Hi Kate, I had stumbled upon your button before on another blog but couldn't get it to work so I am glad that you found me here :) I really enjoyed your blog and became a follower :) We have some of the same interests in books. When you have the time I would really appreciate it if you could take a look at my blog:
Went to your blog and am not sure how to follow. I am not a member of google friends connect. Let me know how to follow / subscribe. In the meantime, my blog is fairly new: http://drawingroomdays.wordpress.com/
Hey Kate!! Thanks for the welcome!! I love that you write books, I think that is so cool! Your site was really neat and I have to say I just loved your story about meeting Lauren Oliver! If I met any author, I think I would be pulled away by security lol. so props to you!! Anyway I am DEFINITELY subscribed and hope I can help promote your books in the future! Here's my site (it's very new) and I would love if you checked it out http://shmandarinorange.blogspot.com/
I had a look at your site and the read the first chapter of Impusle, good stuff! Feel free to follow either of my sites - one is personal look at the world, the other dedicated to books. http://londongirlinboston.blogspot.com and lgib-bookreview.blogspot.com
Very nice blog hon! Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a note on Book Blogs! I'm still in the writing process on my very first book! So I'm looking for a little friendly advice and guidance when it comes to publishing and editing and all the good stuff as it just seems so overwhelming! I'm following you and you can follow my blog at:
Thanks for the kind welcome! I'll check out your blog and hopefully have some time this week to look around this site a little more. You can find my blog at http://danarongione.blogspot.com. I post mainly devotionals, but I do a fair number of Christian book reviews as well. I'm looking forward to getting to know you better.
Thanks for the welcome. Your story is mine, except that my distraction was nursing--a "regular," safe profession that I figured would save me from starvation. I finally gave up in my junior year, and that second major that I was doing just for fun became my main thing. Haven't starved yet, but did have a few family members scratching their heads--till I got my first contact recently. My genre is contemporary Christian romance/women's fiction, but I've always had an interest in YA. I'm curious to hear about your journey and any tips you might have.
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