My name is Meg Moore and I am 20, studying Drama and English Literature (Combined Honours) at University Manchester. On this website I review a wide range of literary works as well as give you the opportunity to get in touch with me about inquiries.
Feel free to have a browse around my site - if you like what you see then I also run my own Tumblr blog in which I also post reviews, my favourite book quotes and keep my followers up to date with photos of the books that I'm either currently reading or have recently bought! www.theliteraryblogger.tumblr.com. Whilst you're at it why not check out my Goodreads page! www.goodreads.com/theliteraryblogger
More About Me
I started my Tumblr blog after a lot of deliberation, and was finally inspired to make the jump when I found myself following book bloggers on other social media platforms and chose to set a blog up for myself. I was already reading the books and so content wouldn't be a problem. During the first two weeks of setting up the blog and finding my feet I had 10 followers and wasn't expecting to gain many more, however literally overnight I went from 10 to 150, the day after I shot to 340 and since then my blog has been going from strength to strenght. I currently have 30,000+ and am absolutely amazed by the sheer mass of followers I have gained as well as the positive responses that I recieve from my followers on a daily basis. I am frequently contacted by other new bloggers seeking advice on how to grow their audience base, I have had authors approach me and ask me to read their books and review them on my blog and have recently been accepted by the online agency 'Bookbridgr' to select and review books for a number of publishers and authors.
In starting my blog I was very apprehensive as I wasn't sure how people would respond to my content or if anyone would follow me, it was the issue of having confidence in my own ability that prevented me from starting up my blog sooner. However, the confidence boost gained from taking that first step is amazing. I'm now inundated with positive feedback, people responding to my content with praise and the ability to connect with so may different types of people from all over the world on a singular platform.
The idea for starting up this website came when I reached 5,000 followers and my parents bought me the rights to my own domain www.theliteraryblogger.co.uk. Even though Tumblr was to be my main platform I decided that it would be a good idea to have a professional website that incorporated my Tumblr blog as well as more information to my audience about me as an individual as well as a more direct means of communication in relation to features.