Monday, January 25, 2010

Book Giveaway - Women of Virtue by Jodi Robinson

We talk about Virtue. We even think we know what it's all about. But do we? How does Virtue tie into beauty and self-esteem? There is such a thing as the beauty of virtue and it is the secret to feeling good about ourselves, both in how we look and who we are. In a world that has convinced women that they must look like supermodels to be considered beautiful, self-esteems and self-worth are suffering greatly. Jodi Robinson's book, Women of Virtue teaches correct principles based on LDS Church doctrine that connects virtue with beauty. There is beauty in virtue. And it is the kind of beauty that is felt with the heart not seen with the eyes. It's far more powerful than anything the magazines are selling. Women of Virtue is perfect for women of all ages. Jodi' presentation has been given more than 30 times since January 2009 to groups in Utah, California, and Idaho. To invite her speak, email her at jodirobinson2182@hotmail.com or visit her blog at www.jodimarierobinson.blogspot.com.
What readers are saying:
"Dear Jodi:
When I read your book, I have to tell you how much it helped me to have a better self-image. I was so uplifting and helped me remember my true potential as a daughter of God. I bought copies for my sisters and daughters, and even sent one to my daughter on a mission in Paraguay to read with her companion. I love to have it as a reference, because it is so easy to open and read a chapter, and it is all such a great reminder that I don't have to sit and read the whole thing again. Thanks for making in a difference in so many lives. Love, Kathy, Utah"
"Dear Jodi:
First of all, I would like to apologize for not having written sooner. You spoke at at my Young Women's in Excellence'. Your book is a gift to all women, so I hope you keep writing. Your book really touched my heart, and I just want to, again, thank you so, so much. Sincerely, Elizabeth, California"
"Dear Jodi:
I had a great conversation with my wife and daughter after attending your workshop. I think I understand better what they're going through. As a father and husband, I thank you. Sincerely, David, father of four daughters"
Women of Virtue is available at Deseret Book, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com. Request it at Seagull Book.
Win an autographed copy of Women of Virtue
Must be a follower of the blog to enter.
1 entry for sharing your thoughts on virtue
2 entries for sharing the current giveaway on Twitter or Facebook (please provide a link)
4 entries for posting about the current giveaway or the month-long contest on your personal blog or putting it on your sidebar. If you post about the overall contest, please let me know which book you'd like your extra entries put towards. (please provide a link)
Please include an e-mail address or other contact info.
Contest closes February 9th.
Contest open to residents of U.S. and Canada.
Join us on Wednesday. I'll be giving away, Torn Apart, by Diony George.

18 comments:

  1. I know Jodi and I can tell you that she "walks her talk" by being a true example of what she writes about. She has been a shining example to me of how a Woman of Virtue should act. It is an honor to know her and to have been taught by her.

    Thank you for helping to share Jodi's message by highlighting and giving away a copy of her book. Our world NEEDS more women of virtue, especially at this time when being virtuous is scorned by so many.

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  2. I'm a little slow in the blog following routine, but I finally realized what I needed to do. So I am now an official follower.

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  3. I was pleased to learn about this new virtue for the Young Women's theme. It fits, and should have been there all along. Thank goodness for divine inspiration.

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  4. I know Jodi personally as well (Pat too) and I would like to emphasize what Pat said in describing Jodi. It is spot on.

    "I can tell you that she "walks her talk" by being a true example of what she writes about. She has been a shining example to me of how a Woman of Virtue should act. It is an honor to know her and to have been taught by her.

    Thank you for helping to share Jodi's message by highlighting and giving away a copy of her book. Our world NEEDS more women of virtue, especially at this time when being virtuous is scorned by so many."

    Kristin
    joedanwill@msn.com

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  5. I am now a follower of the blog, and am currently figuring out how to post this giveaway on Facebook. Thanks!

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  6. I am a follower as primrose

    this book seems as if almost anyone could use the advice; I'd love to win it.

    yourstrulee(at)sasktel(dot)net

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  7. Thanks for the entries and follows, friends.
    How wonderful that Kristin and Pat now Jodi. I love being around women who are an example like that.
    I agree, this is a timely book for what our world needs. I actually taught my boys tonight about virtue, even though it's being emphasized for the young ladies, I think the boys need it every bit as much. I love what Elaine S. Dalton counseled to become virtuous, "Pray morning and night. Read your scriptures for at least five minutes. And smile." Seems a wonderful way to keep on track and remember why we want to be virtuous.

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  8. Oh, what a great quote! And what a good idea to teach virtue to your boys. I will have to do that, too. I certainly hope my boys are virtuous and seek to marry virtuous women.

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  9. This book looks fantastic. I think the most beautiful people are virtuous people--they have that inner glow, that sincere smile that makes them lovely.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. Great points Heidi and Rachelle. It is such an honor to be surrounded by virtuous people.

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  11. Thanks for highlighting my book Cami. You're contest throughout the month of January has been a success. I appreciate your letting me be a part of it.

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  12. I'm a follower of your blog. Virtue has always been a big part of my life and the things that I taught my children.

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  13. Oh, this is a very important subject and I believe all young people need to hear about it and heed it. Very important

    I'm a follower

    Heard about this from Carman.

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  14. sounds like a great book!

    thepeachykeenwriter[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  15. Hi! Carman sent me! I would love to be entered in your draw. Thanks.
    I just became a follower of your blog.
    wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. This book talks about improving self-image. It's not always easy to be positive about myself. If I win this book I'd like to learn ways that I can improve in this area.

    I am a follower

    nancyecdavis At bellsouth DOT net

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