I'm a 20-something ;) secretary, who would rather be reading! I have always loved books and have been travel blogging and writing about my photography for years and finally decided to go ahead and start blogging about the one constant in my life, books!
I'm also an aspiring childrens book writer, who, as a complete history nut, would like to make hitory fun and exciting for the picture-book set. Right now I have several books complete and I'm working on getting an agent/publisher. I'm also attempting a young adult novel set in the 1860's frontier, it's slow going but fun every step of the way!
When I'm not reading I'm probably riding my horse or camping. I love taking pictures and trying to get that one great shot.
If you are a blogger (required), or have a website:
I own a website called favaholic - a compilation of famous people and their favorite books. Would you be interested in exchanging links to add to each other's blogroll? I think it would help both of our search engine rankings. Please let me know!
(And if you found my messaging a nuisance, also please let me know. I don't want to be a pest around here. Thanks!)
Please let me know if you would like review copies of any of my three recently published children's books. Copies are sent direct from the publishers so you will need to request from them and send them your address but I will back you up.
The contact is Denise at ClientCare2@aegpublishinggroup.com
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