicured, or puttering about the house. He was a good man.

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