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Published children's book

This post is slightly off topic, but not quite.

Several years ago, I wrote a short little children's picture book for my oldest daughter, Rachel, and last night I decided to take the plunge and digitally publish it with Amazon.



The book is called 'Not Bedtime, Almost' it's a cute little story about a little girl named Rachel, who is so used to her bedtime routine that she "reminds" mommy what she needs to do next before she can go to bed. 

Not Beditme, Almost is available for only  $2.99, so hurry on over and get your copy!


Don't forget to leave a comment to let me know what you think!!

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