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GIVEAWAY:: Books

I get a lot of books for review, including a few that I don't ask for. And while I try my best, I can't get to them all. So my dear readers, I'm giving you a chance at free books! Just comment & leave me your email address so I can get your snail mail address. First come, first serve...unless there's a great bribe.

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Anonymous said…
I can has cheezburger book? ;) tiggrrl2 at yahoo.
Dora said…
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Nina said…
I'd LOOOVVVVEEE a free book!
smartaintcheap@gmail.com :)
Jenn said…
I'd love the I was a really good mom before I had kids book!!! That is so great of you to share :)
Theresa N. said…
love the read the Green Stone of Healing series, sign me up for The Vision please.
Thanks,
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com
LesbianBride said…
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Anonymous said…
I'd love to read the Life Diet one!
raecheljohns@yahoo.com.au
I would love the Joy's Life Diet! Thank you so much!

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