Happy Halloween! Michigan Blogger Feature @ #MotownWriters w/Liz Parker, Books I Think You Should Read @yesnodetroit

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Without further ado, please meet the wonderful Liz Parker, Blogger at “Books I Think You Should Read“.

Liz Parker earned a BA in Creative Writing and Literature from the University of Michigan, and shortly after that started her book blog, Books I Think You Should Read, as well as a lifestyle blog, Yes/No Detroit. By day, she’s an associate editor for a B2B magazine about snack foods, and in her spare time, she enjoys reading, seeing movies, and traveling.
What is the name of your blog?
Books I Think You Should Read
What is the website address?
When did your love for reading start?
At a young age, I believe. My mom has said that I would start reading anything I could get my hands on, including the phone book and the newspaper.
How long have you been book blogging?
Since August 2009
What made you want to start blogging about books?
I’ve always been a voracious reader, so I figured I could put some of my thoughts about the books I read online, in a public forum.
What book genres are your favorite?
Fiction, especially YA and dystopian.
Do you always finish a book, even when you’re not enjoying it?
Usually yes, because it’s for a review. There have been a few e-galleys that I’ve started and then stopped, though, if I can’t get into it.
Where do you usually post your reviews other than your website?
Goodreads and sometimes Amazon.
How often do you post to your book blog?
I try to post once every 1-2 weeks, depending on when I finish a book.
Do you still yourself book blogging in five years?
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