"Hey there..! :)
I am new here..! I just stumbled upon your profile..!
I would really appreciate it if you'd follow my blog @ http://readingwithanacrasia.blogspot.in
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thanks for the invite
do you write in English also? tried reading your blog on google translate, but it was very hard:(
have a look at my blog. its at http://readthatalso.blogspot.in
feel free to follow :)
Sorry I have been so busy finishing up a new book and promoting the one that was released on July 15th. I did not mean to be rude or ignore you. I will definitely visit your blog within the next few days. I hope I am forgiven for being…"
Thank you for the link. Interesting read - made easier by the helpful Portuguese/English translation tool.
Thank you for your good wishes.
Thank you for the friend invite. It's a pleasure to accept. Thanks also for the translation tool; makes it a pleasure to read since I do no Portuguese. But I am from Goa (India) and understand a bit of the global Portuguese culture.
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