Just in time for the holidays, Tara would like to offer Primal Girl readers a very special opportunity, and has organized a giveaway for five free copies of her latest book, “The Hidden Plague.”
What is the book about?
“Have you been plagued with boils, cysts, ingrown hairs, and acne-like bumps that take months to resolve, leave embarrassing scars, and cause considerable pain? Have you been to the doctor, only to leave with a prescription for antibiotics, few answers, and little to no hope? Hidradenitis supprativa (HS) is a poorly understood skin condition that is believed to affect nearly twelve million people in the United States alone. Only a small fraction of those affected have been properly diagnosed, leaving many others to suffer in silence or pursue ill-advised conventional treatment methods that fail to address the cause of this painful condition.”
“The Hidden Plague” addresses all of these issues and more. It sets readers on the path towards healing their guts, helping alleviate the discomfort caused by skin issues, and showing them how to reclaim their health.
How do I enter this contest?
We all have a story. Tell us yours.
Tell us why you need this book. Tell us how it could improve your life. Are you suffering from a skin condition like HS (hidradenitis suppurativa)? Is money tight and you can’t afford to purchase this book right now, although you’ve had your eye on it? Do you feel that reading The Hidden Plague could change your life in some way (big or small)? Tell us why having this book could help you.
We want to listen to you. We want to hear your story. Let us help.
Submit your story by e-mailing it to email@example.com for a chance to win one of five free copies of The Hidden Plague. (We will not be taking submission via comments on this post, so please make sure that you e-mail us.) Pretty awesome, right? So stop whatever you’re doing and tell us your story.
The giveaway is open to all residents of North America.
Deadline: The contest ends on December 21st, 2013, so please have your submissions e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by then. We need time to review and read them, so we apologize, but will not be able to accept submissions sent after that date.