Hello everyone and welcome to The BG Blog. Today’s post is Book Bloggers Unveiled: Meet Sassy Redhead the blogger behind Sassy Redhead Book Reviews.
During the last ten years, we have seen a self-publishing revolution as I discussed in my first Book Bloggers Unveiled post. I have a strong appreciation for the book blogging community and the part it plays. It’s obvious to me that book bloggers are a valuable marketing resource for any author wanting to self-publish their novels. Not only will they read your novel and write an honest review, but they’ll share their thoughts with their friends – they have hundreds of blogging friends.
Therefore, I’m using my voice to sing the praises of the humble book blogger. Today, it’s the fun-loving Sassy Redhead @ Sassy Redhead Book Reviews.
Hello Sassy Redhead, thanks for joining us. Firstly, let’s find out a little bit about you.
Why Did You Start Blogging?
I was finishing up my BA and as an adult learner, I wanted to have something to keep me busy now that I was preparing to graduate. I work a full-time job, but wanted something to fill my spare time since I was so busy with coursework for so long.
What’s The Best Part About Being A Book Blogger?
I love finding new to me authors to read and get lost in books.
What Books Do You Read?
Are There Any Genres or Type of Books You Avoid?
I don’t necessarily avoid them, but I am not a huge Historical Romance reader.
Do You Have A Favourite Genre, Author, Series? Tell Us More.
I have several favorite authors. My favorite genres would be Romance (to include MC, Mafia, suspense) and suspense/thrillers. My favorite authors include Sue Coletta, Sophie Lark, James Patterson, Laramie Briscoe, Andi Rhodes and Ciara St. James
Which Five Authors (Living or Dead) Would You Invite To Your Dinner Party? Tell Us Why.
Sue Coletta, Ciara St. James, Andi Rhodes, Sophie Lark, and Laramie Briscoe
What’s The Worst Part About Being A Book Blogger?
Trying to keep my blog updated. I seem to keep filling my calendar and not giving myself enough time for everything I want to do.
Do You Have Any Hobbies Outside of Blogging? What Do You Do To Relax?
Spend time with my family. Family is everything to me. 💙
Where Else Can We Find You? Please Share Your Social Media Links.
Thank you for sharing your innermost secrets with us. 💙
Now, for some quick Fun Facts about your book blog.
What’s Your Blog Called?
How Long Have You Been a Book Blogger?
What Type Of Posts Can We Find On Your Blog?
Reviews, Lists, blog tours
What is Your Favourite Type of Blog Post to Write?
Anything to do with promoting authors, whether they are well known or just starting out.
How Long Does it Take You to Create a Post For Your Book Blog?
Usually about an hour.
I hope that you’ve found this post, Book Bloggers Unveiled: Meet Sassy Redhead, as insightful as I did. Running a successful book blog obviously has its ups and downs, but Sassy’s passion for well-written, passionate stories word shines through every page of her site.
Do you follow Sassy RedHead already? Please take a moment to visit her blog, and like, follow and comment on a few posts. And as a bonus, if you browse through her review archive, I’m sure you’ll find your next favourite read!