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Free Offer for April 2022 Newsletter

For our first Simply Making Life newsletter that will come out on April 1, 2022, we have a free offer for the release of our new eBook. I've been working on this book for over a year, and I wrote it to help individuals use Google Blogger as a website. In our first newsletter ever, we're going to give 3 lucky individuals the opportunity to read the book and ask us an unlimited number of questions for 2 full months (from April 1 to May 31, 2022). All you have to do is be the first 3 to respond to the newsletter that you would like have this opportunity.

If you haven't yet signed up for the newsletter, you'll want to do that before March 31, 2022. More instructions will be provided in that newsletter. This is important, because the book will be updated based on your questions that may help clarify some parts of the book before its official public release in June 2022. And once that public release takes place, there will be a $2 fee for each answered question.

To accept this awesome offer, you must agree to not share the eBook with anyone. Everyone will get the opportunity to download and read it after May 31st. By accepting the book in April, you are agreeing to read it, ask questions, or point out any errors you may find before June 1, 2022. Feel free to start your website and follow the instructions to make sure they're clear! Under copyright laws, you may not use any portion of this book without written consent to me.

Just enter your email address at the top of any page on this site to register for the newsletter. I'm looking forward to hearing your questions, comments, and suggestions. May God bless you and keep you safe.

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