Blogger Spotlight | That means you! Are you an Anglophile?


My blog is growing and growing and I have to thank YOU for that! As a result, I thought I’d create a ‘Blogger Spotlight’ list – if you’re an anglophile and would like to see your blog added to the list, leave me a comment below, stating why you want your blog to be featured, how long you have been an anglophile and how your blog is related to it.


Have a fabulous weekend! I shall post the list as soon as I have enough entries! x


About musingsofananglophile

Fran. 20. Anglophile. Daydreamer. English Literature Student.

Posted on March 11, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. We’re British bloggers writing a view from within. Not sure if it fits your criteria 🙂 But we’re a mine of information…

  2. Wanted to share some information about a new good read Anglophiles would enjoy.

    The Witness: A Novel by Naomi Kryske
    Available from or in softbound or ebook versions

    Central London and Hampstead were the principal settings for the first of a trilogy.
    New Scotland Yard, CO-19, SBS

    No one expected Jennifer Jeffries to survive the physical and emotional trauma she experienced — not the doctors, not the London serial killer who chose her for his seventh victim, not the Scotland Yard detective who desperately needed her to testify against her attacker. No one expected this young, petite Texas to overcome her fears — not her witness protection team nor the tough ex-special-forces sergeant in charge of them. And no one expected her character and courage to blossom — not the defense barristers who sought to discredit her testimony and not even Jenny herself, who had to battle pain and panic to rediscover hope and love.

    This novel portrays the rebuilding of a traumatized life from victim to survivor to victor–each step an important shift in the struggle to regain personal power. Clues for real recovery are revealed from Jenny’s journey through the 1998-99 British law enforcement and legal system and beyond. The first of a trilogy, this crime/suspense novel contains the same psychological intensity as Anna Quindlen’s Black and Blue. Ms. Quindlen’s protagonist endures, but Ms. Kryske’s triumphs. Healing and hope overcome fear and pain.

    The Witness breaks new ground by showing the enduring effects trauma can have on a life and the process victims must undergo to heal, while still being an entertaining and compelling read.

    For more details:

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