Category: Book Blogger Appreciation Week

October Book Swap

For about two years (wow!), I’ve been participating in a private book swap with about 15 friends/participants. The host schedules about 3 swaps per year, so every few months we get a new partner, time to shop, and time to ship. I have participated… Continue Reading “October Book Swap”

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)”

What Book Blogging Means to Me (#BBAW Day 3)

So, here we are on Day 3 of Book Blogging Appreciation Week.  It’s about the half-way point of this incredibly fun and interactive event and today’s topic/question is a good (but sorta tough!) one: “What does Book Blogging mean to you?” Goodness gracious, where… Continue Reading “What Book Blogging Means to Me (#BBAW Day 3)”

#BBAW Day 2: Interview Swap! (Obsession with Books)

I am honored to have Sharon of Obsession with Books visiting for BBAW Day 2’s “Interview Swap!”   Please give her a warm welcome! 1)      Tell us a little about your blog – when you started, what your focus is, why you do it,… Continue Reading “#BBAW Day 2: Interview Swap! (Obsession with Books)”

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