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Blog Tour With Review – Operation Prom Date by Cindi MadsenOperation Prom Date by Cindi Madsen
Series: , #1
Published by Entangled: Crush on March 13th 2017
Genres: YA, Romance
Pages: 230
Source: Chapter by Chapter, Netgalley

I received this book for free from Chapter by Chapter, Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Kate ships tons of fictional couples, but IRL her OTP is her and Mick, the hot quarterback she’s crushed on since, like, forever. With only one semester left of senior year, it’s now or never if she wants to land him in time for prom. Since she’s flirtationally challenged, she enlists Cooper Callihan, the guy who turned popular seemingly overnight but who used to be a good friend.
Cooper lives and breathes rowing, but his partner just broke his wrist. When he remembers Kate’s good with a set of oars, he strikes a deal: help him train, and he’ll make sure her crush notices her. Only he didn’t know how addicting spending time with her would be. Or how the more successful the Operation is, the more jealousy he experiences.
The mission has been set. The troops have their marching orders. But what if the target is the wrong guy all along?
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains stargazing, accidental swimming, and poker swindling. This kissing practice will melt your ereader…and give you a new couple to ship.

Kate has a crush on the quarterback and dreams of him taking her to prom. Cooper is out a rowing partner and comes across Kate who he knows can row. Kate and Cooper strike a deal she rows with him and he helps her get noticed by Mick. Thus is born Operation Prom Date. Everything is going to plan Kate is getting the attention she wants. What is not going to plan is Cooper is getting jealous the more successful their mission gets. Can Cooper convince Kate that maybe he should be the one to take her to prom?

In an Oyster Shell –  I loved, loved, loved this book! It was sweet and romantic with a really great ending.

The Pearls – Operation Prom Date was interesting in concept. You knew it was doomed to fail because one guy helping a girl get another guy? That’s not going to work out, but the process of how the narrative played out was still enjoyable though a little bit predictable. Sometimes being predictable is nice. I enjoyed it! The story itself was just great and sweet.

What made this story so great was the characters. You have Kate who is a bit whimsical in her quirkiness and Cooper who is serious about rowing. They make a great compliment to each other. The supporting characters helped the chemistry between Cooper and Kate. From Cooper’s mom to Mick all the characters have a play in the ultimate goal which is Cooper getting closer to Kate.

The ending was Sixteen Candles good. Sixteen Candles being one of my ultimate favorite chic-flick this is high praise. The ending couldn’t have been any more perfect. It left me swooning! Which ultimately led me to loving this book.

The Sand – This book couldn’t be more perfect!

5 Pearls!



Follow the Tour – 

March 13, 2017 – Stuck In Books – Excerpt

March 13, 2017 – The Avid Book Collector – Excerpt

March 13, 2017 – Books,Dreams,Life – Interview

March 13, 2017 – Book Briefs – Review 

March 14, 2017 – Zerina Blossom’s Books – Interview

March 14, 2017 – WS Momma Readers Nook – Excerpt

March 14, 2017 – Forever Fictional – Review

March 14, 2017 – BITTERSWEET ENCHANTMENT – Excerpt

March 15, 2017 – Twirling Book Princess – Excerpt

March 15, 2017 – The Avid Reader – Excerpt

March 16, 2017 – Hike2Forty and beyond – Excerpt

March 16, 2017 – Shirley Cuypers – Review

March 16, 2017 – BooksChatter – Interview

March 16, 2017 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review

March 17, 2017 – I Read Indie – Excerpt

March 17, 2017 – Book Plus Heart – Review

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About Cindi Madsen

Cindi Madsen is a USA Today Bestselling author of contemporary romance and young adult novels. She sits at her computer every chance she gets, plotting revising, and falling in love with her characters. Sometimes it makes her a crazy person. Without it, she’d be even crazier. She has way too many shoes, but can always find a reason to buy a new pretty pair, especially if they’re sparkly, colorful, or super tall. She loves music, dancing, and wishes summer lasted all year long. She lives in Colorado (where summer is most definitely NOT all year long) with her husband and three children.

