Hi Mary! Thanks for the warm welcome! My site is http://ravenreviewer.tumblr.com You can also follow me on FB at Raven Reviews. I did leave my blog and FB Page info on your FB follow-me sheet and "Liked" all the pages you listed. That's quite an impressive list! Thanks for posting that! If you know any authors looking for a review, let me know. Also, if you know any books with a mom theme, please send them my way. Thanks!
Thank you for welcoming me to the site! I just love your Bookhounds blog, books and dogs are two of my favorite things! I am looking forward to checking out your other blog as well. Thank you for your offer to help as well, I appreciate it. I have a writing blog at http:julieflanders.blogspot.com if you'd like to visit. Thank you again!
Hi Mary, Thanks for the welcome. If you want to follow back my blog, the link is Book Reviews with the Blogmonstar It's where my book reviews are kept (obviously) but I like to put up some other book and reading related content as well. I also joined "Network Your Blog". Thanks! Chantelle
Appreciate your welcome..I am new and feeling my way around.
I authored The Gentle War and Other Idle Thoughts.
Go to amazon and take a look. I am trying to figure out how to transfer the cover to this site. Sadly I am a computer dork
I am not quite sure who I use either, it was all built into the website. I looked into doing an external blog, but I couldn't embed it nicely into my website. It was much easier to use the one that was provided.
I think if you click on the "Comments" link, it takes you to the bottom of the blog post and allows you to comment. So one of my posts says "8 comments" and the other says "0 comments" - just click on the post you would like to comment on and it gives you the option.
Yeah, I have the Weebly app on my iPad, and it tells me page views and how many people have looked at it. I don't know if it picks up on individual users, or just any time it is looked at (which I do a fair bit!)
I will probably change my website later, I just had to get something together for a uni assessment. Easiness was a prerequisite :P