Welcome to BookBridgr Week. For the next five days, my blog will be home to some wonderful books which I have reviewed. These books have all come from the very clever book blogger website that is BookBridgr.I sat down with creator Ben Willis to learn more about the snazzy site…
What is BookBridgr?
So, BookBridgr is an online resource for book bloggers, providing them with exclusive 24/7 access to our entire book publishing, without having to rely on sifting through catalogues or knowing which PR they need to contact for which book. It’s (hopefully) a more efficient and easy way for old and new book bloggers alike to find, read and love our books. Plus, members can request interviews from any of our authors, along with exclusive content from all books, and even join an author blog tour, should they wish.
Very excitingly we’re also developing a community page where bloggers can share their content, and recommend books to fellow bloggers. Sometimes connecting with like-minded bloggers when you’re starting out isn’t always easy, and hopefully bookbridgr will, in the next few months, make it a bit easier to find other book fanatics in the UK and Ireland.
What book reviews can you expect this upcoming week?
Monday (later today) – All The Things You Are by Clemency Burton-Hill
Tuesday – Prisoner Of Night And Fog by Anne Blankman
Wednesday – If I Could Turn Back Time by Nicola Doherty
Thursday – This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
Friday – Strange Girls And Ordinary Women by Morgan McCarthy
Where can you find BookBridgr online?
Follow them on Twitter: @bookbridgr
Their website: http://www.bookbridgr.com