About the author of mylittlebookblog; Lizzy Baldwin

In a nutshell I’m Lizzy (spelt with a y) and I bloody love books. There’s no other way of putting it really. I’m a book worm, book hoarder, book reader, book lover, book blogger, book reviewer; any and all of those fit the bill. In the real world I’m a marketing assistant and I live in Stoke-on-Trent in England. You’ll often find me with my nose stuck in a book waiting for a bus wearing a brightly patterned tea dress with my hair a mess and boots on my feet no matter the weather. Historical fiction is my favourite genre if you’re wondering and I have secret adoration for anything pastel coloured. I speak fluent sarcasm and if you ever need me to do anything for you a packet of malteasers will often suffice.


333 thoughts on “About the author of mylittlebookblog; Lizzy Baldwin

  1. Rachael says:

    You have been nominated for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Please check the link for the details of the award and the badge/image you may use for your site. Just know that for those people you choose you may either pass on the same image or create one of your own.

    (ps, you are by no mean’s required to participate, but I thank you for your posts! I appreciate you!)

  2. Author Catherine Townsend-Lyon says:

    Hello Lizzy!
    I for one came by via LinkedIn of our group “All things writing, journaling,….
    I love your little blog! I did see a few spacing errors you may want to double check on this page, but the books & colors are great! The overall is clean and crisp. Congrats and welcome to the world of blogging!

    Author, Catherine Townsend-Lyon
    My Book/Media Blog http://anAuthorandWriterinProgress.wordpress.com πŸ™‚

  3. kadavis1 says:

    Congratulations on being nominated for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award!!! Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you will find time to read one of my books from the Emerson’s Attic series. Best to you, Kathleen Andrews Davis

    • littlebookblog says:

      The winners were SHERLOCKIANBOOKLOVER with

      1. Doctor Watson.
      Many people are surprised I don’t say Holmes, but Sherlock would sit an analyse everything about you and me and probably make us feel really uncomfortable. That’s why I chose Watson- not only would I be able to question him about his adventures with Holmes, but I feel that he’s a gentleman, and having tea with a young lady would mean he would be courteous and chivalrous in his actions and responses. He’s also quite a big father figure in my eyes and would always be caring. I’m a dog person too, so if you were happy to talk to him, I’d go and entertain myself with his bulldog. He’s a doctor, so he’d keep a rather clean dinner table, I find, and would also be on hand if any injuries were to occur. So, after this long winded explanation, the fictional character I would take you to dinner with would be Doctor John H Watson, MD, formerly of the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers.

      aaaand Emma @ https://herwanderingwords.wordpress.com/

      I would pick Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Green. It’s a lovely novel about the world of imaginary friends, which runs parallel to our human world. On a desert island, I would definitely need some imaginary friends to keep me company!

      All the answers were super brilliant! it was a toughie to pick πŸ™‚ xxxx

  4. Mary says:

    Hello, I just wanted to say I love your header, it’s really cute! πŸ˜€ I’m a huge fan of pastels myself. Any particular color that you fancy more than the rest?

    • littlebookblog says:

      thank you! I had it made a little while ago, I love pink and recently I changed the theme of mylittlebookblog and added the image of the library behind πŸ™‚ oooooooo like the lightest blue I think, like duck egg but lighter! or baby pink, or coral or lilac! OH SO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM! πŸ™‚ you?

      • Mary says:

        I really like the books behind it. πŸ™‚ Pink’s my favorite color too! Tho I’ve been being swayed to blues recently. And mint colors. Ohhhh coral is a very pretty color too! But you’re right, there are a lot to choose from.

  5. Sam Red says:

    Thanks Lizzy for stopping by my newly nascent blog and liking my “emotional dragons” post. It’s much appreciated. Great to see you’ve had so much success and positive feeback with your own blog. Great stuff! Well done. Best wishes, Sam

  6. Chris says:

    Hi Lizzy, I have a quick question about your blog. Could you please email me when you get a free minute? Thanks!!

  7. Club Bookie says:

    Hello! πŸ™‚

    We are from Club Bookie, a new website that aims to bring bookworms together through listing up and creating a haven that would feature compilations of anything and everything book related. From bloggers, to vloggers, to bookstagrams, to book clubs, communities, and events — you name it!

    We were just wondering if you might be interested to be a part of the book bloggers list. We would like to inform you ahead that the questionnaire might be a bit long. We really wanted to bring the connection of the readers and the bloggers a bit more closer, thus, the feature-like questions.

    If you’re interested to become a part of our mini project, we hope that you could fill out our form here: http://goo.gl/forms/H6kVjX8drC

    If you have friends who might also be interested to be a part of the list, please feel free to have them sign up!

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon. ❀

    Club Bookie Team

  8. ferventlycurious says:

    Hi Lizzy, I stumbled upon your blog a few days ago and I must say I am loving every part of it. The reviews and the pictures. You are such an inspiration! I wish I could like you someday too.

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