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February Monthly News

I hope you all had a nice February, especially Valentines Day. 
Yeah, I know it's a Hallmark holiday, but I love Hallmark and I love holidays. 
Win, win!!
I also listen to the groundhog each year, though, I wonder why. 
It's a fight as to which groundhog to listen to and who is right, but Willie says we'll be seeing Spring sooner rather than later. I can live with that. I need spring to be sprung like it was yesterday.... 
So, so far in the "genre count", I'm liking YA a lot more than I thought. Seems to be the pick for me... wonder if the trend will continue?



BOOKS:
4. The Immortal Rules - Julie Kagawa (HIGHLY recommend)



PRODUCTS:



MOVIES:
1. Red Dawn (recommend)



YEARLY TOTAL: 22 Books, 5 Products, 6 Movies, 1 CD


BOOK OF THE MONTH:



BOOK OF THE YEAR:



GENRE COUNT:
Non-Fiction 6           Fiction 14              Novella 2              Young Adult 6         Fantasy 2
Children 1                Short-Stories 1     Inspirational 1     Romance 2            Erotica 1
Picture Book 2         Paranormal 2       Mystery 1              Dystopian 2            Devotional 2
Religious 2              Historical 1            Sci-Fi 1                 Humor 1


BLOGGER/MONEY-MAKING RESOURCES:
1. BlogTrain 
2. SwagBucks 
3. Sponsored Tweets 
4. GiftHulk 
5. SocialSpark 
6. Moo Business Cards
7. Blogdash 
8. Unique Rewards
9. iRazoo
10. Honest Insite
11. AdF.ly
12. Libboo
13. Escalate Network
13. Link Vehicle


SPECIAL POSTS:
1. Blasting About: The Spy Lover (With Giveaway)
2. Peter Pan's Never Grow Up Games and Clips!
3. Madly Madagascar Valentines Day Cards
4. Blasting About: Showstoppers & Three Sisters (With Giveaway)
5. Special Coupons Just For You
6. Giveaway: February Authors Kindle Fire
7. Go Back Under the Sea with Ariel on October 1 in High Def!
8. Kathi Macias Visits Freda's Voice
9. Private Practice Final Season 6 on DVD May 7!
10. Last Minute Valentines Shopping
11. Blasting About: Phantom (With Giveaway)
12. Blasting About: Red Madrassa (With Giveaway)
13. Wreck-It This Valentines Day!
14. President's Day Sale at Stella & Dot
15. Blasting About: Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back (With Giveaway)
16. President's Day Specials Just For You
17. The Most Stolen Cars of 2012
18. Promo Stop: Spin The Plate (With Excerpt & Author Interview)
19. Blasting About: Baked Alaska (With Giveaway)
20. Grand Central Publishing Announces Major Expansion of Forever Imprint
21. Coupons For You
22. Samsung Chromebook Giveaway
23. Giveaway, Excerpt & Author Interview with Michael C. Hurley
24. Ghost Light (Cover Reveal & Giveaway)
25. Romwe White Valentine's Day Sale
26. Appreciating the Beauty of Fountains in Your Home
27. IAMS "Love Tail" Contest
28. One Kings Lane Safavieh Event


UPDATES ON PREVIOUS POSTS:
1. Update: Washable Female Dog Diaper






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