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Friday, September 16, 2011

A Post-Hawaii Hop

It's been a little while since I Hopped, so I think I'll join in the fun this week. Besides, I'm still *recovering* from my Hawaiian vacation (which was fabulous, by the way), so this will be a nice break for me while I'm still frantically trying to catch up on book reviews. I'm only 4 behind at the moment - someday I'll get back on track! In the mean time, you should really Hop along with me. All you need to do is head over to Crazy For Books and sign up. Easy cheesy, as my kids would say.

On to this week's question: As a book blogger, how do you introduce yourself in your profile?

- The short answer is: Look over on my left sidebar and you can see for yourself. The long answer? I decided to go with more of an introduction to the blog rather than to myself on the main page, since I figure that's what new visitors most want to know. My intro's kind of wordy, but it gets the job done :) The (More Than You Ever Wanted to Know) About Me tab at the top of my blog gives readers the - optional - opportunity to learn more about me personally. This way really works for me.

How about you? What's your approach? And what do you think of mine? Should I snazz up my profile? My About Me page? What say you?

If you're visiting BBB for the first time, welcome! I'm so glad you're here. Feel free to take a look around and leave me lots of comments. I'll be sure to return the favor. If you're one of my "oldies-but-goodies," thanks so much for hanging out with me. Hopefully, you already know how much I love you and appreciate your loyalty. I'm working on all kinds of new reviews, so whether you're a new reader or an old one, keep checking back for new content.

Have a wonderful weekend, everybody. Happy Reading!

18 comments:

  1. HI, i DON'T EVEN HAVE MY ABOUT ME ON MY BLOG. i DID AT FIRST AND THEN DELETED IT. nOW, I'M FEELING GUILTY AND GOING TO PLACE IT BACK IF I CAN RECALL HOW. NICE BLOG. HAPPY WEEKEND TO YOU.

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  2. i THINK I COMMENTED ALREADY, NOT SURE. HOWEVER YOUR ABOUT ME IS GREAT. NOW I MUST GO AND PLACE MINE BACK ON MY BLOG. EEK

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  3. New follower here!

    I just love your About Me profile, especially the description of you as a little girl trudging back and forth to the library...made me think of Matilda :D

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today and I'm so glad to you have met you too :)

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Mesa mom now following you!

    Amie

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  5. See now that yu peaked my interest with a one line intro I have to go to the page to get to know you better!!:) Thanks for visiting! I am now following you back!

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

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  6. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind comment :) I really like your profile aswell! have a great weekend!

    Amy @ Following The Reader

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  7. Wonderful blog you have, so very informative. I especially enjoyed reading all about you. I love books, too. So nice to meet you!

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  8. I found this questions very odd =D But I like your answer

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  9. I recently changed my profile to reflect the fact i'm almost done with library school. Please come and read my new introduction.

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  10. Nice and rambly is good though :) and it lets other people know more about you! :)

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  11. You're right about the whole: "...if you've written a profile that says what it needs to and in an interesting way to boot, why not use it everywhere..." but I have to say, I always want to know more about bloggers, which means I'm reading your about me page! I find people really interesting, but don't consider myself like that in the slightest- haha!

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  12. Thanks for stopping by, your about me is awesome especially as you have discussed where your intrest for reading first sparked :).

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  13. New follower! I love your blog! I like to learn background information about the blogger! Makes it interesting!

    Tia @ Falling For Books

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  14. That's prett good idea, most people are more interested in the blog.

    - Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. Thanks for stopping by my blog :-) I'm following you back now too!

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  16. This post is quite fitting, since I updated my About Me page last night. LOL. I think your profile or About Me page should set the tone for your blog. Is it sarcastic or serious? Are the posts personal or more analytic? :)

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  17. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Susan. I love yours, it's so pretty. On to the intro, I like how you have a bit about how you review on the main page. I might have to do something like that, too...

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  18. Yes, books are our friends, and I remember many summers walking a few miles to the local library to check out books!

    Thanks for hopping by.... Musings of a Book Lover

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