Saturday, October 20, 2012

New Book Unveiled! Our First 100 Days as Newlyweds

Dear 100-Day Family,

You were there with us from Day 1 when we first started this blog back in 2009. So we wanted you to be the first to know that…

Brief Background: We've been traveling around the world for the past year, so it's been a process putting this together. We're in India at the moment, but know that we were listening to those of you who said the blog should be a book so we owe this one to you.

The book contains all 100 days from both of us, and we arranged them in a simple way that should provide the best reading experience.

Want to help?

Here are 3 ways you can support.

1) Write a review. We're on a mission. Our goal is to get 100 reviews before the New Year. Ambitious? Most definitely. Go big or go home, right? You were there from the beginning, so you saw the marriage unfold in real time. It would mean a great deal to us if you took a few minutes to write a review on Amazon to let others know what you loved or hated about our journey.

2) Spread the word. Much of the marketing for our blog in 2009 came from word of mouth. You shared links with family and friends and that allowed us to connect with more people. If you’d like to see this book go out to more people, simply share the book with your circle of influence through a phone call, an email, a text or a note on your social networks, such as:

MUST READ! Our First 100 Days as Newlyweds. If you want to dive into the crazy, real-life drama of a married couple, check out this book:

Or something like that.

3) Buy a copy. If you read the whole blog three years ago, you may not feel like you need to get the book. We understand that. We just wanted to make sure we included this option for those of who want the ebook version for your personal library or to buy a copy as a gift to someone you think would appreciate it.

Thank you again for your support and encouragement. 

Don't forget to stop by for the latest updates and marriage stuff. 

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From Russia (in India) with Love

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