American Women Didn't Get Fat in the 1950s: Now Available on Kindle!

Thank you all for your encouragement, wonderful feedback and reading my blog as I wrote my book! It's finally finished and ready for you to read at the Kindle shop! You don't need to own a Kindle to read it. I hope you'll find it informative and would love for you to review it on Amazon after you've read it. And please, if you like it, help spread the word. 

Thank you! XOXOXOXOX Averyl

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  1. Oh wow, it's finally here! Way to go, Averyl! I so look forward to reading it :)

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    1. Chrissy! Thanks!! I hope you will like it!

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  2. Oh wow, it's finally here! Way to go, Averyl! I so look forward to reading it :)

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  3. So I was stalking the blog Friday and was really disappointed when I remembered the book dropped Saturday not Friday ha-ha but I bought it right away today and just finished it a few Minutes ago! Averyl it was wonderful, truly so informative and encouraging. I found myself stopping and reading portions to my husband who was completely agreeing with what you were saying. I plan on continuing to make changes you suggest in the book and truly putting in so much more thought to my life and health. I shared the book on my Facebook and left a review on Amazon. Again thank you so much Averyl.

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    1. Thank you for being so enthusiastic, your wonderful review and helping spread the word!! I wondered if men would like it, too so that's good feedback. (As for the publishing date amazon has the 29th listed, but that's when I uploaded my file to their server, not when it was published. Not sure why they do it that way!)

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  4. "The Great Deprivation"!! I LOVE this, Averyl. I just finished your book. I knew it was going to be well researched and interesting and I was not disappointed. GREAT JOB!!

    I love how you explained how we actually have it was easier in some ways now with on line calorie counters. It's so true. I also like how you proved how attitudes changed so today everyone has an excuse and studies discourage those trying to lose weight. It's just wrong. Doesn't make sense either but we've all been brainwashed.

    Eating well and within our caloric needs can feel like swimming upstream. Just today I went with my daughter to the mall and we stopped for some frozen yogurt. It's one of those places where you fill the cup yourself and put on the toppings. The girl behind the counter was trained to push the large container that could probably hold 4 cups of yogurt. I said no thanks and took the "small" and didn't fill it even half way up. Luckily the price is by weight so I only paid for what I wanted. I was tempted to tell this girl that I'm an adult and I know I'll be happy with the "small" cup. But I didn't. It's not this girl's fault she's been taught to be a food pusher by TCBY.

    Anyway, here's to you, Averyl! Congratulations on your big day. It must feel fantastic to see your book published after all the hard work. :)

    xoxo,
    Sarah

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    1. Sarah! You have been reading my blog since almost the beginning and faithfully commented so often. I've always appreciated that. I am THRILLED that my book did not disappoint you and thank you for your wonderful feedback, support and review! And yes, it's a great feeling to have finally finished it!!

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  5. "The Great Deprivation"!! I LOVE this, Averyl. I just finished your book. I knew it was going to be well researched and interesting and I was not disappointed. GREAT JOB!!

    I love how you explained how we actually have it was easier in some ways now with on line calorie counters. It's so true. I also like how you proved how attitudes changed so today everyone has an excuse and studies discourage those trying to lose weight. It's just wrong. Doesn't make sense either but we've all been brainwashed.

    Eating well and within our caloric needs can feel like swimming upstream. Just today I went with my daughter to the mall and we stopped for some frozen yogurt. It's one of those places where you fill the cup yourself and put on the toppings. The girl behind the counter was trained to push the large container that could probably hold 4 cups of yogurt. I said no thanks and took the "small" and didn't fill it even half way up. Luckily the price is by weight so I only paid for what I wanted. I was tempted to tell this girl that I'm an adult and I know I'll be happy with the "small" cup. But I didn't. It's not this girl's fault she's been taught to be a food pusher by TCBY.

    Anyway, here's to you, Averyl! Congratulations on your big day. It must feel fantastic to see your book published after all the hard work. :)

    xoxo,
    Sarah

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