Book Blogger Hop!

Are you a book blogger? Are you a reader? Then welcome to the place where all of us connect over the weekend and chat about books!

The Book Blogger Hop is a fun meme where you can meet almost 200 book bloggers each week! Hop along and you can find out more about your favourite bloggers, meet new ones and most definitely find some great new books to read! To join in, check things out here.

This is my first Hop back since taking the entire summer of from blogging. I managed to get some reading done, though not as much as I had hoped. And I definitely missed blogging, so it is great to be back!

This weeks question is: As a book blogger, how do you introduce yourself in your profile?


My answer: I know when I started blogging, I wanted to keep things kind of anonymous. I was a little unsure of this whole blogging world and how much of me I wanted to put out there. But as I became comfortable in this world over time I began to share my profile. I shared the most important things to me - my family and what I like to do when I'm not reading. Now that I look at it, I think there is probably more I can share especially now that I'm making such wonderful connections in the book blogger world!




Thanks for hopping by my blog. If this is your first time here, welcome and hope you take a look around. You'll find an eclectic mix of reviews, there should be something here for everyone. If you're a return visitor, thanks for stopping by again and I hope you are enjoying your hop!

Comments

  1. New follower via Book Hopper Hop hoping you will follow us back at http://www.beckvalleybooks.blogspot.com thks in advance x

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  2. Stopping by via the blog hop. Have you noticed your blog post dates? Welcome back and i look forward to your reviews. oh, I see you have another blog that may interest me, I will check it out too. happy weekend

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  3. Great profile. Sounds so cozy. Tea for you, coffee for me --- curling up at the end of the day with a book

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  4. I think it's a good idea to sort of "test the waters" before jumping in headfirst. :) And once you did, you were able to make more connections and open up more. Simple and honest, you can't beat that with a profile. Hope you have a great weekend!

    ~DJL
    My Hop

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  5. Just blogging by, happy Friday!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/09/book-blogger-hop_16.html

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  6. Thanks for stopping by everyone!

    Sidne - I did notice the blog dates, in the hopes of getting ahead I started this post back on Monday back on Monday and saved it until I could add in the question. Didn't realize it would post it as a Monday post. Oops!

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  7. Happy to have followed you from the Book Blogger Hop!

    Hope you'll follow me back:
    http://authortammieclarkegibbs.blogspot.com/

    Tammie Clarke Gibbs, Author
    Kindle Bestseller, ISLAND OF SECRETS

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  8. This week’s Book Blogger Hop really threw me a curveball.

    That’s because I don’t call myself a book blogger. I never even considered myself a book blogger. Sure I blog about books and book-related topics week after week. But for some reason I never saw the label of “book blogger” applying to me.

    If you’re wondering why then please hop on over to my blog and find out – http://www.howardsherman.net

    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  9. Hopping by on the blog hop. I was unsure of how to make my profile when I first started too. Have a great weekend!

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  10. Just hopping by on the Tour. I can hear the sweeping up of bloggers' profiles everywhere. I know I'm thinking of how to update mine.

    Have a great weekend!

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  11. I kept things anonymous too when I started. I recently changed my profile to reflect the fact I'm almost done with library school. Please come and read my new introduction.

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