Hi Kate, thanks for the welcome!
I checked out your site and love the book recs. My hubby is in education and we hope to instill a love for books in our little one.
Hope you come and check and out my blog. I don't have a follow button (you have to reach it on blogger) but I do have a subscribe on there!
Thanks for the welcome! Just finding my feet lol.
I have reviewed your site on stumbleupon.com so hopefully you will get some visits from their 10 million plus members.
good luck to you kate :) x
thanks for the welcome. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I'm new at all of this and just trying to figure it out. Everyone here has been so nice. It is a little overwhelming...I don't know what to do first. I'm looking forward to meeting people and learning from others.
Hi there! Thanks for the warm welcome. I checked out your website and will be returning to read your reviews on the books you've read since I'm always out looking for a good book to read from time to time. Thanks for sharing. =)
Hi! Thanks for introducing yourself. I like your blog. You have a very friendly, comfortable writing style. : ) I'm now following your blog. : )
Looks like there is a lot going on here on MBC! I originally joined for the following reasons:
1. Learn more about blogging (and make my blog better)
2. See what else is out there that I should be learning/doing
3. Find some followers, and find some cool blogs to follow
4. Maybe find some guest posters or prize sponsors for giveaways on my blog
5. Once I make some progress on 1-4, pay it forward to others here on the forum.
If you have any helpful hints on these (or other things I could get out of MBC that I don't even realize), I'd love to learn more!
I found your blog sight to be very user friendly. I appreciate your honest and forthright ratings. Have a lovely day!
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