There is always something going on in the book world. Book Expo America is barely in the rear view mirror and already attention is turning to Book Blogger Appreciation Week, a week long celebration of book bloggers that was founded by Amy from My Friend Amy. Each year the awards have grown. The registry for last year included 1350 book blogs. Wow! I am excited to see what the participation levels will be this year.
The event will be taking place from Monday, September 13th through Friday, September 17th, and the registration process is a bit different this year, so make sure to stop by the website to get all the most up to date and pertinent information. There will also be a special That’s How I Blog tomorrow night at 10PM EST, that will go into detail about the origins and history and event as well as walk everyone through the changes.
Meghan from Medieval Bookworm will be chatting with me tomorrow afternoon on That’s How I Blog at 4PM EST.
If you missed my conversation with Kathrin from Secret Dreamworld of a Bookaholic you can still listen to it in the archives along with the pre and post – BEA show that I did with Amy, Lenore, Jen, and Allie. Next week I’ll chat with Michelle from My Books. My Life.
I love pesto. And when I say love, I mean LOVE! It’s so hard to find it in Italian restaurants because I guess it’s not fancy enough, but pasta with pesto sauce is one of life’s great treasures.
Mrs. Q. Book Addict reviewed Sweetness in the Belly, by Camilla Gibb. I read that book while vacationing in Italy a couple of years ago and I loved it. Glad to find that someone else appreciates it as well.
Rebecca at I’m Lost In Books does a feature that I love where she asks a different book blogger 20 Questions, and I was thrilled when she answered her own a few days ago.
There are no little people. The title says it all.
Natasha from Maw Books is going to once again be leading the charge with Bloggiesta. If you have some blog housekeeping tasks that you have been putting off, like me, then this weekend is for you.
A week ago Becky imagined bloggers with no guilt. I’m working on that.