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April Monthly News


Welcome to the April edition of monthly news!
My husband turned 50 on Easter Sunday. We had two family celebrations and one with friends.
Also you will see I only reviewed one book. I did read more, but those reviews are held off till a later date as agreed with the publisher. So stay tuned!



                                           Yearly Total:  8 Books & 4 Movies

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Comments

  1. Nice to have so many celebrations. I love the cover on Situation Momedy, sort of speaks for what might be in side. I really liked NS Two by Two as well.

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  2. I like staying tuned! Situation Momedy looks pretty fun!

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  3. Belated happy birthdays to your husband. Hope he had a good birthday.

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  4. Happy birthday to your husband! I hope he had a nice party!

    Here’s my April Monthly Wrap Up!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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  5. Happy belated birthday to your hubby! It would be nice to have an Easter birthday every once in a while. :-)

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  6. Situation Momedy looks hilarious! I also have Two by Two on my reading list for this summer. Birthdays are fun to celebrate--happy late birthday to your husband.

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