Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Reader Spotlight: Like Mother, Like Daughter

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 place...to 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: Rhonda and Kayla have been following CLC for a while and participating in all the giveaways. I love their enthusiasm for books and based on their last name, I guessed they were related. Well, I was right! They're mother and daughter. And they remind me of myself and my mother in how we share a love for books and recommend them to each other. I thought it would be fun to put the spotlight on this dynamic duo today.


Name: Rhonda Gothier
Age (or age range): 50's
Location: Florida

How did you find Chick Lit Central? I like Chick Lit and was referred by my daughter

What are your top FIVE favorite chick lit novels of all time?
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (all time favorite book)
Mrs. Miracle and Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber
O'Dwyer trilogy by Nora Roberts: Dark Witch, Shadow Spell, and Dark Magick (anxiously awaiting release)

What do you do when you're not reading? 
I enjoy playing card games with family and watching movies with my grandkids.

Visit Rhonda on Facebook and Twitter.

L to R: Kayla and Rhonda

Name: Kayla Gothier
Age (or age range): Early 30's
Location: Northeast Florida

How did you find Chick Lit Central?
 The finder of many fun things - Facebook ;-)

What are your top FIVE favorite chick lit novels of all time?
(1) Anything by Emily Giffin (LOVE her!!)
(2) Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella
(3) Meg Cabot's Queen of Babble series and Heather Wells series
(4) Anything by Jodi Picoult
(5) Anything by Nicholas Sparks.
It is so hard to pick specific books - how about authors?!? :-)

What do you do when you're not reading? 
When I am not reading, I am probably sleeping so I can keep up with my very active children. :-)

Visit Kayla on Facebook and Twitter.

3 comments:

Rhonda G said...

Awesome!

Janine said...

I'm loving the mother/daughter theme today. My mom loves reading too, but we don't always share the same taste.

Kayla Gothier said...

My mom and I love reading. I'm so happy that my daughter is starting to love reading as well. I've got my mom to open up her author lists through my active social media activity and got her reading some of my favorite authors. :-) it's great to be able to bond over something that tends to be overlooked with all the access to technology/tv/online video streaming. I'm so honored to be recognized with my mom as your reader spotlight. :-) For the love of reading!