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Product affiliate links
I think everyone shops at Amazon, I certainly do. I like finding things there I can’t find anywhere else, as well as reasonable prices on everyday purchases, and the convenience of home delivery .
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There are links on Watercress Words directly to products mentioned here, such as all the books I review, but you are welcome to shop for anything on Amazon
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With a free account you can get a weekly free photo. There are different options for purchasing products . Subscribers get extra complimentary photos, graphics, and videos.
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Faithful Bloggers offers on-line writing and blogging courses which you can review and enroll in at this link.
They also have a free website with many complimentary writing and blogging resources.
Barnes and Noble
Barnes and Noble, online bookstore and home of the Nook reader (which I use).
The books I review here are available from Barnes and Noble.
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