Classic Annie is an independent book blog that focuses on self-improvement. The blog is designed to inspire, challenge, and educate. It also features an author panel of bloggers who inspire, challenge, and educate.
One of the more interesting things about classic annie is the way we’re approaching the blog. The writing is often about improving ourselves rather than selling books, so we’ve created a blog-specific “author panel,” which has bloggers from all over the place. It’s a bit like the panel from the “Top 5 Ways to Workout” video, except these bloggers are working out the same thing.
The idea behind a blog is to find ways to improve yourself and give your readers a better idea of how you feel about yourself. Which means that we are taking a lot of the blame for this. But we are also being very open and honest and are letting you know how we feel about you. We really want you to feel loved.
We are working hard to make this a positive experience and we hope that you can use the opportunity to express yourself. The blog is a way to share our thoughts with you. So please leave comments and tell us what you like and what you do to improve yourself.
We are also trying hard to take care of our readers. We appreciate your feedback and we know we do. We make a big effort to share the things we like from our heart and we are trying to do the same with you. We hope you like it too.
Annie is an author, comedian, actress, and vlogger. She wrote the book “The New Book of Annie: From A to Z.” She is also the author of several other books and has appeared on television and radio.
You can find her at [ and you can follow her on Twitter @anniebyanie.
Annie is the founder and editor of classic annie blog. She’s been writing about all things geek since 2009 and is currently the #1 most followed blogger on the web.
Ann is a writer and a comedian.
Ann is also a moderator for GeekLove, which is a community for the geekiest of the geeky. She has a huge archive of geeky content and is always on the hunt for great geeky content. She has also been a moderator for GeekHacks for a few years now, and she is currently the second most active member of the group.