We are thrilled to announce that four reviewers have joined The Chick Lit Bee as contributors! We will begin posting their reviews soon, so be sure to check back often. We are so excited that they are on The Chick Lit Bee team, and we look forward to their contributions. Please join us in welcoming Darlynn, Sheryl, Kristen, and Chanpreet to The Chick Lit Bee!
Darlynn Nangano is a computer nerd disguised as a fashionista who owns Little Blog Dress, a social media marketing company that helps businesses look their very best. She also spends an abnormal amount of time blogging about social media and the adventures of a woman who owns her own business. She was born and raised in Ormond Beach, FL and has many a book inside her head that she hopes to one day get on paper.
Sheryl Babin is a legal writer by day and a book reviewer by night. She recently earned her master’s degree in Criminal Justice and, while crime is interesting, she prefers fiction hands down. Sheryl spent several years serving in the military and pursued a bachelor’s degree in English while in the service. After she left the military, she hung out with her kids for a year or so and then began to blog about her love of food and books. Sheryl’s writing career began in high school where she wrote on the school newspaper and continues today where she writes legal blogs during the day and tinkers with fiction at night. If not found on the couch immersed in a good book, she can be found in the kitchen probably covered in flour and chocolate.
Kristen Bailey is a teacher and mother of three, living in Northern Virginia. She has recently completed her first novel, Extra Special, and is the Education Guru for I Am Modern Magazine. She enjoys running, shopping, and reading, and her favorite authors are Jen Lancaster, Emily Giffin, and Jennifer Weiner.
Chanpreet Singh has had her nose buried in a book since she was the age of three and not much has changed about that in the two and a half decades that have passed. Whether she's studying for her board exams for medical school or tackling her gigantic to-be-read list, she can always be found with something to read. When she's not reading, she likes to cook, shop, travel, and meet new people.