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Raise your hand if you’re a book blogger.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever purchased a book because of a review you read on a book review blog.
Raise your hand if you’re a bookseller and a customer has asked for a certain title because they read about it on a book blog.
If your hand is raised, Bookstore Bookblogger Connection is for you.
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Come learn a little more about the people behind Bookstore Bookblogger Connection, over at Coffee, Cookies and Chili Peppers. Big thanks to Sue for interviewing us!
Here’s a snippet of the review:
1. Could you introduce yourself?
Andrea: I’m a nerd, book reviewer, blogger, and lover of books. Bookstores and libraries are my bat-cave.
Elizabeth: uh… ditto. Sort of. I am a lifetime reader of science fiction and fantasy, and I’d have way more money in my savings account if I didn’t buy so many books. But, of course, my life would be so less the richer. I don’t review books very much any more, I found that it’s not really for me (it’s too much work!) but we keep up a running discussion on bookish life with Darkcargo.
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Bookstore Bookblogger Connection was recently NEWS on SFFWorld! check it out!
Bloggers. Bookstores. what’s the connection?
If you’re reading this, you probably love books. You love reading them, you love talking about them, and many of us love buying them. I don’t know about you, but I’m on a first name basis with everyone at my favorite local bookstore, and their store cat greets me at the door. Other than giving them all my money, how can I help independently owned bookstores promote the genre fiction that has given me so much pleasure?
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