More Amazing Feelings…

Not long ago, I posted about some of the wonderful book bloggers that I’ve got to know. There are a fair few who go above and beyond when it comes to supporting indie authors like me. As such, I thought it was time to talk about a couple more.

Recently, April at The Vagaries Of Us wrote a post that really touched me. April has been incredibly supportive, and she is so lovely to chat to. In her post, April shares her thoughts on Traditional v Self Publishing. It’s a fabulous read, and I love April’s perspective so much. I have a tonne of respect for how much work April does for ‘lesser known’ authors too. Likewise, the comments April makes about “dissent RENEGADES” blew me away.

You can read April’s post here. Also, April recently reviewed “dissent RENEGADES” in full, which you can read here.

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Next up is Sarah from Book Hooked Nook. Since I’ve known her, Sarah has always inspired me. She supports my books and spreads the word regularly, and she does that for so many other authors too. What I also love, is how much Sarah makes me laugh. On Twitter, I can always count on Sarah to make me giggle when I need it most. Then, unexpectedly, Sarah made me cry today (in such a lovely way).

If you want to know why, then read the post here. I am struggling to find words to describe how overwhelmed I was!

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Then, there is Liam from Bookwormhole. Liam invited me to take part in his Inside Out challenge, and I was so flattered to be asked. Personally, I think it’s an extremely inventive project, and I also adore that movie. I love Liam’s work, and his blog is fantastic, so it was a pleasure to be given the opportunity to guest post. Through Twitter, Liam has always been a huge support, and he retweets me regularly. For that, I am just so grateful.

On a final note, all three bloggers mentioned in this post have involved their children in reviewing the “Orgo Runners” books. Needless to say, their collective support has been mind-blowing! Book bloggers never cease to amaze me.

Much Love,

R.J.

That Amazing Feeling…

I love it so much when I appear on other people’s blogs. So much, I thought I’d share a few of my favourites so far…

Most recently, I was mentioned on The Introverted Book Nerd. The post was ‘Author Appreciation’, and I loved it that much, it brought me to tears. Danielle has always been so lovely and supportive, and it was such an awesome feeling reading this post.

You can read that one here.

Another post that really touched me, was Between The Pages’ ‘Top Ten Underrated Authors!’ Being included in that one was such an honour. Again, Meggan has always been incredibly supportive, and to receive such a compliment is just beautiful. I was so overwhelmed and flattered.

Find it here.

Lastly (for today), I was given the chance to do a guest post for My Little Library In The Attic in February. I loved writing it so much, and the theme was brilliant. Jo is an amazing blogger, and always great to chat to. I was in awe of her Feminist February theme, and every post was genius.

Check out my Feminist February post here.

Book Bloggers are such great people, and I’ve met some amazing friends in the community. I will be writing another post soon about some of my experiences, and it will feature more about the wonderful bloggers I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Watch this space.

Until then, take care.

Much Love,

R.J.