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Free Copies of All Things Homeschool ~ 180 Devotions for Homeschooling Mothers

I recently self-published my second book, All Things Homeschool ~ 180 Devotions for Homeschooling Mothers. And I would love to have some feedback on the book in the form of reviews.

If you would be interested in writing a review on Amazon or on your blog (with a link to the book on Amazon), I would be more than happy to send you a free paperback copy of All Things Homeschool.

Provide a way for me to contact you in the comments and I will get a copy in the mail to you right away.

And truly, I appreciate the help of my fellow homeschooling mothers more than I can express with words. Thank you in advance.






Day 331 done :)

Jan L. Burt

author of The Homeschooling Mothers Bible Study

& All Things Homeschool ~ 180 Devotions for Homeschooling Mothers

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  1. Pick me, pick me! ;). I would be honored to do a review for you!! Meppave@yahoo.com

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    1. Michele - I sent you an email today. You're such a wonderful friend, my prayer is that the Lord will bless you beyond measure. Love ya!!

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  2. I found you today as I came searching for encouragement as I find myself and friends growing weary as our children grow older. I would be happy to read and review your book.

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    1. Hello Allison! My email is janburt@cox.net. If you can email me your address I will get the book mailed to you right away. Thank you for your willingness to review it!

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  3. I left a review on Amazon today! I will email you my info. What was your first book? Thank you!

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  4. I'm a homeschool mom of four, ages 9, 7, 4, and toddler. I've been searching for a devotional that is tailored to homeschooling parents. If it's not too late, I'd love to be able to review.

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    1. Hello Sarah! It's not too late at all! Please email me your mailing address (send that info to janburtauthor@gmail.com) and I will ship a copy to you right away! Then email me again to let me know your review posted to Amazon and I will mail a copy of my prayer devotional! Thank you and God bless you as you homeschool for His glory!

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    2. That e-mail address is coming back as undeliverable. Is there an alternate?

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    3. Sarah, I'm sorry about that! Not sure what is going on with my gmail. Could you send your info to janburt@cox.net? I'm sure that one works LOL! Thanks so much!

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  5. I'm a homeschool mom of four, ages 9, 7, 4, and toddler. I've been searching for a devotional that is tailored to homeschooling parents. If it's not too late, I'd love to be able to review.

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