Make Their Day Giveaway!

*WINNER ANNOUNCED!!!

Congrats to Emily (Comment left on February 9, 2021 at 12:23 pm) You are the winner! Please send your mailing address, along with what it is that you won, to: assistant@karenehman.com using the email you used when you left the comments and your prize will be mailed to you.

*GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!*

This week, I am celebrating the birth of book baby number 16, Make Their Day: 101 Simple, Powerful Ways to Love Others Well. To do so, I am giving away a fabulous prize package that includes a signed copy of the book, (worth a quarter more at your garage sale that way!) a Kindle Paperwhite, and a six-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited. But, before I tell you how to enter, here’s a bit about the book:

Ever think, “I wish I could do something for them”? Well, discover 101 “somethings” in my practical new book Make Their Day: 101 Simple, Powerful Ways to Love Others WellThis book will equip you to:

  • Encourage and celebrate family, friends, neighbors, and even strangers in unique yet doable ways.
  • Craft an arsenal of ideas for noticing others and making them feel loved.
  • Make creative memories on holidays, holy days, or on just an ordinary day.
  • Place people as a priority in your life, displaying the gospel as you do.

This book will help you develop habits of kindness, reconnect with friends and family, and make encouraging people a priority. Let’s outshine the negativity and hatred in our world, and reach out to others with love, just as God intended.

NOTE: When you order a copy Make Their Day: 101 Simple, Powerful Ways to Love Others Well before February 14, you’ll can receive a FREE downloadable PDF of recipes for Valentine’s Day gifts such as homemade peanut butter cups, cinnamon-spiced nuts and dark chocolate-cherry fudge, along with ready-made Scripture tags for photo-copying, and creative packaging and presentation ideas. Simply order from any retailer and then CLICK HERE to enter your info and claim your free PDF.

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Now, how to enter!

Simply leave a comment here telling us someone in your life whom you’d love to do something for in order to make their day and you will be entered to win. BONUS ENTRY: Post about the book on any of your social media accounts and you’ll be entered a second time. (My team will be scouring the hashtag #maketheirday to look for entries!)

Now, go out there and make someone’s day!

(U.S. Addresses only, please. Winners will be announced here and notified via email on Monday, February 15th. If we do not hear back within three business days, an alternate winner will be picked.)

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  • I would love to make the day of my husband. He works so hard for our family and we have been going through a bit of a difficult time and I would love to do something special for him. I would also like to make the day of my kids…I want them to look back on growing up and have good memories.

  • I would like to do something for my Godly mentor who has been teaching me personally for close to 20 years now! She is always spot on with Gods word and i remember every single one of her teachings as she has a way of bursting through my adhdness! Lol! She takes on alot and deserves to be pampeted and recongized!!

  • I would love to do something great for my husband. The last two years have been rough- he lost his dad in September of 2019, then his mom in November of last year. He’s a pastor too, and he’s been my rock as I lost my favorite uncle in December of 2019, and my father in March of 2020. I can’t imagine life without him, and he deserves so much more than the card and candy I got him for Valentine’s Day!??????

  • I would love to do something great for my husband. The last two years have been rough- he lost his dad in September of 2019, then his mom in November of last year. He’s a pastor too, and he’s been my rock as I lost my favorite uncle in December of 2019, and my father in March of 2020. I can’t imagine life without him, and he deserves so much more than the card and candy I got him for Valentine’s Day!??????

  • I really want to do special things for my husband. In the busyness of the past year with our kids school & work changes , I am aware that I have not been seeking ways to show him love in action. Excited to read your book and be encouraged to be a better student of his needs. Also looking for great ideas that we as a family can use to with the our widowed neighbors.

  • I really want to do something for our older neighbors that leave next weekend to move to be near their son. The man is having heart issues. They have very much stayed in their house since last March! I text with her occasionally but she is quiet. I cry to think of them leaving! We are in the country so their house is the next one but 1/2 mile away. I hope I can send her a unbirthday box once they are settled. They been living with most packed up about 9 months.

  • So very many people I love to love on with deeds of kindness! Currently, I would have to say the next person I want to send a little love and brighten her day is my friend and former pastor’s wife, Sharon! ? Thanks for the great book and the opportunity!

  • Would love to do something special for my grandchildren. This has been a hard year, and we are missing them terribly!

  • My Husband he’s been working hard stressed and has been struggling with a bit of high blood pressure. I always do what I can to make his days easier. I would love to make them stress free I’m so thankful for him and the two daughters that he has given me so I pray and ask God how I can be a blessing to him. I do the best I can wish I could do more

  • My Mom- she does do much for others. Actually the list is long of people I would like to encourage. Looking forward to reading this book!!

  • I would make my mom’s day. She takes such care of my grandmother each day and puts my grandmother’s needs above her own.

  • I would like to do something special, individually, for two new widows. Both women lost their husbands in the last 2 months. One is about 50 years old, the other is about 65, so they’re both young. I haven’t seen either one in a couple years but I want to reach out.

  • I would love to do something special for my Mom. She’s done so much for me and has sacrificed a lot for our entire family. I want her to know how appreciated and loved she is! ?

  • I would like to do something for my sister. She spends her life helping her daughter and son in law deal with his stage 4 colon cancer, and helping her son as a single parent of 3 young girls. And the stress of covid!

  • I’d love to do something to make my daughters’ day. Kathy and Susan have been with me through thick and thin and I don’t know what I would do without them.

  • I recently had foot surgery and someone set up a meal sign up for me. I am hoping to “pay it forward “ by doing the same for others!!!