Hello, nice to meet you here on book blogs. My blog is http://stopabusewithaleja.blogspot.com Just stopping by introducing myself and if there is something that you need I follow back. I'm Aleja Bennett and by all means do stay in touch when you like because I know what a busy life is like.
I'm so proud of my daughter being in college and working on her second book. I have written eight titles and now she is following in her moms foot steps.
What a blessing after all that we have gone through and what I have survived. Please like our pages.Author Aleja Bennett | Facebook http://sl3.us/51 Mother to Author Jessica P. Robbins | Facebook http://sl3.us/54
Hi! The Writer's Coffee Shop is an up and coming small press. We are committed to making traditional publishing available to aspiring authors. We are always looking for new reviewers to read our ebooks. We have a number of titles that are in your preferred genre. Please take a look at our website (or Book Blogs profile - we feature a new book and author each week). If a title catches your eye, I would be happy to send you a free ebook.
I really like your blog! You review a different kind of book then myself, which I think is AWESOME! Your title is super fitting for your color scheme and while I normally don't like reading light letters on black backgrounds- your font is big enough and the contrast of the yellow on black isn't as harsh as white on black! Great job!
First of all, thank u so much for ur detailed feedback. thanks for liking my blog design. As for text speak, do u mean "comments" or "blog posts". I do use "u" instead of you in comments( coz that's informal talk), but not in blog posts, coz that is like publishing my work. If u found any in my blog posts, feel free to point out, so I can correct them.
As for "cover critique", i will double-check on google. Gud tht u pointed out. Thanks again for being so blunt n honest!:)
If u need any help for ur blog or any Qs, I would love to help. I am myself new at this, but whatever I ll know, I ll share with u. Hoping to stay in touch here!:)
I visited ur blog and find it pretty kewl. Its very much in tune with the genres u r reviewing. Gud luck with ur blog. I would love it if u visit mine as well n tell me how do u like the design n content of my blog. Follow /comment if u like:
The blog looks great and you are most welcome for my warm welcome to Book Blogs! :) I have been eagerly awaiting the newest Cassandra Clare too - I read the Infernal Devices book and enjoyed it more than I thought I would... City of Glass was my least favorite of the Mortal Instruments books, so I was nervous about the prequel-as-a-series thing, but thought it was quite good - your review renews my faith in CC, and I can't wait to get CoFA now!! So thanks much - I'm now a follower, and look forward to seeing what comes next!
If you are interested in growing the people following your blog, I would be happy to follow yours if you follow mine.
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