Category: BBAW

Book Blogging Community: #BBAW Day 4

Today’s prompt Day 4 How do you stay connected to the community? Examples: social media, regular commenting, participation in blog events, etc. Tell us your faves! We all know that the book blogging community is BIG, and it’s growing every day. It’s really easy to… Continue Reading “Book Blogging Community: #BBAW Day 4”

Book Bloggers Made Me Do It #BBAW

It’s the third day of Book Blogger Appreciation Week and we’ve got a new blog topic to discuss! Here’s what the fearless leaders came up with: Day 3 Have you ever read a book because of a book blogger? Be it a good book or… Continue Reading “Book Bloggers Made Me Do It #BBAW”

Return of #BBAW: 5-Book Introduction

How exciting! Book Blogger Appreciation Week is back! And it’s being hosted by The Estella Society! Will wonders never cease? Although I’ve taken a general hiatus from book blogging (except for monthly updates on reading, writing, etc.), this was an event not to be… Continue Reading “Return of #BBAW: 5-Book Introduction”

Wrapping Up & Winding Down (#BBAW Day 5)

Wow! Has it been a week, already?  Alright, one week is not a whole lot of time, in the grand scheme of things.  But this week in particular seems to have flown by!  I think I spent more time visiting blogs, commenting, and writing… Continue Reading “Wrapping Up & Winding Down (#BBAW Day 5)”

This Book, I Love. (#BBAW Day 4)

Today is Day #4 of Book Blogger Appreciation Week.  Our task (or goal) this time is to recommend, promote, shout about, or “pimp out” a book we have discovered that we feel needs and deserves more love & attention.  As our host states:  One… Continue Reading “This Book, I Love. (#BBAW Day 4)”


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