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Giveway: Black Heels

March 28, 2011

No no, not these black heels

Although, those are pretty hot.

No, I’m talking something even hotter!

Yes sir-ee! The Pioneer Woman’s most beloved love story is now sold in stores but you can win it here in my giveaway! This book contains the first 40-something chapters she featured on her blog, which ended with the wedding day, and continues with the details of their first year of marriage, etc. Having read and cooked through her cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks, I know the illustrations and storyline are going to be more than entertaining. I can’t wait to read it, and I can’t wait for you to win it!

How to enter:

1. Answer the following question in the comments section of this post: Have you read the first part of this book on The Pioneer Woman’s blog and if so, will you re-read it? This is mandatory. I read the chapters as she posted them (weekly?) on her blog but that was however long ago so I’m definitely going to start at the beginning.

2. Tweet about this giveaway and leave a separate comment linking to the tweet.

Giveaway ends Monday, April 4th at noon central time. Winners will be randomly selected and will be announced later that night. Good luck!

*Disclaimer: Giveaway is sponsored by me, Rachael Houser, and not by The Pioneer Woman or the publisher.


  1. emmysuh says:

    Oh yay, I love books.

    I read some of the chapters she posted, but web serials are hard for me to read because I like to read in one big chunk and not wait, I lose my train of thought and connections. I would definitely reread.

  2. jordan says:

    Sure have read it! 🙂 I loved reading it & think I might have even done so, twice?

    Anyways, I’d definitely read it over again, if I won.

  3. Tamela says:

    I think I tried reading it a while back but something happened to where I couldnt… Cant remember why right now thought…so I would love to be able to read it!

  4. steph anne says:

    Oooh, I’ve never read her book before so I’d love to now!

  5. Erin says:

    I read it! I love her writing style! I wish I could cook like her!