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OMG-Shortlisted for Best YA Blog!

Book Blogger Apprecation Week is coming up September 14-18, thanks to the amazing My Friend Amy. (I don't know how she puts this whole thing together. She should get lots of awards for that!)

I found out today that my blog has been shortlisted for Best YA Blog! I can't believe it! I've been in shock all day! Thank you!

I'm in a catagory with other bloggers who always make my must read list (The Story Siren, Pop Culture Junkie, Mrs. Magoo Reads, and My Favorite Author) Check out their blogs as well, as they are all wonderfully awesome bloggers and such great supporters of YA.

Be sure to check out all the nominated blogs in the various catagories and get your votes in soon. Voting ends Saturday September 12 at 11:59 PM (EST).

And be sure to join in the fun during BBAW-it'll be a week long party and I can't wait to be part of it!

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  1. I voted for you!!!! Good luck and congratulations!!!

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  2. Congrats, you deserve it! What a great category and such worthy nominees! Best of luck!! :)

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  3. Congrats on making the shortlist!

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  4. Congrats and good luck!

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  5. Congrats! So well deserved. I know I am voting for your blog for sure.

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  6. Congratulations and good luck! I'm off to vote now :D

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  7. Congratulations the nomination is well deserved. You're up against some great blogs! Good luck :)

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  8. Huge Congrats, it's nice to see a few blogs on the list that I have heard off.

    I'm not quite so sure how many of the judges got their stuff on the short list.....

    Barry

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  9. Love the site!! Congrats and good luck ... you got my vote!! ~ Tonda :0)

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  10. Congratulations on your nomination!

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  11. Congrats on being shortlisted and good luck!!

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  12. Congratulations you deserve it.

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  13. I've only just discovered this blog but congratulations! It's truly awesome!

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