Do You Host A Meme? Book Blogger Meme Directory.

It has been requested that the BOOK BLOGGER DIRECTORY include a MEME directory. This is something very feasible that can be accomplished but, of course we need you, THE HOSTS of these memes, to provide the information. Please fill out this form. It is recommended that you read the FAQ section first.

FAQs

What is a meme?
In regards to this directory listing, we are considering MEMEs: A post or feature hosted by a blog or website that engages other book bloggers to participate. The feature/meme takes place on a certain day and time on a regular basis. Readers will know that consistently on a certain day this feature will be occurring on your blog or web site.

Is this just for Book Bloggers?
Yes. This is only for memes directed at Book Bloggers.

Authors and some family bloggers participate in my meme, am I disqualified?
No. As long as it is a book related meme, or book blogger directed.

I’m not the host, but this meme is not on your list and it really should be included, can I list it?
No, I’m sorry, but to cut down on repeat listings, we ask that only the HOSTS of the memes include their listing. If you don’t see your favorite meme on the list, tell the host about the directory – she/he might not know we are doing this! Spread the word, we’ll be eternally grateful.

 

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Book Blogger Directory is Growing!

First let me give a big thank you to everyone who has submitted their links and made the book blogger into what it is now. For only a few months running we have had over 1200 URLs submitted! And with the help of all the wonderful Moderators (more thanks) we are inserting them at record numbers! Thanks everyone you are doing awesome.

What have we achieved with this? First off, we now have a Google Page Rank of 4! FOUR! For only being in operation since March – four months this is phenomenal! Or at least I think it is, since it took me a year and a half to get parajunkee.com to rank at a 4. This has led to amazing stats and enhanced SEO for everyone. The more the directory shows up in Google – the more your link will also.

Because of this success we have had some inquiry about enhanced listing, so I posted this on the ADD URL PAGE:

Per a demand by some users, we are offering a featured spot and an advertisement spot, much like Google offers.

Featured Spots, add your blog button to your directory listing for just $15.

Just like the image shown to the left, your link will stand out from the rest of the back with a little graphically enhanced technology…

Advertising Spots, will be shown at the top of the genre page, or A-Z listings, depending on your choice, above the moderator links or below once again depending again on your choice. A price will be quoted on request.

If you are interested in either spot, email Rachel at parajunkee@gmail.com

Money earned from this endeavor will go to making this into a better directory and bribing my moderators.

Thanks again everyone!!!

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New Blogger Interview: Bibliosaurus Text

One of the things I hope the Book Blogger Directory accomplishes is helping promote new blogs. In furtherance of that, I’m going to be featuring interviews with a number of newer blogs. It’s so much fun to know more about the blogger behind the blog. If you started blogging in 2011 and you’re interested in being featured, shoot me an e-mail (alisoncanread at gmail dot com).

Today’s interview is with Audrey of Bibliosaurus Text. She stared blogging in January. Her blog is simple, easy to read, and full of thought-out reviews.

1. Name/Username:

Audrey / Bibliosaurus Text

2. Blog link:

Bibliosaurus Text

3. Tell us a little about yourself:

I’m 28 years old, and I’ve been living in the Boston suburbs for about 3 years, although I’m a native Southern Californian. I work as a rare book catalog librarian at one of the universities in Cambridge, MA.

4. What types of books do you review on your blog?

Mainly YA, but anything that strikes my fancy, really. I’ll do lots of paranormal/fantasy/horror, and some non-fiction.

5. Why did you decide to start blogging?

I’d been following other book blogs for about 4 years, and putting reviews on Goodreads. My boyfriend convinced me that I should just make my own website to post the reviews so I would have more control over my content.

6. What do you like do to when you’re not reading or blogging?

When I’m not reading or blogging, I’m usually playing the trumpet. I’ve been playing for almost 20 years, and I currently play in a community concert band and a swing band. I’m the only girl instrumentalist in the swing band, which is something I’m particularly proud of. I’m also the youngest person in the group.

7. Do you listen to music while you read? If so, what do you like to listen to?

I listen to music while I read on the train. What I listen to varies on my mood: it could be showtunes, Muse, bluegrass, classical, swing, etc. I just like something that blocks out the voices around me, but that doesn’t
distract me from reading. If I find the music is too distracting, I’ll either turn it down or switch to something else.

