So in honor of Valentine’s day, we’ll be giving away TWO copies of the new hit book – “Get Financially Naked: How to Talk Money with Your Honey” by Manisha Thakor & Sharon Kedar.
The winners won’t get them until *after* V-Day (cuz a certain someone was slackin’ on his game) but you’ll still enjoy it just the same! Plus I don’t think finances will be on your mind then anyways ;)
Here’s what Amazon has to say about it:
“This inspiring, action-oriented guide helps young women in committed relationships understand and manage their money matters. Complete with charts, graphs, case studies, and tip-based advice, this succinct, straightforward guide speaks to worried women in the same way that made On My Own Two Feet a mega-success.”
What do you think? Want to win it? I know it says it’s geared towards women out there, but having read some of it myself I can honestly say it’s still a pretty good read for men. Especially men who want to understand women more, and/or suck at communication ;) Maybe you both could read it together?
Here’s what to do to win:
- Leave a comment with what you and the mr/mrs will be doing this Valentine’s weekend.
- Leave contact info (email, blog, twitter)
Do it by midnight on Saturday, Feb. 13th, and you’ll be entered to win one of TWO free copies! I’ll use Random.org to select the winners, and I’ll announce ’em back on this post by Monday. Good luck everyone! It’s gonna be a great weekend, that’s for sure ;)
*Open to only those with U.S. mailing addresses (sorry)
** But you can always grab the book on Amazon
*GIVEAWAY OVER* The 2 lucky winners are…..Investing Newbie and Mrs. Money! Congrats ladies :) Stay tuned for more giveaways coming up soon.
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