Recently, I was asked by a friend to help revive an aging blog after a couple of months of inactivity. As I'm sure many bloggers know, frequent posts are essential in maintaining a successful blog. This is where your help would be greatly appreciated.

A bit of history: Jagged Edge was started by Kati as a place for mainly YA reviews. Soon, she realized that by bringing in other reviewers with different tastes, she could cater to a larger audience and create a larger community of readers. So far, this has been a massive success. Since its creation, Jagged Edge has garnered nearly 700 followers, and over 85,000 page views.

With an increased workload and demanding schedule, Kati reached a point where her blog had to take a backseat to her career. As one of the original contributors, I was recently asked to help revive this blog, by contributing more frequent reviews and finding other bloggers to contribute reviews, guest posts, interviews, etc. As a contributor, you would gain access to new readers and review opportunities. Any review requests will be forwarded to you, and you can choose to contribute from these requests and any other posts that you like, as often as you are able.

Anyone interested in contributing to Jagged Edge, please contact me at abookaweekblog@yahoo.com or reply to this post.


Here is a link to Jagged Edge: http://klearsreviews.blogspot.com/

Thanks for you interest and consideration!

-Ethan

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Hmmm...so how do I get in? here's my add: buillione@gmail.com. I know I haven't been updating my blog - since I got a new blog somewhere and it's called Tumblr. But I miss my old blog and same as you are, I am now reviving it.

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