Welcome to day 4 of Fictional Fever Week at Fiery Reads! If you’re just joining in, I posted the schedule for the event in the introduction post, which you can check out here.
Today is day four, and on the blog today is Gee, who is here to share some of her favorite bloggers!
Meet the Author
Giselle is a freshman at Florida State University, a Latina book blogger, and Her Campus FSU contributing writer. Her dream job lies in publishing and involves reading books for a living. She can always be found with a cup of coffee in one hand and a book in the other.
Fictional Fever Week 2017 has kicked off, and to celebrate love being in the air in our favorite books and stories, I’m here to bring a little love into reality!
In my last two years of blogging I’ve made some incredible friends through various events and blog tours, and the bookish community has only grown.
My first bit of blogger love goes to…
Tamara was the first friend I made in the blogging community. She’s a massive Brandon Sanderson fan, and did synchronized swimming in high school! I love Tamara’s and bookstagram aesthetic and her vivid use of colors. She reads a wide array of sci-fi and middle grade books and is the person who first introduced me to Illuminae!
Brittany has gone out of her way to show me and other bloggers kindness, and beyond that she became a sort of mentor figure for me over time. She’s shown me the ropes in blogging and in life, and I am so fortunate to have someone like her to go to for advice on books, boys, and beyond.
I’ve got to dole out a big dose of blogger love to this gal, she’s continually floored me with her generosity, big heart, and breadth of dedication and talent. I watched this girl write and complete her entire first novel during NaNoWriMo, a feat I couldn’t accomplish when I was required to in high school. I’ve watched her grow and evolve as a writer and as a person, and was finally lucky enough to meet her in person at ALA in the summer of 2016! I look forward to the day I get to give her another big giant hug in person again.