Thank you for the information. I’ll make some adjustments to that this afternoon.
I’m excited to be apart of the Nerdy Book Club.
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Hello. I am a new author of a book called Class Clown the Memoirs. It is doing pretty good, but recently I was given advice to try to get bloggers to talk about it. I dont know how to do that but ask. I am an educator and parent. My book is for the reader who does not like to read in grades 4-7 grades. It is inspired by son who was a class clown. It is a fun book that shows how you do not have to be like everyone else, but have confidence, smarts and have a good time. Let me know if you have any advice. Thanks.
You can sign up for a post!
I’m a huge fan of your blog! I follow it and share it with many other teachers probably more than they like. I write my own reading reviews or about my reading life every Monday on my blog. I wonder how I might sign up to write a Nerdy guest blogger. I just finished a shortened Retro Review on Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher on my own blog. I’d love to do anything to contribute! Such a great site you have here!
Thank you! If you’re interested in being a guest blogger, sign up in the Google form above.
Do guest blogger submissions need to be exclusive to Nerdy Book Club or can they be posts originally from or also posted on one’s own blog?
Posts must be originally published on Nerdy Book Club. You may cross post to other blogs after the initial Nerdy post.
Thanks for clarifying.
Having high expectations has been a theme of many discussions I’ve had lately. After reading Book Whisperer and hearing you speak at the Literacy Retreat I can see how you get your students to achieve. It’s simply non-negotiable. You are an inspiration to us all.
New kid on the block! I have been mesmerized into hours of blog-hopping thanks to NerdyBookClub. I recently joined wordpress and seem to be channeling Dora the Explorer. A whole new world of like-minded, extremely talented, and helpful people has been opened up to me, and I can’t get enough. I look forward to the day, when I am ready to answer Nerdy’s call (I picture an uber-stylish librarian, wearing stars and strips, staring over her cat-eye glasses, while pointing a determinate finger directly at me, in a most Uncle Sam-like manner: Nerdy Needs YOU!). Until then, I will happily stalk these pages and do what I love so much: READ!
I love to read and write and promote reading / writing with my students. I’d be happy to create a post in the future, or submit some ideas to you for your approval.
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