I’m so pleased to be introducing my ‘Wednesday With‘ series of blog posts again. Every Wednesday, for the next few weeks, I’ll be hosting a book blogger for a ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at life as a blogger. I have some fabulous guests lined up, many whom have offered me incredible support with my Keepers trilogy, and I look forward to getting to know more about them!
Today, in the spotlight, I’ve snagged the lovely Emma Poulloura from Star Crossed Reviews to tell us more about herself and her blog:
Describe your household / family.
My household is quite small. There’s just me, my boyfriend and my french bulldog puppy. My pup is only 5 months old so he’s in that so cute it’s hard to be angry at him stage. I also have 5 younger brothers, 2 nephews and a niece.
Describe yourself in five words
What made you decide to start your Star Crossed Reviews?
I was actually reading I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk, in this book the main character starts a blog and I was so inspired by this character that I thought yes I can do this.
How did you come up with the name of your blog?
I wanted a name that incorporated the two main book genres that I love (Romance and Fantasy). Star Crossed refers to Star Crossed Lovers which is a rare and magical thing.
What are the blogging highlights?
I LOVE it when someone tells me that my review made them decide to buy that book. There is nothing better.
What is the most challenging thing about being a blogger?
juggling….It’s difficult to fit everything in. Between, work, household chores, spending time with my boyfriend and my little pup sometimes it can be a struggle to fit everything.
What are you currently reading?
Christmas at the Little Village Bakery by Tilly Tennant and Beta reading for On Thin Ice by Aven Ellis
Do you have any advice to authors about how best to approach bloggers and develop relationships with them?
I know that it saves a lot of time but one thing I hate are mass emails from an author I have never spoken to before. In fact so much that I instantly delete them. The other thing that is irritating is when someone emails you about a genre you have outlined that you do not read.
Quick word associations (Please answer all these questions with the first word (s) that comes to mind)
Vampires – Blood
Holidays – Reading time
Treat – Chocolate
Abs – Hot men
Wine – White
Chores – zzzzz
Bliss – tea, chocolate and a book
Outdoors – summer
Gym – hard work
Mondays – suck
Haha, I love these word associations! 🙂 Thanks so much for the chat, Emma. Some great answers here – and your pup is adorable!
Thanks for reading!