Try Sherwood with your kids (1 day left)

This is the last one of these I promise, I just want to make sure everyone knows that the deadline to get Sherwood at the introductory price is tonight at midnight EST.

My oldest son asks for Sherwood every night.

It has become part of our nightly routine

We read a chapter of a story or listen to a chapter of an audio book (or a Froggy the Gator of course)

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To try it out just click here, and send me a DM on Twixter and let me know what you think.



The price will increase to $15/mo starting March 1. We are offering it at the intro price so as many people can try Sherwood as possible. It is literally the cheapest we can sell it and not lose money.

So if you're curious what Sherwood is all about, now is the time to try it out.

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