Review – Statistically Improbable by Jennifer PeelStatistically Improbable by Jennifer Peel
Published by Jennifer Peel on March 10,2017
Pages: 252
Source: Kindle Unlimited

Two professional matchmakers. One fake relationship. He's a playboy. She's a good girl. What could possibly go wrong?
According to Binary Search's matchmaking service, Meg and Zander's odds of ever having a successful relationship are statistically improbable. Meg has run the numbers and knows the probability, but for some reason she can't quit thinking about her coworker, Zander--the self-proclaimed eternal bachelor.
To make matters more interesting, Zander approaches her with an unusual proposition. He's in need of a pretend girlfriend. Meg thinks this could be the answer to get him out of her system, and maybe knock the arrogant man down a few notches in the process. But what she doesn't realize is there is more to this man, something he carefully hides behind his arrogant exterior. And when her feelings begin to be anything but pretend, she knows the odds of getting hurt are more than probable.
Will they let the odds over come them, or will they find that all the reasons they are wrong for each other are exactly what make them a perfect fit?

Binary Search matchmaking uses numbers to calculate the probability of success rate between two people. Meg has run the numbers and her and Zander are statistically improbable. She still can’t stop thinking about him. It gets harder not to when he asks her to be his fake girlfriend. Zander is a relationship phobe playboy who’s not looking for anything serious. Her feelings start to grow despite the improbability. Will Zander reform his playboy ways and meet megs feelings? What are the odds that meg will come out of this unscathed?

In an Oyster Shell –  Another stellar romance from Peel.

The Pearls – I love this dating by design series. It’s imaginative yet realistic at the same time. This is the second book in the series and I liked it even better than the first one. The first one was phenomenal as well. I liked this one a little more because the odds were a factor. The whole point of Binary search is to find who you are statistically compatible, Meg and Zander have the odds against them. It was a refreshing premise.

Meg was a refreshing heroine. She stayed true to who she was despite what she wanted. She could have easily compromised for less than what she really wanted and she never did. Zander was a bad boy playboy just the idea that Meg could be the one to tame him made me turn page after page.

This story sat well in the series, you could read it as a stand-alone but you would be missing out. These books work best if read in order. The characters from the previous book play a part in the next book. I am looking forward to the third book which will feature previous characters but also highlight some new ones. In my opinion, this is an ingenious series.

It’s humorous. This book was so good I was up until 3 reading it. I would get to a funny part and I’d have to chuckle quietly though I almost burst up laughing waking up my husband. Peel has an amazing sense of humor which has me reading just about everything she has coming out.

The Sand – It was a great book

5 Pearls!

5 Stars

About Jennifer Peel

Jennifer Peel is the mother of three amazing kiddos. Wife to her one and only for the past twenty-one years. Lover of late night talks, beach vacations, mountains, pink bubble gum ice cream, tours of model homes, and southern living. She can frequently be found with her laptop on, fingers typing away, indulging in chocolate milk, and writing out the stories that are constantly swirling through her head.


Review – Investment in Love by Emily Walters

Review – Investment in Love by Emily WaltersInvestment in Love (Contemporary Romance) by Emily Walters
on July 17, 2016
Pages: 129
Source: Kindle Unlimited

Calvin Barnard is a hard-working New York stockbroker, focused entirely on his job. His life is simple until the day he gets a call from the lawyer of his late Great-Aunt Loretta. The great-aunt he barely knew has left him $10 million and a house in the tiny backwoods Oregon town of Carterville—but there's one condition. Before Calvin can get the money, he has three months to marry a girl from that same rural town. Suddenly, everything is complicated, as Calvin tries to figure out how his reclusive great-aunt had millions of dollars, what he’s going to do with her old dusty mansion, and which small-town girl will be willing to marry him on short notice. Interior designer Ellie Parker looks like the perfect solution to his problems: She’s beautiful, single, and available to fix up the old house. But when Calvin starts to feel more than sympathy for sweet Ellie, he’ll have to decide between the inheritance of a lifetime or the love of the most enchanting woman he’s ever met.

In an Oyster Shell – A short and sweet satisfying romance.

The Pearls – The concept of the book was fun. An inheritance with a catch. A marital catch at that is really fun. Calvin having to marry someone in 3 months time to inherit money is really fun. It reminds me of one of my favorite movies Brewster’s millions. Though the concept of marriage is not in the movie having a clause to a major inheritance is the same.

