Sunday, May 5, 2013

Giveaway: $25 Amazon Card through the VACCeptable Injuries Reader Review Event!


Welcome to the  "VACCeptable Injuries"   Reader Review Event!
Offering you a chance to Read, Review and Enter!
Everything For Ana along with several other fabulous bloggers are happy to bring this event to our readers. An event like no other, we hope to open a dialog on this important topic-Vaccine Related Injuries.  I have not read the book yet, but with this free download , I plan on it! I dont know much about vaccine related injuries, but I can only imagine how terrible they must be. I am on the fence about vaccines, but did have Ana get all of hers for school and safety.


   Author Markus Heinze is so passionate about telling his story that he is sponsoring this event to share his book with everyone. Unlike some events we are offering every person who enters the chance to download "VACCeptable Injuries" for free. Along with a free book, we are offering two great Amazon prizes.

  Meet the Author :


The reasons for having written VACCeptable Injuries. 
  Medical interventions are difficult decisions, especially when parents have to make these decisions for their little children. Having to choose whether or not to intervene medically is simple if your child is ill and the medical intervention has proven to make your child feel better. If your child is healthy, however, the decision to medically intervene becomes more difficult, especially when the information on the effectiveness of the medical intervention is conflicting and inconclusive. Vaccinating your child (giving shots) is one of those medical interventions. Unfortunately most parents don't even realize that they are making a decision, as they follow blindly the recommendation of their pediatrician. Only parents whose children have been harmed by a vaccine, tend to research the topic of vaccine safety and effectiveness. I am one of those parents. My teachers always told me that there was nothing worse than following blindly, as there are great dangers involved in riding any bandwagon. Once we parents take our seats on the bandwagon, we are no longer leading our families - we are simply fellow passengers along with our children. We are no longer the ones making decisions for our children - we have ceded this important decisions to whomever is riding this particular bandwagon. VACCeptable Injuries will put you back into the drivers seat. Whether or not you decide to vaccinate, this book will help you make an informed choice, rather than a bandwagon decision.


Read :
 Now you have the opportunity to download VACCeptable Injuries and read Markus Heinze's findings. VACCeptable Injuries will be available for free download on the following days:

Wednesday, May 8 (12:01 am PST to 11:59 pm PST)
Saturday, May 18 (12:01 am PST to 11:59 pm PST)

Download your free copy of VACCeptable Injuries Here.

Review and $100 Amazon Entry

Once you're read VACCeptable Injuries, please visit Amazon or Goodreads and write a review giving your honest opinions and thoughts. Make sure to include this disclosure statement: "I was given this book for free for the purpose of review, all views and opinions are my own honest evaluations."   Please only write a review if you've actually read the book, and follow the disclosure laws.  If you've read the book, and shared a review on Amazon or Goodreads:
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  THANK YOU!
As a thank you for your time, please enter for a chance to win the $25 Amazon Gift Code. No purchase necessary, open to readers World Wide, 18 years and older.

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81 comments:

Lisa Brown said...

I would be interested in reading this book because I would like to learn more about the risks involved with vaccination.

tobyhir said...

Definitely an interesting read...the controversies surrounding these issues continue...

Tabathia said...

I am curious as to how the author connected his daughter's diagnosis with an immunization shot

slehan said...

I'm not a mother or grandmother and have no kids in my life so I don't have much interest in this.
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

Claudia N said...

I would love to read this book and learned about the risks with vaccinations.

Sarah Hayes said...

id love to read more on that topic. ive often wondered about things coming from vaccines like that.

Maureen said...

The debate over vaccinations intrigues me. I always felt uneasy about certain vaccines. I would like to read the book to find out more about the controversy and the risks associated with vaccinations

Maureen
maureen.tenney@gmail.com

Filam said...

Isn't there also the issue that many/most schools require proof of your child's vaccinations before they'll allow you to enroll them?

steve weber said...

I've wondered if vaccinations actually work or not...

Katie said...

I've always wondered what the true risks are of vacs

Katie said...

I've always wondered what the true risks are of vacs

Tamar said...

I think the topic is an interesting one that has a lot of heated debate.

peg42 said...

