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December Monthly News

Welcome to the December edition of monthly news!
Did you sign up for the 100+ Book Challenge? We're back for a third year and always enjoy challenging our reading habits to do more. Books are brain food!  :-)
I managed to read more than 100 books this year. Check out my list.
I've also signed up for some challenges on others' blogs. What is one challenge you can't miss??
The bad news was my pc dying.  Terribly traumatic for me. 
The good news is Boxing day sales got me a new and better pc! YAY!
Bring on 2016!!


MOVIES:
  1. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (recommend)
  2. Paper Towns (recommend)

Yearly Total: 103 Books, 10 Products & 20 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)
11. TapInfluence (sponsored content for bloggers)
12. SocialSpark (sponsored content for bloggers & advertisers)
13. Izea (soponsored content for bloggers)
14. Buzzoole (connecting brands and bloggers)


    CHALLENGES COMPLETED:
    1. 2015 Women Challenge (completed in May)
    2. 2015 Non-Fiction Reading Challenge (completed in November)
    3. What's In A Name Challenge 2015 (completed in November)
    4. 2015 Monthly Keyword Challenge (completed in December)
    5. You Read How Many Book Challenge (completed in December)
    6. 52 Books in 52 Weeks (completed in December)

    CHALLENGES FAILED:
    1. Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge (failed by 12-16 books)
    2. Foodies Read 2015 (failed by 9+ books)
    3. Read Your Freebies Challenge (failed by 1 book)
    4. NetGalley Reading Challenge (failed by 12-21 books)
    5. 2015 Mount TBR Challenge (failed by 33 books)
    6. 2015 Color Coded Challenge (failed by 6 books)
    7. 2015 PopSugar Reading Challenge (failed by 21 books)
    8. Reading Bingo Challenge Canadian Edition (failed by 18 books)
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    Comments

    1. Have fun with the new computer ;-)

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    2. Oh new computer the plus side of the old one dying. Great that you loved Winter, I intend reading the Lunar books in 2016, heard how great they are for a few years now.
      Wishing you a great 2016 year.

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    3. I love your section of blogger/money making resources. I will have to check these out. Are you an affiliate?

      Also, awesome job on making it to 100 books!

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      1. Yes, I am an affiliate. These are all the affiliates I prefer. :-)

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    4. Looking forward to Winter! Glad you got a new computer. Happy New Year.

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    5. It looks like you had a great year! :) Good luck with your goals in 2016!

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