Aug 192012
 

    

Happy Sunday!!  Hoping that everyone is having a wonderful weekend. 

I have a special guest today!!   You may already know her, and if you don’t, I am pleased to introduce her to you.  She is one of our blogging buddies that is the owner and author of the blog, The Top Shelf.  I invited Misty to visit with us to talk about a group that I am a member of and she has teamed up with and as an exciting announcement to tell you about.

I met Misty through Partners In Crime Tours.  She is one of our amazing hosts/reviewers.    She has  teamed up with one of favorite publishers, Mr. Lou Aronica of The Story Plant.  I started reviewing for him when I first came on the scene and still do to this day.  His authors and titles are amazing.  

Since this is her first time here at CMash Reads, I ask you to please help me give a warm welcome to one of our “fellow” bloggers, Misty!!

Hey guys!  It’s Misty from The Top Shelf and I’m guest blogging today on Cheryl’s blog to tell you about something really cool we have going on till about Monday.  I might extend it since I’m posting here.

But first, I have a confession to make…

I LOVE The Story Plant!   What’s The Story Plant?  They’re a publisher that has given us readers some amazing reads like All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard, Gods and Fathers by James LePore and Love thy Neighborby Mark Gilleo!  All of which I’m sure you’ve seen right here.

So what are we doing?

The Top Shelf has teamed up with The Story Plant to give five lucky readers the chance to read the great books brought to you by The Story Plant when we reviewers get to!  It’s called their Spread The Word Initiative and it’s just starting up.  To check out and enter the contest, visithttp://www.the-top-shelf.com/?p=4255 and leave a comment with a valid email in the email field.  Also be sure to join The Story Plant on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/TheStoryPlant and on Twitterhttp://twitter.com/TheStoryPlant!

My bio:
Misty Rayburn is a graduate from Capital University with a BA in English Literature. She was a live event photographer, covering a lot of Columbus’ local scene but a back injury kept her out of the scene for two years. While recovering, she created The Top Shelf. Misty doesn’t have a TBR list, she has a mountain! Come visit us! Website: http://www.the-top-shelf.com Twitter: @topshelfebooksFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/tops

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