I've heard before how some believe that vacs are the possible cause of a number of problems that children have now a days. This book sounds very interesting.
Thanks so much.
rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

hdeanna69 said...

hmm I have never had any problems with vac's on me or my kids. so wont stop doing them

Lyndi Malarchuk said...

I appreciate that this guy probably did a lot of research on the topic before deciding to write a book, but I don't see a "MD" after his name. I don't even see a "PhD". I have a son who was diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum at 3yo and ADD, Inattentive Type at 8yo, and I have a son who has an as yet undefined learning disability. Quite frankly I am sick and tired of people blaming me for getting them vaccinated or for feeding them gluten or for getting them "labeled" to receive services or for utilizing the recommended medications. My boys were born the way they are, no one and nothing made them that way. Just like they were born blonde and blue-eyed and tall and chubby. No, sorry, but I don't want to read this book. This guy looked for a connection between 2 things and found evidence to support it. I'm sure I could find a connection between my boys' issues and the brand of toilet paper I used while pregnant if I looked hard enough. I trust my children's pediatrician. I would trust her with my life as well as my kids'.
Thanks for the giveaway, but no thanks on the book.

mecarolks said...

I think the topic is an interesting one.

ellie said...

I am pro vaccinations for the most part so I'm interested in reading a view from the other side.

llodter said...

I would love to learn more about the risks.

Amber said...

I'm interested in reading this book to learn more about the controversial scientific issue. Especially as I start making these decisions for my kids, I want to know all of the considerations and risks.

Kia89 said...

I'm interested in learning about the risks with vaccinations.

Angel Jacklyn said...

BECAUSE I'D LOVE TO KNOW WHY IT'S SUCH A BAD IDEA TO VACCINATE... THANKS FOR THE CHANCE! kytah00@yahoo.com

Simply Stacie said...

I'm interested in hearing his story and learning the risks of vaccination.

LIDARKSIDE said...

This is definitely a must-read for parents. I have already been educated on this matter since the '90's, and we believe vaccinations affected our two children. We stopped vaccinations several years ago.

Sara said...

I have always wondered what the truth is about vaccinations.

kellyr78 said...

I would like to read this book because it sounds interesting and I would like to see the correlation the author found between the vaccine and his daughter's illness
kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

jlafount said...

I like the focus on a personal experience

skater425 said...

I had no idea of the controversy of vaccinations. It seems like it would open up my eyes.

steve stone said...

i would like to learn about all possible risks involved with
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stew said...

I would like to read this book because I've had some negative experiences with vaccines and would like to know what to avoid in the future. s2inamug at aim dot com

kyl neusch said...

it is about a good topic

Suz said...

I like the controversy surrounding the topic, and I'd like to get a good look at one side of the issue.

shanetta jordan said...

would love to learn more about the risk

Maria Iemma said...

I keep hearing about the risks of vaccinations and I would love to read more about it. Information helps save lives.

Sadie said...

I would like to read about the risk of vaccines and the issues that arise.
Sadie B.

Kim said...

I'm interested in this because I am considered that we are doing things to our bodies to cause problems and we need to be aware of this. I am against some vaccines and medicines.. as well as processed foods, preservatives etc. and I would love to hear more!
addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

Bri S. said...

I think this book would be an interesting read because it would be good for me to educate myself in the risks of vaccination.

annabee818 said...

WOW, this is something I have never really thought about. definitely something I would want to read more about.

Maria said...

It's important to keep informed about the potential hazards of vaccines!

Gina said...

Just to be aware of how & why these things happen. It sounds terrifying.

Janna Johnson said...

sounds scary!
Thanks! Janna JOhnson jannajanna@hotmail.com Janna johnson on GFC

Jason Vaughn said...

I probably wouldn't read it but I'd give it to my friends who a having a baby.

Teish said...

I'd like to be able to give doctors more information on the topic when they ask me why I avoid vaccines.

Kathleen said...

I actually read this book a few weeks ago and find everything he says very interesting. I believe that many children are being damaged by vaccines and as a concerned parent I am doing as much research as I can.

Serenap95 said...

I'm interested in the medical field and I think this book could give me some useful info.

Michele Mascia said...

I read all about this. It's important for my kids

Sweeter the berry said...

