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(Giveaway) #1: Readers Digest Treasury of Joy and Inspiration

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For over 90 years, America has turned to Reader's Digest Magazine for incredible real-life stories. They lift the spirit, move us to tears, and inspire us in unique and exciting ways that we never dreamed possible.
Now, for the first time ever, these amazing articles are available in a special collection to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Reader's Digest.
The book includes 25 wonderful stories of Miracles, Gratitude, Giving, Holidays, Healing, and Joy that will warm your heart in lovely and surprising ways.
Discover uplifting moments and life lessons from:
* Christopher Reeves
* Billy Crystal
* James Michener
* Helen Keller
* Dwight D. Eisenhower
* and many more.
This treasury is perfect for readers of all ages, and makes a thoughtful gift for someone who has had a special influence in your own life.



Review:
I've been reading Readers Digest my whole life. That's not really an understatement either... as soon as I could comprehend pictures and holding books, I had copies of Reader's Digest in my hands. It blossomed to me reading "the funnies", which are the sections like, Laughter is the Best Medicine, or All In A Days Work. These stories pulled me through every stage of my life. Keeping me highly entertained.
Now Readers Digest comes out with this book, Treasury of Joy and Inspiration, and it is a gem I tell you. It walks you through every emotion, empathy, love, humor, sadness, compassion and patience, and leaves you feel good not bad. That's how a great book is born and this book is great!
One of my favorite stories is so touching, I literally blubbered like a fool. It was about a love that was so pure, it was the stuff fairy tales are made of. Only this was someones' real life. It is a story that will stick with me every time I look at my hubby. 
So I urge you, get a copy, or even enter to win my giveaway and try to win a copy. I think you will love all the stories inside, and might even find one that resonates through you.


5/5


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DISCLAIMER: I received a copy for review. I was not compensated. Giveaway provided courtesy of FSB Associates. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Probably not funny enough for Reader's Digest. I read that stuff my whole life too. I still enjoy it now.

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  2. I have many funny stories.
    Many funny things have happened to me.

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  3. Life is full of them!
    My husband & I run a small ranch. One winter he was trying to charge the battery on the old tractor. He was parked beside the old pump house & would work, shut the lights off & go. Upon returning would be frustrated that the battery hadn't charged. We enjoyed a chuckle upon realizing that the light switch controlled the power to the outlet the cord to the battery charger was plugged into!

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  4. Winning $10,00.00 from Santa after my husbands s truck was stolen.

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  5. Great review. I'm a huge fan of Reader's Digest and look forward to my subscription yearly. Good luck to everyone!

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  6. inspiring is watching your son after brain surgery relearn everythign adn teh amazing resiliance adn strength that kids have ..my son got sick and had brain sugery.. we spent 45 days in hospital with him .. the things we saw adn learned were life changing <3 so gretful to be one of the lucky families that got to go home with a happy healthy little boy who is completly 100% recvered and well

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