As I’m sure you’ve noticed, it’s not Tuesday and this is not your regularly-scheduled review for the week. :)
The Books and Biscuits Blog has just been featured in NetGalley’s “Blogger Spotlight.” As part of the Blogger Spotlight, I was interviewed by Tarah Theoret of NetGalley about the Books and Biscuits Blog and the Christian fiction genre. Please feel free to check out the full interview at the NetGalley Blog (http://blog.netgalley.com/blogger-spotlight-christian-fiction-edition/). It just went up this morning and we’re thrilled to already see such an enthusiastic response to it!
If you are visiting us for the first time from the NetGalley blog: Welcome! We are very excited to have you visit and connect with us through the Blog and our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/booksandbiscuitsblog).
With the joyous news of Easter soon upon us, I am very excited to see Christian publishing featured at the national level! Unofficially, this is the first time that a Christian fiction blog has been interviewed for the NetGalley Blogger Spotlight. As a result, we are extremely honored to represent the great work being accomplished by exceptional authors, publishers, bloggers, and my fellow readers of the Christian fiction genre around the world.
Thanks to all of you who make this work possible!
– Brittany and The Editorial Team
We have some really exciting news to share with all of you!
In honor of Melissa Tagg’s newest release, From the Start, she invited us to write a guest post for her blog. It just went up this morning and we’re thrilled to already see such an enthusiastic response to it! :D
If you’re visiting us for the first time from Melissa Tagg’s blog: WELCOME!!! We are very excited to have you visit and would love to connect with you further. Feel free to explore the blog and visit our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/booksandbiscuitsblog).
If you’re a regular visitor or Facebook fan of the Books and Biscuits Blog, be sure to check out our guest post on Melissa Tagg’s blog (http://www.melissatagg.com/giveaway/grantwriting-guest-giveaway)!
-The Editorial Team
The Editorial Team here at BooksandBiscuits.com has some very exciting announcements that we would like to share with you!
First of all, we officially have our very own Facebook page! You can now follow (and like) us at: https://www.facebook.com/booksandbiscuitsblog. We will be regularly updating the page with links to our posts and other Facebook exclusives.
Secondly, we are now part of affiliate programs at both Amazon.com and Christianbook.com! You may have noticed at the end of our reviews that we regularly include links to both websites. These links offer you great deals on the products we review and feature here at BooksandBiscuits, while providing a percentage of the sale back to us. This revenue helps offset the cost of running the blog, ensuring that we can bring you great content on a regular basis. :)
If you would like to help support BooksandBiscuits.com, you are also welcome to click on the general affiliate links available below:
Amazon.com Affiliate Link – Amazon.com
Christianbook.com Affiliate Link – Christianbook.com
Thank you for following us here at BooksandBiscuits! We are absolutely blessed to do this work and know that you, as our readers, are an essential part of our team. :)
-The Editorial Team
After years spent as an enthusiastic reader of Christian fiction, I’m excited to finally share my perspective here at Books and Biscuits.
Since high school, I have been the primary person responsible for locating excellent examples of Christian books for my family members to read. Growing up with generations of readers in the Midwest and Canada, the women of my family share books and pass them along to one another. My book reviews often indicate which family members I would be most likely to share the books with, depending on their preferences, reading speed, etc.
The books reviewed on Books and Biscuits originate out of my personal collection or that of the local library. At this time, I do not receive books from publishers or suppliers of any kind nor am I encouraged or compensated by any person or organization to give a positive review. I personally read and review every book included on the Books and Biscuits blog and all opinions expressed within the reviews are my own.
As part of Books and Biscuits, I have also created several related pages that I would highly encourage you to visit. The Books link will take you to a special section of the website dedicated to the books reviewed on the blog. Within that section, The Library includes a full list of books (alphabetized by author) reviewed on this blog. Another sub-section, the Failed to Finish page, includes a list of those books that didn’t make the cut for a full review. I will be updating content and adding pages, so be sure to check in for future updates. Additionally, you are welcome to Contact Us to suggest other books that you would like to see reviewed and included in the blog.
I hope you enjoy reading Books and Biscuits as much as I enjoy writing it. :)
We are very excited to kick off our debut post of Books and Biscuits.
Books and Biscuits came about after Brittany spent a few too many days trying to recover from a winter cold. Cabin fever set in and we ended up with a blog.
Long before we married, we (James and Brittany) spent hours sitting around the dinner table discussing exceptionally diverse topics. Books and cooking were just two of the themes that took precedence. We are excited to be able to feature those topics and others here on Books and Biscuits.
In addition to periodic blog posts, we have also developed the Books and Biscuits website to serve as an ongoing resource for people who enjoy the topics that we find interesting. Please feel free to explore the site to discover related pages with more information about books, cooking, and other topics that we discuss in the blog.
-The Editorial Team