Morning all. Today it gives me great pleasure to welcome blogger Anne Cater of Random Things Through My Letterbox to help spread a little #BookLove. Before we find out just which is Anne’s favourite childhood book here is a little bit more about the blogger behind the blog.
When I was a small child at primary school I ordered a book called ‘Free Stuff for Kids’, and that’s when my obsession with receiving things through the post began. Now I’m 50 and I still receive random items on a weekly basis. Books, hair dye, loaves of bread, stop-snoring devices are just a few of the delights I’ve opened recently. So, I thought I’d share my delights with everyone else. I’m not talking about bills and takeaway menus – everyone receives those. I’ll review the books, test out the products – or get someone to test them for me. If you’d like to send something to arrive through my letter box, please do and I’ll let you know what I think of it. I work at at our local Hospice, and also do some freelance PR and Admin for publishers. I live in Lincolnshire. I’ve been married to Martin since 1998, we have two rascal cats, Costa and Nero.
Anne always provides a wonderful mixture of book reviews as well as a feature segment, My Life In Books, in which she taps into the favourite and most memorable reads of a variety of authors. She is a real advocate of all things booky and a supporter of authors and bloggers alike. You can follow Anne and her blog on the following sites: