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CreateMeBooks: Personalized Books for Your Little Ones ♥

I first learned about Create Me Books in Jacq's blog. At that time, we just welcomed our dear Raia so when Jacq informed me that I won in her little giveaway, I was so delighted that I immediately logged on to the website and created a book for our little warrior. :) 

After two weeks, my order arrived. And it was beautiful! ♥


Let me tell you three things I love about CreateMeBooks: 

1. You really create the book. Aside from being able to customize the title (name), you are also able to customize the character. There are several options for the hair color and style, the complexion, and the color of the dress. You also have the option to add eyeglasses to the character. I was actually tempted to create my own book with my own character (with glasses of course). Who says I'm too old for stuff like this? :D

Guess what? I just gave in to the temptation of creating my own character. :D

2. There's a dedication page! Which makes it more personal. :) Those who know me well would know I'm a fan of love letters and sweet nothings. And to have our love letter published in a book is simply fantastic! 


3. Great customer service. I really appreciate businesses who take good care of their customers and not take them for granted after getting their money. Fortunately, Create Me Books is one amazing business. Lisa was kind enough to give me updates on the status of my order (when it was processed, when it was out for delivery). She also replies to messages sent over their social media accounts (I send her messages on Twitter). And just today, I received an email from Gary thanking me for the feedback that I left at reviews.co.uk. It only goes to show that they truly value every client that they gain and I believe that attitude will sustain and prosper them. 

And because they were generous enough to give me a discount coupon (50% off the price of a book), I will share it with whoever gets to read this. :) 

Here's a portion of the message from Gary which contains the code: 
We are only a small family run business and this sort of feedback means an awful lot to us if we are to continue to grow our business. As a way of saying thank you for your time and effort in posting a review I would like to offer you a 50% off voucher for all purchases that are made until the end of February.
When checking out if you use the code THANKS50 you will receive 50% off the price of a book. This code is valid for as many uses as you like so if you want keep it for yourself or share with friends that would be fantastic.
If you're looking for the perfect gift for your little angels, try the personalized books by Lisa. I'm sure they would love it and like what I shared with Jacq, it would also make them more interested in reading especially when they hear their names being read. :) 

Log on to www.createmebooks.com now and create your personalized book! ♥

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