What Grabs Me As A Reader? Guest Blog Post by @TheTerribleHook #TheHookReads

Lucy Mitchell is a fellow author/blogger/all-around good egg who has graciously allowed me to set up shop on her blog for a day. You owe it to yourself to check Lucy out (you know what I mean, pervs) and see what she’s capable of. She’s dedicated her life to putting positivity out into a world that has become increasingly dark and we all owe her a debt of thanks for that.

I apologize in advance for what happens next, LM…

Good news if you like reading. I have decided to do a regular guest post blog post for readers and let them tell us what things in books grab their attention. All genres welcome and the only stipulation is that my guest blogger must love to read books and is happy to share their reader insight on my blog.

If you are an avid reader and fancy taking centre stage on my blog please get in touch.

I am going to introduce you to Robert Hookey, one of my twitter author friends. He gave me the idea for this regular blog feature so when I have famous celebrities beating down my door to get on my blog and tell everyone what grabs their attention when they are reading, I shall blame him…lol.

Over to you, Robert.

First off, I want to thank my host, Lucy, for opening her virtual home…

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About The Hook

Husband. Father. Bellman. Author of The Bellman Chronicles. Reader of comic books and observer and chronicler of the human condition. And to my wife's eternal dismay, a mere mortal and non-vampire. I'm often told I look like your uncle, cousin, etc. If I wore a hat, I'd hang it on a hat rack in my home in Niagara Falls, Canada. You can call me The Hook, everyone else does.
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7 Responses to What Grabs Me As A Reader? Guest Blog Post by @TheTerribleHook #TheHookReads

  1. Good post Hook. And great to see you back!

  2. humbirdheart8 says:

    Hey, Hook! This is wonderful! And, inspiring… Reminds me of a time long ago and far away when my now-ex-husband came home and asked what I’d done all day. I told him I’d read a book. He responded with the notion that I hadn’t done anything . I knew deep down in that moment that it was over…
    Keep reading, my lovely. And, keep writing!

  3. A super visit with Lucy, Hook.

    • The Hook says:

      Thanks, John.
      She’s great.
      Like I’ve said before, I’m stumbling around on my journey of self-promoting. It’s been tough to focus as this pandemic rages on, but it’s also good to have a goal to channel my anxiety/nervous energy towards.

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