That’s How I Blog! Half A Year Talking to Bloggers Who Blog About Books

Last night I was chatting with Brooke from the Bluestocking Guide about books and her blog on That’s How I Blog! and I realized that she is the 25th blogger to appear on the show, and that when I chat with Philip (or King Rat) from Rat’s Reading, he will be my 26th guest, and I will have been interviewing blogger for half a year already!  Hold on!  I need to sit down.  Time has gone by astonishingly quickly.  Philip’s appearance on the show will mark the first time that I will have a male guest on That’s How I Blog!  That hasn’t been for a lack of trying, ny the way, but interesting timing.

When I sat down for my first chat with Trish from Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’, I had no idea what I was getting myself into and hadn’t thought past the first 12 guests, much less the first 26! I have to say that I have had a blast getting to chat with the guests on my show and the That’s How I Blog! challenge participants. Have I mentioned that the grand prise will be a reading wedge pillow.  Oh, I haven’t yet.  I am waiting until I post the MckLinky for reviews to do that.  I have to think about what I want to do to celebrate my half year of the show.

Chatting with bloggers about books, blogging trends and what the effort that goes behind their blogs has been fantastic. Make sure you check out the stories behind these awesome bloggers and blogs, if  you missed them the first time around.  And e-mail me, because you want to come on show!

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Edited to say that I can’t count, and that Brooke was indeed my 26th guest!  Philip is lucky number 27.

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  1. Isn't it amazing how things like this happen? I'm sorry I've missed the last few shows, but I'll be sure to be on next week. I love this show and I'm so thrilled that you're putting all of this together. It feels like a night out with friends every time I tune in.
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  2. Nicole, you rock. My only regret that I've "gone out of the book blogging business" and so probably am no longer eligible to be interviewed by you. That said, I've enjoyed the interviews to which I've listened and glad you've listed all the archives here. I know there are several that I wanted to catch the first time around but didn't.

  3. I think your show is a great success…and I have no idea how you fit in everything for the show. But I enjoy each one even if I can't listen live all the time. Wonderful work; keep it up. Now, when will we hear Anna from Diary of an Eccentric?? And dare I say it, THE GIRL?
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  4. wow…has it been so long already? i remember tuning into the inaugural show with trish–it was so much fun–and subsequent shows with other guests. it's impressive that you keep it going each week; it must be very labor-intensive with the pre-planning, then the interview, and then the recap on your blog.

    kudos to you for bringing the book blogging community that much closer together. 🙂

  5. How wonderful! Congrats! This has been such a useful program for me. I listen all the time!
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  6. I am amazed at how much work and time must go into this blog radio series – congrats on half a year!

    I'm also very excited about participating next month!

  7. A podcast can be harder to keep going than a blog. You don't have to spend hours typing, but you are much more at the mercy of other people. Congratulations!

    Hopefully I don't kill your popularity next week.
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