It has been a great blogging year and I’m grateful to everyone who follows, comments and contributes to Book Club Mom. So thank you all!
Thank you, in particular, to my top commenters. These great readers and writers have terrific blogs so be sure to check them out.
Tracy Ewens from From the Laundry Room
Jeff from Stuff Jeff Reads
Carrie Rubin from The Write Transition
Lisa from Bookshelf Fantasies
Cathy from 746 Books
Charlotte from Momasteblog
I have had a lot of fun getting to know indie authors with my feature Who’s That Indie Author? If you’re an indie author and would like to participate, email me at email@example.com and I will send you a template.
Here’s a link to this fall’s indie author profiles. Stay tuned to an update for November and December.
Thanks to everyone who participated in What’s That Book?, another new feature in 2015. It has been great interacting with my contributors and reading their recommendations. If you would like to contribute a book review, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you the form to complete.
Take a look at these most recent What’s That Book? posts:
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead by Crystal Zevon – contributor DD
Thank you, also, to everyone who has been reading my Friday Fiction. I appreciate all your support and I enjoy hearing from you. Jessica is the result of my participation in No Plot? No Problem!, by Chris Baty, a novel writing kit my family gave me for Mother’s Day a few years back. We’re close to the finish of Jessica, but stay tuned for more Friday Fiction in 2016!
Click here to read the latest chapter of Jessica, and if you want to start at the beginning, there are links to all the chapters at the bottom of the post.
It’s always fun to see what people are reading. I guess there are a lot of short fiction fans out there! Here are links to my most popular posts of 2015:
“Gryphon” by Charles Baxter
“House of Flowers” by Truman Capote
“Red Moccasins” by Susan Power
“Saint Marie” by Louise Erdrich
“The Girl on the Plane” by Mary Gaitskill
Thanks again to all. Happy New Year. I’m looking forward to reading your blogs in 2016!