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I have been on a great mission to find unique bloggers to review and help their readers find my book. I have been receiving tons of emails and I have been following all the bloggers I meet on Twitter. Wow! Moms with blogs and Dads too, are amazing. They have such a voice. Not only with their kids, but with other Moms, Dads and anyone else they want to reach.

I have decided every blogger is my friend. And as friends, I hope to add to the blogosphere. I am embracing all aspects of it, I might not be proficient and my blog might not be tricked out and cool, but I'm here to stay.

I recently read an article in Poets & Writers magazine about how literary agents are not reading blogs. It shocked me. In fact, I'm laying on my floor right now typing. WHAT? Do they know Technorati posted something like 50 million blogs in 2005 and over 100,000 started every day. Bloggers MATTER! Why aren't they reading them? They are seriously missing out. It's the best thing I've ever done online. To all of you Mommy Bloggers and any other Bloggers, you are my inspiration to keep writing and helping make the kids smile. All the best.



RD
http://www.hotontherange.com
Follow me on Twitter, I'm just starting out:
http://www.twitter.com/bekjents
http://www.falkenmedia.com, we're looking for authors

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