8. Tell us one thing about you that would surprise us

I’ve been a television and movie extra in lots of stuff, through high school and college marching band gigs, where I got to meet celebs such as Drew Carey, Mario Lopez, Outkast, Laura Bush and Henry Winkler (Fonzie). You can see me as one of the trumpet players doing the “robot” during the 2004 Grammy’s “Hey Ya” performance.

Favorites:

-Book(s) you read in the past few years:

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke, Geek Love by Katherine Dunn, The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova, Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves, Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

-Book(s) from childhood:

The Oz books, Roald Dahl’s children books, the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark series, the Bunnicula series, Charlotte’s Web, The Sideways Stories from Wayside School books, the Time-Life Mysteries of the Unknown books

-All time author(s):

George Orwell, Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, Roald Dahl, J.D. Salinger

-Book(s) you had to read for school:

The Catcher in the Rye (all-time fave book), 1984, Dracula, Pride and Prejudice, The Once and Future King, Them!: Adventures with Extremists

-Book(s) that made you cry:

HP 6 (The Half-Blood Prince) had me in tears. There was no consoling me! Also the end of The Return of the King

-Book to movie adaptation(s):

The Princess Bride and The NeverEnding Story were both better movies than books!

-Place to read:

Usually on my commuter train in the morning and evening, and in bed.

-Book covers:

Grace

The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories
sister red

Sisters Red
leviathan

Leviathan (mostly for the endpapers!)
ruined

Ruined

-Book blogs:

The Story Siren
Alison Can Read
Parajunkee’s View
Stacked
Bookshelves of Doom

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New Blogger Interview: The Bookery

One of the things I hope the Book Blogger Directory accomplishes is helping promote new blogs. In furtherance of that, I’m going to be featuring interviews with a number of newer blogs. It’s so much fun to know more about the blogger behind the blog. If you started blogging in 2011 and you’re interested in being featured, shoot me an e-mail (alisoncanread at gmail dot com).

Today’s interview is with Nora of The Bookery. She stared blogging in April. Already she has a gorgeous, well-designed blog with great reviews. I definitely recommend checking her blog out.

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1. Name/Username:

NoraBell

2. Blog link:

The Bookery

3. Tell us a little about yourself:

NoraBell is a technologically impaired teenage deviant who cannot seem to establish a separation between reality and the written word, and also likes to wear the guise of a pirate. Her treasure chest contain naught but books. This pirate likes to break the whole uneducated reputation and get herself learned. No paranormal, fantasy, or romance book, adult or young adult, is safe from her dastardly crew! :]

4. What types of books do you review on your blog?

I review both YA and Adult books, favoring Paranormal, Supernatural, Urban Fantasy, and Romance.

5. Why did you decide to start blogging?

I’ve been blogging on and off since 2009, but in the last year or so have gotten really involved with it. Originally I was working on a partner blog, but that fell through, so now I’m solo and loving it.

6. What do you like do to when you’re not reading or blogging?

When I’m not reading or blogging, I’m either at sleeping in school, working at my local library, or babysitting so my friends can have a social life. During the summer I work mainly at my three local libraries in upstate New York for the Summer Reading Program.

7. Do you listen to music while you read? If so, what do you like to listen to?

Though I love music, probably too much, It’s really difficult for me to concentrate on a good book when there’s any kind of talking/singing in the background. I have become a big fan of piano music while I read, especially Yiruma’s “First Love.”

8. Tell us one thing about you that would surprise us

I am an undiagnosed Superman and Disney addict, and when I’m sad I watch Barbie movies. It helps me cope :]

Favorites:

-Book(s) you read in the past few years:

Other by Karen Kincy, anything by Sherrilyn Kenyon, The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson, and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, among many more.

-Book(s) from childhood:

The Seven Silly Eaters by Mary Ann Hoberman and Little Critter’s The Fussy Princess by Mercer Mayer were glued to my bedside table.

-All time author(s):

Sherrilyn Kenyon!

-Book(s) you had to read for school:

Life of Pi by Yann Martel, beware your mental sanity after reading this!

-Book(s) that made you cry:

Hurt Go Happy by Ginny Rorby had me bawling my eyes out. Also, The Book Thief made me sniffle quite a bit.

