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Follow Me, I'll Follow You 12 Replies

I am starting a new Book Review blog and seeing how tough it is to start getting followers.I will help out anyone who helps me out! Simple as that.…Continue

Started by Cami Hensley. Last reply by Kim griffin 1 hour ago.

Writers Block 21 Replies

When staring at a blank screen unable to express yourself...the words are so jumbled in your mind that you feel stuck! What would you advise a person to do? Continue

Started by Ts Blogging. Last reply by Stan D. Jensen 3 hours ago.

Post your latest book review link here! 9269 Replies

I love searching through the wonderful blogs associated with this group, but sometimes I'd just like to find a new book to read! I thought this would be a great place to JUST post review links! Here's my latest:Jodi Picoult's "Handle With Care"…Continue

Started by Rachel Hare. Last reply by Diane Coto 19 hours ago.

Love reading blogs and reviewing book and be mutually helpful 5 Replies

I am new to this and enjoying every bit. Let me know if you want me to review your book/ follow your blog . Hope you will do the same for meMy link ishttp://indoosri.blogspot.in/thanks! let me know how you…Continue

Started by Indoo. Last reply by Lathish Shankar 20 hours ago.

Return to Bluehill (a sweet romance)

Hi everyone. I have dedicated a facebook page to the first book in my romance series entitled Return to Bluehill. I would love for you all to go by and give it some love by hitting that sweet little like button. Thank you all for your support.…Continue

Started by Crystal Marshall yesterday.

Author and Reviewer Surveys - I'd love to hear from you!

Hi Everyone,I'm new here on Book Blogs, and I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Rachael Rippon and I am a PhD student at the University of Canberra. My research is focused on digitally self-published authors and reviewers and as part of…Continue

Tags: reviewer, author, survey

Started by Rachael Rippon on Tuesday.

Dear eBook Reviewer

Dear Reviewer,I am looking for honest reviews for my new release, "…Continue

Started by Paul Hafalla on Monday.

Blogger seeking books to review/giveaway 3 Replies

Offer now closed due to a great response. If you are still interested in a review but don't mind being on a waiting list, you can always contact me at lonelysearchforever@gmail.com OliviaContinue

Started by Olivia Roach. Last reply by Paul Hafalla on Monday.

Seeking blog followers, eBooks to review and more! 21 Replies

Hi there,I'm fairly new to the Book Blogger universe and I am just beginning to scratch the surface of all it's great contents. First, I would like to build a following on my blog.  I am also trying to find great blogs to follow.  I have a fairly…Continue

Started by Mo. Last reply by Paul Hafalla on Monday.


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    Recipes and Road Stories by Hannah Melby and Caroline Melby

    Recipes and Road Stories: From Life on the Road with Sisters Hannah and Caroline Melby of the duo HanaLena, published by Sartoris Literary Group, will be released in September 2014. Genres: Non-Fiction / Memoir / CookbookBy the time Hannah was in the 11th grade and Caroline was in the 7th grade, the Melby sisters were…See More
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    I’m involved in a review program with Choosy Bookworm.com where DROP OUT was sent to @35 top Amazon reviewers who post their reviews on a number of websites reaching a huge audience. So far, so good. Here are just a few of the headers. Check out the rest at –http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005FX0K7UThanks.5.0 out of 5 stars BELIEVE!!! Amazing!!, August 25, 2014By deb B…See More
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    The Surrogates by Consuella Harris

    A brilliantly intriguing story.The subject of surrogacy raises various emotions and views in people, depending, I suspect, on such factors as, their sex, religious viewpoint and life experiences.Many think what a wonderful, selfless thing it must be to carry a child for another woman and bring happiness to a couple who…See More
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    A Fiesta of Numbers by Rene Saldana

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