Hello and welcome! Thank you for stopping by Cuddlebuggery.
Whether you’ve come here via GoodReads, the old Cuddlebuggery blog or Book Catching, we welcome you! Kat and I have been blogging separately since last year and while we both deeply enjoy sharing our thoughts with the reading community, we both realized, “Holy smokes, Batman! This is a lot of work!” So what did we do? We combined our powers of awesomeness and became Cuddlebuggery.com. Kat and I have been working extremely hard over the past few weeks to make this all possible and we couldn’t be more thrilled with how things have turned out. You may be wondering “How do I follow this bloody blog?!” I’m glad you asked. As you can see there is no Google Friend Connect, but never fear! You don’t need Google because you can easily follow this blog:
- Subscribe via email and receive posts straight to your email box! Just look on over to the sidebar and you’ll find the subscription option.
- Subscribe to our RSS via Feedburner. In top right corner there is a small RSS button that will take you to our feed. There, you can read our blog using your favorite feed reading service.
- Follow us on Bloglovin’.
Register with Cuddlebuggery. In the footer there is a section called “meta” where you can register with using various social media avenues (Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and more). Registering with us allows you to comment without going through the hassle of putting in information every time you want to comment. It also gives you VIP status. When it comes to giveaways and other events, you’ll know first. Don’t forget to fill out the email address section! 🙂UPDATE: We have a new comment system, so if you wish to receive emails on giveaways, please use option 1 or 2. Thank you!
- And, of course, you can always follow us on Twitter and Facebook!
There are tons of new and exciting things we have planned so, we hope you decide to stick around and chat with us!
Tatiana (The Readventurer)
This is one good looking blog, ladies. Congratulations!
Thank you, Tatiana!
Oh gosh, Stephanie, is this the huge thing you told me about? WOW! I’m so thrilled! The blog looks super cool! <3
Do you already have the Subscribe2 plugin? It allows mere users like me to subscribe via email without using feedburner and we can chose which categories to subscribe to. 🙂
Glad you're on WordPress! <3
Patricia recently posted…Mini Hiatus
Thank you! Yup, this is it! And yes, Subscribe2 is installed. 😉
Stephanie Sinclair recently posted…Oh, hey! You’ve found us!
Just dropping by to say hi and congrats! It looks great!
Stepping Out of the Page
Congrats, Stephanie and Kat – the new site looks great! I wish you the best of luck with it!
Stepping Out of the Page recently posted…Cinder (Lunar Chronicles #1)
You’re right, blogging is a lot of work! This new site looks great. I added you to my blog list and look forward to your posts.
BarklesswagMore recently posted…Book Review: Ironside by Holly Black
I already said this on Twitter but I’m so excited for this blog! It looks so great, you guys, and I love how content is already lined up. Blogging is such hard work, I’m glad I do it with someone too. Congrats!! x
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Thank you everyone! Steph and I are already embroiled in a mad love affair with each other! We’re very proud of our efforts. Though I think I speak for both of us when I say that the last two weeks have been tons of work!
Kat Kennedy recently posted…Massive, Huge, Ginormous Announcement
Thanks, guys! Tons of work is correct, but I couldn’t ask for a better co-blogger!
Jess & Kat
I was wondering what was going on with my google reader ! Lovely blog I really like the layout. I can’t wait to read more from you guys.
– Jess (Books and Sensibility)
Thanks! What happened to your google reader?
I found your blog on Shelfari.com (it was the Clockwork Prince review) and fell in love with your blog! It is so good.
Your review of Fallen had me laughing. It had everything I thought when I read it. Can’t wait to read the rest of the posts! =D
If you don’t mind my asking (I truly don’t mean to be nosy), what are the pros and cons of having a WordPress blog?
Rogue recently posted…Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Thanks for stopping by. I’m so glad you enjoyed the reviews and the blog. Having a WordPress blog gives you more freedom with customization. There are tons of other reasons why we prefer it over Blogger. Here is a great link from Patricia over at Book Exhibitionism about the pros and cons. Be warned, it’s a little bias! 😉
Haha, that was very funny.
I have switched over to WordPress and am enjoying it a lot. I still have to play around more.
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