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June Monthly News


Welcome to the Father's Day edition of the news!
My Dad has been gone 3 years on July 15th. I miss him everyday. I did get to spend it with my father-in-law, whom I adore. So all was well.
I also reached a milestone of 500 followers! I know, right?! *thank you, thank you* I'd be nothing without all of you.
Also my oldest sibling Rick is in ICU/CCU currently. He has blood and kidney cancer and has suffered multiple heart attacks. He is only 51. Please keep him in your prayers. Thank you.


BOOKS:
1. The Fine Art of Insincerity - Angela Hunt
2. The Bedtime Book for Dogs - Bruce Littlefield (recommend)
3. I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl - Kelle Groohttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifm (recommend)
4. The Memoir of Marilyn Monroe - Sandi Gelles-Cole
5. My Foolish Heart - Susan May Warren (recommend)
6. You Can Do A Graphic Novel - Barbara Slate (recommend)
7. The Unsuspecting Mage - Brian S. Pratt (recommend)
8. A Reluctant Queen - Joan Wolf (recommend)
9. Beg for Mercy - Jami Alden (HIGHLY recommend)
10. Tabloid City - Pete Hamill
11. The Adventures of Joe-Joe Nut & Biscuit Bill Case #2 - Renee Hand
12. Men and Their Childish Head Games - Jessica V.
13. First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones (audiobook) (recommend)


PRODUCTS:
1. Auslogics BoostSpeed5 (recommend)


SERVICES:
1. Tiecoon.com's How to Tie a Tie Tutorial (recommend)


YEARLY TOTAL: 94 Books, 1 Magazine, 2 Services, 14 Products, 1 Tv Show, 1 CD


FREDA'S FAVE FIVE (In No Particular Order):
1. The Unsuspecting Mage - Brian S. Pratt
2. A Reluctant Queen - Joan Wolf
3. First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones
4. My Foolish Heart - Susan May Warren
5. Beg for Mercy - Jami Alden



BOOK OF THE MONTH:



AUTHOR INTERVIEWS:
1. With Linda Hawley
2. With Wayne Zurl
3. With Joan Wolf
4. With Mark O'Bannon
5. With Christy Hayes


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Comments

  1. wow, what a great month for reading. wow 94 books already this year great work.

    Im sorry for your brother...i hope he is ok ((hugs))

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  2. Sorry to hear about your brother, I hope he is doing better now.

    Seems like you had a great month book-wise!

    Congrats on 500 followers!

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  3. Freda, I'm sorry to hear about your brother. I hope his health improves soon.

    Many congrats on 500+ Followers!

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  4. Freda, I'm really sorry to hear about your brother. He will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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  5. I am so impressed by your numbers for the year so far! Way to go.

    Congrats on 500 followers! :-) You have an awesome blog, so I'm not in the least bit surprised. ;-)

    Sorry to hear about your brother. He will be in my prayers. (((Hugs))) to you!

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  6. Great month! The Marilyn Monroe one sounds really good.

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  7. You had a terrific month for books -- color me jealous:)

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  8. My prayers go out to your brother, you, and the rest of your family.

    Don't lose faith.

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  9. Sorry to hear about your brother! Prayers to you and your family!

    Looks like you have a great month of books! I am going to add Beg for Mercy to by WL...

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