This is a celebration about books, but more so for the bloggers that help tell the world about them. This event is to celebrate book bloggers round the world by shining a light on their efforts, spreading the word about their sites for future follows on your reading rounds, and having a little contest fun along the way.
This is where you will learn a little more about about our sponsors and the blogs taking part in the celebration! Let's take a look at some fabulous bookish folks...
Anne Carter While romantic mystery and suspense are her favorites, Anne has written middle grade mysteries, literary shorts, poetry and non-fiction. Long a lighthouse fanatic, it was only a matter of time before her obsessions intersected and a series of lighthouse novels emerged. Paranormal elements abound in both POINT SURRENDER and CAPE SEDUCTION, where mystery, romance and troubled ghosts provide hauntingly entertaining tales set in California lighthouses.
Thanks to this author's generosity we have one paperback copy of Point Surrender to add to the Kick-Off contest! To learn more about her books and everyday writing life, visit her website, Facebook page, or follow along on Twitter!
Proud Book Nerd (ham1299)
To list my [blog] as Christian fiction seems wrong. Don't get me wrong. I read a LOT of Christian fiction - much of which is expressly for the purpose of reviewing. But, I really read bunches of things, and often review something that I haven't agreed to simply because it makes me want to share it. Lately, I've been reading a lot of YA, general fiction, and Christian living/devotional stuff.
Casa Costello (HelenatAardvark)
Hi, Casa Costello is a fairly new blog set up to spread the joy I feel when devouring books. I love realistic fiction, meaning I'm not a fan of sci-fi, horror or anything too wacky! I live in the UK and have covered a lot of British authors - I love finding a new book that has an original story!
(A Musing Mother)I want to share my reading experience with anybody who loves to read. I write an honest review and include guides to determine if content is appropriate for readers. Language, descriptive sexual encounters, drug use, etc. is often addressed.
A Novel Idea (Mary Elizabeth)
A Novel Idea is a blog about bringing children and literature together through book reviews and recommendations, literacy tips, and children's author/illustrator showcasing.
Wow! We have some great looking folks there and the best part? There's more where THAT came from! Take a moment, check out their sites and see what they're all about. Be sure to stop by again soon for our next spotlight feature....you never know, YOU might be next!