To celebrate the new year with you I’m hosting a 2016 Tiny House Talk New Year Giveaway where you can win one of many tiny house books.
Here’s how you can win.. Ready? All you have to do is continue to enjoy our free daily tiny house content here at TinyHouseTalk.com (make sure you’re subscribed to our FREE Tiny House Newsletter to receive updates) and…
To qualify for a FREE tiny house prize, just do one or more of the following (the more you do, the more chances you get to win).
How to Win Free Tiny House Books
- Join our FREE Daily Tiny House Newsletter and “Like” our Facebook Page (if you already haven’t)
- Place positive, fun, friendly, encouraging and helpful comments on new tiny house stories and on our Facebook stories
- “Like” and Re-share Tiny House Talk stories using Facebook (starting with this story!)
That’s it! Pretty easy, right? So all you have to do is leave comments, “Like”, and re-share our Tiny House Talk stories and you’ll automatically be entered to win one or more of the following Tiny House Books!
Tiny House Talk 2016 New Year Giveaway Prizes
Below is a list of what you can win by participating! 🙂
Tiny House Living: Ideas for Building and Living Well In Less than 400 Square Feet
Tiny House Design & Construction Guide
Microshelters: 59 Creative Cabins, Tiny Houses, Tree Houses, and Other Small Structures
Tiny House Floor Plans: Over 200 Interior Designs for Tiny Houses
The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir
Tiny Homes: Simple Shelter
Tiny House Parking: How to Find Safe, Practical, and Affordable Land for Your Tiny House
Tiny Homes on the Move: Wheels and Water
The Small House Book
Tiny Book of Tiny Houses
So that’s it! All you have to do is get out there and leave a helpful comment, “Like”, and re-share our posts on Facebook and you’ll automatically be entered into the biggest Tiny House Book Giveaway we’ve ever held!
How The Giveaway Works
This contest/giveaway ends on January 31st, 2016. Winners will be selected randomly throughout the month and books will be shipped to you immediately as we randomly select you as a winner so long as you provide us with your accurate shipping address after we contact you.
And here’s the best part… The more “Likes”, re-shares, and positive, encouraging comments we see, the more goodies we’ll be giving away!
So go ahead, start by “Liking” and re-sharing this story on your Facebook using the button below!
See you in the comments and on Facebook! And Happy New Year!! 🙂
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Well, that’s certainly a fun and easy way to start the New Year.
Love the collection of books you have listed.
Thanks for doing this publication. I have learned a lot and hope to continue to do so.
Thanks, Terry! Happy new year!
I am not on Facebook, so I can’t enter this competition, which is a pity! I love the newsletter and information. Thank you for running the website!
Here in UK we have a biggish family house, with hubby and 3 adult children living here, plus my daughter is starting a baking business at home! And the dog! In France we live small in our holiday house – 50 square metres in a small, rural hamlet. It has made me realise we don’t need so much space or STUFF.
Hi Kim, don’t worry, we’ll still include you in for leaving any comments here on any of the stories on Tiny House Talk. Thanks for sharing, Kim and wishing you the best to you and your family!
We love the newsletter and look forward to them. Thank you for all you do!
Kim W –
If I read correctly, by receiving this newsletter, you are already entered in the giveaway contest.
I so enjoy reading this Tiny House Newsletter. By the end of this month I will be moving into a tiny rental cottage and I cannot wait!
I enjoy the newsletter and looking at the designs. Thanks!
Love the tiny homes
Love the contest ideas. I especially look forward to seeing the Tiny Houses for Sale.
I absolutly LOVE the tiny House movement and this newsletter keeps my up to date. I love how creative people are!
I would love a tiny house. I have never had anything of my own and this would be the perfect place for me. In this big world i would love a tiny place of my own.
I love following everything about The Tiny House movement.
Love it….love it!!!!!!!!
Love the newsletter, seriously considering a tiny house life. Very informative and a plethora of genius ideas. Thanks for letting me be a part.
I would like to be entered in the giveaway. Truly considering a tiny home. I enjoy reading the newsletters and browsing the homes. Do you know of a builder in the Louisiana area Alex? Are there any tiny home communities that you know of in Louisiana? I truly appreciate any information you have to share. Have a bless day.
