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February Monthly News

Welcome to the February Edition of Monthly News!
We had mixed reviews from the Groundhogs in regards to the weather. The Canadian groundhogs are sure there will be less of a winter, while the American Groundhog is sure for more.Thankfully I live in Canada.
Valentines Day was sweet. The hubster took a day off work, to treat me like a queen. It was awesome! I was definitely spoiled rotten.
I also was Tagged by Shirley at My Bookshelf. It was fun to Tag others, even if I messed up a bit. Read about it HERE.


BOOKS:
1. Flirts - Lisa Scott
2. Beach Flirts -Lisa Scott
3. Holiday Flirts - Lisa Scott
4. Moon Spell - Samantha Young (recommend)
5. Mornings with Jesus
6. The Legacy of Eden - Nelle Davy
7. Heart of Ice - Lis Weihl (recommend)
8. Put on Your Crown - Queen Latifah
9. Fairy Tale Flirts - Lisa Scott
10. Queen Pin - Jemeker Thompson-Hairston
11. The Pocket Therapist - Therese J. Borchard
12. God Never Blinks - Regina Brett
13. Forgive Yourself - Allie Sager
14. 12.21.12 - Killian McRae (recommend)
15. Ponga Boy - Phil Lebherz & Philip Reed
16. Initiation - Imogen Rose (HIGHLY recommend)

PAGE COUNT:
7052


PRODUCTS:
1. Nail Art Stickers

Yearly Total: 27 Books, 1 Product


FREDA'S FAVE FIVE (In No Particular Order):
1. Moon Spell
2. Initiation
3. Heart of Ice
4. 12.21.12
5. Fairy Tale Flirts


BOOK OF THE MONTH:
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AUTHOR GUEST POSTS:
1. 13 Things You'll Learn From Reading Murder, Mayhem and Mama by Christie Craig
2. A Storyteller's Dream - E. Van Lowe
3. With Rita J. Webb


AUTHOR INTERVIEWS:
1. With Dana Michelle Burnett
2. With Andrew Gavin
3. With Nelle Davy
4. With Ernst Dabel
5. With Hilary Thomson


SPONSORED POSTS:
1. #TouchDowny Super Bowl Twitter Giveaway
2. Share Your Kids Funniest Moments on TV!
3. Gravity Cover Reveal
4. Inbetween Cover Reveal with Excerpt
5. Luminosity Cover Reveal


SPONSORED GIVEAWAYS:
1. E. Van Lowe Book Set
2. Sweeter Than Birdsong
3. Embraced by God
4. Initiation

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  1. Sounds like you had a great month and a wonderful Valentine's Day!

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