Saturday, June 20, 2015

Greetings Intellectual Minds,

Mello & June is taking a much needed break!  We've been going strong for the last six months, and we're giving our intellectual mind a rest so we can come back stronger and better than ever for next week's post.

We'd like to take this time to thank our readers for being faithful and keeping our blog in great spirits!  As you can see, we've changed the way our blog looks offering you more to view and subscribe to through your social media connections.  We're always amazed at how far reaching our blog goes.  As a matter of fact, we were looking at our demographics recently and discovered that we get the bulk of our views from Africa, Australia and Russia. Can you believe that? Of course, the United States is always our biggest supporter, but we were rather taken aback when we discovered how many readers we have from other countries.  That certainly lets us know we're doing something right!

Note:  This is the time to make an assessment of your reading challenges for 2015.  We're at the halfway mark.  Before you know it, we'll be singing Christmas carols and watching snow begin to fall.  Can you believe how fast this year is going?  My goodness, it's almost the Fourth of July.  We hope you're enjoying your spring thus far, and summer will be arriving on Father's Day.  

And speaking of which, Mello & June would like to wish all the "real" fathers out there holding it down, and stepping up to the plate a very Happy Father's Day!  Food for Thought:  Children will forget material things, but they will always cherish and remember their time spent with you!  Real Talk!

So, on that positive note, we're outta here.  Take care!  Have a safe and pleasant Father's Day and we look forward to your emails, comments and interaction.  Mello and June would also like to extend a special 'thank you' to all the publishers and independent authors who entrust us to read their manuscripts.  The pleasure is all ours.  

Until next time, Happy Reading and stay the course on your reading challenges. Remember:  Make your challenges reasonable and that will ensure a successful outcome! Be Blessed!

Kimberly Ranee Hicks, Author/Poet/Reviewer

Making a Child is Easy. . .
Nurturing and Guiding an Impressionable
Life is Hard Work!

Happy Father's Day!