A twenty-something writer and avid reader, I chronicle my confusing journey to find a career and an "identity" in my personal blog (http://laurenaliseschultz.blogspot.com/), as well as write reviews of novels and other people's blogs/websites on my book blog (see link below).
Nice to meet you here in the world of book marketing. I'm Aleja Bennett Author of nine paper backs and six kindles. Here is my fan page, stay in touch when you can. I know we both may have a hectic schedule at times but I will always follow back. Here is my fan page here hope you like it. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Author-Aleja-Bennett/174745539242473 Enjoy the book video
Hey Lauren, that is good that you have found some enjoyable stories through your teaching, I am glad you have found that to be a small benefit (among others) of what you do. I would definitely consider a guest post on my site, although I am not sure if I am ready to have someone do that just yet. I have a backlog of some novellas and ebooks to review, and I am also working on doing a weekly meme for my site too. Perhaps after that is done we can talk if you would like to do that? Also, would you consider reviewing my blog some time in the future? Obviously, don't feel obligated to say yes, but I know that there are a number of things I could do to improve it!
Hi Lauren, and welcome to Book Blogs! I just wanted to say hello, and invite you to check out my blog at http://shortstoryaddict.wordpress.com. If you like what you see, please bookmark it, or subscribe. Thanks! Keep up the hard work on your blogs Lauren, I can tell that you put a lot of effort into your posts. Good job!
I primarily read YA fiction, classics, fantasy... but recently have gotten in to YA Historical fiction. I'm looking for other people with the same interests -- wondering if there's anyone in the group who likes YA. I've seen one or two postings on the subject, but that's it.If you like YA, do you have a YA Historical Fiction blog?Do you have a favorite sub-genre? (I've been interesting in finding/reading more Revolutionary War YA Fiction and more set during WWII.)I review all types of…See More
I've recently been reading/reviewing Madeline L'Engle's Time Quintet, the first of which is the Newbery-winning novel A Wrinkle in Time. I like some aspects of her stories, and I really enjoyed the third novel, A Swiftly Tilting Planet. But overall, I'm really surprised to find that I'm not all that fond of her books. Is it just me? I'd really like to know other people's opinions on this author. If you're interested in the details of my reactions to her novels, check out my series of blog…See More
This is a place for everything YA--from authors, reviewers, or just readers! If you write reviews for a young adult novel, you can post your link here, or if your looking for suggestions or a place to get someone to review your book, this is it.