Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Reader Spotlight: Life in the Library Lane

This year, we're doing "Reader Spotlight" posts on a bi-weekly basis. We want to feature readers who have been actively following CLC for a while. We're hoping you can get to know some new friends this way. One of the joys of having CLC is that readers have connected with each other, as a result. That's one of the reasons it was started up in the first bring chick lit fans together from all over the world! We've made some amazing friends because of this blog and we hope you'll get to do so too!

If you'd like to be spotlighted sometime this year, please contact us.

See our previous Reader Spotlight posts.

Note from Melissa A: I connected with Erin through Twitter when we were tweeting about some favorite books and authors we had in common. Since then, we've been e-mailing to give each other book recommendations and talk about life in general. I even discovered that we have a friend in common whom we both know in person and it's such a random connection too. In any case, Erin is really sweet and I love chatting with her about books, kids, etc. Follow her on Twitter; who may have a favorite book--or two--in common, as well!

Name: Erin H.
Age: 30’s
Location: Tennessee

How did you find Chick Lit Central?
Twitter – my home away from home

What are your top FIVE favorite chick lit novels of all time?
Then Came You by Jennifer Weiner
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh (may or may not be considered ‘chick lit’ but was an outstanding story that will stick with me for a long time)
The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
These Girls by Sarah Pekkanen
Where We Belong by Emily Giffin

What do you do when you're not reading? 
Educating others about books, technology, and libraries, as a full time librarian in the teen department at a public library in Tennessee.


Janine said...

HI Erin! You have an awesome list of favorite books.

OnDBookshelf said...

The Language of I remember sobbing during part of that book. I originally read it from the library, and had to buy my own copy so I could have the list of flower meanings in the back of the book :)