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Follow me and I follow back. I also post how-tos, giveaways, and good blogging advice.

Hey newbies! LOL. I'm actually kind of a newbie myself (4 1/2 months blogging) but I've had some early success. You can read about it or enter great giveaways at my blog.

And if you follow me, leave a comment and I'll follow back. :)

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Adding you now! Thanks!
Hi! I just went to your blog and I'm so excited. I just got the book about teaching your child to read in 100 easy lessons. I'm thrilled that you discuss it and it was successful for you. I'm about to try it with my son who is 5. Love your blog by the way. Adorable! I'm following you. Here's mine!

http://www.organicmotherhoodwithcoolwhip.com/

If you like it, would love to have you follow!

Naomi
Aloha!

I love your blog and have recently started following you. You can check out my blog on http://amandarosebooks.com or http://amandarosebooks.blogspot.com/ to follow me.

I am also a self-published Author. My book Sara James and The Mermaid Tale is for children 8 and up.

I see that you review products on your blog and I am writing to see if you would be interested in reviewing my book?

Amanda Rose
Hi Amanda,

I'm stopping over to check out your blog right now. I'll email you about the book review. :) Angela
I follow and love your site.
JDaniel4's Mom
Already following you and I have a link on my "big contest list" to you - hopefully you'll get some traffic from it!

http://quirkymomma.com
I'm going to follow you right now, feel free to follow me also http://proudwifeymommiiof3.blogspot.com/

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