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December 6, 2019

Hi everyone! How have you guys been? How was everybody’s Thanksgiving? (leave a comment down below)

So as the title of this blog states, I will be telling you guys how you can buy my books. I am excited to say I will be launching a purchasing page on my website in February 2020!!!

The site page will be open to view in February. That does not mean it will be functioning to where you can purchase the books. That will happen later on in the year. This is just a fun teaser I wanted to put out for the future.

Well, that’s all I have for now. Thanks for stopping by! To be up to date with my blog, make sure you subscribe via email. You can do this at the top of my blog site. I start blogging now every Friday!

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