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May Monthly News

Welcome to the May edition of monthly news!
Mother's day came and went. I hope you treated your mothers' well. ♕
I sent mine flowers because she lives so far from me. 
I did get to see her at the end of the month, but due to special circumstances. 
My uncle was admitted to hospital. He had cancer about a month ago, removed half of his tongue, and since then has had some complications. Currently he has a tumor on his liver and a tumor on his kidney. He also is diabetic. His platelets are super low too, and he now has to have a blood transfusion. Any prayers I can get are greatly appreciated.


BOOKS:
  1. Wires And Nerve by Marissa Meyer (recommend)
  2. American Gods by Neil Gaiman (recommend)
  3. The Murder Game by Julie Apple (recommend)

PRODUCTS:
  1. Jord Watch (recommend)

                                           Yearly Total:  11 Books, 4 Movies & 1 Product

Book of the Month:


Book of the Year:


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Comments

  1. Hi Freda,
    Haven't read any of your listed books. The Murder Games sounds awesome. I'll be adding it to my list. Have a great day!

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  2. Sorry to hear about your uncle, that sounds really bad. Sending a prayer.

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  3. I must do a May post, before it's too late lol

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  4. I haven't read Wires and Nerve, it must be good though if you've got it as your book of the year! I will have to find it.

    My thoughts and prayers to your Uncle.

    Annette @ http://www.shesareader.com

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  5. I'm so sorry to hear about your uncle. Sending you and your family positive thoughts. Hoping June ends up a really good month for you and yours.

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  6. Great month you had! I really want to read Wires and Nerves someday!!!

    Here’s my Monthly Wrap Up!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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  7. Looks like you reads some good books, too! I haven't read any of those, but I'll definitely have to add Wires and Nerves to my Wishlist when I get caught up with the series. Have a great June!

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  8. Sorry to hear about your uncle. I haven't read most of your books but did read The Murder Game, which I loved.

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  9. Thinking good thoughts for your uncle. Have a good June.

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  10. Ah, that's too bad about your uncle :( I hope he improves soon.

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  11. Howdy,

    I completely adore your style.
    We really had a couple of hours of sun in south Florida early today before the skies opened up once more. haven't perused any of those, yet I'll unquestionably need to add Wires and Nerves to my Wishlist when I get gotten up to speed with the arrangement. Have an awesome June!you.
    Truly this post is
    helpful for us.

    Expressing gratitude toward you,
    Mikel

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  12. So sorry to hear your uncle is sick. Thank you for the tips on making extra cash.

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  13. I'm so sorry to hear about your uncle's cancer. I've sent prayers his way and for his family too and will continue to do so. As far as your favorite book Wires and Nerves, this is on my TBR and is higher now that you recommend it so much.

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  14. I'm going to look up "Wires and Nerve" now! Thanks for the post!

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