This year, we've been 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!
See our previous Reader Spotlight posts.
UPDATE: This is our last (but certainly not least) post in the Reader Spotlight series. Thanks to everyone who participated and everyone who commented on the posts. We enjoyed learning new things about each participant and we hope you've made some new book loving friends in the process!
We're always looking for new ways to include our readers. You're welcome to write guest posts/reviews and we're even considering some reader assistance with our interviews, to get in new and interesting questions. There may be more surveys coming, as well. In the meantime, we have a giveaway going on for those of you who take our current survey about themes for 2015!
Note from Melissa A: I connected with Suzy after seeing all her comments on our various giveaways. She's just as sweet as can be and I love chatting with her about books. I hope you will take the time to get to know her, as well! Follow her on Twitter.
Age: Never ask a girl her age
Location: Southern California (The OC)
How did you find Chick Lit Central? If my memory serves me well, I believe it was via Twitter. I saw various people I was following mention it or retweeting information, so I started following as well.
What are your top FIVE favorite chick lit novels of all time?
Being an avid reader, it’s so hard to pick only five books, but here goes…
A Vintage Affair by Isabel Wolff
The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
Animal Husbandry by Laura Zigman
Emily & Einstein by Linda Francis Lee
The Department of Lost and Found by Allison Winn Scotch
What do you do when you’re not reading?
When I’m not reading, I’m usually at work. My background is in entertainment public relations. I did PR for TV and film in Los Angeles for over 8 years. I got out of it for a while, but I’m now back into it doing freelance PR for authors, DJs, etc. In my free time, I love going to the movies, watching TV shows - especially dramas, going to concerts, seeing Broadway musicals, visiting museums, and attending author signing events. I am basically a lover of the arts.