I reserved the first book at the library and really enjoyed it. I hope I can win one of the other books. I hope to downsize to a tiny house once I retire and my 19 year old son finally moves out of the house.
This is fun!
Can you hyperlink the books if available online for purchase?
I have being getting updates and stories about tiny houses and living for some time now. The stories are encouraging and give hope. It’s interesting seeing how we can live on what is truly needed, but still be content.
So good!!!! I love this website and am planning to design and build my tiny house in the next few years. The books would be an awesome help.
Free book please…love the movement.
Love to see the show and would love to own a tiny house one day..they look so comfy. ..i just love them
Thanks for the great newsletter. At 65 seems like the perfect
solution to retirement and enjoying life.
You’re breaking my heart! I am a daily reader, and I’m a huge tiny house fan who spreads the word, and I am looking forward to living in my own tiny-to-be. However, I don’t do Facebook. I truly despise the thing, so there’s no way I am going to join it again. I have tried it twice and was bitten by undesirable events, so no, never again! I’m so disappointed that your contest is limited to FB users only.
Wow, sounds fun! Recently discovered the tiny house movement, and have been drooling over the many plans on here.
Like Kim I’m not on FB. I love this newsletter I get and can re-share elsewhere. ^..^
As my world gets smaller with the stuff that surrounds me, I dream of the uncluttered life and freedom a Tiny House offer’s. I eagerly await your news letter to arrive in my inbox. Living vicariously through the creativity of others. I am looking forward to the day that I too will join the Tiny House Movement!
I enjoy reading the info on the Tiny Houses and also reading people’s responses! As a landlord, I wish I could find people who want to have a tiny house up in Northern NY, so we could build them a custom tiny home rental at a reasonable price, on our 140 acres… We are 6 miles form Potsdam NY, very near Canadian Border, and it gets cold so we would not build on wheels – it would be a very well insulated tiny house… Our existing tiny home now has an addition but we still only charge $700 a month, with electricity included.
Glad Alex will include us nonfacebook users. I have belonged to this newsletter since falling upon its inception. Daily I look forward to all info. As a tiny shelter dweller for four yrs (24×8 travel trailer) and in process of my th build. I depend on Alex presentations and constant updates to my plan. I personally am trying here in Tn. To bring about change to current build codes an laws concerning land here in our state, and th erection. Currently a struggle and we are all stuck in rv parks at the moment. With this sites ability to bring about awareness, I am a dedicated reader. Thanks and safe journeys to y’all this 2016
I don’t live real close to any of your instructional sites. But, I do live in an area where 3 states come together, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. Which has either older couples that would not want or be able to climb ladders or young couples with small children. So these are a different challenge and would need more lower floor space, I believe lofts would be good for storage mostly. I think this area is more into the small house type,most likely which would not be mobile or stairs with storage instead of ladders only. I have studied many of the plans and already built units shown on the site for about 2 years now. Do you Know anyone in this area? I’ m not ready yet but I have drawn some plans for myself and have considered starting some modified demos to sell with these needs in mind. Please reply, comments welcome!
This is the perfect time to say I love your site. I do not facebook or tweet, but I do pin! I do not have a tiny house, but I think I am getting closer to doing it with every post I read. Please keep doing great work.
I am not really up to date with all this new computer jargon and would actually sometimes like to throw my computer out the window. But I have refrained from doing this so far, so this new pinning or to pin something, how does one do this? And what does it mean? If someone would be so kind, is this the same as thumbs up? Thank you Jean C.
Jean, whatever you do, DO NOT throw your computer out the window. Pinning something means you put a link to it through Pinterest. If you don’t use Pinterest, then you can’t do that (unless you want to open a Pinterest account). Apparently, you can use Facebook or Twitter to somehow “thumbs up” this site, but Alex, remember, in some cases you are talking to people who aren’t up on all of the computery jargon so maybe you could explain to us?
I work only part time I support 5 people we live in a huge house all I ever do is work and clean. I have started to declutter my things. Funny I don’t miss anything I have already removed from my room.
I love receiving your emails! I look forward to reading each article and drooling over the tiny houses. So many of the photos are so idyllic.
I don’t have Facebook either, but I do greatly appreciate this newsletter. Just hoping that my children will come around on the idea eventually! But this IS a great newsletter with a lot of useful information on tiny house living.
great stuff ur amazing sorry eys are messed up