...to do what you should have done three days ago.
If you read this on a semi-regular basis, you probably know I'm doing BEA and the Book Blogger Convention this week, a good and legitimate reason for the lack of content you see here and hopefully, once I get home, a great source of content to be seen here for some time into the indeterminate future. I've been having a great time meeting so many book bloggers and publishing people and authors and all sorts of people who really love books, and it has been truly awesome. Really, if you ever get the chance to do this or make a chance to do it, it is an incredible experience! So, if all of you who are reading aren't here meeting me at BEA, I hope you'll bear with me for a moment while I write some stuff for a few new visitors who didn't lose my card. ;-)
Hi, I'm Megan, and I'm a book blogger! If I met you at BEA, thanks for stopping by my humble internet home. I'm sure it was a pleasure meeting you, and I hope to hear from you again in the future.
I work in healthcare, but my real passion is for books. I love to read and review books. I review books of all sorts from literary fiction to historical fiction to young adult and even some memoirs and other non-fiction and (cliche as it may sound) much, much more. Basically, I like to live vicariously through my reading, and whatever captures my interest is what I review here. I am always willing to consider books to review. I pride myself on thorough, honest (but fair and balanced!) reviews. If that's something you'd like to know more about, please check out my review policy.
I've been blogging here with more or less frequency since 2007, review around 40 books a year, and can also be found on Twitter. My best feature, if you can call it that, and also a good way to get a sense of what sorts of book I love are my annual Leafy Awards where I display my slightly warped sense of humor while attempting to, hopefully, honor my best reads of the year(s).
Anyhow, that's enough about me. Hope you had a great BEA (or Armchair BEA, as the case may be), and I'll see again you next week from the safety of your glowing computer screens!