World Domination 2.0

This is one of those “welcome to my world” first posts – but not really.  You see, dear reader, I’ve been blogging for over a year now, over on Blogger.  Someone should write a manual for potential bloggers that warns of the dangers of not doing one’s research before jumping in with both feet.  (However, this may be problematic, because obviously people like me don’t do their research, anyway, so said manual would be useless…)  As much as I enjoy blogging, and considering the time I put into it, and the effort, I’d really like to draw a bigger audience than just my sister.  And that platform was just not the right one for me.  So, here I am, making the transition to WordPress, hoping it’s a little more shareable and follower-friendly.

I’ll often link to my Library’s blog, in the hopes of developing a cross-audience, and reaching people who are really interested in books, reading, and writing.

For those of you who are loyal subjects followers, thanks for making the jump with me.  For those of you who have yet to succumb to my spells, here is some recreational reading to help you decide to pledge me your allegiance.

There’s a schedule I will try to stick to: Monday – book review; Tuesday – Top 10 Tuesday; and Thursday – Writing/Discussion/Bookish.  However, things happen, so if you see me miss a post, don’t assume I’m dead.  I’m probably just buried under a mound of papers and books, and will eventually dig my way out.

The rest of this week I will be at the American Libraries Association annual conference in Chicago, and I’m not going to lie – I probably won’t be doing a post on Thursday.  However, there will be a bright, shiny book review of Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo on Monday.



Author: inkblotideasblog

Britney Dillon starts and ends her days with coffee. By day, she masquerades as a librarian, recommending fabulous books to people; by night she writes YA books with an urban/steampunk flair. When she’s not at work, Britney spends her time watching British television, prowling through book shops, and riding horses. She loves fairy tales, haunted things, and moody, stormy days. She has traveled widely, but lives in West Michigan with her husband, their three children, two giant dogs, and too many horses.

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