-Book to movie adaptation(s):

Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Claus; the book was okay, but I LOVED the movie.

-Place to read:

Curled up on my favorite couch, or under my desk in class.

-Book covers:

Ugh, there are so many fantastic covers out there! Though, some amazing covers hide terrible books, but some underrated covers are to the best books…

-Book blogs:

I love the theme to Down the Rabbit Hole blog, and the designs featured on Wicked Awesome Books and Larissa’ Bookish Life, and Hale & Salvatore Supernatural Must Reads has an awesome header!

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New Blogger Interview: Inklings Read

One of the things I hope the Book Blogger Directory accomplishes is helping promote new blogs. In furtherance of that, I’m going to be featuring interviews with a number of newer blogs. It’s so much fun to know more about the blogger behind the blog. If you started blogging in 2011 and you’re interested in being featured, shoot me an e-mail (alisoncanread at gmail dot com).

Today’s interview is with Sarah of Inklings Read. She started blogging in March and already has a great set of YA dystopia and fantasy reviews up, among others. Her blog looks beautiful and is easy to read.

1. Name/Username:

Sarah

2. Blog link:

http://inklingsread.blogspot.com

3. Tell us a little about yourself:

Well.. I like long walks on the beach and having dinner by twilight… Who am I kidding? I really hate talking about myself… Here goes nothing.

Currently I live in the small town of Parkton, MD and work as an IT tech. Yes, I am a geek. I even wear glasses sometimes and play video games. I do however feel that my personal hygiene is much better than other self-proclaimed geeks. I’m 22 years old and definitely an avid reader. I love trying new genres and books out of my comfort zone… Doing so, for me at least, brings about a great appreciation for originality. Who doesn’t love reading a book with an entirely new concept?

I have an awesome boyfriend of 3 years, though sometimes I think he gets a little jealous of my Kindle :) That device by the way….amazing, just amazing. Get one.

That’s about all I have for you guys! Sorry if I disappoint *shrugs*

4. What types of books do you review on your blog?

I mostly stick to YA, fantasy, and sci-fi books. I might, on occasion, venture from these.

5. Why did you decide to start blogging?

It was like one day I woke up and it occurred to me: I read a lot more than most people, I enjoy writing reviews, and I LOVE giving people good book recommendations. At that point it was more of the question: “Why am I not doing this already?” I have had personal blogs in the past and didn’t get any satisfaction from them. Having direction and purpose is definitely a must for a blog! I wanted to have a place where people could read my point of view, but also provide their own. I love the interaction that comes with having a book blog! This community has been nothing less than wonderful! Everyone is so welcoming! I haven’t been blogging for long, but I certainly don’t see myself stopping any time soon.

6. What do you like do to when you’re not reading or blogging?

I can be found:

  • Listening to music (Paramore, Fireflight, Alter bridge, etc.)
  • Working on my Etsy projects
  • Eating or cooking (LOVE food)
  • Hanging with my boyfriend
  • Playing guitar
  • Snowboarding (if it’s winter)
  • Playing video games (Xbox 360)
  • Watching movies

7. Do you listen to music while you read? If so, what do you like to listen to?

This is tough. It really depends on the type of book and where I am reading. If it is a super-easy, “summer” read then yes I do listen to music. Otherwise, I prefer to be entirely invested in the book. I love music so much that listening to it would probably tempt me to sing along… Music does come in handy when you need to drown out other noise though. As for what music, it all depends on my mood and the the book!

8. Tell us one thing about you that would surprise us

My pinky fingers are bent pretty bad. If I put them next to each other they make a “Y” shape. Yeah, I know… kinda gross. Is it bad that that is all I can come up with?

Favorites:

-Book(s) you read in the past few years:

  • Iron Fey Series by Julie Kagawa
  • The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins
  • Graceling by Kristin Cashore

-Book(s) from childhood:

  • My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George
  • Pit Dragon Series by Jane Yolen
  • The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner: I have very fond memories of my dad reading this to me when I was little…
  • The New Kid on the Block by Jack Prelutsky: This book has some VERY funny poems for kids.
  • Anything by Dr. Seuss!

-All time author(s):

  • Julie Kagawa
  • Suzanne Collins
  • Jane Yolen: Her Pit Dragon Series was what really inspired me to read. Highly recommend.
  • Jean Craighead George: Great nature related stories. Simply good stuff!

