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December 1, 2008 at 9:27 pm Leave a comment

Hello all!  Those of you who are subscribers to the Secrets of the Sisterhood ezine already know about the new weekly feature, called “A Goddess Speaks.”  Each week I’ll be asking a question that YOU, my divine readers, have requested.  To find out the question of the week, subscribe to Secrets of the Sisterhood at:


Then either email or Tweet me your response!  Good answers will be posted in the following week’s blog (see Meal Planning for an example), and the best will be featured in that issue of the ezine.  Please include your real name, and whatever links you’d like to direct people to (as long as they are legal and appropriate… I’ll be checking first).  If I have individuals who are repeatedly exceptionally helpful and insightful, I would like to consider inviting guest authors to appear in the ezine!  If you have a question you’d like to ask, please email or Tweet that as well. 

Wishing you a passionate, prosperous, and powerful day!
Kristy Nichols
a.k.a. The Average Goddess

Claim your free copy of How To Be An Average Goddess at http://www.averagegoddess-freebook.com, and get a complimentary subscription to the Secrets of the Sisterhood ezine as my gift to you!

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