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7th Blogoversary! (#Giveaway)


Back in 2009, I decided to start this blog for book reviews. I had my other blog for photography, but didn't want to mix anything with it. So Freda's Voice was born.

I deleted the first post I ever wrote. It was just a bunch of blathering on about starting the blog. Much like the first paragraph here.


So let's get to the good stuff.

You know I can only celebrate how far Freda's Voice has come by giving back to you, the readers. Without you, this would be for me and me alone, and what would be the point in that?!

There will be one US and one Canadian winner. They can each choose a book from Amazon valued at $10 or less. 

Easy enough, right?!









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Comments

  1. I would choose "Grace Grows Best in Winter" by Margaret Clarkson.

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  2. Happy Blogiversary!!
    I'm not sure exactly what book I would get. Probably something that's has been on my TBR list for awhile.

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  3. Congrats Freda! Hard to believe it's been seven years! Thanks for the generous contest for us to share in your blogiversary. Not sure what I would choose, perhaps a new cozy mystery or romance.

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  4. Happy blogversary, Freda!! Fantastic milestone, so happy to see your blog thriving after so many years! :)

    I'm not sure which I would pick but probably a book by Jill Shalvis or Julie Anne Long!

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  5. With over 700 books on my wish list I am sure I will be able to find a book, it might just be difficult to pick one - thanks for the great giveaway

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  6. Possibly Lauren Layne's next contemporary romance

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  7. Happy Blogoversary, Freda! And thank you for the giveaway. I'd choose whichever book is at the top of my Amazon wishlist right now.

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  8. a huge congrats for blogging 7 years! That's a fantastic accomplishment!

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  9. I'm not sure what book I would choose yet. I'm sure I could find a few that I would like though! :)

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  10. I would choose a historical romance novel (I'm not sure which one yet). Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. Happy Blogoversary!! I would choose
    Dragonbane by Sherrilyn Kenyon

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  12. MAYBE A BOOK BY SUZANNE JOHNSON BUT I HAVE A LOT OF BOOKS IN MY WISHLIST. HAPPY BLOGOVERSARY! SHELLEY S. calicolady60@hotmail.com

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  13. 7 years, that's an amazing accomplishment, congrats on your Blogversary!! For what book I'd choose, it'd be hard because I'd need to look at my wishlist but maybe Sarah MacLean or Sarah Morgan's newest.

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