About RPBB/Contact Information


Hi! My name is Leisha and I am the founder, owner, and sole proprietor of RoloPoloBookBlog. Before launching my blog, I spent two years writing reviews for Julie at A Tale of Many Reviews and the sister site, A Tale of Many Book Reviews.  I am a one-woman show here at RoloPoloBookBlog and enjoy sharing my thoughts about the books I read, good and bad alike.

On the personal side, I am a mom, a wife, and a full-time adjunct Art History professor who enjoys spending every free moment possible reading. I read a bit from every age level and most genres but have a particular fondness for paranormal (vampires, witches, and werewolves); on-going series (b/c some characters are just too good to let go of); historical fiction involving British royalty and art/artists; erotica; mystery/suspense and; urban fantasy.

If I really enjoy a book I will devour it as I don’t believe in savoring 🙂 I think life is far, far too short to read crappy books so if I can’t get into a book I add it to my DNF/Not For Me pile. I write honest reviews meant to make others aware of good reading and writing. I have not ever nor will I ever trash an author or a book in a review.  As Thumper taught me, if I don’t have anything nice to say, I won’t say anything at all.  I welcome you to my blog and hope you will find a little bit of awesomeness while you are here!

Cheers, Leisha O.

P.S. If you are wondering about the name RoloPolo, it is a combination of my, my husband and, my daughter’s initials 🙂


Gmail: rolopolobookblog@gmail.com

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