Hey gang, how’s it going?
It’s an absolute privilege to introduce you to my October advertisers, they sure are a talented bunch, and each bring something different to the table; let’s jump straight in.
I’m overjoyed to introduce you all to Faisal as he is such a breath of fresh air. He is one of the most supportive people out there and always does his bit to support small businesses, independent writers and smaller bloggers. His blog includes a variety of different subjects but he is predominantly a passionate writer about all things running (you need to read up on and follow his running journey as it’s super inspiring). In addition to this, he also dwindles in some poetry from time to time, and his words are stunningly put together, as a fellow poet I can vouch for his writing and I highly recommend you check out his blog and see for yourself.
You can also follow Faisal on Twitter by clicking HERE.
Anja is a blogger, student and founder of the wonderful BLOG known as ‘Gaia’. The word ‘Gaia’ is the name (based on Greek mythology): personification of the earth. You can read more about this in Gaia’s introduction section on the blog. It’s very interesting. Anja’s platform is solely focused on discussing nature, ecology and environmental protection. Also sharing other people’s opinions and experiences, it is a platform for everyone, and is very educational and eye-opening all at once. Anja frequently gets involved in my twitter chats weekly and it’s always a pleasure; feel free to go and explore Anja’s blog and leave some love!
You can also find Anja on twitter by clicking HERE.
EMMA (AKA @BOOKINGGOODREAD)
I’m majorly excited to tell you all about Emma’s blog as I am an avid reader of it and always look forward to new content from her. As well as being a blogger and book reviewer, Emma is also a mother of 2 boys, and enjoys writing short stories in her spare time too (and she’s pretty damn good). She is a huge lover of true crime cases and you will see TONS of features on TC on her blog and lots of book recommendations – so make sure you have your notepad and pen at the ready. I’m guilty of bulk-book-buying after reading Emma’s blog (so don’t say I didn’t warn ya!).
You can also find Emma on Twitter by clicking HERE.
And there we have it!
Please do check out these wonderful individuals and leave their platforms some love, we are all in this together!
Until next time,