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That's How I Blog!

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Learn more about the first Book Blogger Convention taking place at the Javits Center in New York City on Friday, May 28th, 2010.

Marie is a thirty-something librarian and lifelong book nerd who likes to read and review literary fiction and graphic novels. She is married with one cat and a house full of Hello Kitty.

Florinda has been blogging at The 3 R’s Blog: Reading, ‘Riting, and Randomness since March 2007. She started blogging to help her remember more about what she was reading, but knew she didn’t want to confine herself to talking... more

The blogger known as King Rat goes by Philip Weiss in real life. I started using the name online in 1989 on Quartz BBS, the first internet based BBS. The name is based on James Clavell’s book King Rat. I started blogging my books in... more

I’m a lawyer during the day and a bibliophile morning, noon, and night. My aspirations are to become the supreme overlord of the world, to have more books than Barnes and Noble, and to make the perfect pot of oatmeal. I... more

Serena is a Bachelor of Arts graduate of Suffolk University in Boston. She moved from the sticks of a small town Massachusetts to the outskirts of Washington, D.C., where she writes poetry, short stories, novels, and book reviews. Poems... more

Kate Garrabrant is a self-proclaimed eccentric reader who reads on average twenty books a month. Kate is proud to admit that she is a present day bluestocking with her head always in a book. She loves all types of genres but... more

My name is Jennifer and I blog on The Literate Housewife Review. I am a woman who has loved to read since the first grade, 30 some years ago. Both my Bachelor’s and my Master’s degrees are in English literature. When I’m not... more

Contrary to popular belief, J.T. is female. She is married and lives in Seattle, where she is a free-lance writer, and currently interns at The Stranger, an alternative weekly paper, in the books section. She has been blogging about... more

Mari Partyka is an avid bibliophile and accidental blogger. While managing an Omaha book club, she wrote a master lists of her favorite reads. Her annotations proved popular, and a blogger was born. Each month she will write about... more

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