A mother-daughter book-blogging team share a special Top 5 (x 2) List

In Uncategorized on May 10, 2014 at 4:54 pm

A couple of years ago, my girl and I were honored to be invited to write for the Nerdy Bookclub blog. Ahead of Mother’s Day, it seems like a perfect thing to share, as it talks about what reading has meant to me, my mom and my daughter.

Nerdy Book Club

Hi, I’m LitKid. My mom and I write a book blog together called Lost in a Book. I’m going to share my Top 5 reasons why it’s superb to have a book-lover for a mom.

  1. We can have a good pinpointed conversation. You know, at the dinner table we can talk about books, instead of just sitting there like robots, eating our dinner in silence.
  2. We can bond over books. We always love going book shopping for each other and going to author events at Quail Ridge Books (
  3. We each have an installed book recommender. My mom is always collecting recommendations for kids’ books to read; she’s a huge Twitter person so she knows about a lot of authors.
  4. We can meet great authors. Between Quail Ridge and the huge Twitterverse, my mom and I have met a great deal of authors.
  5. Our blog. Enough said.


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