Thursday, March 3, 2011

WOMEN: AMERICA'S LAST BEST HOPE by Kimberly Fletcher -- Book Review and Giveaway


And the winners are: Ruth, Bitt and Sophieandmomma

  • Paperback: 268 pages
  • Publisher: WestBow Press A Division of Thomas Nelson (November 11, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1449704409
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449704407

If you are concerned for the direction our nation is taking and you don't feel your voice counts anymore...This book is for you!
At a time in our history when our nation stands at the pivotal crossroads of enduring freedom or endless servitude we need to do everything we can to educate and enlighten our citizens on America's history, heritage, and founding principles of liberty and there is no better place to start than with the women of America.

As women, we already know the challenges and problems we face. We see them every day. What we don't know is what to do about it.  If you are concerned for the direction our nation is heading, tired of being ignored by your elected leaders, and want to know how to preserve liberty for your children, then this is the book for you.

Women: America's Last Best Hope is as an educational, inspirational, eye-opening experience—a must read for every woman who is hungering for truth, seeking direction, and yearning for a voice.

Kimberly Fletcher, provides a refreshing outlook presented with a combination of true grit and endearing eloquence that only a woman can get away with.

My Review: 

4 stars of out 5
What an amazing book this was.  I felt proud to be a woman after this, and wanted to become more active in my community and with politics.  I enjoyed reading about the role of the American homemaker throughout history.  In a so-called "man's world," you can't forget that most have amazing women/wives next to them.  Nowadays more and more women are stepping into the political limelight and standing up for women's rights.  I was happy to see Hillary Clinton and others become positive role models for our daughters.  You would never have seen women in politics in the early days of politics.  This book is for any woman who wants to learn about politics and how they can do their part to be counted and represented.  Don't you want your daughter's growing up knowing that they too can be President of the US one day, or hold a high powered job?  If so, you need to do your part now to pave the way for her.  Kimberly Fletcher provides an easy-to-read and understand book for even the busiest of moms.
About the Author:

Kimberly Fletcher is the president and founder of Homemakers for America—a national, non-profit organization, specifically designed for women and their families, dedicated to the education and preservation of America's history, heritage and legacy. 
Kimberly is the wife of a United States Air Force officer and the mother of 8 children. 
On September 11, 2001, Kimberly's life was turned upside down when a passenger jet flew into the United States Pentagon where her husband was stationed.  Later that day, when her husband returned home safely, Kimberly determined that she would do everything in her power to ensure that her children remained free.  This determination led her to an intense study of American history and public policy and a desire to become actively involved in government and politics. 

Kimberly has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire the women of America on America's history and heritage and empower them to take an active role in their homes, communities and the nation to ensure that the legacy of freedom our Founders left us continues on to the next generation and for generations to come.

In 2004 Kimberly founded Homemakers for America in the living room of her friend's home with a group of 26 women.  In just 6 months, through grassroots efforts, the organization grew from 26 members in Dayton Ohio to a National membership in all 50 states. 

Kimberly is an experienced grassroots activist who has volunteered thousands of hours of her time with several local, state, and national, candidate and public policy campaigns. She has helped to organize and is the former Vice President of the Dayton Ohio Tea Party (the fourth largest in the nation) and has volunteered with three presidential candidates—including serving as the operations manager of a victory center in Dayton Ohio in the 2008 election.

As an author, columnist, and public speaker, Kimberly has been heard on numerous regional and national TV and radio programs including the The Glenn Beck Show and The Sean Hannity Show. Her articles have appeared in several print and on-line publications such as American Thinker and Worldnetdaily. 

After two years apart following her husband's year tour of duty in Iraq, and a tour in South Korea, Kimberly and her husband are reunited and now live in Hawaii with their children, where they are currently stationed with the US Air Force.


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Disclosure:  I was given a copy of this book in order to provide an honest review.  The views stated above are mine and mine alone.


  1. This book interests me because I have always been interested in how women are treated in the world and in many job settings. I am in a male-dominated field (geology) so I see first hand how women are portrayed and treated.

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  5. I'm a feminist and I also could use some inspiration from women in a variety of fields since I'm in a bit of transition period myself.

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  7. Just the fact that it is about women in America. I really am intrigued about what we as women can do! :)

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