Happy 1st Birthday Sarah Says......Read Romance!
Do you know how to celebrate in style or what? So many contests! So many great giveaways.
I’m seriously honored to be a part of the party, and to be donating a wee prize to the book-honey pot.
Book blogs are an author’s promotional back bone, and a major information source for readers. I appreciate all the work that goes into maintaining a book blog, and thank you for keeping me informed of the latest and greatest reads to load onto my Kindle. Also, I thank you for spotlighting my work to let readers know about my latest releases etc… You’re pretty darn cool and work so hard.
Talking of keeping up to date with new releases, I think that’s a great blog topic for today. I just got back from Romantic Times Booklovers convention, but I’m writing this post pre-convention. I just bet I find a crap ton of new-to-me authors to check out while in New Orleans for the week, and I also bet that I carried home a suitcase full of signed books to cherish. Heck, I would even I threw out clothes to make room for those books in the suitcase. You know, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do.
If you had to, what prized possession would you give away/throw out to make room for signed books from your all time favorite authors? Would you throw out your favorite piece of jewelry? Or how about that special item of clothing someone close to you bought for your birthday? Dish it! What would you be willing to give up to make room for more books.
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JoAnne Kenrick is a multi-published author who writes both contemporaries and paranormals. She was born and raised in a wee seaside town in North Wales, and has traveled far and wide. In true Brit form, she is a teaholic.
JoAnne now lives in North Carolina with her very own British hero, where she creates ever afters with a backdrop of those wonderful places she's lived. Come across the pond and faraway...with JoAnne Kenrick.
Latest Release is OUTBACK DIRTY. She’ll do anything to win him back, even if it means getting outback dirty.