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Secrets of Fascinating Womanhood- Free Download

If you are looking for help with your marriage, here is the free pdf download of “Secrets of Fascinating Womanhood“. It is based on the 1922 Pamphlets entitled “Fascinating Womanhood” (by authors unknown), and frankly, much easier to read, understand and enjoy (and thus put into practice) than any other version of Fascinating Womanhood offered for sale anywhere. The almost-one-century-old booklets they are based on teaching charm and femininity to all women, married or single, in a way that is eternally relevant and effective…a virtual online charm school that is much needed today, if only it weren’t sooo long and outdated in wording.

These wonderful principals in the original 1922 pamphlets have spawned many books in later years that very closely follow its principles and ideas, books that are popular today, such as those by Helen Andelin, John Gray, and Dr. Laura Schlessinger.

The Secrets of Fascinating Womanhood free book download based on the Fascinating Womanhood pamphlets is the story of a married woman facing many difficulties, with her husband, children, and herself, and how she turns her life around one day at a time by studying the womanly arts of how to be more feminine and charming and how to become alluring to men, and becomes a lovelier, healther, calmer woman with a life she is happy and proud to have.

The original pamphlets are difficult to read in their on-line format (Harvard library offers them at this link: Fascinating Womanhood 1922) and the loading of each page may be slow, so printing them out to read is a good idea. The information, wisdom, and ideas they contain are priceless! There is an art to being a graceful, tender and feminine woman, and these pamphlets thoroughly teach them.

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  • Cascia

    That sounds very interesting.ReplyCancel

  • The818

    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Fiona

    Here is another link that is good too. http://www.members.tripod.com/~frankysj/fwlsnindex.html I love this book!ReplyCancel

  • JosiahsMommy

    This really sounds interesting. Thanks for the post!ReplyCancel

  • Trudie Mitschang - Mid-life Mom

    I remember those books -r one of a similar name – read it right before I got married – that was 18 years ago – guess it helped!

    Thanks for commenting on my blog a few weeks back – I appreciate my fellow bloggers!ReplyCancel

  • The Redhead Riter

    Stopping by from SITS to give a little blog ♥

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  • Dreamgirl

    Thanks for sharing

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  • Gamma Sharon

    Sounds very interesting… I will have to go check it out!
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  • Michelle

    How fascinating. I am an avid reader and have never heard of these. I have to check it out!ReplyCancel

  • BeautifulWreck

    Interesting. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • JP

    Sounds very interesting. Will have to check it out!ReplyCancel

  • MommyAmy

    Sounds very interesting!

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  • bigmamacass

    Sounds very interesting. I will have to check it out.

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  • Kimm at Reinvented

    Thanks for sharing the resources, this sounds like a great book for adult women and teens!
    Happy Saturday Sharefest!ReplyCancel

  • Messenger

    God bless you.ReplyCancel

  • Janet

    Stopping by from SITS. These are really interesting. Some things have sure changed, and some things haven't!ReplyCancel

  • angelin

    Thanks so much.. this is just I need now :)ReplyCancel

  • Anne@Rosydreamer

    I started reading this Friday. My marriage is already turning around! It's like it's too good to be true. Thank you so very, very much for the link.ReplyCancel

  • Nina

    My friend just sent me this book and I suggest all women to get a copy. I have read it and its simply realistic and awesome. i have tried the first four secrets and my oh my. they do work. just check it out and you'll be pleased you did.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for this link! I have been reading Helen Andelin's book for over 25 years and just discovered the free e-book, but it is interesting to see the original!ReplyCancel

  • Nosipho

    I read fascinating womanhood and I now can’t live without it. It has changed my marriage a lot and I’m so grateful. I always say Helen Andelin is an angel sent by God to save our marriages. I recommend the book to every woman.ReplyCancel

    • Penelope

      It is a wonderful book, but the actual author is unknown. Helen Andelin took the original pamphlets and added a chapter for married women and sought the rights to publish them. I really believe the original author is a man who kindly shared with womenhood what men really want.

    • Penelope

      (or at least a very wise woman)

      In the beginning of the published F, Andelin credits the content to the pamphlets (she is required to legally), which are also available for free on Harvard Library’s online site. They were written circa 1922 (before Andelin was born). She never discussed this in interviews (and let it be thought she was the author) but legally she had to add to her book that the published book was derived from elsewhere, since she took the content almost word for word).

      I’m thankful to her for making a book out of someone else’s work because I never would have come across the practically obsolete pamphlets, but her book is in bookstores so I was able to find it.

  • Antonella

    thanks a lot for these links. I donwloaded the pdf by Zealand Publishing and read it all in one session.
    hard to digest but rang so true all the time.

  • Malebo Moagu

    Please I’m trying to download but I’m haviing difficultiesReplyCancel

    • Penelope

      Malebo, it seems like their site is temporarily down today (August 30) but try again in a few days. It might be a hosting problem.


    The book is eesome . ihave read it and it cahnging my character and my marital reaktisohip.i alos use it to give premarital and marital couseeling and it helping to oepn eyes of women. I give god the glory for giving the author this beatuful insight to heal our “Wounded marriges and relationships”.ReplyCancel

  • Talent Muroyi

    Please can i have a free copy of the Fascinating secrets of womanhoodReplyCancel

  • Rethabile

    I must say this book is something else is too good to be true well done to the authorReplyCancel

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  • Olufunke Ogundeko

    It’s a wonderful book even though I’ve only read 40 pages.ReplyCancel

  • julmot

    I like the Fascinating Womanhood topic about happy marriage tips.ReplyCancel

  • Thandeka

    heard so many good comments about the book bt havent had the pleasure of reading it. i need thebook in my life according to wat i am toldReplyCancel

    • Penelope

      I hope it helps you! There is a free version at New Zealand Press (I think it’s called “Secrets Of Fascinating Womanhood”)…it helps any woman be a more fascinating woman (married or single), and is filled with happy marriage tips.

  • patricia

    this stuff worksReplyCancel

  • zanele

    I came across dat book, (the secret of fascinating womanhood), and it changed hw I felt about marriage. I was not keen tobget married coz I don’t wanna divorce, I ws like wats the point? Getting married today, tommorrow divorced. And now, I can’t wait to meet my husband.ReplyCancel

  • lindiwe

    I loveeee this bookReplyCancel

  • matshediso

    I read the book for the 2nd time, and this time I paid attention. I have gained my confidence and can see my charms working on the man of my dreams already.ReplyCancel

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  • Tuyeimo Neumbo

    i like you book very much it realy help. i have a boy friend whom i have two lovely boys but now he left me for another woman. with this book it will help me.ReplyCancel

  • Tumi

    May you please send me a free pdf copy of the book, sounds like something I need to read.ReplyCancel

  • lala

    I need it for my wifeReplyCancel