Spread the Word

spreadthewordHi there! Welcome to my first ever feature of Spread the Word, a feature that was inspired by A Bookish Heart with her Bookish Friends feature. This is a weekly feature that I have started to shine the spotlight on other bloggers that have caught my eye. There are so many great bloggers out there that keep me giggling or thinking with their blog posts and it’s gotten to the point where I want to shout it to the world so that others can discover their greatness too.

I don’t ask them questions or anything like that as it can be time-consuming to the featured blogger who is busy…blogging. So instead I just go through their blog with a fine tooth comb and learn everything I can to share it all with you. Ready? Good! Excited? Me too!

Today I’ve decided to spotlight a blog that I discovered quite recently. She is an amazing writer that knows how to write quality posts. Her passion pours through every sentence and she is not afraid to share her opinions regardless of what others might think. Oh, and she can win an entire revolution before breakfast.

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She is Lauren @ Revolution For Breakfast

I discovered Lauren after she left a comment that was so thoughtful and personal and LONG. Literally, Lauren reads every single one of my posts and leaves such long comments that I always have to go to the comment archives so that I have room on my screen to respond. It’s absolutely wonderful because it says that she has so much to say about what I’ve written and as a blogger, that’s all I ask for. (Please note that I also love small comments, even one word comments so don’t be discouraged if you favor that kind of commenting, I often write small comments myself).

Here is an examples of one of her comments:

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Notice how the picture doesn’t show her entire comment? That’s because it’s too long to get the whole shot. See what I mean! She always has a lot to say and makes you feel as if your post was worth reading.

So after Lauren presented herself to me I immediately checked out her blog. I soon discovered that she has a great talent with words. She can write long, thorough posts which might be intimidating to people who aren’t in the mood for reading but they are always filled with this keen wit that she possesses and her gripping passion that even the intimidated reader can’t help but read on.

One of things I love about her posts is that she always comes up with brilliant post titles! For example:

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Lauren also has several weekly original features that she runs on her blog that are quite fun to read. These include:

Blurbsday Musings– Lauren writes a random rant every Thursday about something going on in the media and/or the world. Her most recent rant was about The Jodi Arias Trial and it was really interesting.

Fanfiction.net Spotlight– This is featured every Wednesday until September and is where Lauren spotlights talented writers of fan fiction. Her most recent post was about an exceptionally talented writer who wrote fan fiction based on Harry Potter in which Harry goes missing after being placed on the Dursley’s door step. (The Potterhead in me is demanding to read this).

Five-Song Fridays– Lauren recommends five songs that go along with a certain theme. Her most recent theme was Favorite 90’s Boy Band Songs. It was a really fun read.

Keeping It Reel Saturdays– This is where Lauren writes very thought out movie reviews. Her most recent review was on What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? and man, does it sound creepy.

Here are a couple of random facts that I’ve gathered from reading Lauren’s blog:

  • She likes Nancy Grace
  • She doesn’t think Cameron Diaz can act
  • She broke up with a boyfriend who recommended a bad book to her (but not for that reason)
  • She is an English major but went on to law school
  • Once melted a Nick Carter doll she got from Burger King (she now regrets it)
  • Prefers book stores to libraries (like me)
  • She is a fellow fan of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps series

When it comes down to it, I like reading Lauren’s blog because I know I will get quality posts (and she’s really nice too)! I urge everyone to check out her blog, you won’t regret it!

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17 thoughts on “Spread the Word

    • Thank you for adding me and I agree that this is a great blog idea! Lindsey does such a fabulous job with her weekly features now that I’m excited to see what will come next in Spread the Word when someone else gets the spotlight!

  1. This is a great idea for a feature and I love the way you’ve showcased it going into a lot of detail about each blogger!

    I am loving Lauren’s quality posts and long comments too. πŸ˜€

    You rock Lauren and Linsey!

    …I was just thinking it’s a shame my name’s not Odette or something because then it could be Lauren, Odette, Lindsey, as in LOL. Annnnnnnnnddddd that sounded a lot better in my head. πŸ˜›

  2. Okay, where do I even begin… The flattery I feel is unparalleled to any recent experience, so I’m a bit speechless (shocker!) but without a doubt I want to convey how touched I am that you spotlighted my blog and that you did so with such thoughtful detail. I think this is a great new weekly series and I know you’ll do your favorite blogs justice because you’re a great writer and a pleasure to read. I have barely been here on WordPress for two weeks and I’ve already met some wonderful people – all of you included! – and it makes me so happy to read others’ blogs and musings and take part in their reading experiences and beyond. I don’t want to sound mushy-gushy but I really do cherish the opportunity to have these kinds of back-and-forth discussions with great people who love what I love. I’m excited for what the future brings with your writing and reading experiences and I’m very happy to have met all of you, especially you Lindsey! Thank you so much ❀ *suppresses tears… second time today… dammit! lol*

    • You deserved it! I sincerely look forward to reading your posts every day and I knew that more people had to know about you! I’m very happy to have met you too! Always looking forward to your posts! πŸ™‚ (I’m touched that I’ve aready almost made you cry twice today, does that make me a bad person)? πŸ˜‰

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