Meet the Sponsors! #July

Hi everybody! Now as you know, I’ve offered advertising space on my blog for a good year now. I love doing this and I think it’s been a good addition to my blog. My advertising packages have changed 3 times since I introduced them – adding new perks, changing prices and names and just generally fiddling about with them. Well, it’s happened again. Woops. I wasn’t entirely happy with my packages as they were – they were incredibly hard to manage so I revamped them all last month and I completely happy with how they are now. One revamp was the introduction of this, ‘Meet the Sponsor’ post which I will do every month so the sponsors can write a little bit about themselves and provide all the links for you to be able to find them! It’s a nice way to promote people even more and encorporate others onto my blog. So without further ado, please say hello to my July sponsors!

Meet the Sponsors July

Little Novelist

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Rhianne Williams is a Young and New Adult writer with an obsession for fantasy, adventure and romance. Little Novelist is her corner of the internet where she hopes to inspire and help other writers in all aspects of writing and blogging. When she’s not writing or at her day job, you’ll usually find her with her head in a good book or enjoying time with family and friends. You can get a free copy of her Generating Novel Ideas Workbook by signing up here. You can also find Rhianne on Facebook and Twitter.

Evelyn Harrison

IMG_2048My name is Evelyn Harrison, now a retired teaching assistant. I’m married, with three grown up children and two grandchildren. At the ripe old age of 60, I began to write a series of books called, ‘Tales from Willow Green Village’ – inspired by a holiday in Australia. I live with my husband, in a small village in Bedfordshire, so a village background to my novels seemed a natural way to go. There are currently three books in the series, All for the Love of Josie, A Troubled Soul and A Blackened Heart’ – I’m busy writing the fourth. Each story is a complete tale (no cliffhangers) with recurring characters. Coming under the genre of cosy fiction, they are adult books with adult themes; namely, they are full of romance and the odd murder. Please join me on my Facebook page, (facebook.com/1evelynharrison) and on twitter (@EHarrisonAuthor).

Sadly, with the demise of independent bookshops in my area, it has been difficult bringing my novels to the attention of local people. However, I am delighted to say you can now find them in a shop in Dunstable: The Priory Garden Tea Rooms gift shop. And on Amazon.

Ali – the Dragon Slayer

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I’m currently fighting Leiomyosarcoma, a rare cancer, hence my blog name ‘Ali – The Dragon Slayer’. Being ill has given me the opportunity to follow my passion of reading/reviewing and the blog has grown tremendously from that. The support from bloggers, authors and my followers is amazing. You can find me easily online and I’m quite happy to be approached to do reviews/promos etc. Contact via the blog or find me on Twitter @DrewComps!

Wonderfully Bookish

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WonderfullyBookish is a blog dedicated to all things bookish and wonderful! I’m Charlotte, a 21-year-old Media graduate with a passion for books and reading. My blog is my space to talk about all things bookish, from reviews and author interviews to tags and book/film comparisons. I hope you enjoy my blog as much as I do! Blog | Twitter

Please check out all of my wonderful sponsors this month! You won’t regret it, I promise!

If you’re interested in sponsoring me, please get in touch: jenny.in.neverland@hotmail.co.uk

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