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January Monthly News

Welcome to the January 2014 edition of monthly news!
First off, with the new year we have moved and registered at our own domain! WOOHOO!! Freda's Voice is now 100% Freda's Voice!!!
After my stats last year, I learned I loved YA Fiction the most. It was what I read most, and seemed to turn to when I wanted a good and sometimes gritty read.
I also decided to host my own reading challenge. Have you signed up? The goal is to read at least 100 books. It seems like a lot, but that's what a challenge is supposed to be. I do hope you will join anyway.
Won't be keeping stats on anything this year... can't be bothered.
I also started a recipe section. Not sure how far this will go.






MOVIES:
1. The Ultimate Life (recommend)
2. Enough Said (recommend)
3. Flowers in the Attic 2014
4. Carrie 2014 (recommend)
5. Big 25th Anniversary Edition (recommend)


Yearly Total:  10 Books, 2 Products & 5 Movies


RECIPES:
  1. Oreo Cupcakes


Book of the Month:


Book of the Year:







ALPHABE THURSDAYS (Get To Know Freda):
A Is For Animals                                        A Is For Asleep
B Is For Books                                           B Is For Best Friend Bella
C Is For Cake                                            C Is For Cookies
D Is For Dad(s)                                         D Is For Dream (Come True)
E Is For Elvis                                              E Is For Ewok
F Is For Freda                                            F Is For Festive Family
G Is For Gangs                                         G Is For Game
H Is For Hobbies                                      H Is For Hooked
I Is For Inked                                              I Is For Insane
J Is For Jalapeno                                      J Is For Juice
K Is For Kids                                              K Is For Kitty
L Is For Live Music
M Is For Mom
N Is For Noob
O Is For Older
P Is For Poetry
Q Is For Quiet
R Is For Religion
S Is For Soup Nazi
T Is For Two Things
U Is For Unique
V Is For Vince

Comments

  1. Looks like you had a wonderful month :D. My Grandmother gave me a huge pile of V. C. Andrews books a while ago, so I really want to start reading them soon.
    Happy February reading :D

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