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March Monthly News


Welcome to the St. Paddy's edition of Monthly News!
I was TAGGED! This was pretty cool!
Hope the Luck O' the Irish was with ya!


BOOKS:
1. Rock Bottom - Erin Brockovich (recommend)
2. Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing - Kathy Cano-Murillo (recommend)
3. Flavors - Emily Sue Harvey
4. After the Leaves Fall - Nicole Baart (recommend)
5. Letters From Home - Kristina McMorris
6. Confucius Jade - Frederick Fisher
7. Welcome to Last Chance - Hope Ramsay
8. The Breath of God - Jeffrey Small
9. The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady - Elizabeth Stuckey-French (HIGHLY recommend)
10. The Best Laid Plans - Sarah Mayberry (recommend)
11. The Sweetest Thing - Jill Shalvis (recommend)
12. Letters From Wheatfield - Patrick Shannon
13. An Apple A Day - Caroline Taggart
14. The Poison Eaters - Holly Black (recommend)



PRODUCTS:

1. Crystal Light Pure (recommend)
2. Febreeze Noticables (recommend)
3. Aquafina Plus+ Vitamins 10 CAL (recommend)
4. Candy Land Game Keychain
5. Neoteric Diabetic Skin Cream (recommend)


YEARLY TOTAL: 51 Books, 9 Products, 1 Tv Show


FREDA'S FAVE FIVE (In No Particular Order):
1. The Poison Eaters - Holly Black
2. Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing - Kathy Cano-Murillo
3. After the Leaves Fall - Nicole Baart
4. The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady - Elizabeth Stuckey-French
5. The Sweetest Thing - Jill Shalvis



BOOK OF THE MONTH:



AUTHOR GUEST POSTS:
1. A Quiz on Proverbs - Carolyn Taggart
2. Tina's Tips for Looking Fabulous at Any Age - Tina Sloan


AUTHOR INTERVIEWS:

With Patrick Shannon


MY GUEST POSTS:
A beautiful post with my Poetry at My Bits and Bleeps.


SPONSORED POSTS:
Join Avon Voices in Celebrating International Women's Day


AWARDS:

Belinda from The Bookish Snob awarded me the Irresistibly Sweet Award. She is herself Irresistibly Sweet and has a fantastic blog, so please go check her out!

Comments

  1. Wowsa this is a great reading list!

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  2. Great month - there are several on your list that I have been wanting to read. It's cool to see you really enjoyed Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless sewing as well.

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  3. Nice totals and love the idea of "book of the month"

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  4. Great post :) you read a lot of books in March!

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  5. Great way to wrap up the month. Hope you enjoy your books coming up in April!

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  6. Oh wow, you had a busy year so far but it all sounds like fun. That's a great list of books, I see several I would like to read.

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  7. You're doing really well this year and what a great month!

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  8. Great month! I have The Poison Eaters on my shelf. Really need to get to it.

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