Welcome back to Talk of the Town!
If you celebrate, I hope you enjoyed your festivities.
What is Talk of the Town?
- A place for bloggers and authors to link up their bookish posts.
What post 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.
There is no cost for you to link up with #TalkoftheTown.
Don’t know how a linky works? Follow my walkthrough – it’s easier than you think!
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I’m bending the rules a little this week with my link up post. Every year we feel the highs and lows associated with Christmas but do we think about how our children might be feeling? I’m linking my Children & Emotional Health post. There’s a nod to books in the post and also links to some fab resources.
Hope you have a fabulous week.