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The Friday 56 (3 Year Anniversary Bash)

3 years ago today I was passed the torch of The Friday 56 from Storytime With Tonya.
This has been a fun 3 years with you all and reading your posts each week. I have even noticed how regular most of you have become. It's because of your dedication that this special post will have a giveaway. You don't have to participate in The Friday 56 to enter the giveaway, but it would be nice...

Giveaway will follow after our weekly 56 post.


Welcome to Week 156!



Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader
 *Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it) that grab you.
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky. Add the post url, not your blog url. It's that simple.





Again I am stuck on the same book.
It's a decent read, I have just been living the fast life lately....
Promise it's almost done.
AMAZON US   |   AMAZON CA

Page 156:
"Uh," said Des, anxious to show that he did, at least, know the first thing about parenting, "you're not meant to put them on their stomachs."
The woman fixed him with a strict look.
"Babies with sore tummies sleep better on tummies. You watch him. He not die."








AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY
Winner receives ebook of choice via Amazon.
($5 or less)

Fill in the Rafflecopter form to enter

READ THE TERMS AT THE BOTTOM OF FORM FOR RULES AND ELIGIBILITY

Good luck!




Comments

  1. Hah, he's right. Current research says to lay babies on their backs for sleeping but encourages tummy time for playing. :)

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  2. Oh, I forgot - Happy Anniversary on the hosting!

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  3. When I Found You by Catherine Ryan Hyde
    Yes, I participated.

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  4. Congrats on 3 years with this linky party. It is always nice to read about new books and authors. I'd love to be entered into your give away. Thanks for hosting.

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  5. I would choose a book by Ken Follett. And I did participate in Friday 56, have been doing it for a few weeks now, congratulations on this anniversary! and thanks for the giveaway

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  6. Congratulations on your 3 year anniversary as host of The Friday 56! As you know, I have become a regular and enjoy this fun meme. All the best!

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  7. I like the sound of your cupcake book....as for the giveaway, I'm going to pass. What was I thinking? I already have too many books! LOL Congrats on the three-years!

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  8. Happy 3 years and thank you for the giveaway!

    Sometimes that happens to me - I get stuck on a book because of lack of reading time, nothing against the book though.

    Have a great weekend!

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  9. Happy three years! I'm new, and I found you through Linda's blog, Crafty Gardener.

    Cupcake books are always *fun*

    Happy reading!
    Ricki Jill

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  10. I would have played the 56, but I don't know what you mean by linking the URL--link to what? The comment/quote post?

    Happy anniversary!

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  11. Congratulations on your anniversary! It possibly can't have been that long, surely ;) I joined your giveaway!
    I hope you have a good weekend! :)
    http://universeinwords.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/friday-at-mansfield-park.html
    Juli @ Universe in Words

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  12. Happy Anniversary!
    I hope you do not mind I mixed my Friday 56 in with other book related things on my post.
    My Amazon ebook wish list is filled to the max. I would have trouble choosing just one book!

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  13. Has it been that long? I remember that day very well. Congratulations!

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  14. Happy Anniversary, Freda. I might choose Michele Mannon's "Knock Out."

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  15. Happy anniversary!
    Not sure what book yet
    Didn't participate

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  16. Happy anniversary! I'm not sure what I would pick hmm maybe something mystery, I really don't know yet :) I have participated in your blog hop once but just haven't been blogging much these months but hope too in the future.

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  17. OMG, has it been three years already? I remember when you took this one over. I didn't participate this week (it has been awhile) but I need to get back to posting with you again, I do miss it.
    There is a Joe Hill ebook that I've had my eye on.

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  18. not sure what ebook I'd pick ... didn't participate

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  19. Happy 3 years! Every Friday I try to remind myself to participate but I seem to forget. However, since tomorrow is Friday, I am going to set up a post right now! I have no idea what book I'd pick yet, though it would either be a cozy mystery or a historical romance. :)

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