Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Blogs of the week

Our recent feature is "Blogs of the Week." Each week, we 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). Please check out the blogs we are sharing. We're sure the bloggers would love some friendly comments on their posts or a follow.

Important: We are no longer taking submissions for blogs, as we are trying to phase out this feature. Thank you for participating and sharing your blogs with us, as well as visiting the blogs that have been shown here.


O.C.D. About Books

Karen is an avid reader and LOVES books!! She has been reading for as long as she can remember. When she didn't have a book or a magazine nearby, she would read the back of the cereal box or something of that nature. She recently discovered book vlogs on YouTube as well as book blogs, so she's now here to join the ranks of book bloggers and profess her love for books! Her main focus is on YA with other genres thrown in for good measure. She has book reviews, hauls and upcoming book news, along with other book related stuff.


Michelle Betham-Romance Author

Michelle is an independent author of romance novels, as well as the occasional chick lit book. Her roots stem from the North East of England, with a two year jaunt on the Spanish Canarian island of Tenerife! She's very interested in the world of darts - especially Paul Nicholson. ("Google him, you'll find him under sexy darts players. It's a very short list.") Other vices include Take That (I've tried therapy, it doesn't work), Keanu Reeves (I've watched "Point Break" more times than I care to mention!), and wine. She's also addicted to reality TV, novels ranging from horror to high drama, Bradley Cooper and "Grease." She hopes one day to write a sitcom...about darts! Until then, she writes books for the beach, pure escapism, total fantasy; glamorous, sexy - and sometimes humorous - contemporary romance with an edge. Her e-book, "See You at the Show" is currently 99 cents for Kindle. Her other novels, "No Matter What" and "Too Much Trouble in Paradise" are $1.99 each for Kindle.

You can find Michelle on Facebook and Twitter.

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