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People's Choice YA Book Blogs Award

The fabulous Steph at Hey, Teenager of the Year has organized a people's choice blog award. The nominations are up and the voting has begun! Voting is open until May 15, so head on over to Hey, Teenager of the Year and cast your vote. I think this is a great idea, but it was really hard to vote because so many blogs I love were on the list.
And guess what? I got nominated for best reviewer! Thanks to whoever nominated me-that just made my day!:)
P.S.-Five days until my nerdy bookish wedding!!! :)

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  1. Wow, it is definitely down to the wire, huh? The best of luck.
    Hmmm... you bringing any books w/ you on your honeymoon. lol.
    Way to go on your nomination.

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  2. So close yet so far, but hey you have your radio chat with me after wards. (After the wedding that is)

    I'm off to vote

    Barry

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  3. Sweet. Congrats on the nomination.

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  4. Congrats on the nomination! You deserve it. Hope you're having a terrific week and aren't sweating the small stuff. Enjoy your special day and everything about it. May it be a great start to many happy years and show us lots of photos!

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