I write a daily blog for emerging / aspiring writers and feature guests every week. Would you be interested to be my guest? Am happy to email you the questions. Should you appear, the blog for that day would be solely about you, including links to your websites etc. It's my way of promoting other authors: www.clancytucker.blog.com My blog has had some great responses so far, many from Europe, USA, UK, China etc.
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Thanks for visiting Britta - I checked you out, and am now following also! I agree that it will be interesting to see where we all are in a year - I'm already amazed at the progress in just a few months!! Best of luck going forward - and I do look forward to watching how things continue to develop!
Welcome to Book Blogs! I'm pretty new myself and still figuring out the ropes, but so far have found it has a lot to offer, especially in terms of support/feedback/help when needed... If there's anything I can help with just let me know - I can't promise any answers, but I've managed to learn a thing or twoand am happy to share!
And if you have a second, please stop by my blog - www.Jill-Elizabeth.com - always happy to get new comments, feedback or followers!
I'm new to book blogs as well and I just wanted to invite you to visit my blog. I have a giveaway going on right NOW and will always have regular giveaways. I hope you can take a minute to visit and if you like what you see please follow me!
Hi Britta, welcome to Book Blogs. You will find everyone here pretty friendly. I am author, E. Van Lowe. I used to write TV sitcoms (The Cosby Show, Charles In Charge, Even Stevens and others)My favorite novel is Stargirl, too. Seriously! I now write Paranormal YA with a comedic twist. My latest, Boyfriend From Hell, hits shelves in September. Please visit me at my blog http://vanlowe.blogspot.com/
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