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Dual Credit at Home: How to Pray for Your Children Printable
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@cookderosa Jennifer, thanks for sharing your thoughts on Dual Credit at Home. I've come across your blog a few times online and I appreciate your investment in the online community. Someone asked me just this week about how your book compared to Dual Credit at Home. I told them I wasn't able to comment on how it compares, as I wasn't familiar with its contents, but if you would like to send me a copy of it, I'd be happy to read it and be able to give the next questioner a more conclusive recommendation.
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You can read 11 years worth of my comments here for free - no strings. I don't post anonymously, so if you search by my name, you'll find all my posts. Many chapters of my book are printed for the public to read on my blog, you don't even have to enter your email or download- it's all there for anyone to view.

If you'd like to read my book, it's carried in many libraries and I've made the Kindle version free for those who have Kindle Unlimited. Beyond that, your favorite retailer will carry it for $16-$18.

If you'd like to just read a review, it has a lot of feedback on Goodreads as well as Amazon. It was actually #1 new release in homeschooling on amazon.com for over 2 months- the kindle held that spot a little longer, so there are plenty of people out there with an opinion. Additionally, I think Cathy Duffy has a review on her website, and it's recommended by Homeschool Legal Defense Association.

Unfortunately, since I'm not a business, I don't spend money to market my book, so I only give copies as gifts - not to solicit reviews, but I do appreciate you asking and hope that if you'd like to learn how to homeschool for college credit beyond CLEP, that you can get what you need from the resources I've mentioned above or by messaging me through Facebook. You can also ask questions here, the forum is A+.
Jennifer
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MS Applied Nutrition, 2014 Canisius College, NY
Premed/Prenursing Sciences, 2011 Ocean County College, NJ
BA Social Science, 2008 Thomas Edison State University, NJ
AA General Studies, 2008 Thomas Edison State University, NJ
AOS Culinary Arts,1990 Culinary Institute of America, NY

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(01-17-2019, 07:59 PM)cookderosa Wrote: @cookderosa Jennifer, thanks for sharing your thoughts on Dual Credit at Home. I've come across your blog a few times online and I appreciate your investment in the online community. Someone asked me just this week about how your book compared to Dual Credit at Home. I told them I wasn't able to comment on how it compares, as I wasn't familiar with its contents, but if you would like to send me a copy of it, I'd be happy to read it and be able to give the next questioner a more conclusive recommendation.
>>

You can read 11 years worth of my comments here for free - no strings.  I don't post anonymously, so if you search by my name, you'll find all my posts.  Many chapters of my book are printed for the public to read on my blog, you don't even have to enter your email or download- it's all there for anyone to view.  

If you'd like to read my book, it's carried in many libraries and I've made the Kindle version free for those who have Kindle Unlimited.  Beyond that, your favorite retailer will carry it for $16-$18.  

If you'd like to just read a review, it has a lot of feedback on Goodreads as well as Amazon. It was actually #1 new release in homeschooling on amazon.com for over 2 months- the kindle held that spot a little longer, so there are plenty of people out there with an opinion.  Additionally, I think Cathy Duffy has a review on her website, and it's recommended by Homeschool Legal Defense Association.  

Unfortunately, since I'm not a business, I don't spend money to market my book, so I only give copies as gifts - not to solicit reviews, but I do appreciate you asking and hope that if you'd like to learn how to homeschool for college credit beyond CLEP, that you can get what you need from the resources I've mentioned above or by messaging me through Facebook.  You can also ask questions here, the forum is A+.

Thank you, Jennifer. Appreciate the info!
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