-Book(s) you had to read for school:

  • The Giver by Lois Lowry
  • Nectar in a Sieve by Kamala Markandaya
  • The Tripods Trilogy by John Christopher

-Book(s) that made you cry:

  • The entire Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins: You can’t help but tear up at some points..
  • Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa
  • New Moon by Stephenie Meyer

-Book to movie adaptation(s):

Lord of the Rings and The Notebook

-Place to read:

In the hammock in our backyard.

-Book blogs:

The Story Siren, A Girl That Reads, A Cupcake and A Latte, Books 4 Hearts, The Life of Fiction, and Fangirl Next Door.

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New Blogger Interview: An Armchair by the Sea

One of the things I hope the Book Blogger Directory accomplishes is helping promote new blogs. In furtherance of that, I’m going to be featuring interviews with a number of newer blogs. It’s so much fun to know more about the blogger behind the blog. If you started blogging in 2011 and you’re interested in being featured, shoot me an e-mail (alisoncanread at gmail dot com).

Today’s interview is with Bex of An Armchair By The Sea. If you have an eclectic taste in books, look no further than An Armchair by the Sea. Bex’s blog discusses everything from Noel Streatfeild to fairy tales to The Three Musketeers.

1. Name/Username:

Bex

2. Blog link:

http://www.anarmchairbythesea.blogspot.com/

3. Tell us a little about yourself:

Tell us a little about yourself: I’m 23, and recently relocated to Broadstairs, a small coastal town in Kent, England, with my fiance. I have a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, and by day I work in retail, while struggling with becoming an accredited proofreader, and figuring out what I really want to do with my life! Until November 2010, I’d lived in London my whole life, with my gigantic family (I’m the oldest of 7 kids), and I’m still adjusting to the change of pace!

4. What types of books do you review on your blog?

I review literally everything. More fiction than non-fiction, though, and I’m a huge fan of reading challenges.

5. Why did you decide to start blogging?

I started blogging, like a lot of other people, as a way to keep track of the books I read, and my responses to them. I’d reached the stage where I’d get half way through a book, and it would start to seem sort of familiar, and I’d realise that I’d already read it. There’s definitely too many books I want to read to waste time re-reading books I didn’t love enough to remember the first time around! Also, when we moved, I was feeling a bit disconnected from everything, as I was living away from family and friends I’d known my whole life, and didn’t really know anybody, and blogging seemed (and is!) a great way to connect, not to mention argue about books and get some great recommendations!

6. What do you like do to when you’re not reading or blogging?

When I’m not reading or blogging, I watch a lot of movies. I’m also a big fan of taking long walks along the coast, and spend a lot of time visitng friends and family,as well as planning my wedding! I’m very into music, and in a former life (when I didn’t live up a load of really narrow, windy stairs!) was a pianist.

7. Do you listen to music while you read? If so, what do you like to listen to?

I don’t usually, as I concentrate better without it. I can read no problem with the TV on, or if other people are around and talking, but I find music distracting, which is weird, because I come from a really musical family, and am a musical person myself. If I do have music on while reading, though, it’s usually something chilled: classical or jazz mostly.

8. Tell us one thing about you that would surprise us

I went to primary school with Keira Knightley (no, really – Teddington is where we both grew up!)

Favorites:

-Book(s) you read in the past few years:

A lot of Scarlett Thomas: The End of Mr Y, Popco, Our Tragic Universe, Dead Clever….

-Book(s) from childhood:

Little Women, Good Wives, Little Men, and Jos Boys by Louisa M. Alcott – I still adore them to this day!

-All time author(s):

Scarlett Thomas, David Gemmell, Terry Pratchett, Jodi Picoult, Sarah Addison Allen, J.K. Rowling, Jane Austen, Neil Gaiman, Elisabeth Hyde, Zoe Heller, Roald Dahl…..

-Book(s) you had to read for school:

To Kill a Mockingbird, and Northanger Abbey

-Book(s) that made you cry:

Good Wives, and Ravenheart by David Gemmell. Both make me cry every single time I read them.

-Book to movie adaptation(s):

Stardust, Lord of the Rings, Alice in Wonderland (the Johnny Depp/Tim Burton version), Watchmen

-Place to read:

On the beach, on the train, or in the bath!

