BookNut is a bookworm of the highest degree, OCD about books and is considering jilting Mr Darcy for Will Herondale.
When not sitting glued to her computer screen, she is prone to fervent book obsessing sessions. This bookworm spends her days reading, writing random short stories or watching Austen movies for the hundredth time.
She hopes to one day publish one of her many (unfinished) stories, but in the meantime is happily munching away on Snickers bars waiting for fae to come knocking at her front door.
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I'm aware that most people (unless they're living under a rock, in a lake by Camelot or who just don't read *gasp*) know about the 'vampire craze' that has gripped the World of Literature and the shelves of bookstores worldwide. There's Twilight, there's Vampire Diaries and Vampire Academy and...well heaps more (you all get the picture). But what I want to know is YOUR opinion. Do you all think this is a good thing…See More
thanks for your recent comments on my profile wall. I checked out your blog, its pretty cool, alot of interesting stuff. Please feel free to drop by mine http://jensbookden.blogspot.com, and remember, I am on facebook networked blogs and twitter as well. Any thoughts or comments are always welcome!
Hello Booknut 101, Welcome to Book Blogs, I have forged many friendships here with avid readers and prolific writers. We help each other out and have a great time while we do so. Let me know if there is anything I can help you with. Archway to Acknowledgement is a group that can increase your following on twitter if you are interested in that. I have joined many groups that fit the topics I write about and that can help me market my debut novel and prepare me for the one I will release next spring. If you get a chance please check out http://www.TheBridgeofDeaths.com a Paranormal, Historical Romance. I hope you enjoy Book Blogs as much as I have, Catalina
Fantasy isn't my thing particularly, but I've just stopped by your blog to have a look. You've certainly hit the ground ruinning! Can I make a comment though? The white on your background makes it difficult/impossible to read the text that sits over it. Might be worth looking at, or maybe my eyes aren't worth a dime ;)
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The UK’s Top Ten Books… Coming in June 2015 As we move towards summer, publishers are spicing up their lists with some early beach reads. Not that beach-reading has to be just for blockbusters; getting some quality time to read without interruption is perfect for all kinds of books – and this month’s selection is […]
Blog name: Stacy Alesi’s BookBitch.com Blog URL: http://stacyalesi.comYour name: Stacy AlesiCan you explain the different features of BookBitch.com and what genres you primarily focus on?There are two primary features; reviews and giveaways. I personally review mostly crime fiction, romance, books that appeal to book clubs, and cookbooks. I also cover food writing, occasional memoirs, sci-fi, […]
Author Interview We’re excited to start sharing author interviews with our community, in partnership with Feedbooks. Emily SchultzInterviewed by Lara Touitou - Emily Schultz is a Canadian writer based in Brooklyn. She is the co-founder of the literary journal Joyland. The Blondes is her third novel and was one of the finalists for the Trillium […]