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I absolutely have a wonderful book of southern poems for you to read..that I am sure you will love. ..Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia. It is a celebration of the south and things southern.
I would love for you to read it and tell me what you think..then help me spread the word...possibly feature it on your blog to introduce it to your readers. Please check out my page and website for more details. Thanks so much for your interest! Happy Reading!
I thought I would tell you that under the blog followers club on your last comment, it does not go to your blog. It goes to a religious blog that has no way to follow. LOL I just wanted you to know so people could find your site. Which is really cute by the way. I am now a follower :) Have a great weekend.
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