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Upcoming Book Blogger Events

September is a busy month in the world of book bloggers. Last year, I didn't really participate in the two big events that take place during this month: Book Blogger Appreciation Week and Bloggiesta. But this year I plan to. So here's some information in case you'd like to join me!



Book Blogger Appreciation Week starts next Monday and runs from September 10 - 14. It's all about appreciation and community building within the book blogger community. There are daily blog topics, which I hope to participate in, and also an interview swap. This year, I'm interviewing Melissa at The Betty and Boo Chronicles!



Next up is Bloggiesta, which I really need! This is a weekend event (Sept 28 - 30) during which bloggers can spend time doing all those little things they need to do on their blogs but never get around to doing. Bloggiesta is hosted by There's a Book and It's All About Books. Here are some things they say you can do during this event:
  • to spend time that weekend (as much or as little as your schedule allows) working on your blog
  • to create a to do list to share on your blog and link up with other participants
  • to hopefully participant in several mini challenges and learn something new
  • to connect with other participants through blog hopping or twitter
  • to make new blogging friends!
  • to come away at the end of the three days with a spiffed up blog!

Banned Books Week also starts in September - the 30th to be exact. I'll be participating in that as well! What about you? Are you taking part in any of these big book blogger events this month?

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  1. Thanks for the heads up! Bloggiesta is loads of fun and I can't wait for this month's event! :) I haven't heard of Book Blogger Appreciation Week up until now so I'm heading to their website to check out what it is. Thanks again!

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    1. Definitely check both of these out. They're fun!

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  2. I'll be at both! Nothing like kicking off the fall with a bang :) See you soon!

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    1. Yes! It's going to be a busy but fun month!

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    1. I'm looking forward to it. I haven't participated in a long time!

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