Anni,thank you so much for posting a review of my book on amazon AND on my blog! That's going above and beyond the call of duty, and I hereby proclaim you a SUPER SWEET PERSON!!! Thanks for encouraging me today!
This is what I wrote on Amazon:
Mrs. Binz's book is so very helpful! When our homeschooled older daughter entered junior high, I started planning for high school, and as my husband and I both work in higher education, also for college. Oh, my word. There was so much to juggle, so much to consider, so many decisions to make, my mind was spinning with all the directions we could go. This book helped cut through many of the choices, enabling us to settle a few decisions early. Like all her books that I have read thus far, I found this one very helpful, practical, and applicable. Thank you, Mrs. Binz!
Thank you, Anni!
Lee will appreciate your kind words!
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