-Book cover(s):

The cover of Alice in Wonderland illustrated by Camille Rose Garcia

-Book blogs:

Again, lots. A Literary Odyssey, Estella’s Revenge, The Book Lady’s Blog, Teadevotee. RoofBeamReader, Reading Thru the Night – just the ones that came to mind immediately!

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New Blogger Interview: Magnet4Books’ Reviews

One of the things I hope the Book Blogger Directory accomplishes is helping promote new blogs. In furtherance of that, I’m going to be featuring interviews with a number of newer blogs. It’s so much fun to know more about the blogger behind the blog. If you stared blogging in 2011 and you’re interested in being featured, shoot me an e-mail (alisoncanread at gmail dot com).

The first interview is with Al of Magnet4Books’ Reviews. She started blogging in March. She has a very colorful blog and great, thorough reviews. I highly recommend checking her out!

1. Name/Username:

Al/ Magnet4books

2. Blog link:

http://magnet4books.blogspot.com

3. Tell us a little about yourself:

I’m 22 y/o (23 in June!!), I live in Georgia. I’m in my 3rd year of college: majoring in Psych and minoring in Creative Writing. I also work part-time at a grocery store deli.

4. What types of books do you review on your blog?

I review MOSTLY YA. But I do read occasional adult books if enough (or just certain) people suggest them to me. John Grisham & Nicholas Sparks are amazing.

5. Why did you decide to start blogging?

Well, the thought was something I’d been toying with for awhile because I really have no one in my life that I can talk to about books. At least not as much as I would like. Then, one day, I found a blog, and thought, wow. That is awesome. But I never really thought about people caring what I have to say about them until I read Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins. And I fell in love with the book, and I had to tell someone. It was 3 AM, and I just needed to vent. Julie, who ran the first blog I ever found (Bloggers Heart Books) was on Twitter, and it just hit me- I’M GOING TO START A BLOG! and she was nice enough to tweet about it to get me started- before I ever wrote more than the first post. :) I’m not even sure the first post was written at that point. haha

6. What do you like do to when you’re not reading or blogging?

Well, besides work and school, I don’t have a WHOLE lot of time to do much else. Reading is how I destress. Or writing. I love writing! (not that I’ve done much of it outside of writing about books, but I do love it VERY much!

7. Do you listen to music while you read? If so, what do you like to listen to?

It depends. If I’m really into a book, I don’t care if music is playing, but if it’s slow going, I almost always have music on. It helps keep me focused, I think. Or at least actively thinking so I don’t get sidetracked. (Which I do VERY easily!) I usually just put on a playlist shuffle. But Taylor Swift is always on there. Always!

8. Tell us one thing about you that would surprise us

Hm. Surprising? I’m a pretty boring person! haha.. I almost died when I was five because I fell on a set of tea glass/saucers/pot. I have a scar across my face from it. I wasn’t ever supposed to be able to open my mouth at all, even to smile. But I beat the odds :)

Favorites:

-Book(s) you read in the past few years:

Um, can I name a few?
HUNGER GAMES! I can’t even begin to explain how obsessed I became when I read that trilogy. I couldn’t read another book for like at least two weeks. I couldn’t stop thinking about it! I don’t think that’s ever happened to me before. Not even with Twilight (which I consumed like cotton candy at a carnival)!
13 Reasons Why- that book just broke me and healed me all at the same time. It was just… perfection binded together with a hauntingly beautiful cover! I can’t gush enough about the book. Ever.
The Mortal Instruments series. (I know these are all super popular- but you know, sometimes they are popular for a reason!) Epically amazing.
ANYTHING by Sarah Dessen is gold. Like, if someone offered me a chance to meet Sarah Dessen or a brand new car guaranteed to never ever break down. I might possibly choose meeting Sarah Dessen. She. is. my. HERO.

-Book(s) from childhood:

I have always been a reader for as long as I can remember. I consumed the Babysitter’s Club books,and then Karen’s books. And of course, there was Goosebumps.But I moved onto older books pretty early (because I had no choice but to read my Mom’s books. John Grisham is the first AUTHOR I remember ever falling in love with. (Still am.)

