Sunday, March 27, 2011

BW13 - L is for linky love



I'm currently reading an e-book by an author I discovered during ROW80 called Hush Money by Susan Bischoff.  Another one of my blogging authors I stumbled over.  Over the past year, a few aspiring writers I've been following have had their first books published or decided to self publish. Of course, I just had to read their books. Or new to me authors who've been around awhile but I just discovered them.     So today I thought I'd throw a little linky love their way and introduce you to some of them.   Check out their blogs, check out their books.


Jody Hedlund - her debut novel The Preacher's Bride 

Susan Bischoff of Hunting High and Love -  the Talent Chronicles

Kait Nolan (hostess of Row80)  - The Mirius Novella Trilogy


Michelle Davidson Argyle of The Innocent Flower - debut novel "Cinders" 

Karen Harrington's of Scobberlotch - "Janeology "
K.M. Weiland's of Wordplay - "A Man Called Outlaw", plus "Behold the Dawn" and nonfiction writing book:  "Crafting Unforgettable Characters: A Hands-On Introduction to Bringing Your Characters To Life."

C.J. Darlington's "Thicker than Blood" and "Bound By Guilt"
Christine Fonseca - "Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students."  Excellent, excellent book and she's recently released "101 Success Secrets for Gifted Students." 

Susan Helene Gottfried of West of Mars - "Trevor's Song" and "the Demo Tapes Year 1 and Year 2"

Follow them for a while and get to know them.  I have read or have most of their books in my TBR stack waiting to be read.  Happy Reading!

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9 comments:

  1. I have completely failed the review part of this challenge, again this year. I even missed two weeks of reading!

    I completed Being a Green Mother by Piers Anthony this week.

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  2. Awww, I've always liked the "Cats, books" thing. It's so cute. I'll have to check out some of those author blogs.

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  3. @book dragon - there are no failures in this challenge. Reviews aren't necessary, nor required. The post is just to read... so read, enjoy, leave a note in comments about what you've read. Casual, no pressure. So don't pressure yourself. *Hugs*

    @Jessica - I have a couple shirts with the picture on it. Starting to get worn out. Need to buy another one, or two or three. :)

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  4. I, too, am failing at the review part of this challenge, and, sometimes, the reading part. But, it is encouraging me to read and share as I can. Thx.

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  5. Linked to my review of "Anno Dracula"--a novel that succeeds on many levels and is at once fun and thought provoking!

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  6. I'm not reading as much as I'd hoped...or at least not completing as many books as usual, which is an entirely different thing.

    But I'm pleased that I recognize at least one of your new authors, Jody Hedland.

    Thanks for hosting!

    Annie Kate

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  7. I read and reviewed another book. I hope it's OK to link up more than one per week.

    Annie Kate

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  8. @Martianne - As long as you are reading and enjoying it, that's all that matters.

    @Brian - Sounds great. Will definitely be checking it out.

    @Annie - If you have more than a couple reviews, just link to your blog with (multi reviews) after your name. Perfectly okay to link to multiple reviews as well. What ever is easier.

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