Thanks for the shout! I have been kinda staring wondrously at this site and just getting overwhelmed and running! Of course I would love to follow you. You can follow me back at www.bookgeekspeaks.blogspot.com
Ana & Demi, here. Sorry to be a bother, but we just wanted to let you know that we have a giveaway going on at our blog. You could win any December book release, within the Young Adult (YA) or New Adult (NA) genre. If you'd like to join, just click here.
Hi Roberta, Your books look great. I friended you on goodreads and am now following you on Twitter. I would appreciate if you check out my blog: The site is a workshop dedicated to the suspense/thriller genre, and I am happy to promote readers, writers and books in the genre. Cheers,
I stopped by your FB page and gave it a like. Your blog link on your welcome messge isn't working and I didn't find the site link on FB or here, probably missed it someplace. Could you send it again please? Thanks for your warm welcome and offer of help.
Thank you Roberta for your warm welcome.I'm a new blogger who loves books more than anything else but I'm still in the process of finding myself and what I want to write about.Hope to discover it here.
Thanks so much for the welcome. I love your blog and followed you. My blog is http://tootsbookreviews.blogspot.com/ and if you like my reviews, I'd be honored if you follow me back. Thanks again, Carey
I'm back to tell you that I've just launched my book blog today and, even though it's at the beginning and it has few posts, maybe you would like to check it out. I'd really appreaciate it. :) I'm following your blog via GFC and I was just reading the description of Snow Escape. It sounds like a very intriguing story. I think I'd like to read it.
Thanks for inviting me, I'm new to blogging and book blogs. Congradulations on being an author. I have a site http;//kidsbookstomakeadifference.blogspot.com. I write about democratic education and educational reform and how tho use children's and YA books to foster thoughtful discussions and how to empower youth to become agents of social change. Debra