Recently there was a general uproar on SM after a publisher (I'm not naming them but most of you will know who it was) bad-mouthed book bloggers and questioned the point of them unless they have influence and reach. Silly and wrong! We have arms and legs so obviously, we have reach! Granted, not the… Continue reading Sharing the Love: Book Blogger Appreciation. #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Bloggers #Blogger #BloggersMatter #WeLoveBloggers
I saw a fantastic blog post on this exact subject a few months back on the My Peacock Books blog. Due to some of the contact I've recently received on my own blog, it got me thinking about the reasons why we decline and so, I decided to broach the topic myself and write my… Continue reading Reasons why a blogger declines your review request and doesn’t want you on their blog. #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Bloggers #Blogger #Authors #BlogPost
Today on The Tattooed Book Geek I am pleased to be bringing to you all a guest post courtesy of the author Ann Troup on the relationship between bloggers and authors. I've recently had a couple of issues with authors. I'm not going to go into any detail in this introduction over those issues as… Continue reading Guest Post by Ann Troup: Bloggers and authors – the ‘rules’ of engagement.
For those of you that remember and for those that don't, a while back at the beginning of October I posted a Horror Flash Fiction battle poll that was hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found. The idea was that the poll had a number of different themes that you all then voted on with the… Continue reading Horror Showdown!!!
This author spotlight features Robert Eggleton, author of Rarity from the Hollow. Book Blurb: Lacy Dawn's father relives the Gulf War, her mother's teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in The Hollow isn't great. But Lacy has one advantage -- she's been befriended by… Continue reading Spotlight: Robert Eggleton.
Reblogged on my own humble blog, a great interview and I absolutely love this series!!! 🙂
I was born in Singapore. My dad was in the RAF and stationed there at the time so I did travel regularly as he would be given a new posting roughly every three or four years. I was only 18 months old when we moved back to the UK, so I don’t remember any of it, and after that we stayed within the UK – still moving every three or so years – thus unfortunately I didn’t manage to see the world and it wasn’t quite as glamorous as it sounds. I do have memories of some especially beautiful places in the UK, though, such as the Malvern Hills on the border of England and Wales. I spent a…
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