"Hi! I stumbled across your profile and thought I would say hello. I am Kayla and have a blog called Ramblings of a Book Junkie http://ramblingsofabookjunkie.com/ where I write reviews of YA books. I would appreciate if you checked out my blog and if…"
Hi! I stumbled across your profile and thought I would say hello. I am Kayla and have a blog called Ramblings of a Book Junkie http://ramblingsofabookjunkie.com/ where I write reviews of YA books. I would appreciate if you checked out my blog and if you liked it you could follow. I would love to follow back! I also have a Twitter https://twitter.com/BookRamblings and would follow you back there as well. Enjoy your day and let me know if you followed!
Sorry, I never got back to you. I had only signup at the time. But I am up and running now. This is a great site for networking and learning as you said and thank you for being friendly :) I have followed you and hope you will follow and comment back thank you again have a wonderful day.
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