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July Monthly News

Welcome to the July edition of Monthly News!
We celebrated Canada's 145th birthday on the 1st.
One of my many shots of the fireworks display at the Bay.





Yearly Total: 79 Books, 19 Products, 1 Movie


 FREDA'S FAVE FIVE (In No Particular Order):

BOOK OF THE MONTH:
(Affiliate Link)



 
 BLOGGER/MONEY-MAKING RESOURCES:
1. Canadian Opportunity via LikeNET.ca  (U.S soon to be added)
2. Superpoints 
3. Zuuzs 
4. SwagBucks 
5. Sponsored Tweets 
6. VI.Bee at HappyFreebie 
7. Paper Coterie 
8. BlogTrain


ANNA KARENINA READ-A-LONG:
1. Part one and two discussion
2. Part three and four discussion
3. Part five and six discussion 
4. Part seven and eight discussion
5. Final Review


SPONSORED POSTS:
1.  Weekend Kindle Freebie: Harald Hardrada: The Last Viking - Michael Burr
2. Hereafter Cover Reveal & Excerpt 
3. Sears Optical Gets Families Ready For Back To School 
4. Free All Weekend: To Take Her Pride - Anne Brear 
5. Frozen Heart - Annabelle Blume (Promo & Excerpt) 
6. Weekend Freebies 
7. Free for Kindle: Monday and Tuesday


SPONSORED GIVEAWAYS:
1. A Work in Progress - Brad Cotton 


CHALLENGES COMPLETED:
1. 2012 ARC Reading Challenge

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