The romance was sweet and unexpected for the characters. Calvin thinks he’s going to find a get rich quick marriage. He doesn’t expect to fall in love. It was a fun twist and a main component to the book.

The theme of not waiting until you lose out in love is appropriate for Calvin. Learning from his aunt’s story he is able to make better choices. It’s a great theme.

The Sand – It was really short, could have been filled out a little more.

3.5 Pearls!

3.5 Stars

About Emily Walters

Emily Walters lives in California with her beloved husband, three daughters, and two dogs. She began writing after high school, but it took her ten long years of writing for newspapers and magazines until she realized that fiction is her real passion.

Emily likes to create a mental movie in her reader’s mind about charismatic characters, their passionate relationships and interesting adventures.

When she isn’t writing romantic stories, she can be found reading a fiction book, jogging, or traveling with her family. She loves Starbucks, Matt Damon and Argentinian tango.


For Whom The Bread Rolls by Sarah Fox

For Whom The Bread Rolls by Sarah FoxFor Whom the Bread Rolls by Sarah Fox
Series: A Pancake House Mystery #2
Published by Penguin Random House on March 14th 2017
Genres: Cozy Mystery
Pages: 247
Source: Netgalley

I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


From the author of The Crêpes of Wrath comes another decadent cozy mystery. This time, pancake house owner Marley McKinney is tangling with a salty troublemaker . . . and a ravenous killer.
Bonus content: includes original recipes inspired by the Flip Side Pancake House menu!
Tourist season’s in full swing in the small seaside town of Wildwood Cove, and Marley McKinney couldn’t be happier. Since taking over the Flip Side restaurant, she’s made a few close friends, adopted a cat named Flapjack, and started dating her childhood crush. The only cloud on the horizon is local nuisance Ida Winkler, who blames Marley for landing her nephew in prison. Trying to get a rise out of Marley, Ida’s been making crank calls and even vandalizing the pancake house.
The police can’t do much about the pranks, so Marley sets out to bury the hatchet once and for all. But someone’s beat her to it—in the most shocking way possible. After stumbling across Ida’s dead body, Marley’s suddenly the number-one suspect in her murder. Clearing her good name is going to be a tall order, but Marley’s not about to let Ida keep ruining her life—especially from beyond the grave.

Marley McKinney is living in Wildwood Cove after the death of her cousin Jimmy. Everything is going well she is running the pancake house, living in the house left to her, dating her childhood crush. Marley is happy until she has to deal with Ida an old disgruntled employee and the aunt of the guy who killed her uncle. Ida is causing trouble for the pancake house and Marley goes to talk to her to end it once and for all. When she gets to Ida’s house she finds her dead and winds up being the suspect in the murder. Marley must work hard to clear her own name.

In an Oyster Shell –  Another great installment of the Pancake house mysteries.

The Pearls – The small town setting is idyllic. It’s a great place to set a book. I love small town settings because you get familiar with all the characters in town. You get a feel for small town life. The author makes it feel like you are right there enjoying the festivities of the town.

The characters in this series are marvelous. Marley is a great heroine backed by some great supporting characters. There is Ivan her surly cook who is really a softy at heart and would do anything to make sure Marley is safe. There is the cat flapjack though not a human character a character all the same. This is just a small sample of the great characters this series has to offer.

The mystery is just as exciting and multi-faceted as the last book. The author has a knack for writing complicated yet entertaining plots. I like a mystery that surprises me and this one did.

The romance is sweet and kicked up a notch. It makes me look forward to future books because I can’t wait to see what happens between Marley and her Beau.

The Sand –It’s a great book!

4 Stars

About Sarah Fox

Sarah Fox, writer of cozy mysteries, was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she developed a love for mysteries at a young age. When not writing novels or working as a legal writer she is often reading her way through a stack of books or spending time outdoors with her English Springer Spaniel.

Sarah is the author of the Music Lover’s Mysteries and The Pancake House Mysteries.


