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August Monthly News

Welcome to the Family Day edition of Monthly News.
Family Day is a holiday in some parts of Canada, like Ontario, where I'm from. The government needed a holiday, lucky for us.
It was also my two year Blogoversary on August 2! But with all the drama of my brother's passing, I forgot to post anything.... read about that HERE.


BOOKS:
1. Animals Alive
2. River Song - Melody Carlson (recommend)
3. The Marked Son - Shea Berkley (recommend)
4. Dael and the Painted People - Allan Richard Shickman (recommend)
5. Safe from the Past - Patricia Miller-Mauro
6. Tempest in the Tea Leaves - Kari Lee Townsend (recommend)
7. The Help - Kathryn Stockett (HIGHLY recommend)
8. The Map of Time - Felix J. Palma (recommend)
9. From This Moment On - Shania Twain
10. CatKid: I'm No Fraidy Cat - Brian James (recommend)
11. The Rainbow Connection - Ian Harac
12. Amish Values for Your Family - Suzanne Woods Fisher
13. The Elfin Child - Philip G. Bell
14. Big Questions
15. Candy & Cigarettes - CS DeWildt
16. Book of Days - James L. Rubart


MOVIES:
1. The Help


PRODUCTS:
1. Dr. Beckmann Stain Devil


CDS:
1. Mat Kearney - Young Love



YEARLY TOTAL: 124 Books, 1 Magazine, 2 Services, 18 Products, 1 Tv Show, 2 CDS and 1 Movie


FREDA'S FAVE FIVE (In No Particular Order):
1. River Song - Melody Carlson
2. The Marked Son - Shea Berkley
3. The Map of Time - Felix J. Palma
4. Tempest in the Tea Leaves - Kari Lee Townsend
5. The Help - Kathryn Stockett


BOOK OF THE MONTH:



AUTHOR GUEST POSTS:
1. With Shea Berkley
2. With CS DeWildt


AUTHOR INTERVIEWS:
1. With Anita Clenney
2. With Kari Lee Townsend
3. With Lisa Becker
4. With Natasha Larry


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Comments

  1. Interesting way to sum up the month! Wish I had done it. I have a number of the books on my TBR.
    http://www.alaskanbookcafe.com/

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  2. I am sorry to hear of your brother's passing. I hope all is going well for you.

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  3. You had a great reading month! Hope September is just as good.

    We also saw The Help and loved it!

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  4. OMG...so sorry to read about your brother just now. I lost bothe of my brothers (2006) and 2009.

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