Amish Wisdom Anniversary Show – and HUGE Giveaway!

Suzanne Amish Wisdom

Tune in on Thursday at 4:00 pm Central! To listen in – go here and just click on the player in the top right corner. 

Welcome to the two year anniversary of Amish Wisdom – we’ve had some amazing guests on the show and this week we’re celebrating! My very first Amish Wisdom guest, Erik Wesner from Amish America, will be joining us. I so value his expertise and insight into the Amish and their lifestyle. Erik and I will be catching up and chatting about a few of the topics he’s been covering on his blog.

And now onto the HUGE Giveaway!
During this anniversary week I will be giving away ten 3 book prize packs. I’ve accumulated quite the collection of wonderful books since the show began and I’m gifting those to ten fortunate folks.

To enter just do 2 (or more) of these 4 things. 
Then leave a comment below letting me how you participated.
(If you already subscribe, Like SWF and Like the books – then just leave me a comment saying so. That will count as an entry.)
Open to US and Canada residents only.

1. Click the Share This button at the Amish Wisdom page and share the giveaway on one of your social networking sites.

2. Like Suzanne Woods Fisher on Facebook.  

3. Sign up for my newsletter here or here: http://suzannewoodsfisher.com/connect.
4. Like my books at Amazon.
We’ll be drawing 10 names from all those who enter on 3/14 and announcing it here on my blog

More about Erik Wesner: Erik is the author of the popular blog “Amish America.” During the interview we chat about Erik’s book, Success Made Simple, and about Amish businesses. Since 2004, he has visited 20 Amish communities in five states, and met roughly 5,000 Amish families in total.

As the 2008 Snowden Fellow at the Young Center at Elizabethtown College, Erik delivered a lecture entitled “Is Success a Four-Letter Word? The Amish Approach to Business Achievement”.

Erik has contributed to Amish-themed articles featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and other print media. He’s have also served as a consultant for numerous authors of Amish fiction and non-fiction.