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About Me


Hi there!
Freda here, the editor and opinionator of Freda's Voice.
Welcome!

Let me tell you a little about myself.
I am a Métis mother of two adult children, two dogs and a hubster.
I have a love for poetry, photography and books.

I also have a day job, which I love most of the time.

You are welcome to visit my photography blog, Day One.

I also post my poetry on Tumblr, along with videos and such. However, this is pretty much the only spot to read my poetry. If you'd like to check that out visit Pretentious Prose.

As for my blogging on Freda's Voice, my goal is to bring you all the things I love and more.
If I read a good book, I hope that my reviews project that and possibly you would read that book too.
Same as for any product or service I review.
I also am a fan of giveaways.
Being a person who has entered and won many giveaways, I feel it's great to give back.
I host giveaways and host sponsored giveaways. 
Feel free to email me anytime for either a review or giveaway. I am always open to email.
(freda.mans@gmail.com)

So now you now a little bit about me. Feel free to comment with any questions, comments or suggestions.
Start a conversation too, if you like. Tell me about you!

Comments

  1. I represent Michael Phillip Cash, award winning author of several different types of books. Stillwell A Haunting on Long Island, Schism The Battle for Darracia and The Hanging Tree are a finalists in Foreword Review Book of the Year 2013.

    Brood X A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion won best Horror/Thriller on both Readers Views and Rebecca's Reads.

    We can send any or all of the in kindle or soft cover for honest reviews.

    You can reach me at cnbbook@ gmail.com

    Thanks,

    Phyllis

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  2. Thank you for your blog, I'm really enjoying it and will also be checking out your poetry! Have a great day!

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  3. I always enjoy your blog. I love to take photos too, so I will check out your photography blog.

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  4. I know that I am probably flooding your blog with awards and such, but you so deserve them :) Please stop by and see why I've nominated you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award :)

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  5. This is a great blog Freda! I enjoyed getting to know you through this site. If you ever feel a need to review a novel with recipes, please take a look at mine!
    Best!

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  6. Hey Freda!

    Hello from FishFlix.com

    My name is Max, I’m writing because I recently found your blog and noticed that you sometimes review Christian products. We’re looking for bloggers like you who would like to review a Christian DVD for us.

    FishFlix.com is one of the top sites on the web for Christian and family-friendly DVDs. We love having bloggers review products for us because it gives us perspective on the products we sell, and provides us with ever-valuable backlinks.

    Could I send you a free DVD in exchange for an honest review and two links to our site? If you’re interested, please reply with your mailing address and your preference of movie type [Children’s | Feature Film | Documentary].

    Max Anderson
    max@fishflix.com

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  7. Oh my goodness Freda. I came across your blog by accident. It's been a long time. I often wondered how you were doing. Sounds like you are doing well. :) Your blog is great. You probably don't remember me but if you think on it you will. :)

    Elizabeth

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