annamaria’s Treasure Find

As an Indie author with an online presence, everyday I meet new people and the other day I met a fourteen year old girl with a blog dedicated to authors. She reads and reviews Young Adult books. Her name is Hayley and her blog is Hayley’s Reviews.

I’m not sure how often she updates her posts since I’m not sure how fast she reads, but yesterday she posted a review for Excelsior by George Sirois, a Young Adult Science-Fiction that has sparked a great review from Hayley.

Wow! Her reviewing list takes her all the way into October 2015. Impressive! Take a look at some of the titles she’ll be reviewing, you might want to come back and check out what she thought of the book. Hayley’s review list.

Do stop by and take a look at her blog, it’s pretty interesting.

I love young adults with a greater purpose than just party.

About annamaria

Although born in the United States, Annamaria Bazzi spent a great deal of her childhood in Sicily, Italy, in a town called Sciacca. Italian was the language spoken at home. Therefore, she had no problems when she found herself growing up in a strange country. Upon returning to the states, she promised herself she would speak without an accent. She attended Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Computers with a minor in Spanish. Annamaria spent twenty years programming systems for large corporations, creating innovative solution, and addressing customer problems. During those years, she raised four daughters and one husband. Annamaria lives in Richmond Virginia with her small family where she now dedicates a good part of her day writing.
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2 Responses to annamaria’s Treasure Find

  1. annamaria says:

    thanks chuck.
    i’m always looking for the diamond in the rough

  2. Chuck Robertson says:

    I agree with your comments about loving young adults who do more than party. When I was 14 or so, I didn’t think anything I did would have much effect. This blog is a splendid idea. A teenager’s perspective is invaluable to YA readers and writers.