Blog Audit Challenge: Contact Details

Blog Audit Challenge: Contact Details

Welcome back for another installment of the Blog Audit Challenge. How are you doing so far? 

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This week's topic: Contact Details

This week we're looking at contact details. It's important to give your readers a way of contacting you. It's especially important to have a way they can contact you if you offer services. The easiest way to do this is to have a contact page on your website. Alternatively, if you just want to use email as your method of being contacted, you can just add a mailto: link.

I have a contact page at It's pretty basic but has links for the various ways I can be contacted. This week I'm going to be updating the page to make it look more professional.

This week's task: 

Make sure you have a way of being contacted on your website.

A few options:

- Add a contact page with all your contact details e.g. email, social media, etc...
- Add a contact link to your navigation bar with a mailto: link
- Add social media icons with links to the profiles you use regularly.
- Add a contact form on your contact page. This can be a good option for those of you that don't want to give out your email address. It also means you can set up the form to include the information you require e.g. if you are using it for review requests only you might want to add sections where they post their book synopsis, ISBN/ASIN, etc...

Other things you might want to consider:

- If you get a lot of emails asking the same things you might find it useful to add some FAQ's to your contact page (either directly on the page or as a link to a separate post that covers them).

Book Review: The Ugly Step Sister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson

Book Review: The Ugly Step Sister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson

Disclosure: I got sent a free copy of this book via Net Galley.

Book Review: The Ugly Step Sister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson
Everyone knows how those fairy tales go. The princess gets beautiful, nabs her prince and leaves her evil stepsisters in the dust.
But what happens when you’re the ugly stepsister and your obnoxiously perfect—pretty, smart, and, worst of all, nice—stepsister is dating the charming, devastatingly handsome guy you’ve had a thing for since you were nine?
Quirky, artistic and snarky Mattie Lowe does not lead a charmed life. Her mother is constantly belittling her online. The school mean girl has made it her mission to torment Mattie. But worst of all? Her stepsister is the most popular girl in school and is dating Mattie’s secret crush, Jake Kingston.
Tired of being left out and done with waiting for her own fairy godmother to show up, Mattie decides to change her life. She’ll start by running for senior class president against Jake. Ella can keep her Prince Annoying. Mattie's going to rule the school.
And no one, not even a cute and suddenly flirty Jake, is going to stop her.

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