Hello Book Blogs-In need of more unique ideas to fill Goodie Bags for a launch party? Basically, if you were attending a launch party, what would you LOVE to find in your goodie bag? I already have…Continue
This is difficult! I love Kindred by Octavia Butler, Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid, Mama by Terri McMillian ...Jonah's Gourd by Zora , Sugar by Bernice L. McFadden...Toni Morrison's Sula , anything by J.California Cooper and The Darkest Child by Delores Phillips
Exploring life as an independent writer...creatively molding and searching for stories that live deep beneath the skin, connected to the heart, pumping slowly with each word I write, each character I birth, my story unfolds and I remember how much I love my life as a writer. J.R. Randle, lives in Metro Detroit with her husband Darryell and cat Isabella.
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Blog name: Book Briefs Blog URL: http://bookbriefs.netYour name: Michelle @ Book BriefsLet’s begin with your blogger origin story - how long have you been blogging about books and why did you start?I started blogging in February of 2011, so we are almost at 5 years now… believe it or not! When I was in my […]
Top Ten UK Books… coming in November 2015 The last Books of the Month to feature titles solely from 2015 is upon us – it’s amazing how quickly time flies, especially when the books are as good as they have been this year. This month sees a fiction-heavy selection, with old and new names jockeying […]
Blog name: SciFiChick.com Blog URL: http://scifichick.comYour name: Angela aka “TheSciFiChick”Let’s start with your origin story - how long have you been blogging about Sci-Fi & Fantasy, books in particular, and why did you start?This coming February, SciFiChick.com (in its current form) will be 11 years old. It’s probably closer to 15 years that I’ve been […]