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Hi, Xander. My name is Melody (Cordelia is my pen name) and I write for kids. I’m looking for kid bloggers to interview on my blog. Mostly about what they like to read, but other aspects of their lives, also. Michelle Isenhoff gave me your blog info, and if you’re interested, I would love to hear from you. I’ve joined with Michelle and several other writers of clean tween reads on a new project, and will be posting some of my interviews there, also. The site is called Emblazon. If you’re interested, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey Xander! I actually run a middle grade book review book blog too….I was wondering if I could talk to you about a few books. Check out my blog and contact me when you have the time! Thanks. http://middleschoolersreadtoo.wordpress.com/
How do authors go about submitting books for reviews? I’d love to get in contact with you about a fun new book. Fell free to email me at email@example.com Thanks! Mikey Brooks
Hi Xander, awesome blog. Kudos to you. I’d love to send you a signed copy of my new book, Project X-Calibur. It just came out, I think you’ll enjoy it. If you’re interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep up the good work!
First off, love the overall aesthetic of your blog and some of the books you feature. I’m curious to learn more about your review policy. I’m a new indie author looking to see if I can have a book review for my debut novelette, “Before the Legend,” a historical/alternative fiction work aimed primarily at middle grade and YA readers alike. The story is written mainly in the perspective of a 4 year old boy in the backdrop of the Roman Empire. Check out my blog for more info on the book and to contact me @ http://writersnookblog.wordpress.com/
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