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BBAW: Day One: Appreciation

Monday: Appreciation! There are no awards this year, but it can still be hard to navigate the huge universe of book blogging. Share with your readers some of the blogs you enjoy reading daily and why.


Hi readers!
First day of BBAW and I am stoked! I have to say, I appreciate you guys the most. You readers are why I keep doing it when I feel like it's too much, and your encouragement and comments lift me up. I appreciate my fellow bloggers, but without you readers, really, why bother?!
So now I will pay homage to the "faves" of my blogging world. Some are old and some are new... enjoy!


All Things Urban Fantasy
Book Hounds & Book Hounds YA
Carol's Notebook
Darlene's Book Nook
Ellz Reads
Books R Us
Guiltless Reading
I'm A Reader, Not A Writer
Jen Ryland/YA Romantics
Knitting and Sundries
Lady D Books
Library of Clean Reads
Love Literature, Art and Reason
Luxury Reading
Ms. Martin Teaches Media
My Overstuffed Bookshelf
My Reader's Block
My Reading Room
Once Upon A Twilight
One Person's Journey Through Books
Page Turners Blog
Parajunkee's View
Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
Reading Between Pages
Reading Lark & Reading Lark After Dark
Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers
Should Be Reading
Tales of Whimsy
Tammy's Book Parlor
Tea Time With Marce
The Book Monsters
The Story Siren (Controversial to add... I think not.)
The Teen Book Guru
VVB32 Reads

Okay, if you're not listed it just means I didn't have room or maybe I consider you something other than a "book" blog. Doesn't mean I don't love you, if I ever hit your site more than once a week, I do love you, so please take no offense.

Comments

  1. Awww....thank you for including me in your list! Great list of blogs!

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  2. Thank you so much for including me!

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  3. Thank you, Freda! I appreciate your blog too.

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  4. Thank you so much, Freda. I have always appreciated your support and enthusiasm for Reading Lark & Reading Lark After Dark. Somehow I wasn't a follower here. I have no idea how that happened - it has been fixed. :)

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