Book Reaction Video: Watch A Grown Woman Cry!

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Click the link below to watch the video.
Click the link below to watch the video.

I taped myself opening my first advance copy of my book. This is that moment. Kinda.

More on Florida soon. Until then, check it out and watch me almost ugly cry!

xo,
Mary

9 Responses

  1. Lisa D.
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    Mary Fons, you don’t know me, but this is the momly one who loves you in Texas.
    I am the one who encourages you to eat all pure food no additives and organic, non- GMO.. which is going to give you longevity and I am gonna pray for you to be well and live a long happy life, and write many, many more wonderful books and have them all published. You will… and please, never believe everything doctors tell you. I lived 60 years, and have seen thousands of miracles…. and counting.

    P.S. I can’t wait for my copy of this, your first book, to arrive. …sooo great!!!

    • Mary Fons
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      You’re both SWEETHEARTS. Not the candy. The hearts!

  2. Kitty
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    Great video! You’re a genuine pearl, Mary Fons, and I love you for that!

  3. Becky m
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    You are just the sweetest most genuine person! Congrats on the book and thanks for sharing that moment! Can’t wait to get my copy.

  4. Mary Ann
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    My favorite post…can’t wait for the book to arrive. It’s lovely you’re over the moon and sharing it with us!

  5. jenny
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    i loved your video and cant wait for your book! i requested my local library buy the book…so once i have three weeks to get to ‘know’ the book, i fully intend on buying my own copy. i love your style.

    • Mary Fons
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      Jenny, thank you!! I like YOUR style. 🙂

  6. Lisa E
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    It was so nice to see you experience the pure joy of your first book. I do enjoy your blog and look forward to the book!

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