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September Monthly News

Welcome to the September edition of monthly news!
This month went waaaay to fast for anything exciting to have happened. Well, my youngest did start university for journalism, so that is exciting but in a different way.


MOVIES:
  1. Spy (recommend)

Yearly Total: 76 Books, 9 Products & 15 Movies

Book of the Month:

Book of the Year:


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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)
11. TapInfluence (sponsored content for bloggers)
12. SocialSpark (sponsored content for bloggers & advertisers)
13. Izea (soponsored content for bloggers)
14. Bookplex (For authors to get reviews)
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Comments

  1. The cover for Hostile Takeover is very clever! I love images that can be seen two ways.

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  2. Great monthly wrap-up! I also loved Those Girls. I am curious about Go Ask Alice.

    Enjoy your October!

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  3. I've just put Second Chance Summer into my to read list, when I went to Goodreads I see a number of readers I follow have either read it or want to so think must read. Sounds good.

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  4. Congratulations on meeting your challenge. I am curious about Those Girls. I will add it to my to read list since you have it listed as Book of The Year. Have a great October!

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  5. I love that you include your book of the year in this post too. I don't know if I can pick one book for the year, but keeping track of it this way might help!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  6. I just bought Second Chance Summer and I am so looking forward to reading it. Great wrap-up post!

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  7. You had a great September! Hope October is a good one too!

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  8. Looks like you had a great month! Sorry it took me a bit to return the comment favor. :)

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