Book Club Mom’s Valentine’s Day Link Love

Happy Valentine’s Day! Thank you to these recent followers! I hope you’ll check them out and give them a follow 💝

Kimberly Wenzler is a writer of women’s fiction. Her books explore the various relationships that define women and make life so interesting: parent/child, friendship, self-acceptance, and of course, true love. If she can make you laugh a little and cry even more, then she has done her job.

Sadie loves to write. Loves reading and has read almost every genre of literature, except horror. Her other interest is diet and health. She writes about keeping good physical and mental health and different forms of diets.

Valerie Ormond is a writer living in Maryland.  Her fiction and non-fiction stories have been published in books, and her articles and poetry have appeared internationally in books, magazines, newspapers, and blogs. Besides her writing, Valerie is a Navy veteran, owner of Veteran Writing Services, LLC, and a horsewoman.

Mary Anne Edwards is the author of the Charlie McClung Mysteries, set during the early 1980s in a small Georgia town. Mary Anne provides the latest news about herself and on the Charlie McClung Mysteries.

Stine Writing is a blog that shares book reviews, poetry and promotes positivity and connecting.

Paula Light is a writer in Orange County, California. Her interests include fiction, poetry, movies, painting, and cupcakes. Her most recent novel is Ghosted.

Bachir Bastien is a life coach and trainer for millennials and early and mid-career executives throughout Asia, the Americas, and Europe.

Anne is an avid reader living in Yorkshire. She recently retired and reads a variety of fiction genres including crime, fantasy, romance and literary fiction. For non-fiction she reads history and biography with a few true crime books thrown in as well.

Grace Blair is a self-help and motivational author, and the author of Einstein’s Compass: A YA Time Traveler Adventure. She lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband.

Joni Caggiano writes about her personal struggles and offers her blog as a venue in which to share her own thoughts, stories and path to recovery.  Her hope is that by doing so, others may be helped along the way.

The Nerdy Mom started this blog from her need of sharing her passion, views, thoughts, and reviews in connection with the books she reads.

Amani is a prolific blogger who shares her thoughts on books and entertainment.

Thanks for visiting—come back soon!

Book Club Mom’s Holiday Link Love

Happy Holidays! Here are some blogs I enjoy. I’ll be sharing more links during the next few weeks. Take a look and join the Holiday Link Love!

Belinda Grover Photography: “I wanted to combine my love of the outdoors with the challenge of photography and record the ‘stops along the way.’ With a camera in hand you tend to look at the world differently; light, shadow, framing can make the common extraordinary.”

Carla Loves to Read: “I have been a reader all my life, but recently began reading and reviewing books on Goodreads. Shortly after that, I was introduced to NetGalley and have been reviewing new books on a regular basis. I wanted somewhere to review books where people could come and look at them as well as see them somewhat categorized.”

T. W. Dittmer: “I suppose I could try to weave some tale about the burning desire, the urge that drove me to near insanity until I just HAD to put my thoughts into words. Or I could tell you some epic story about the tragic events that led me to write. I’d rather just tell you the truth. And the truth of it is, I just want to tell a story… hopefully the kind of story that makes a reader think… makes them smile or makes them cry… maybe jerks them around a little bit and makes them go ‘Huh?’ I just like to write.”

Graffiti Lux Art & More: “My name is Resa McConaghy, and my site, “Graffiti Lux and Murals”, was originally dedicated to showcasing & documenting Graffiti Art and Murals in Toronto and Winnipeg. However, I now find I am featuring the Street Art of other cities around the globe through travels of mine, and guest contributors.”

Priorhouseblog: “Priorhouse blog has morphed a lot over the years – yet the main themes have stayed the same: photos, art and a little bit of lit (and hopefully some encouragement).”

Read with Me: “I’m Jolie and I am a bookworm. I’ve written book reviews since I started blogging. I figured, ‘Hey, I like reading and I like blogging so let’s combine the two.’”

Words from Manneli: “This blog is a collection of ‘blurbs’ from life as I see it. Sometimes the blurb involves a funny little story, sometimes a photo or two, sometimes both. I enjoy interacting with my readers so please don’t be shy.”

Thanks for visiting—come back soon!

Sharing some holiday link love!

Many thanks to these bloggers for the recent follows. Why not give them a follow and keep the link love going!

One Book More

New Classic Recipe

Jenny Lou’s Book Reviews

Tessa Talks Books

Books with Raven

J-Dubs Grin and Bear It

The Reading Bug

Cage Dunn

Thistles and Kiwis

David Astor on Literature

Deb’s World

Happy Holidays!