-All time author(s):

Grisham & Dessen (as mentioned) Nicholas Sparks. And while it’s still too early to say it, I’m fairly certain that Rachel Hawkins & Suzanne Collins will make that list. Hex Hall series & HG trilogy are just… sigh.

-Book(s) you had to read for school:

Haha, I was a pretty bad student, actually. I guess I was too busy reading my own books to worry about school. But I have always loved To Kill A Mockingbird. I wrote a paper on it in 9th AND 11th grade. The rest were pretty depressing. (I will never understand people’s deep and never dying devotion to Shakespeare. I just can’t.

-Book(s) that made you cry:

Honestly, it doesn’t make much to make me cry when I read books. (More so than movies). But 13 Reasons Why was a heartbreaker. And so was Delirium by Lauren Oliver. and ANYTHING by Nicholas Sparks will have me sobbing buckets. Guaranteed.

-Book to movie adaptation(s):

Um Sparks books’ adaptations have all been pretty awesome (excluding the Last Song- but that might just be my personal dislike of Miley Cyrus). I wasn’t impressed with Twilight (although I watch them). I’m pretty excited about HG! I’m praying they don’t mess it up.

-Place to read:

My bed. I like to have lots of pillows around when I read. Maybe for comfort. Because I will probably be crying! haha

-Book cover(s):

Oooh! That’s hard. I love Delirium‘s cover. I instantly adore Dessen’s too. But i’m prob just impartial. And the Mortal

Instruments covers are amazing. AND WITHER! I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but cover is AMAZINGGGGG!!!!!
Also, it hasn’t come out yet, but I’m seriously in love with the cover of Hourglass by Myra McEntire. I can’t even explain how much I love it. It’s fantastic.

-Book blogs:

I sadly do not get to visit as nearly as many as I like. But as I said, the Bloggers Heart Books blog is the first one I ever found, and Julie’s suggestions have NEVER led me wrong. I will pretty much read anything she suggests. (Until proven wrong.)
Alison Can Read blog is also really fantastic. Other than that, I tend to just go through my dashboard occasionally, and click on titles that seem interesting! I plan to be better this summer at following blogs though! Everyone has been SO SO supportive of me. I definitely want to reciprocate!!

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Two New Moderators

Joining the club will be Aimee from Coffee Table Reviews. Aimee will be moderating the General Fiction section with Shannon. Please give her a warm welcome.

Coffee Table Reviews

Coffee Table Reviews
Fiction, General Fiction, Poetry Moderator
Fiction, Everything! Moderator
Email Moderator
http://www.coffeetablereviews.net
Fiction > Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy

Next, Jim from Urban Fantasy Book Club will be joining the fray and focusing on Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels along with helping me (Parajunkee) out in PNR/UF sections (Paranormal Romance / Urban Fantasy). Yeah!

Urban Fantasy Book Club

Urban Fantasy Book Club
Fiction > Comics & Graphic Novel Book Blogs Moderator
Email Moderator
www.urbanfantasybookclub.com
Fiction > Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy

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Joining the mix…

Thank you everyone for exploding this Directory onto the map. The turnout has been phenomenal. We are adding links like crazy, spread the word, more participation means more recognition and more people using this as a great resource. How easy will it be for authors to find you now? All they will have to do is find their genre and go down the list… and that is just one of the pluses of having a Book Blogger Directory!

Please welcome two new moderators joining the fray…

Shannon will be joining us as the General Fiction moderator in adult fiction.

Books Devoured

Books Devoured
Fiction, General Fiction, Poetry Moderator
Fiction, Everything! Moderator
Email Moderator
www.booksdevoured.com

Thank you Amy for joining us! Amy will be manning the helm in our romantic sections!

My Overstuffed Bookshelf

My Overstuffed Bookshelf
Fiction > Erotica, GBLT, Adult Romance Moderator
Fiction > Romance Moderator > Email Moderator
http://myoverstuffedbookshelf.blogspot.com/
Fiction > Paranormal, Romance, Erotica, Fantasy, General, Young Adult

 

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Rie from a Mission to Read is a new BBD Moderator

Please welcome and give BIG thanks to Rie from Mission to Read.

Rie will be a moderator in the Young Adult section. It is great to have her on board!

Rie runs the blog Mission to Read, a favorite of mine, go check out her blog if you have time. http://www.missiontoread.com

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