Review – Crepes of Wrath by Sarah Fox

Review – Crepes of Wrath by Sarah FoxThe Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox
Series: A Pancake House Mystery #1
Published by Alibi on August 16th 2016
Pages: 240
Source: Purchased Amazon

In the debut of a delightful cozy mystery series, Sarah Fox introduces a charming new heroine who finds herself in a sticky situation: stacking pancakes, pouring coffee, and investigating murder.
When Marley McKinney’s aging cousin, Jimmy, is hospitalized with pneumonia, she agrees to help run his pancake house while he recovers. With its rustic interior and syrupy scent, the Flip Side Pancake House is just as she pictured it—and the surly chef is a wizard with crêpes. Marley expects to spend a leisurely week or two in Wildwood Cove, the quaint, coastal community where she used to spend her summers, but then Cousin Jimmy is found murdered, sprawled on the rocks beneath a nearby cliff.
After she stumbles across evidence of stolen goods in Jimmy’s workshop, Marley is determined to find out what’s really going on in the not-so-quiet town of Wildwood Cove. With help from her childhood crush and her adopted cat, Flapjack, Marley sinks her teeth into the investigation. But if she’s not careful, she’s going to get burned by a killer who’s only interested in serving up trouble.

Marley McKinney’s cousin Jimmy is in the hospital and she’s in town to help out with his pancake house. She only plans to stay until he’s back on his feet until he turns up dead. Marley is devastated by the loss and even more devastated that it is murder. When one of the employees of the pancake house is implicated she sets out to find the truth. All the meanwhile struggling to make the decision to stay in town or go back to Seattle.

In an Oyster Shell – A well-done Cozy mystery.

The Pearls –  The setting is what I am most excited about. Set in the Puget sound area. I get to experience some of the towns that I am familiar with because my mom lives in that area.

The mystery was mult-faceted and fulfilling. It wasn’t easy to figure out what was going on. Marley found herself deep into the mystery before it was solved. It was classic cozy.

The romance was nice though Marley found herself conflicted. She was left everything the house and the restaurant in her cousin’s passing but that does not mean she is staying. Her romance is conflicted while she figures out what she wants. It was a nice twist to the story.

The Sand –  No complaints.

4 Pearls!

4 Stars

About Sarah Fox

Sarah Fox, writer of cozy mysteries, was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she developed a love for mysteries at a young age. When not writing novels or working as a legal writer she is often reading her way through a stack of books or spending time outdoors with her English Springer Spaniel.

Sarah is the author of the Music Lover’s Mysteries and The Pancake House Mysteries.

Blog Tour with Review – Bel of the Brawl by Maggie McConnonBel of the Brawl by Maggie McConnon
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks on March 7th 2017
Genres: Cozy Mystery
Pages: 320
Source: Publicist

I received this book for free from Publicist in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Bel McGrath loves her work as a wedding chef. But with her latest event set to take place at Shamrock Manor, she just can't seem to catch a break. The Casey wedding has left her with ten thousand greenbacks in the hole, a missing staff member, and a dead groom. Now, in between Guinness beers and pub brawls, Bel must find a way to crack the case--even though what she should be cracking are eggs into the batter of the wedding cake. A good Irish girl's work is never done. . .
What begins as local town fodder for an episode of "Wedding Gone Wild" is turning into "Gangsters with Guns." With the Casey family spiraling out of control, and billable McGrath hours being lost by the minute, Bel is definitely in too deep. With all these shenanigans, she barely has time to obsess over her new boyfriend and her own unsolved mystery from years ago! Time is running out on getting the next couple down the aisle before the so-called luck of the Irish takes a deadly turn... Bel of the Brawl will keep Maggie McConnon's fans, new and old, guessing.

Bel McGrath is working as a wedding chef at her family’s Shamrock Manor. Bel is working hard to getting the wedding venue in shape so it’s more profitable. It’s hard to do when you have a death at the venue. This is the second one. What looks harmless ends up looking more like murder and poison seems the likely culprit. Bel is accused of it being her food so she must get to the bottom of what happened before her reputation is ruined. Will she find out what happens before they lose more business or worse, someone else gets hurt?

In an Oyster Shell – It was an okay cozy mystery.

The Pearls – I love cozy mysteries so this book had that going for it. The mystery was a surprise and the end was even more surprising. I like when the author outsmarts me as the reader and I can’t guess the ending. Its an added bonus that there where two mysteries going on at once. The over-arching series mystery and the book mystery. I’m super curious about the series mystery of her best friend’s disappearance, that alone will be enough to have me continue the series.

