[Entry deadline: REACHED. Winners announced.]
I always hate the day after Christmas, when all of the build-up has passed and the anticipation is gone and the atmosphere feels like it’s taking a
sniff after a really sloppy sneeze.
But then I remember: There’s still New Year’s–it’s not over, yet!
And to keep that holiday “something’s coming my way” feeling going just a little bit longer, I’m holding the easiest contest in the world, whose winner will be sent a free paperback copy of No Children, No Guilt. (Not everyone has an e-reader, you know.)
Whether you’ve already decided not to have children, aren’t yet sure, or want nineteen of them, No Children, No Guilt takes a casual and humorous, but honest, approach to the decision-making process and what those considering not having children are faced with.
Maybe you want a copy for yourself, or maybe you want it for a family member who told you over Christmas that you’re looking “light” on offspring. Whatever you want it for, this copy right here in the picture to the left will be put in the mail on Tuesday, January 3. (If you were hoping for the owl ornament in the last post, you can’t have it. That was a Christmas gift to me, and I love it, and it’s mine.)
To be entered to win: Leave a comment below that answers this very simple question: “Why do you want a copy of No Children, No Guilt?” Anyone can enter – women, men, singles, couples, and everything in between.
(If you say, “I just like free stuff,” don’t worry. I won’t be offended. I like free stuff, too. And if you want to make something up, feel free to do that, too. Anything goes.)
Winner will be decided like this:
I’ll put the names of everyone who answers in a hat (one entry into the hat per person, not per comment – if you leave more than one comment, your name still only goes in the hat once). Victor (who makes his debut in an upcoming article I wrote for DINKlife.com), eyes covered or averted, will reach into the hat and pull out a name, and that person will be the winner.
Winner will be announced on December 31, 2011, at 7:30pm EST.
And yes, I’ll ship to countries outside of the U.S.
Happy New Year!