About Me

Why, hello there. Thanks for stopping by. My name is Erin, and if you’re looking to learn a little about me, then you’ve come to the right place. After moving from Texas to NYC, I now work as a writer for a children’s publishing house, and spend more time than ever reading and writing. Other obsessions include traveling, making my friends take Buzzfeed quizzes, not finishing shows on Netflix, and sleeping.Β Here, I’ve dedicated a blog to all the reading-based things in my life. From reviews, lists, rants, and musings, I’ll post it all. I love to connect with people, so please do subscribe and comment.

Also, I feel kind of lame just ending the About Me page like that, so I’m gonna post a picture of my dog saying hello. She luuuuuuurves you.



16 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hello Erin πŸ™‚
    apparently you have soooo much inspiring blog to read all over and over again! Hehehe πŸ˜€

    I follow yours now and maybe if you pleased, I would appreciate a nice follow back!
    Have a good day!


  2. Hi, Erin! I couldn’t find an email address for you, so I figured the best way to contact you was through your About Me page. I’ve moved my website from WordPress to Bluehost. I love the extra freedom the change has given me, but unfortunately I will be losing my followers (the follower list is affiliated with my now-defunct WordPress account, instead of the website’s name). If you’d like to continue receiving updates regarding new posts at Alison’s Wonderland Recipes, please re-follow by visiting wonderlandrecipes.com and clicking the dark gray “+ Follow” icon on the bottom right hand side of the screen. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest! Thanks! πŸ™‚


      • Moving my controls to Bluehost was super easy, but they don’t give very good instructions for downloading WordPress for Bluehost if you’re transferring a domain (rather than creating a new one). However, you can pay them to download everything and make the new program functional for you. Also, in order to get most of the material in their custom themes, you have to pay the theme creators to set it all up for you. Basically, the cheap way gives headaches, the expensive way is a breeze. I plan on growing my blog into a business, so the long-term benefits of freedom were worth it. πŸ™‚


        • Yeah, the cheap way sounds like something that would cause so much pain. I didn’t know that your blog was a business in the making! Are you opening up a party planning company or some sort of catering business?


          • At least for now, I’d like to stick with just doing the website. I plan to monetize it by featuring ads soon (that was a biggest reason why I changed hosts–Wordpress only offers one ad network, which turned me down because they said I didn’t get enough views to be worth their time). After that, I’ll probably join the Amazon Associates program. I might even get sponsorship offers eventually!


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