Having the main character being a chef at a wedding venue was interesting. I love cozies that feature chefs and food is a main component. I wouldn’t suggest reading this book hungry. It won’t work out well for you if you do. The descriptions of the food were scrumptious.

The book read great as a stand-alone. I have not read the previous book and I did not feel lost at all. This book does a great job of summarizing the previous book without giving too much away. So you could go back and read the other book if you wanted.

The Sand –  There wasn’t enough humor in it for my taste. The romance was a little off-kilter.

3.5 Pearls!

3.5 Stars

Review – Royal Design by Sariah Wilson

Review – Royal Design by  Sariah WilsonRoyal Design [Kindle in Motion]: A Royals of Monterra Novella by Sariah Wilson
Published by Montlake Romance on February 14, 2017
Pages: 137
Source: Kindle Unlimited

Bellamy Sullivan’s life is hardly regal. She’s a waitress from Ohio who’s been on her own since she was sixteen, working several jobs while her dreams of being a fashion designer stay just that. But everything changes when PR maven and soon-to-be-royal Lemon Beauchamp drops in to announce that Bellamy is a princess. Unfortunately, Bellamy’s newly assigned bodyguard is the last man she wants to see.
A year ago, the royal family of Monterra tasked Enzo Rannalli with confirming Bellamy’s heritage, which meant he had to get very close to her. Enzo got the confirmation he needed, but he didn’t expect their connection to be so meaningful. And he didn’t expect his sudden departure to break the young princess’s heart.
In exchange for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to kick-start her fashion career, Bellamy agrees to star on a royal reality show that will match her with the world’s most eligible bachelors. But after a series of disastrous dates make her even more grateful for Enzo’s company, she wonders if her fairy-tale ending is waiting to happen off camera.

Bellamy Sullivan is an ordinary girl who works in a diner with dreams of someday being a designer. Her dreams become within her reach when she finds out she is a Princess of Monterra. She is so far down the succession line that she doesn’t have much of an inheritance. She is asked to do a reality show for publicity for Monterra. The deal is she’ll get an internship with any designer she wants after the series is taped. Bellamy goes for it. She goes on lots of dates but the one she really wants is her bodyguard and he seems off limits. Is he really?

In an Oyster Shell –  This was a cute romance that I really enjoy and it’s a bonus that its a princess story.

The Pearls – The concept was a little Princess Diaries like. An average girl who finds out she’s a princess. This princess though has to work for her title she’s not entitled to anything. She does this by helping with publicity. The whole process that she goes through makes for an interesting story and the end is surprising and humorous.

The story being centered around fashion is a plus for me. There were lots of beautiful descriptions of the clothes. It made the story really delightful. The descriptions provided made for easy imagination for the story. The characters love for fashion was a distinct quality.

The romance was beautiful, enjoyable, and unexpected. It was short given it was a novella so everything happens fairly quickly.

The Sand –  I would always enjoy more of the story, I’m not usually a fan of novellas.

4 Pearls!

4 Stars

About Sariah Wilson

Bestselling author Sariah Wilson has never jumped out of an airplane, never climbed Mt. Everest, and is not a former CIA operative. She has, however, been madly, passionately in love with her soulmate and is a fervent believer in happily ever afters–which is why she writes romance. She has published many happily ever after stories. She grew up in southern California, graduated from Brigham Young University (go Cougars!) with a semi-useless degree in history, and is the oldest of nine (yes, nine) children. She currently lives with the aforementioned soulmate and their four children in Utah, along with three tiger barb fish, a cat named Tiger, and a recently departed hamster that is buried in the backyard (and has nothing at all to do with tigers)


Review – The Lucky Hat Mine by J.V.L Bell

Review – The Lucky Hat Mine by J.V.L BellThe Lucky Hat Mine by J.V.L. Bell
on October 1st 2016
Pages: 304
Source: Author

