We have started a new feature called "Blogs of the Week." Each week, we will feature a reader blog (which has to be sent to us) and an author blog (which can either be sent to us, or we'll pick one at random). This is our first week doing it and we hope to keep the momentum going for a while. Please check out the blogs we are sharing. I'm sure the bloggers would love some friendly comments on their posts or a follow.
To have your blog featured for a future shout out, please e-mail us. The blogs can be anything: personal, book themed or something else you're interested in that you write about (movies, fashion, pets, career, etc.)
A Cozy Reader's Corner Reviews
Tiffany Schlarman is a stay-at-home mom by day and professional by night! She loves reading and sharing my thoughts about books with other readers. Her favorite genre is Women's Fiction or Chick-Lit.
Through her blog, she reviews Women's Fiction, Romance and General fiction titles. She also has a monthly column in Night Owl Reviews Digital Magazine entitled Fabulous Fiction. Recently, she started a book club which she will be discussing on her blog soon.
Tiffany believes reading is one of the most important things for children to start early in life. Her love for reading stems back to before she can remember. It is important to her that her children enjoy books as well as the time they spend together reading them!
After growing up in Ennui, Ohio, and graduating from Ohio State University, Dee vowed ‘never to be cold again’ (in a tantrum more worthy of Suellen than Scarlett) and ended up in Tucson, Arizona, producing the news for the CBS affiliate, oddly enough called KOLD-TV.
Dee moved to San Diego where she worked in the SeaWorld entertainment department as a Producer/Writer. (Penguins are mean!) She then became a Producer/Writer with NBC for a live, comedy/variety show. After working for Children’s Hospital, Dee totally sold out and became the Marketing Director of a cosmetic dermatology group where she got free Botox.
Her husband is a Director of Photography and travels around the world while she stays behind as the indentured servant of their two children. Though her father was never famous and her mother never beat her (that hard!) she suspects one of her sisters is a vampire.
She is the author of The Scent of Jade(finalist in the San Diego Book Awards Association), The Kitchen Shrink, and 'Til Somebody Loves You, Romantic Comedy Quick-Pick.
Check out her guest post at CLC! (July 5, 2011)