Hi Summer! It's your 4th follower here ;) - found you via the Blog Lift group (Goodreads). I fell in love with books when I was a toddler, too - though in my case I was reading Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck strips at the time. Now I'm well past my teenage years, but still love books with all my heart!
It is so great to meet others who are as passionate for reading as I am. I guess when you start something at a really young age (i.e. reading), it stays with you your whole life. Thanks for commenting and following! :)
Hi, Summer! I found you on the Blogger Lift group, too. I'm following you as Go Flash Go. Love your site! I just started my blog a few days ago. Would love for you to swing by to check it out. :) http://ReadRinseRepeat.blogspot.comhttp://twitter.com/ReadRinseRepeat
Hi Summer,Found you on GR too following you as almostfaemous. Here is my blog if you would like to check it out.http://almostfaemous.blogspot.ca/
Hiya Summer :) Thanks for following my blog. Your blog is such a delightful little place :)
Thanks! I am so flattered :)
lol :) hope to talk to you more.. :)
Dear Summer,I wanted to let you know that the book AfterLife by S.P. Cloward will be free on Amazon next week from April 8 through 10. This is a book that might really appeal to your readers. Originally written for a YA audience, AfterLife is attracting readers from 16 to 60, and is spanning the distance between those who love the paranormal and those who prefer more “believable” fiction. We’re hoping you might be willing to help us get the word out by letting your readers know about this freebie on any social media platforms that are available to you. I’ve included a short synopsis of the book below, but if you’d like to know more before deciding, or would like to read the first two chapters you can go to www.spcloward.com. Thanks for your help in getting the word out!S.P. Clowardemail: email@example.comSynopsisAfterLifePrior to recorded history, a small genetic mutation occurred that created a race of humans now found among every civilization in every corner of the globe. Unrecognizable to the rest of mankind but living among us and dependent upon humans for survival, this race is known as Mortui; those whose spirits do not sever from their bodies when they die. They are the source of all living dead legends.At the time of his premature death, Wesley Lohmann discovers he belongs to this select group. Wes' transition plunges him into the center of a struggle between those who seek to coexist peacefully with humans and those who wish to use and rule them, a struggle that carries over into the treacherous world of dreams. The delicate balance human and post-human societies have maintained for millennia is threatened by a recent scientific discovery that offers Mortui the hope of returning to human life, and human sensation, but at a terrible cost. As he struggles with new and past relationships and tries to find meaning for his continued existence, Wes discovers within himself the true meaning of being alive. AfterLife transcends the typical zombie or vampire genre and audience to present a plausible explanation of where such stories come from in an unsettling but believable way. Even those who usually shy away from this type of science fiction are falling prey to the “what if” question that makes this book so unique and is attracting readers who typically enjoy other types of fiction.
Hi Summer, really love your blog! :)
Hey summer. I just started this whole blog thing. So many readers do it. BTW beautiful blog.
Summer and Tierra, your blog is beautiful!! I look forward to reading all your helpful book reviews :)
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Love the blog! I stumbled upon it a few days ago, and I'm already totally agreeing with so many of the posts. It's so awesome finding bloggers who think the same things about what makes a book great :)www.omgbookreads.wordpress.com
Summer, I love your blog! In the last few hours, I have commented on several of your posts. This is a first for me. You now have a new follower. Hope you will follow me back at http://whatstheword-saywhaaat.blogspot.com. Can't wait to read more! :)
Hi! I nominated you for the Liebster Award! Please visit my post were I mention all the details! http://thereviewcourt.com/2014/10/i-was-nominated-for-the-liebster-award/
The fact that I'm finding loads of sixteen year olds with really great looking blogs like yours really depresses me. I started my blog two days ago and, despite being the same age as you, yours looks way better.Anyway! I love the look of your blog and hopefully I'll be able to find some good YA books through it. If you want you can check out my blog (as I said I only just started so it's fairly terrible) which has book and music reviews.
Oh, don't be depressed. Over time you'll grow more experienced and I know it'll look very nice. You've barely started and it already looks pretty professional. :D
Hye Summer! Looks like we have so much in common! I love most of the books you love too! Hahah Harry Potter long lost twin? Let's hope none of Voldemort's follower hear about you! xDAnyway, I'm so glad that I found your blog because it's really cute and simple. I also enjoy reading your posts. :)
Btw, I love the picture of your header. Did you designed that yourself. :)
Hello, Summer! I'm Ukrainian Muslim girl and I would be so happy to meet you:) Have you an account on Facebook or smth like that?