Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

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Win an Autographed Book by Bryan Robinson Ph.D. – The Art of Confident Living!

Win an Autographed Book by Bryan Robinson Ph.D. – The Art of Confident Living!

It’s time for our next book contest on our ADDer World ADHD Social Network! As a member of our ADDer World ADHD Social Network you can win a free, autographed copy The Art of Confident Living by Bryan Robinson Ph.D. I have read many books already this year and am determined to expand my horizons via reading as much as I can. Robinson’s book is one of the most fascinating and helpful books I have read! I wrote about it here. When I contacted Bryan Robinson, he was kind, generous and excited to donate a signed copy of his book for our members to win! A special shout-out thanks to Dr. Robinson! The rules for this contest are very simple: If you refer someone to ADDer World and they use your name in the referral space provided, then your name will be put into the hat each and every time your […]

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WIN a free autographed copy of Is it You, Me or Adult ADD by Gina Pera

WIN a free autographed copy of Is it You, Me or Adult ADD by Gina Pera

We are kicking off our new ADDer World ADHD Social Network contests with Gina Pera’s Is it You, Me, or Adult A.D.D. Gina Pera has generously agreed to provide a personally signed copy of her book for ADDer World! You can read more about her book on her website www.adhdrollercoaster.org and I reviewed her book here. Member’s names will be put into a box and randomly selected to choose the winner. How to get your name in the box: 1) Write a blog post, or, forum post, also replying to any blog or forum post will be considered an entry into the drawing box. This means that each time you do any of the above your name will be placed into the drawing box, yes, multiple times; however, it only takes one entry to win and only one entry can win! The more your name is in the box, the better your […]

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