Giveaway: How to Lose Everything: A Mostly True Story by Philipp Mattheis (US/Canada)

Giveaway: How to Lose Everything: A Mostly True Story by Philipp Mattheis (US/Canada)

How to Lose Everything: A Mostly True Story by Philipp Mattheis

Release Date: July 23, 2013

 

About the Book

Jonathan, Sam, Schulz, and Eric usually spend their summers skateboarding at the park and dreaming about the time when they’ll finally move out of the suburbs. But in the summer of 1994 the four teenagers find a small fortune hidden inside an abandoned house, and that changes everything. The money was a dream come true, but it couldn’t last. Stress, drugs, and dwindling funds raise the stakes and also raise some serious questions about the future. Eighteen years later, Jonathan returns to that life-changing summer to tally up the cost of that discovery and explain how one broken dream led to a totally renewed sense of purpose.

 

Giveaway Details

5 winners will receive a copy of the book and a bookmark!

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One of the entries in the giveaway form asks you, "What would you do if you stumbled upon a small fortune?" Post your answer in the comments.

 

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Guest - Julie Reece (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 09:46

Give ten percent to my church, take my friends to Fiji, buy a house and a horse. True story.

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Give ten percent to my church, take my friends to Fiji, buy a house and a horse. True story. :)
Stephanie Tullis on Friday, 02 August 2013 13:51

I so want horses too.

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I so want horses too.
Maggie Reid (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 10:23

Hmmm..... I want to say I will do something good and noble like with it, like donate it to a charity.....but, the truth is, I would probably spend it all at the mall....

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Hmmm..... I want to say I will do something good and noble like with it, like donate it to a charity.....but, the truth is, I would probably spend it all at the mall....
Stephanie Tullis (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 13:51

If I stumbled upon a fortune, I would pay off all my student loans, build my dream house with a stable full of horses, purchase the property I would like for my nonprofit, give some to family, and donate money to my college alma mater.

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If I stumbled upon a fortune, I would pay off all my student loans, build my dream house with a stable full of horses, purchase the property I would like for my nonprofit, give some to family, and donate money to my college alma mater.
Sandra Lam (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 16:01

I'd give some to my parents, buy a nice house and car and probably save the rest for the future

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I'd give some to my parents, buy a nice house and car and probably save the rest for the future
Viviana Ortiz (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 17:24

I'd would give half to my parents and the other half for my future

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I'd would give half to my parents and the other half for my future
Vivien (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 18:18

Put in away for my future and my children's future!

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Put in away for my future and my children's future!
Darith Ly (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 19:37

I'd keep it of course and use it to finance my education.

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I'd keep it of course and use it to finance my education.
Courtney Gendreau (website) on Friday, 02 August 2013 20:52

Im lame I would save it

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Im lame I would save it
Guest - Sharon Kaminski on Monday, 05 August 2013 16:05

i would share with my family

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i would share with my family