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WRITE: Blog Tour, The Me Project by Kathi Lipp

Posted by on February 25, 2011 in Christian living, Kathi Lipp, Me Project | 17 comments

UPDATE and WINNERS: Wendy Leech‘s name will be entered into the drawing for the Starbucks gift basket (be nice to her, Larry, there’s still hope). And Virginia Smith wins my review copy of The Me Project! Thanks, all, for your kind posts and comments!

Welcome to a special WRITE blog tour post and some bonus information about The Me Project, reviewed here earlier this week. Do you need extra motivation to pursue God’s great plans for your life? Make sure to check out author Kathi Lipp’s “Three Super Simple Kick Starts: Living Your Dreams.”  

And don’t forget to enter the Deluxe Starbucks Coffee Gift Basket giveaway at the bottom of this post, too! Leave a comment on this post on or before February 28 if you’d like to enter.

I’ll draw one name to win my review copy of the book and another which will be entered into a pool to win the gift pictured below. (US addresses only, please.) Make sure to include your email address linked or stated in the comment. And if your browser won’t let you leave a comment, please e-mail me so I can include your name in the drawing. (Click “contact” link to the right of this blog). 


The Me Project – 21 Days to Living the Life ?You’ve Always Wanted
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN-10: 0736929665, ISBN-13: 978-0736929660
Release Date: February 1, 2011
Paperback: 224 pages, Retail: $12.99
Book Summary
(San Jose, CA) Has that rush to make (and break) New Year’s resolutions already waned? According to Daniel Pink, author of ?Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, taking small steps every day will not only help you stay committed to your goal, ?but will also help you ultimately achieve that goal when obstacles come up. Author Kathi Lipp wants you and your friends to live out those dreams—and have some fun along the way.
As women, we forget the goals and dreams of our younger years. The busyness of everyday life gets ?in the way. To-do lists replace goals. The Me Project provides women with fun and creative ways to bring back the sense of purpose and vitality that comes with living out the plans and dreams God has planted in our hearts. Kathi Lipp’s warm tone and laugh-out-loud humor motivates women to take daily steps toward intentional goals. The end result? We get back our lives and enjoy living in the confidence of a purposeful life in spite of our chaotic schedules.

This handy guide coaches women to do one simple thing toward achieving our goals each day for three weeks. A woman experiencing the exhilaration of a rediscovered life offers more as a wife, mother, friend, volunteer, career woman.

Finding the balance between living day-to-day with purpose while pursuing the passions God has placed in our hearts is a delicate pursuit. In this refreshing, insightful book, ?Kathi lays out a doable plan that makes sense and helps make our God-given dreams ?a reality. Never stop dreaming, because women who dare to dream do make the world ?a better place. 
—Jean Blackmer
    author of MomSense: A Common Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
    Publishing Manager, MOPS International www.MOPS.org


Author Bio
Kathi Lipp
Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker, currently speaking each year to thousands of women throughout the United States. She is the author of The Husband Project and The Marriage Project, serves as food writer for Nickelodeon, and has had articles published in several magazines, including Today’s Christian Woman and Discipleship Journal. Kathi and her husband, Roger, live in California and are the parents of four teenagers and young adults. For more information visit her website: www.kathilipp.com

Grand Prize Giveaway:
Deluxe Starbucks Coffee Gift Basket
  • Three 2.5-oz. bags of Starbucks coffee
      (Sumatra, House Blend, and French Roast)
  • Tazo black tea
  • Starbucks marshmallow cocoa
  • Almond roca
  • Almond roca buttercrunch toffee cookies
  • White chocolate and raspberry cookies
  • 2 Starbucks mugs
  • Keepsake black bamboo basket
$62 value

17 Comments

  1. Love the question you posted: “What life has God uniquely created for me?”
    It’s so easy for me to fall into the trap of comparing myself to others – other authors, other teachers, other wives, other…whomever!
    Thank you for reminding me to follow God’s unique design for me!

  2. I loved The Husband Project. This one sounds good, too!

  3. Thanks, Ava and Virginia. Ava, that emphasis on God’s plans was one of my favorite things about the book. Ginny, I hope to read The Husband Project soon. It I’ll enter both your names in the drawing (and look forward to seeing you both at the Florida Christian Writers Conference!).

  4. Looks great. Thanks!
    aubreyfick@yahoo.com

  5. Thanks, Aubrey! I think so, too. 🙂

  6. What a great question and the timing is perfect. I left Word Weavers this morning feeling fulfilled and though I am yet to be published I have a sense that I am walking in His purpose and he will bring it about in His time.
    He who has called you is faithful and will also do it.
    1Thess. 5:18
    Jacqueline@jacquelineking.com

  7. Thanks, Jackie! You have it: His timing is perfect and His ways are right.

  8. Marti, I’m so grateful I was turned on to FB and was able to re-connect with you and learn about what you are doing. This is great! I will be a regular visitor. The book mentioned is in line with what I have been pursuing – still trying to find out what I want to be when I grow up, hahaha… really – not funny. My dreams have been buried for way too long and need to be revitalized. I will seek out this book. Sharon

  9. Marti, what do they mean by the select profile below? I entered my email address – not accepted. I entered my website – not accepted. I thought URL was our web address. It kept telling me I had illegal characters no matter how many times I changed it. Can you help?
    sglenwinkel@mac.com

  10. Comment.

    Does that count? : )

  11. Sharon, you got through so no worries. Many people who leave blog comments already have their own blog and/or a “profile” on one or another sites (like Google, WordPress, etc.) and it’s just asking if you want to access that. You did fine!

    Larry–you’re in (if KCW doesn’t throw you out!).

  12. My impressions from the sell copy above: I like the assignments to do one simple thing towards your goal for three weeks. Intriguing enough to make me want to check it out.

    Wendy Leech
    hockeymomwendy@yahoo.com
    P.S. If Larry wins he should give it to me. I wrote more in my comment. :o)

  13. Wendy, I’m sure if Larry wins he will share (as long as you take him to Starbucks). Thanks!

  14. Oh I want to be put into the drawing, please!

    thanks!

  15. I would love to learn more about “fun and creative ways to bring back the sense of purpose and vitality that comes with living out the plans and dreams God has planted in our hearts.” Sounds like a book all women would find helpful! Thanks for the drawing opportunity!

    Diana
    prusik@fidmail.com

  16. Sally and Diana, Thanks for the comments. I have a policy about not posting negative reviews. But I have (or actually God has) one about telling the truth, too. I’m confident you’d like the book. I’ll post winners tomorrow!

  17. THE RESULTS: Wendy Leech’s name will be entered into the drawing for the Starbucks gift basket (be nice to her, Larry, there’s still hope). And Virginia Smith wins my review copy of THE ME PROJECT!

    Thanks, everyone, for your comments. Be sure to check out today’s READ review of the latest offering from one of today’s most distinctive voices in fiction, Joyce Magnin.

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