Jessica Lares ∙ 17 weeks ago
Your blogs are too targeted towards people searching on Google, than they are about the topics you're writing about. You shouldn't have a whole blog dedicated to Valentine's Day ideas, nor just about Christmas. Those are specifically topics that are only necessary for one article, and that's it.
Google disabled your account because they didn't like your niche blogs. And what I've said above is the reason. You might not think that your blogs are simply search bait, but they are, and in Google's mind (aswell as probably the person who ended up on your site's mind) they are a waste of time. Instead of getting directed to a page where there is actual useful information, they are directed to a page with a few not so easy to read words, a bunch of pictures, and ads.
Google wants to reward people for making useful content, not those who are abusing the system with niche websites that primarily get their exposure from sites such as Bloggers.
And no, you won't get your money. Sorry. :(