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Hello!  I'm not new to blogging or MBC, but I've been on hiatus for a while due to busy life. 

 

My blogs are http://softlyspokenoutloud.blogspot.com/2012/02/its-not-just-econom... and http://itsysbitsies.blogspot.com/

 

I'm looking for subscribers to both!  I love to write and have a lot of stories to tell.   Softly Spoken Out Loud is the personal blog.  Itsy's Bitsies is the blog I'm doing before I try an online store. 

 

So, please, follow me.  Show  me to your friends.  Send me links to your blogs and depending if we are a match for each other, I'll advertise your blog on my site.  I'm also interested in giveaways and reviews. 

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Hi

Check out my blog http://parentsdesk.com

It's a parenting news blog.   Goal is to put useful info in the hands of parents. Maybe we can work together to build up a following.  

I can be reached at Lisa@ParentsDesk.com

I looked at your blog.  You have some interesting articles and links.  I've just posted another entry.  I will add you to my blog list if you will do the same for me.  How long have you had your blog?  Do you have a lot of followers?  I don't want to do the giveway thing, not on this blog, and I am interested in gaining readership.  Hopefully that will come in time.  How did you get started blogging?

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