I’ve actually been asked this a few times, so I’m going to make it an official “Maryse’s FAQ” post. 🙂
Frances: Hi! How can I participate in Reader Question?
Ornella: Hi I would like to leave a reader question too about a book I’m been looking for for a while, where should I submit it? Here in the comment section?
Ash: Hey, I’ve been following your blog since years and it has really helped my book monster self a lot. I have been racking my brain for days cause i cant remember the name of a book. I remember the plot details and stuff but the names are just running away. could you please help me find it? Tell me how to send you the details?
Okay so you can contact me in a few different ways:
BEST WAY: You can email me with your question: https://www.maryse.net/contact-me 🙂 It’s the “Email” option in my menu bar at the top of my blog, but if you can’t see it, just click on that link and it will take you to my email form.
OR: You can leave a comment with your question pretty much anywhere on my blog (most often, people have left reader questions on my latest blog posts). NOTE: Considering how many comments I receive throughout my blog (on old and new posts alike) I *might* miss it if it gets lost in a comment conversation, but I usually see them all. 😀
OR: You can direct message me on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MarysesBookBlog. I check my message on Facebook daily (so this is as good as directly emailing me). You can even leave a comment or post on my Facebook page (or on a post), though again, there might be a risk of me not seeing it (or seeing promptly) if it gets lost in a conversation/comment thread.
Once I receive your question, I will post it on the upcoming “Reader Question Thursday” and I will message/email you directly with the link once it’s live so you can monitor the guesses that come in. PLEASE don’t forget to let us know if you see the right one, so we can mark it as solved. We LOVE knowing what book it was!! 😀
Can’t wait to hear about the one you’re looking for!
Have a reader question for us to solve? Send it to me here.