Hello, and welcome to my brand new literary blog! Take a seat, have a cup of tea, and let’s dive right in. Since this is an introductory post, I’ll start by breaking down what you can expect from the blog in general and what I’m doing next. The most straightforward way is to start with a basic overview that I’ll also be putting on the About the Site page, since that should tell you what you want to know.
About the Site
Who: I’m Andrea Hargrove, a librarian and author. You can learn more about me and my works in the About Me and My Writing pages, respectively.
What: This blog will cover anything and everything relating to books. You’ll get posts about reading, writing, libraries, the love of literature, and more. Some posts will be one-shots, and others will be part of recurring segments, such as Library Life, Book Pairings (where I give you something to eat, read, watch, or do with different books), and my Top 10 Lists.
When: I plan to update at least twice a month, but possibly more if I feel inspired or if enough people seem to want it. I’m never going to get to the point where I’m posting daily, because I would just be spewing nonsense at that point, and I wouldn’t do that to you.
Where: You can find my blog right here (www.andreajhargrove.com). Please subscribe and share if you want to read more, and comment if you have any topics you want me to hit or questions you have about libraries, etc. (But if you want to know where you can get in touch with me, you can comment on a post or contact me through Twitter.)
Why: This is the next step of my journey as an author, and I look forward to taking it with you!
I plan to release my next post around Valentine’s Day, and it’ll be the first in my Book Pairings series. This one will be called Love and Chocolate, and will be exactly what it says on the tin. You’ll get a list of 10 works of literature (novels, poems, and plays), which I’ll with different types of chocolatey goodies that you can eat while reading them. Check back then or subscribe to get a notification when it comes out.
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This really answered my drawback, thank you!