Link Up Your Book Posts .. What Do You Want To Be The Talk Of The Town?

It’s that time again!

Last week there were a mixture of posts linked:

  • Reviews (children’s non-fiction and adventure books plus adult fiction)
  • Giveaway (Ebook and stunning love bird key pendant)
  • A poignant article ‘A Used Bookshop Reverie’
  • Author Q&A (would you change your name?)

You can check them out here.

What posts can you link up? It does have to be book related but doesn’t have to be a review – it can be anything you would like to share with others.  It could be a Q&A, guest post, book news, book event, blogging tips, giveaway, top 5 books you’ve read, your weekly/monthly roundup or even something you’ve made from instructions within the pages of a book!  As long as it is book related, go for it.  The post you choose can be something you’re really proud of, has a message that you think others will benefit from or a book you think deserves to be noticed.  Your post doesn’t have to be recent either.  It can be from your archives.    And you DON’T have to join in every week.

Authors, you blog too! and if you would like to join in you’re very welcome.  I would request that you don’t use the linky as only promotion though.  Links to your books that you have in your posts are fine.  I’m thinking here of the fabulous posts I read on writing tips or your inspiration etc and I know some of you join in round robins where you have a question to answer.

This week I’m linking up my Q&A with Carmel Harrington (from ebook pub day last month).  I’m reading Every Time A Bell Rings and I’m totally into it.  Looking like this is going to be a keeper for me.

Please feel free to add the badge to the post you’re sharing. If you would like me to RT your post tweet the link to @shazjera or add #TalkoftheTown for me to find.

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Jera's Jamboree/Talk of the Town

Jera's Jamboree/Talk of the Town

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Married with two sons in their early 20’s, I love my day job as an Inclusion Lead. I am passionate about early help, expressed not only in my setting but also as a member of Bournemouth’s Early Help Operational Board. It’s an honour to be working alongside others to instigate change and growth.

I’m also passionate about my love of reading, being out in nature and creating with crochet.

I’ve been blogging for seven years at Jera’s Jamboree.


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