GIVEAWAY — Stephanie Snowe’s hilarious ‘Meeting Mr. Wrong’

meeting_mr_wrong In honor of the start of a brand new week, I’m happy to announce my next giveaway — for Stephanie Snowe’s hilarious memoir Meeting Mr. Wrong: The Romantic Misadventures Of A Southern Belle (see my 4-star review and check out Stephanie’s blog).

From the back cover:

‘Don’t email me if you want a supermodel. I’m twenty-two, divorced, and I have twins. I’m also overweight, unattractive, and have no education to speak of. I’m pretty much not going to bring anything to the table except the fact that I’m pretty nice and won’t ask you to pay my bills. Here’s my email address. Don’t email if you’re full of it.’

With this ad, Stephanie Snowe relaunches herself into the world of dating. In this real-life account, she discovers that the search for Mr. Right can include a lot of wrong turns. With light-hearted sass, Stephanie introduces us to each Tom, Dick, and Denny, and their neuroses, pets, mullets, lies, and puking.

A girl can get discouraged having to deal with dive-bombing birds, first-date proposals, and eavesdropping mothers. Is there a knight in shining armor out there with a higher IQ than his horse? Stephanie hopes so. 


Want to enter?

I really loved this book, and I’ll be happy to pass it on now to one lucky winner! And, you know, I’ll probably include some other goodies in there, too. For one entry, just leave a comment on this post. Make sure to include your e-mail address. That earns you one entry.

An optional bonus question? Tell me your craziest relationship story — good or bad. I have some good ones, but to protect my “innocent” ex-boyfriends who may or may not be prowling around here, I’ll refrain (for now — but you’ve been warned!).  

And, of course, for one additional entry, blog / Twitter / e-mail / etc. about this contest, and then let me know that you did so by either including me in the post or leaving a separate comment here with the address to your post. One entry per mode of communication!

Contest open to U.S. residents and ends at noon on Friday, March 27. Winner will be chosen by and e-mailed shortly after.

Good luck!

28 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY — Stephanie Snowe’s hilarious ‘Meeting Mr. Wrong’

  1. A crazy relationship story: I had a first date with someone, and of all places, he took me to see Golden Glove Boxing. There were like 10 different fights I had to sit thru. I still can’t believe he thought I would enjoy that!


  2. Please enter me. I’ll have to think on whether I want to share a crazy story — or rather, which ONE to share! Thanks for the chance!
    geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com


  3. ohhh! i really want to read this…but i don’t have a crazy relationship story…unless you count the fact that i’m still madly in love with the guy i met 17 years ago in college. that’s pretty crazy in today’s day and age, right? 🙂


  4. Sounds fun. Thanks for entering me. I don’t really have any crazy relationship stories to share. Sorry.

    carolsnotebook at yahoo dot com


  5. I have a few romance stories that I could tell! When I was in high school and had broken up with a long term boyfriend my dad decided to fix me up with a guy he wanted to see me with. I worked with the guy so I knew him but he wasn’t my type. I agreed to go out with him because he was funny and I thought it might be a nice dinner. It was a disaster! He was showing off and was rude to the waitress and everyone else. When I told my dad what a jerk he was he wasn’t so pushy anymore. And the guy I went out with the following week was the guy that became my hubby after college. Daughter knows best!


  6. I really don’t have one…the guy who took me to the red-neck skating rink didn’t last!!!



  7. Oooh I just saw that! Is it too late to participate? I even have a crazy relationship story!

    Well, it’s not crazy as much as it is kinda funny. When I was 16 (ages ago lol) I went out with that christian guy I met at a friend’s house. He was a year or two older than me, beautiful, funny, etc. He seemed very respectful of me, too, mostly because of his values. Then, 2 weeks later, he told me God had talked to him in a dream and agreed for us to sleep together, since we would get married as soon as I was 18. Eek! I never ran so fast!


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