We’ve been nominated for best discussion posts!
Krysta and I both posted our nominations for the Third Annual Book Blogger Awards, which were started by Write Through the Night and are now hosted by May at Forever and Everly.
May has now tallied up the nominations and created a Google doc where you can vote for your favorite bloggers to become this year’s winners.
Krysta and I are so excited to have been nominated for “Best Discussion Posts!”
Thank you to everyone who nominated us! And if you like our discussion posts, you can consider voting for us here.
Here are some of the rules from May’s site:
You are required to be signed into your Google account for security purposes, but that information will not be shared by me. You are not allowed to vote more than twice, and you are allowed to vote for yourself. You do not have to vote in every category, but it’s encouraged to vote in as many as you can. Bloggers are in randomized order. This form will close on Wednesday, July 31, at 11:59 PM CDT, and results will be posted most likely during the week of August 4-10!
Some of the discussion posts we published in July:
- Yes, I Would Pay Higher Taxes for the Library (Discussion)
- Why It’s Important to Read a Text COMPLETELY, Not the Headline, Before You Comment
- The Unacknowledged Nuances in the Argument for Choice in School Reading (Discussion)
- I Fell in Love with Reading Because of Old, “Boring” Books (Discussion)
- How Transparent Is Your Library?
- How the Unstoppable Wasp Became One of My Favorite Superheroes
- Modern Fairy Tale Retellings Still Focus on Physical Appearance
- The Mysterious Benedict Society Still Captivates 12 Years Later
- Top Ten Nancy Drew PC Games
- Why Keeper of the Lost Cities Is Perfect for Fans of Harry Potter
There are more discussions to come!