Tuesday, February 02, 2016

50 FREE Cutie Bees Bodysuit Adorable Organic Clothing for Babies pay 3.95 for shipping




The Cutie Bees brand of healthy, non-toxic apparel for baby and kids is giving away 50 of their adorable, organic bodysuits for babies and toddlers! From February 1st through February 7th, the first 50 people to sign up will win a *free organic bodysuit - a $20 value! The bodysuit gift will be randomly selected from an assortment of gender-neutral styles. Choose from sizes 0-24 months. *$3.95 shipping charge applies.

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The Cutie Bees promise:

NO harmful dyes

NO pesticides

NO phthalates

NO formaldehyde

NO fire-retardants

NO harmful chemicals ever!

The Cutie Bees bodysuit helps you ditch toxins with every use, so you can dress your baby in style without worrying about harming your baby or the planet! The one-piece suit won’t come untucked so it stays neat on your wiggling cutie. It stretches gently (a must for diapers!) and springs back to shape with each and every wash. In true Cutie Bees style, this super soft bodysuit fits well over diapers, uses non-toxic water based dyes, and is the only bodysuit you’ll want to use over and over again.

Why Choose Non-Toxic Clothing?

More than 8,000 chemicals are used in clothing manufacture; it's a sure bet you and your kids are wearing many as you read this. Most of these chemicals contain carcinogenic ingredients, neurotoxins, endocrine disruptors and allergens that could be downright hazardous to your health. Did you know “organic”, “sustainable” and “eco-friendly” does not mean the clothes do not contain any toxic chemicals as well?

Why it matters more to YOUR baby:

When toxins are absorbed through your skin — your largest organ — they bypass your liver, the organ responsible for removing toxins.

YOUR baby’s skin is more porous than adult skin making it easy for the chemicals present in clothing to enter into their internal organs that are still developing and maturing. There are "critical periods" in early childhood development when exposure to a toxin can permanently alter the way an individual's biological system operates. Not every baby is same, so while these chemicals may appear to develop itching, skin rashes, swelling, dermatitis and eczema in some, they may not appear to bother others. If your baby has mysterious health symptoms that you can't seem to get control over, it's worth checking out whether your baby’s clothes could be the problem.

Cutie Bees baby clothes are healthy and non-toxic, so you never have to worry about the harmful chemicals hiding in your baby's clothing. These clothes are made from 100% certified organic cotton and are hand finished without any harmful chemicals. Cutie Bees follows strict procedures and inspections throughout the entire process. And, they even test their products to ensure no harmful chemicals were found in Cutie Bees baby clothes before they are sold.

Claim your free organic bodysuit: https://freebodysuit.cutiebees.com/

The Real Estate of Things by Nitin Deckha Book Tour and Giveaway


 The Real Estate of Things is a comedic story about real estate, spirituality and politics in the sprawling, multicultural suburb of West York.

Fifty-something Shaku Sehgal is looking for a new lease of life. With two grown kids and a supportive accountant husband who gardens, she’s followed her best friend, Neelam, into the exciting world of real estate. While she dreams of becoming the premier realtor of West York City, a position currently held by the much envied, Ruth Leslie, Shaku’s languishing at her current brokerage, SuperStar Realty.

To jumpstart her career, Shaku sneaks into a real estate conference and learns about a new redevelopment contest for a local derelict site. Part of the prize is to be an exclusive broker for the chosen new development. Shaku successfully pitches it to her brokerage, teams up with the young up-and-coming realtor, Jason Sevende, and they throw their hat into the contest.

Soon, Shaku and Jason find themselves competing against teams across the city, including Shaku’s friend, Neelam and the doyenne of luxury realty, Ruth Leslie. Not only that, the contest draws the attention of global spiritual guru, Chakra Sahib, and the ire of a seemingly anonymous movement protesting and threatening to derail the whole redevelopment.


Join Shaku, Jason and the band of realtors as they confront obstacles and reflect on the meanings of success, love and friendship in this epic race amongst realtors, The Real Estate of Things.

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Nitin Deckha is the author of a collection of short stories, Shopping for Sabzi (2008). His fiction has been published in magazines, edited collections, and chapbooks and he has read his work across Canada, the US and India. In 2010, he was featured as part of the Canadian Writers in Person lecture series at York University, Toronto. Nitin holds a PhD in Anthropology and has taught social sciences for over a decade. More recently, he completed certification in Adult Training and Development (MCATD, CTDP) and crafts and leads learning and organizational change. He lives in Toronto.a Rafflecopter giveaway

A River too Deep Celebration Tour and Kindle Fire 7 Giveaway



In the spring of 1817, Alcy Callen and her father visit a step-uncle they have long presumed dead; but instead of enjoying a loving reunion, they are plunged into treachery and deceit. Nothing is as they expected and little is what it seems. Even the man who helps her escape is not the reliable suitor he appears.

Alcy is caught between gratitude and fear, unable to avoid her rescuer's attentions or understand the responses they stir. Neither can she tell what sort of man he is or what he intends to do with her in the strange place they are going. Will he keep her for himself or will he sell her to the highest bidder?

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Of one person only is she certain, but will he come for her before it is too late?

About the Author

Sydney Tooman Betts and her protagonist-husband currently reside in the Shenandoah Valley near the extensive cavern system that inspired the setting for several early chapters of this book.  

While single, Ms. Betts (B.S. Bible/Missiology, M.Ed) was involved in a variety of cross-cultural adventures in North and Central America. After marrying, she and her husband lived in Europe and the Middle East where he served in various mission-support capacities.  Her teaching experiences span preschool to guest lecturing at the graduate level and serving as the Sunday School Superintendent, Children’s Church Director, or Women’s Ministries facilitator in several evangelical denominations.  Before penning her first novel, A River too Deep, she ghost-wrote several stories for an adult literacy program.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review- Full of native american goodness. The characters were invented and placed well.   The story picks up pace and is very easy to follow.  The author took the time to place in facts that help to bring the culture out more so in the book.

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