Disclosure

The FTC requires bloggers to disclose their connection between advertisers and endorsers.
Connections like getting a free book for reviewing it on the site. The same goes for receiving a commission when I use an affiliate link from places like Clickbank or Amazon.
Please assume that for every recommendation, link and products I use, the following all apply:

 

Please feel free to use the text and images on this page with proper attribution. I grabbed them from Christine’s Blog.  They originally come from  the illustrators Louis Gray and Jeannine Schafer.

 

The opinions expressed on this blog are mine and mine alone.  Although I am sometimes compensated for my posts, the compensation will not affect my honest opinion.  I endorse products I truly love.  In addition, from time to time I may post affiliate links to a product.  While this link contains a code that allows me compensation from affiliates when an item is purchased, please note that the price of the item is unaffected.

 

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