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


A recipe for true love or murder? Ingredients: one Southern belle, one Colorado gold miner, a wife wanted classified, and a fainting goat. Let simmer.
What's a Southern belle to do in 1863? Wife-wanted ads are always risky business, but Millie Virginia never imagined she'd survive the perilous trip across the Great Plains to find her intended husband in a pine box. Was he killed in an accident? Or murdered for his gold mine? Stuck in the mining town of Idaho Springs, Colorado territory, without friends or means, Millie is beleaguered by undesirable suitors and threatened by an unknown assailant. Her troubles escalate when the brother of her dead fiancE, Dominic Drouillard, unexpectedly turns up.
Dom is an ill-mannered mountain man who invades Millie's log cabin, insists that his brother was murdered, and refuses to leave until he finds the killer. Compelled to join forces with her erstwhile brother-in-law, Millie discovers the search for Colorado gold is perilous, especially with a murderer on their trail.
The Lucky Hat Mine interlaces the tale of a feisty heroine with frontier legend and lore making for an arousing historical murder mystery.

Millie Virginia works for a family in the south. Not much better than a slave she embarks on adventure out west when she answers a wife want add for a man in Colorado. After arriving from the treacherous trip she finds that her betrothed is dead. He left her all that he had and she decides to stay. Though it seems that someone doesn’t want her there and people are starting to suspect that her husband to be death was really murder. She’s survived the great trip there will the Southern Belle survive the crude conditions of Colorado with a murderer on the loose?

In an Oyster Shell – It was an interesting, intriguing book with a confusing ending.

The Pearls – I am not a fan of historical fiction and I found myself liking this one. I am always impressed when someone can get me to like something that I don’t usually like. I don’t like historical fictions because I feel that they can get bogged down by historcial facts. The author of this book worked the necessary facts seamlessly into the narrative.

The setting of the trail west and the Colorado territory was interesting in comparison to the South that Millie is used to. It made for a great story seeing her in every setting and how she adapted.

The romance was fun and unexpected. Though I had my suspicions. It was contentious at times but ends in a HEA which was nice. The contrast between the two love interests made for great narrative.

The Sand –The ending was not ideal. It’s like it ended in the middle of a conversation.

3.5 Pearls!

3.5 Stars

About J.V.L. Bell

Author J.v.L. Bell is a Colorado native who grew up climbing 14,000 ft. mountains, exploring old ghost towns, and backpacking through the back country. She and her family love to hike, raft, and cross-country ski together.

She loves reading and researching frontier history and incorporating these facts into her novels. Her historic mysteries are interwoven with amusing historical stories and lore, interesting characters, and historic events.


Sunday Post – March 12, 2017

Hi, Everybody! It’s been a long time. I have gotten out of the habit of doing these posts. I will try to get back in it. Nothing much going on here. Getting the winter blues a bit its constantly dark and rainy. I will be glad for warmer, sunnier days. They will be here before you know it!

This Week – 

In Review – Click image to go to review


On Tour – 

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This week’s discussion is Author Profiles.

Coming Up – 

In Review – 

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This week’s discussion will be Authors and Social Media.

Question of the Week– How do you feel about daylight savings today? I’m not a happy camper I hate when we have to spring forward messes with my schedule!


Hey, Everybody! Sorry, it’s been so long. I’m just out of the habit of doing discussions. I have just been doing the bare minimum of blogging lately. I’m coming on my 2 year anniversary and I think I’m just a little burnt out. Regardless… Today I am drinking a hot chocolate to switch things up a bit.

What are you drinking?

I’ve been wanting to address this topic for awhile because as a blogger/writer myself I except professional author profiles. This includes a professional picture. I feel an author’s profile says as much about their writing style as does the cover of the book.

I must confess I don’t always remember to look at the author profile but when I am compiling a post and I see their profile the professional level usual matches the quality of the book.

Things I don’t like to see in an author profile is cutesy pictures. I like professional pictures. Have some dignity people! I also don’t like when the author is not approachable. This means in virtual terms they don’t have their information readily available. I feel an author can be made or broken by their availability on the great internet. I do not like when I have to go hunting for their information. I want my readers to be able to contact the author if they want. I want to expose the author that’s why I do my blog. When the author makes it difficult for me, I’m not happy. I think next week I’ll talk about authors on social media.

For now, I just want authors to be professional. Writer’s are not always taken seriously so I feel like its their duty to adhere to some level of professionalism in their profiles. It sure makes my life easier and I get to do what I love best give the author exposure.

What do you think of Author Profiles?