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Ten More Days!

Hey Moms,

Today marks Day 10 of the countdown to the BIG LAUNCH DAYJuly 20, 2019. Have you purchased your book yet? Let me tell you... this book is Fire Knowledge! Every woman in business for themselves MUST GET THIS BOOK! There are 31 women offering up their knowledge and stories about being in business for themselves. You better get your copy today. All sales prior to 7/20/19 will be officially signed copies.

Sending love your way 💗

       DBC
Mother of Pearls




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