I want to be more informed since my child has autism.

Jim W. said...

It's one of those topics that stirs u p controversy, I'd like ot read more about it.

irishcahbomb said...

always been curious how true these rumors are...

Elvira Prunn said...

I'd like to read this book because I'm interested in knowing more about vaccinations.

-Vera

Becca Ann said...

I would like to read to learn about the vaccines my children receive

guettel78 said...

I'd be most interested to see the research the authors use to support their case - I'm generally in favor of vaccinations, but I'm open-minded and willing to consider the other side's POV if it's well-supported!

Geoff K
gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

Derek Timm said...

I don't have any children so i'm in the middle on this!

Chris Alejandro said...

I do subscribe to the opposing side here, but I will admit I haven't researched my share on the topic, so I am intrigued in reading the book. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

Brad Merrell said...

Some books just seem interesting.

Clair said...

I would be interested to read it because there has been a lot of conversery in the last few years about connecting the two!

cassandra mccann said...


Heinze’s book is a good choice read before doctors and nurses approach your family and newborn bundle of joy with a vaccination injector in hand. What lies inside the hypodermic needle is a potential mix of neurotoxins and other reactive chemical preservatives that will challenge an infant’s fragile immune system to its core

lilahshea said...

It would be interesting to read more about vaccinations

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kathy pease said...

id like to read this because back in 1988 our son justin passed away from sids two days after getting some shots and I always have wondered if the shots may have had something to do with it.

David Nelson said...

I'm still not 100% on the vaccination debate.

Julieh said...

I'd like to read it to get more info on vac issue
Julie Hawkins

mary gardner said...

i would like to read it because it is important to know all we can about the vaccinations we are giving our children

81808142-88c8-11e2-9f75-000bcdcb8a73 said...

What a very interesting book topic!
Allison.bahr@yahoo.com

Carolyn Daley said...

I am interested because I believe it is important to know the risks and benefits of vaccinations. You do not want to give your child a vaccination if it is unnecessary or if it will have dire consequences later on. Knowledge is key and I think it is important to educate ourselves what is in vaccines before injecting them in our kids.

annemarie562000 said...

I would like to know more about the risks of vaccinations!

annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

blew415 said...

my sister in law has two children and she leans towards this belief...I think shed like the book

imaclutz89 said...

I would want to read this because I'm always interested in what can happen with vaccinations

sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)com

Julie Simpson said...

I had to get a letter so my son was exempt from getting his mmr and the other panel when he was 4 because of the first giving him such a violent reaction. Now at 24 he has systemic lupus and out of 100 people that have lupus 10 are men so correlation? I don't know

/\Heather/\ said...

I'd love to know if the ADHD link exists!

Buddy Garrett said...

As a parent who has had questions about all the vaccinations recommended for children, I would be interested in reading this book.

daveshir2005 said...

I would be very interested in learning more about this topic. I have heard and read a little but I guess I don't know too much about it.

daveshir2005@yahoo.com
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Trisha McKee said...

I would love to read this book, because this is a serious problem in America. I think parents need to be more aware of what is going on, what the side effects could be.

tridingermckee at gmail dot com

Sarah said...

I'd like to read a collected body of research on this subject - all I get is snipppets in the newspaper and I'm not sure what to think.

michedt said...

I would like to read this so I can be better informed about the risks of vaccines.
Michelle Tucker

ladyt64 said...

This man is not a doctor so I don't think I'd be interested in reading this book. (Roxann)

Heather B. said...

I would like to learn more about possible risks with vaccinations. :-)

Tiffany Borek said...

I believe in vaccinations. I believe the benefits outweigh the risks but I do like reading things on the other side of that equation. I like being knowledgeable about things that effect children's health.

Ms. Brookesy said...

I am interested in hearing the vaccine connection with the diagnosis.

Kelly said...

I'm always interested to learn new things, especially when there's heated controversy involved

Kristin said...

I've heard a lot about risks and drawbacks to vaccines and I'd like to learn more about the research into these medicines.

wowknk at gmail dot com

buzzd said...

I have always wondered about vaccinations and the side effects.

Tamara said...

Vaccinating my children has been a concern for me, and I would definitely like to read more about this subject.

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