Blog Spotlight – The Lit Mermaid

It’s another Blog Spotlight, and this time I’m looking towards the fabulous blog entitled….

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THE LIT MERMAID! This was one of the first blogs to follow me, so I’m immensely grateful for that, especially since that was back in April when I was just a baby blogger. This is her blog.

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The Blogger Behind The Writing:

This book blog is run by Syc, who describes herself as ‘part-time surfer (on the Internet, I mean), part-time reader/adventurer and a full-time drug maker in the making.’ Take it with a little pinch of salt, eh? Because obviously she’s not a drug maker. Life is not Breaking Bad.

The Blog Itself:

Syc does a variety of bookish posts – book hauls, reviews, tags – as well as her own features. One that I think is pretty cool, is her segment that she calls ‘The Mermaid Life’ and that’s where she gets a bit personal and talks about her own life. That’s a refreshing break from book posts in my opinion – seeing blogs which post nothing but one topic get boring after a while, don’t you agree?

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Also, the name of the blog? Genius! Coming from the classic Disney movie, I absolutely love Ariel (aka The Little Mermaid), and I just adore the name of this blog. It’s a combination of two of my favourite things – reading, and Disney. The perfect mix.

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Not to mention, the GORGEOUS graphics that Syc has on the blog? I’m so jealous of them, since I can barely work Photoshop.

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Where To Follow:

The Blog

Syc’s Tumblr

Syc’s Goodreads

Syc’s Twitter

If you want to be a part of my Blog Spotlight, then email me or tweet me that you’re interested.

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