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December Monthly News

Welcome to the December edition of monthly news!
I turned 38 this month. Not sure how I feel about it yet.
Hope you all enjoyed your Christmas and I wish you the best for 2015!
I am hosting the 100+ Book Challenge again in 2015, won't you join?
Also my meme, The Friday 56, celebrated 4 years! Check that out!

MOVIES:
  1. Jingle All The Way 2 (recommend)
  2. The Maze Runner (recommend)

Yearly Total:  100 Books, 19 Products & 27 Movies

Book of the Month:

Book of the Year:


BLOGGER/MONEY-MAKING RESOURCES: 
1. SwagBucks (earn gift cards)
2. GiftHulk (earn gift cards & paypal cash)
3. Moo Business Cards
4. Unique Rewards (earn paypal cash)
5. Honest Insite (earn cash)
6. Glitter Network (ad affiliates)
7. LinkVehicle (sponsored posts & ad affiliates)
8. SnapSaves (save on groceries)
9. SuperPoints (earn gift cards)
10. Speakr (sponsored social media for bloggers)


ALPHABE THURSDAYS Favorite Poetry:
A Girl's Garden - Robert Frost
Boat Beneath A Sunny Sky - Lewis Carroll
Carpe Diem - William Shakespeare
Dream within a Dream - Edgar Allen Poe
Echo - Christina Rossetti
Flower Garden - Wayne Jarus

God Gave A Loaf To Every Bird - Emily Dickinson
How Do I Love Thee - Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou
Just After Rain - Ross Clark


CHALLENGES FAILED:
  1. Monthly Keyword Challenge
  2. Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
  3. What's In A Name Challenge
  4. Mount TBR Challenge
  5. Ebook Reading Challenge
  6. Color Coded Reading Challenge
  7. Reading Challenge Bingo

CHALLENGES COMPLETED:
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Comments

  1. 100 books, great job. I would join 100+ Book Challenge in 2015, but I won't have time to read so many books. So... :/
    I have The Maze Runner on my queue to watch soon, so I am glad to hear you liked it!

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