Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Two new members to the Tynga’s Reviews family!

As you know, I’ve been looking for a new reviewer to join the family and after a slow start and changing some criteria I found not one, but two amazing girls to join the team!

Before I introduce them, I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to contact me, I really appreciate your interest in my blog ^^

Also, just like Jenn right now, each of them will have their own signature and “About the Blogger” widget will appear at the end of their post, so you always know who wrote them =)

Without further ado, I would like you to welcome Stéphanie a fellow Canadian and Christine from Germany! I’m really happy I found them both and I hope you will welcome them warmly!

About Stéphanie:

StéphanieI'm a 24 year old French Canadian from a community outside of Sudbury, Ontario, where I work as an Optometrist.

Like Tynga, I'm a huge fan of the Montréal Canadiens. Besides reading , I also enjoy buying (and owning) handbags, knitting, travelling, cooking, spinning and running (my ultimate goal is to run a full marathon!) I'm also a science wannabe geek since I enjoy learning and reading anything related to science.

Books have always been part of my life and you can always find me with a book. Either in my handbag or in my hands. Truthfully, my love of books comes before my love of handbags, because, when buying a handbag, I have to make sure it fits at least a few book. I read many different genres but I find myself obsessed more and more with paranormal romance and urban fantasy.

Be sure to follow me on twitter and friend me on Goodreads!

About Christine:

ChristineBorn in a quiet and remote little village in Bavaria, I moved to Munich (the largest city in the state) about a year ago to study psychology.

I have three very stubborn cats who can´t get enough attention, a dog I´m constantly trying to teach tricks and two lazy little rabbits.

When I´m not reading, I enjoy going to concerts and festivals. I also like swimming and travelling. During each summer vacation, I spend two weeks on horseback in Andalusia, riding on the beaches with my sister.

My favorites genres are urban fantasy and paranormal romance, but I also enjoy a dystopian young adult book from time to time.  Some of my favorites authors are Ilona Andrews, Devon Monk, Sandy Williams, Stacia Kane, Rachel Vincent, Carolyn Crane, Jocelynn Drake and Rachel Caine.

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Tynga is a 28 years old mom from Montreal, working as a lab technician in an hospital specialized in heart disease. In her free time, she enjoys reading all things Paranormal and blogging about them. You might also catch her watching an hockey game. Make sure to say hi on twitter!

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  1. Hi Stéphanie & Christine! Welcome to the crazy world that is book blogging! And congrats Tynga on your new recruits! I'd love to be able to post more weekly reviews but I'm too much of a control freak. LOL

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    1. LOL I hear you Carmel. I gave it a lot of thoughts both time I added members, it's not a decision to take lightly

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    2. Hi Carmel! I'm glad to be joining this crazy world. I'm also glad Tynga has given me the chance to join her team.

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  2. Welcome both of you! I love the bookcase behind Christine :)

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  3. Thanks everybody for the warm welcome! I´m so excited to be joining the wonderful ladies here at Tynga´s Reviews!
    Na, thank you so much! I love my bookcases and especially their content. =)

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  4. Welcome ladies! :) Nice to meet you!

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  5. Welcome girls !!!! I look forward to read your posts :) !!

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  6. Welcome to the blogging world ladies, I am looking forward to reading your reviews and other posts. Christine, are you going to the Love Letter Convention in Berlin first weeekend of June?

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    1. @Aurian: Honestly, I don´t know yet! I´ll have to see how busy I am with my classes at that time. Why are you going? Are you also a fellow German blogger?

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  7. Nope, I am Dutch. I always love the AAD topics and NOLA and whatever. But I will probably never be able to go to America for that. And now there is the chance to meet some great authors in person, relatively close by. So some friends and I are making a long weekend out of it.

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