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"

Referral Contest for New Book

We have had some great, helpful books given away by fantastic authors over the last year, Nancy Ratey, Gina Pera, Bryan Robinson, Barbara Sher, Lara Honos-Webb, Nancy Irwin and Kenneth Kay. Thank you very much to each of these authors for offering their autographed books to our ADDer World ADHD Social Network members! There are more to come, but first…

To start off 2010 I am giving away 13 signed copies of my new book Adult ADHD can be Sexy!

I am very, very happy and proud of my new book which will be released this coming summer! This isn’t your usual book about ADHD and it is not designed for beginners to the world of ADHD! However, if you have any interest at all in relationships, love and intimacy in connection with ADHD, this is a book I believe you will enjoy and get something special out of!

Let me be clear, this new book is not about taking this step or that step, it isn’t about paying bills or getting organized, it is about falling and staying in love, losing love, getting over the past and moving on. I write about intimacy, intimately in this book. And, of course, I explain why I believe Adult ADHD can be Sexy! If you like the edge, this is a book clearly on the edge. I also include a special chapter about modern day vampires and ADDers, with more details than I revealed in a recent blog post! No, you probably haven’t read a book like this before, certainly not in connection with ADHD!

Adult ADHD can be Sexy is going to bring smiles to some of your faces, some tears, bring back a few memories too and with a book like this it will perhaps ruffle a few feathers as well. Ultimately though, I believe there are parts we can all relate to by visiting places together we have been and in many cases places we are still at in love, hope and searching for answers. I offer the answers I have found which have helped me and I believe in them. In the same time frame that I wrote Adult ADHD can be Sexy I also wrote 3 e-books, so if you want to get a good idea where my thoughts were at, please feel free to read those e-books as they are freely available here. The  juicy, edgy stuff though – that was reserved for this new book! It’s all about love, readers, all about love!

Okay, so how to win a free autographed copy:

It’s very simple and easy. Get the word out about our ADDer World ADHD Social Network and let folks know to use your name when joining! There is a ‘who referred’ question all new members must answer when joining. Many of you refer new members all the time, so why not have the opportunity to win an autographed book while doing it! The top 12 referrers will automatically receive a signed copy of Adult ADHD can be Sexy!  The 13th copy will be raffled off to members who have at least referred 1 or 2 new members! I want every member to have the opportunity to win a copy! Contest ends as soon as Adult ADHD can be Sexy is published and I have received the giveaway copies! That will be sometime between May and July. I did announce this contest a few days ago in an email to all members, and whoa, some of you got right to it! Thank you and keep on keeping on!

Only members can participate in this giveaway contest! All new members at any point during the contest can join in on the fun and start referring to be included.

If you are currently a member and would like to invite others that you believe would be interested in participating on our ADDer World Social Network, here is an easy way to invite them: click here to invite new members. If you have a blog, please feel free to blog about this contest and let your readers know they too can join and participate. I only ask that we do not spam, because ultimately we would like to attract members interested in our social network that want to participate by sharing their stories and experiences of life with ADHD or an ADHD family member or partner, professionals are always welcome too.

Feel free to reply with any questions or comments, you can email me too.

Have fun!

~Bryan

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