Enlisting a Street Team – Blogger Girl/Novelista Girl. You in?

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When I wrote Blogger Girl, it was meant to be a stand-alone novel, but while I was satisfied with where I left Kimmie Long and the Gang, many readers screamed, “More, More, More!” Okay, so they didn’t exactly “scream,” but the novel became an instant fan-favorite and I received many requests for a sequel. Although I was in the midst of writing How Do You Know? at the time, I decided to give readers what they wanted. And between you and me, I was pretty excited to revisit my old friends, especially Nicholas 🙂 (And if I’m being honest, Hannah and Daneen—Mean Girls 1 and 2—were super fun to write, too.)

I’m thrilled to announce that the sequel, Novelista Girl, is now with my editor and if all goes according to schedule, it will be released before the end of the year. Although we have not written the formal blurb yet, here is a brief description:

In NOVELISTA GIRL, “Blogger Girl” Kimberly Long is inspired by her new boyfriend, Nicholas, to publish her novel. When the hunt for an agent brings her unexpectedly closer to prior nemesis, Hannah Marshak, it creates tension between Kim and her BFF, Bridget. To make matters worse, Nicholas’ busy work schedule is putting a dent in their relationship. In the year when all of Kim’s dreams—romantic and professional—are supposed to come true, she’s afraid she’ll end up unpublished and all alone.

As much as folks embraced Blogger Girl, it hasn’t reached as many readers as I’d like. I would obviously like it to reach millions if not billions (trillions?)

This is where you come in:

I’m looking for readers who loved Blogger Girl and are anxiously awaiting release of the sequel to join the Blogger Girl/Novelista Girl street team. As a member of the street team, I would rely on you to share your enthusiasm for the Blogger Girl series and help spread the word that the books are worth reading. This can include posting on your Facebook pages and other social media, sharing my posts with your friends, family, colleagues etc. and maybe even screaming from the rooftops. In thanks, I would do the following for you*:

Provide you with a free advanced copy of Novelista Girl in the e-format of your choice

Advance access to scenes from the prequel, Kim and the Mean Girl, before it comes out

Free advanced e-copy of Kim and the Mean Girl when it comes out

Input into cover art

Access to a closed Facebook group exclusive to members of the street team

Assorted swag (to be determined)

*This is my first experience with a street-team so I am kind of winging it, but I’m open to requests from all members as to what you would like.

If this is something you are interested in and you are up to the task, please either comment here with your name and email address or email me pursuant to the “contact me” section of this website.

Thanks from me, Kim, Nicholas (who has been recast from Matt Long to Sam Palladio), Bridget, Jonathan, Hannah, Daneen, Rob and the rest of the Blogger Girl family 🙂

KimmieLong

KimmieLong

Nicholas

Nicholas

That's my spunky Bridget!

That’s my spunky Bridget!

Hannah

Hannah

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Comments

  1. Melissa Seng says:

    I’m interested in being a street team participant.
    Thank you,
    Melissa

  2. I’m interested!
    -Susan

  3. count me in!

  4. Rebecca Moore says:

    Love to be a part of your street team 🙂

  5. Omg…. Me! I would LOVE to do this!
    I also love your character actor choices above! Totally fitting!
    Totally interested,
    Aimee

  6. I’ll join the team 🙂

  7. I’ll join the team! 🙂

  8. I would love to review Novelista Girl. Please let me know what you need from me and when. Thanks

  9. I’m interested in helping you with your next book.

  10. Hi there,
    Can you get me any free copies of your books? I would donate them to my local library. Would that work? I can also bring copies to Mexico for their English library.

    • I might be able to get a few free books, but I’m more focused on spreading the word to potential buyers. I can’t afford to spend too much money buying and shipping paperbacks.

      • You are right—I thought of that just after I hit “send.” If I could get one copy in our library, it would introduce readers to your other books, though.

  11. Would love to be on the team. Count me in. 🙂

  12. Mimi Marten says:

    I loved blogger girl. I also love your style, you write about what you know and it shows. I already told you but for the record I love the NYker in you. 🙂
    I can’t wait to read it….Congrats! Aloha!

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