Hi Kate...thanks for the welcome note...several bloggers have mentioned that it can be a bit overwhelming at the MBC...thanks for your offer to assist when in need...I checked out your site...with our boys, my husband and his mother, I am surrounded by avid readers...their interests are so varied...I like how you have the books categorized (G, PG, etc)...it will be helpful...for the past two years, I've chaired the "visiting author" fund raiser at the boys elementary school...it's a great way to learn the work of some wonderful authors...thanks again for the welcome...Carole
Thanks for the offer of help! You are right is is a little overwhelming around here. I am not new to being online, but I have never done much with a "social" site as SEO and driving traffic through google is my forte. So, it's fun to learn about things like giveaways, friend connect, etc but I don't really get it all just yet. :)
I am a very avid reader so I will definately be checking out your site!
Thanks for the welcome! Got almost a year of blogging under my belt and years of writing... but just found this site. Can you believe it? I love your blog - going to follow. Check me out at www.theothersideofnormal.wordpress.com Can't wait to connect!
Hi, Kate, I just sent you an email (and I called this place BloggyMoms instead of mombloggers, crazy me) and I'm also following you now. Hope you'll stop by my spot: http://edgeofescape.blogspot.com/ I'm just getting started and have only one follower . . . woe is me.
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