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April Monthly News

April showers bring May flowers....
but April also brings the monthly news here on the blog.
I hope it has gotten nicer where you are and no more snow storms have hit you. It's definitely showing signs of spring where I live and that always brings smiles!
I attended Stars On Ice and had a blast. Do you have anything exciting to share?




MOVIES:
1. Parental Guidance (recommend)
2. Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie (recommend)
3. The Bible (recommend)


MUSIC:
1. Kobo Town - Jumbie in the Jukebox (recommend)


Yearly Total: 47 Books, 9 Products, 10 Movies, 2 CD's



BOOK OF THE MONTH:



BOOK OF THE YEAR:



GENRE COUNT:
Non-Fiction 13         Fiction 32              Novella 2              Young Adult 9        Fantasy 3
Children 3                Short-Stories 2     Inspirational 2     Romance 5            Erotica 1
Picture Book 3         Paranormal 5       Mystery 6              Dystopian 3            Devotional 2
Religious 3              Historical 2            Sci-Fi 2                 Humor 1                 Cozy 2
Educational 2          Art 2                        Self-Help 2           Contemporary 1    Cookbook 2
Parenting 1              Middle Grade 1    Suspense 1         Thriller 1                  Christian Fiction 2




SPECIAL POSTS:
1. Support Autism Awareness With Stella & Dot
2. Blasting About: Hunted (With Giveaway)
3. Spotlight's On: 24 Bones - Michael F. Stewart (With Excerpt & Giveaway)
4. Visa $200 Gift Card Giveaway (announcement post)
5. 40% Off ALL Tiny Prints Thank You Cards
6. April Kindle Fire Giveaway
7. Blasting About: Sprung (With Giveaway)
8. Wings of Life Gardening Tips Slideshow
9. Author Barbara Taylor Sissel Guest Posts
10. Romwe Friendship Sale
11. Blasting About: Pheme the Gossip (With Giveaway)
12. Joshua Graham's Terminus (With Guest Post)
13. Launch & Giveaway of FeedYourReader.com
14. Blasting About: January Black (With Giveaway)
15. Up Close Hummingbird Clip Narrated by Meryl Streep
16. Bring Your Money Into the Light
17. Get Your Spring Cleaning Chores Organized
18. A Monster in Paris on BluRay & DVD April 16!
19. Romwe End-of-Season Clearance Sale
20. Blasting About: Hades and the Helm of Darkness (With Giveaway)
21. Spotlight & Giveaway: Just Like Heaven - Barbara Bretton
22. Spotlight's On: Fusion (With Giveaway)
23. Reebok Shaq Attaq Launch
24. Blasting About: Captive Hearts (With Giveaway)
25. Spring Into Action with Swagbucks
26. Blasting About: David's Song (With Giveaway)
27. How You Can Help Boston
28. Promo & 1st Chapter Reveal: Alex & Katja - Gordon Hooper
29. One King's Lane Day of Kitchen Sale
30. Trails in the Sand Promo Stop (With Author Guest Post & Giveaway)
31. Firmoo Giveaway for Fashionistas!
32. Why This Summer Should Give You A New Home Look
33. Blasting About: Family Ever After (With Giveaway)
34. My Little Pony Princess Twilight Sparkle
35. Thank You Jergens For A Wonderful Night!
36. Blasting About: Alexander Drake (With Giveaway)
37. Giveaway: Barefoot in the Sun - Roxanne St. Clair (With Guest Post)


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  1. I loved your monthly wrap-up. so many good books and good info to be found. Happy May Freda

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