Who is The Traveling Reader?

The Traveling Reader is a doodler who enjoys blue skies and green coconut trees and dreams of becoming a fisherman. She dances in the moonlight for a hobby and takes the nasty job of getting up in the morning with a grin. Well, yeah, she dons big shades just to annoy the neighbors.
And if you are a fan of reading or traveling or both (who says you can’t do 2 things at the same time?), then follow this blog.

A Note for Authors and Publishers:

All artworks or images used are original and copyrighted by The Traveling Reader unless otherwise specified.

Likewise, the use of the original images of any books featured on here are always given due credit. However, this blogger wants to be original so a little bit of editing is always in the works to make the entries more interesting. Editing will only affect the presentation of the book and not the cover itself.

If you dig my reviewing style and you want a book reviewed, please read my Book Review Policies before emailing me at: thetravelingreaderblog@gmail.com. Thanks! πŸ˜‰

15 thoughts on “Who is The Traveling Reader?

  1. Hey, Guess what your the fifth winner of the Suite Scarlett book giveaway. I randomly put everyone’s names in a hat and picked that way, you were one of the five that I picked. If you wouldn’t mind e-mailing me your mailing address I can ship this book ASAP. my e-mail is maurakltz@hotmail.com

    ~Monster of books~

  2. Oh, that’s great news! Thank you very much. My first time actually to win any book giveaway contest. Oh, I’m so happy. Thank you, Maura. Will email you as soon as possible. πŸ™‚

  3. Pingback: Life Is Suite and Scarlett « Pachuvachuva

  4. Hi Pachuvachuva

    How are you? My novel, The Journey of Om was recently published by Pustak Mahal and I was wondering if you’d be interested in doing a review? If you like I can send you some information about the book via email or mail you across a copy of the book?

    My email address is chandrubhojwani at gmail dot com

    Do let me know and I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks for taking the time.

    • Hi, Chandru!

      Thanks for dropping by my blog. πŸ˜€
      Yes, I’m very interested in reviewing your book. Sent you an email. Thanks again. πŸ™‚

    • Des, I’m not sure if nana sched for Cine Europa this year..mag-wait ra man pud gud ko sa mga i-forward ni Naynay. Hehe
      No worries..will let you know if naa sched for film fest. πŸ™‚

  5. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my blog, as well as the encouragement. Sadly, stuff came up and I decided I just can’t participate in this Read-a-Thon. 😦

    But thanks, that was nice of you! I hope I see you in October! (Oh, and I don’t have Twitter, that’s why I’m answering here)

    • No problem, Aiden. I’d be sure to check you out in October for the next read-a-thon. My bad for not seeing this comment sooner. Hope things are going swell with you though. πŸ™‚

      • No worries. On that note, do you know when they October Read-a-Thon will be? Have they updated the main site? The last post I’m seeing is Hour 24.

      • I don’t know the details of the October read-a-thon yet. But they might be posting information about that some time around September or August. If I get wind of any info about it, I’ll let you know. πŸ™‚

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