Curiosity Quills is a press that strives to create a community of writers, editors, illustrators, and others to create, develop, publish and promote each other’s work to the reading public. Through collective action they seek to get books noticed by more readers and provide services to the writers that need them.
I first learned of the press when I was asked to join their blog tour as a host site and as a contributor where I talked about poetry and marketing.
In a surprising turn of events, I was recently interviewed for their new feature spotlighting book bloggers. Naturally, as it is National Poetry Month, I got the chance to talk a little bit about reviewing poetry versus reviewing fiction.
Stop by and see what blogs inspire me, which book caught me off guard as a 2011 “best of,” what my physical TBR looks like, and other tidbits you may not know.
***For today’s National Poetry Month Blog Tour post, visit Things Mean A Lot.***
Also, Vote now through April 23 for Savvy Verse & Wit on GoodReads in The Independent Book Blogger Awards, sponsored by Association of American Publishers and GoodReads. Savvy Verse & Wit is nominated in the Adult Fiction category.
There will be one winner per category and each will win a trip to Book Expo America. The first round of voting is open today and will stay open through April 23rd. Anyone who is a Goodreads member can vote.
The top fifteen blogs in each category will go on to a second round which will be judged by industry professionals.