When I put out a call for help out a few months ago, I was really worried about the type of response that I would get. I really thought that I wouldn’t be able to find any help at all. I’m very pleased to say that I had a fantastic response to my application. So many enthusiastic and talented applicants made the decision really hard for me. I’ve decided to bring on a few team members and I hope that you enjoy their insights and personalities as much as I do.
We have been spending some time getting things setup for the new site launch design, as well as getting everyone trained in the different facets of blogging on the WordPress interface. Our introduction comes today from Kiwi. She’s going to do reviews for us. Please welcome Kiwi to the team.
You can also follow Kiwi via Twitter: @Kiwi_DFT
So, a little about myself…
My name is Kiwi and I’m a stay at home mom of three kids, ages 13, 9 and 4. I have a darling husband who I have been “happily” married to for almost 11 years who works in retail….well sort of. I live in a tiny town in upstate NY, I’m a Capricorn, enjoy long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners…whoops, wrong kind of intro. Just Kidding.
I’ve enjoyed reading for as long as I can remember, and I love to read about all things paranormal. My first vivid memory of running to get the next book in a series was for Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern titles (RIP Anne). I also grew up reading Stephen King, V.C. Andrews, etc. Now that I am old, my tastes have grown more eclectic. I have been reading many non paranormal type books as well, and for some reason, Stephen King now scares the crap out of me. *shudder* Lately, I can usually be found with a book somewhere in my possession, whether in my purse, or in my car, in paper form or on my eReader. And yes, that was me at the library, taking out 15 books at once.
Book reviewing is still a pretty new adventure for me, and I am so excited to be joining the staff at Dark Faerie Tales. I look forward to reviewing some great titles, and trying out some new paranormal type genres.
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