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State of the Blog March 2012: New Baby Edition

By Librarygirl
If you read my Our New Addition post recently, you know that we have a new baby in the family. This has been a wonderful thing but it also leaves me sleep deprived and with very little reading time. The result is that I'm not sure how many book reviews I'll be posting in the near future. I will continue to have book related content though - mainly author guest posts.
Win With eBooks During March, I will be participating in an event for winwithebooks.com. Several authors have teamed up to do a buy one, get one free promotion from March 15 - 18. Not only do you have the chance to get two great eBooks for the price of one, but you can also enter a contest for Amazon gift cards. I will have author guest posts leading up to the main event and then have the Rafflecopter widget posted on the 15th.
Here is what is up next on my reading list:
  • The WayState of the Blog March 2012: New Baby Edition by Kristen Wolf
  • Temp: An Accidental FairytaleState of the Blog March 2012: New Baby Edition by A.E. Mayer
  • Yes! Energy: The Equation to Do Less, Make MoreState of the Blog March 2012: New Baby Edition by Loral Langemeier
All of these books were sent to me for review. I'm slowly making my way through The Way right now when I get a few minutes here and there to read. I have no idea when I'll actually get these finished and reviewed but I wanted to give you an idea of what will be showing up here eventually.
Note: All opinions provided on this blog are my own. If a product was given to me for review, the source of that product is noted in the post. Bookstore links are generally affiliate links and I do earn a small amount for each purchase. Other affiliate links will be noted in the post.

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