April 05, 2016

{Top10Tuesday}: 10 People to Follow on Social Media #hosted @brokeandbookish

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created here at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because we are particularly fond of lists here at The Broke and the Bookish. We'd love to share our lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists!


Ten Bookish People You Should Follow On Twitter/Instagram/Youtube/Snapchat/Facebook

EEEPSS!!! Im so excited for this one!! Some of these people you most likely already follow! 

So on with the list. 


1. Crossroad Reviews
Can I add us?  I know that sounds weird but did you guys know that were everywhere?  

We are Rachael and Jessica and then En'Darine and Anarece (Jessica's Kids)  

Here are our links below.  


2. EmmmaBooks
I Heart me some Emma and am every excited to know she is going to BEA and really hope to meet her in person I know that has to sound weird some 33 year old woman wants to meet a 19 year old girl lol.  But I'm addicted to her channel on Youtube esp the shadowhunter stuff!  She has some great posts and you should totally check it out! 
3. Blaze Publishing 
I know this is prob a weird thing to put on this list but well this company is full of my fav authors so I had to add it! 
At Blaze, we're committed to bringing you high-quality, hard-hitting books full of heart. Whether the story is a mystery, a thriller, horror, steampunk, or some goofy comedy, there will be a message woven into the pages for readers to find and fall in love with. We want you to walk away inspired, in awe, or just happy to be alive. Or maybe you'll look at other people differently, in a less negative light. Whatever the case, you will find heart in our stories.  Our YouTube channel is designed to bring you even closer to the hearts of our books. With author interviews, live monthly BlazePub chats, music inspiration playlists for our titles, book trailers, and more, it is our hope to help you delve deeper into the pages we publish.

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4.  Armchair BEA

This is a site I just found and wish I would have found it earlier.  This is so cool for those who can't go to BEA.  And I so know how those who can't go feel since we've been trying to get there for 6 years.
Armchair BEA


Armchair BEA is the experience for book bloggers to participate in Book Expo America (BEA) from the comfort of their homes. This experience is created lovingly by book bloggers specifically for our peers who for whatever reason are not able to participate in the main conference in New York each year. We bring publishers, authors, and bloggers together in celebrating our love for all things literary by hosting celebrations such as sneak peeks, daily discussion topics, and sponsored giveaways. 


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5.  Jennifer Weiser 
Well if you don't know she was once a co blogger with us. But due to author deadlines she had to back out for a while.  But we still love her and well we are ADDICTED to her book!  So of course you should follow her! 
Jennifer Weiser is a young adult author who has always been a book nerd and a bit chocolate obsessed. Writing has always been a favorite escape, but quickly became a passion not long after the birth of her daughter. When she isn't combing the shelves of her local book stores or blogging about newest book obsessions, you can find her nestled in her nook creating worlds she hopes that one day will inspire her daughter, who not only has given her the courage to follow her dreams--but offers the inspirations that help color their worlds together.

YA author with . The Touched now available! Lover of everything magical. Book hoarder. Passion is what you make it.

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6. Book Series Recap
This is another site that I have just found and well I LOVE IT!!! Before for most books I read I would need to reread the entire thing to start the next book but now that is a thing of the past!  


Hello everyone! I’m Sara and I have found myself, many times, trying to find complete book series summaries with spoilers of books I have read. Usually this happens when the next book in a series is coming out and I just want a reminder of what happened in the first few books. I mean, when an author publishes one book a year it may mean that it’s been years since I read the previous books! Most of what I found were reviews. That’s great and all but I want to know exactly what happened in the end! The full details that a review won’t give you! So I decided to start this blog with the help of my friend Stacy. Together we are trying to build this website into something useful for other book series junkies like us. If you would like to contribute some complete book summaries let us know!
Be patient because we are just getting started! We are going to start with book series that we are currently in the middle of that still have books coming out. Later we may go back and add completed books series just for fun.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out our book series summaries with spoilers!

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Doing these with all this HTML is really starting to make my head hurt. So here are the other 4 these all are amazing!  
7. Night Owl Reviews
This is a great place to check out reviews for both main stream as well as Indie books.  I love reviewing for them!  They also have some amazing chats with authors! 

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8. NOVL 
This is another site that has some great stuff. Inc.  Giveaways!  They have some great articles etc.  So def check them out! 

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Well for 9 and 10 I kinds drew a blank.  So if you know of two other people we and everyone else should follow then please comment below and let us know!  

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