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Book Blogger Appreciation Week

BBP_OC_2011Bloggers and Publishers have the same goals, to bring in readers. This Conference is to discuss what is working online to promote books and what we can do better. How can we work together and with authors to bring readers online? What are Publishers goals in working with Bloggers? What are Bloggers and Reviewers looking for? Join us for panels, discussions and giveaways. This is the 2nd annual Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Conference that is hosted by Terry Kate of Romance in the Backseat as well as several other book bloggers.

 

How the Conference Works: This is a five day online event that will feature TalkShoe Discussion Panels and open Forums for more inclusive debate on subjects raised. Attendees can listen to panels live or using the links provided at a later more convenient time. The Forums will remain open and those speaking on the panels will be in the forums afterward to answer questions. The Forums will be held in a private Ning for the Conference.

 

Registration Information: The Conference is open to Publishers, Bloggers, and Industry Professionals. There is a $45 registration fee per person. The Conference will be held on a private Ning that will be opened on April 5th allowing Attendees to profile their companies and leave questions for the live panel discussions ahead of time. You can find more updated information on the conference and panels by going to the Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Conference blog.

 

For Publishers: The Online Conference runs from April 13-17 and features forums, live chats, and audio panels. We would love to have you take part. There are a few ways your publishing house can participate.

  • Registered Houses can feature themselves in the forum and set aside a time to chat with Bloggers interested in working with them.
  • We are looking for contributions of books to giveaway to attending Bloggers. All titles received from the Conference will be featured in a post with the possibility of a review on each Blogger’s respective site.
  • The panels will be announced January 1, 2011. We will be filling in panelists shortly thereafter.

 

For Bloggers: The Online Conference runs from April 13-17 and features forums, live chats, and audio panels. We would love to have you take part.

  • Listen live or to pre-recorded panels.
  • Take part in online discussions regarding the panels as the occur.
  • If you are unable to attend at the scheduled time, the recorded panels will be available for listening for one month, so listen at your convenience.
  • Learn what publishers are looking for.
  • Learn new tricks and the latest blogging and vlogging tips.
  • Meet other Bloggers who share your same dedication, excitement and frustrations.
  • Every Blogger attending will receive free books from the attending publishers.

 

I hope everyone can attend this year but don’t worry if you can’t be there because we all hope to see you at next years Book Bloggers and Publisher Online Conference.

Well last year I participated in the Book Blogger Appreciation Week that I found through My Friend Amy’s blog and now it’s become a yearly celebration that is once again happening in September. Amy started this little meme over at the BBAW blog to help everyone learn more about each other and BBAW. Now I’m answering it so that others can find out more about me and my participation with the BBAW.

What was the highlight (something that happened, a post, an activity, etc.) of BBAW for you last year?

OMG, this is so impossibly hard! I loved just about every moment of BBAW last year, and was truly overwelmed with the way it turned out to be such a big event. I met so many different blogs that had some very intriguing blog posts and book reviews that were a joy learning more about. That is my highlight of BBAW last year and I can’t wait for it to begin this year again.

What is one new blog you discovered during BBAW last year?

I discovered so many new blogs that I seriously had no idea how huge the book blogging world was, and it’s double the size now with the BBAW that was organized and continued this year. One new blog I discovered was, The Book Girl, which has wonderful contests and book reviews that I love to read once in a while.

What tips would you share to help others get the most out of their BBAW experience?

If you host a giveaway, participate in the daily blogging topics, leave comments, and actively search out new blogs, I think you will enjoy the experience so much! This year I really recommend subscribing to the BBAW feeds to keep up and also following BBAW on Twitter which is what I will be doing since Amy recommended it. They have a huge amount of giveaways already lined up and they’ll be announcing award winners everyday. This is so exciting!

Well last year I participated in the Book Blogger Appreciation Week that I found through My Friend Amy’s blog and now it’s become a yearly celebration that is once again happening in September. Amy started this little meme over at the BBAW blog to help everyone learn more about each other and BBAW. Now I’m answering it so that others can find out more about me and my participation with the BBAW.

What was the highlight (something that happened, a post, an activity, etc.) of BBAW for you last year?

OMG, this is so impossibly hard! I loved just about every moment of BBAW last year, and was truly overwelmed with the way it turned out to be such a big event. I met so many different blogs that had some very intriguing blog posts and book reviews that were a joy learning more about. That is my highlight of BBAW last year and I can’t wait for it to begin this year again.

What is one new blog you discovered during BBAW last year?

I discovered so many new blogs that I seriously had no idea how huge the book blogging world was, and it’s double the size now with the BBAW that was organized and continued this year. One new blog I discovered was, The Book Girl, which has wonderful contests and book reviews that I love to read once in a while.

What tips would you share to help others get the most out of their BBAW experience?

If you host a giveaway, participate in the daily blogging topics, leave comments, and actively search out new blogs, I think you will enjoy the experience so much! This year I really recommend subscribing to the BBAW feeds to keep up and also following BBAW on Twitter which is what I will be doing since Amy recommended it. They have a huge amount of giveaways already lined up and they’ll be announcing award winners everyday. This is so exciting!

I got this post from My Friend Amy because this is the start of Book Blogger Appreciation Week 2008 and she introduces the week so much better than I could since she started this amazing week for bloggers.
We’ve nominated. We’ve voted. We’ve organized our giveaways and twittered and posted and now we are here! It’s time to feel appreciated!
The gloom and doom news tries to tell us that reading is dead, we say look at our addiction. We transform reading books from solitary activities to shared conversations through our blogs. We carve out extra time to share book club tips, interview authors, and learn about the technical aspects of blogging. Our blogs are like a part-time job and the only payment is the pleasure we get when someone takes us up on a recommendation.
This week, you will hear from the other side…the people our blogs help promote. And you’ll get the chance to enjoy the reality that what we are doing is making a difference. You will have the chance to win books and prizes, the opportunity to speak out and the chance to make a difference in the lives of others. And we’ll celebrate the blogs chosen by the book blogging community as the best in their categories. It’s going to be so great!

I got this post from My Friend Amy because this is the start of Book Blogger Appreciation Week 2008 and she introduces the week so much better than I could since she started this amazing week for bloggers.

We’ve nominated. We’ve voted. We’ve organized our giveaways and twittered and posted and now we are here! It’s time to feel appreciated!

The gloom and doom news tries to tell us that reading is dead, we say look at our addiction. We transform reading books from solitary activities to shared conversations through our blogs. We carve out extra time to share book club tips, interview authors, and learn about the technical aspects of blogging. Our blogs are like a part-time job and the only payment is the pleasure we get when someone takes us up on a recommendation.

This week, you will hear from the other side…the people our blogs help promote. And you’ll get the chance to enjoy the reality that what we are doing is making a difference. You will have the chance to win books and prizes, the opportunity to speak out and the chance to make a difference in the lives of others. And we’ll celebrate the blogs chosen by the book blogging community as the best in their categories. It’s going to be so great!

Here is the very, very long and official list of participant list for the Book Blogger Appreciation Week. 1 More Chapter, 2 Kids and Tired Book Reviews, 248 Book Club, The 3 R’s: Reading, ‘Riting, and Randomness, 49 Writers No Books, 4 the Love of Books, A Book Lover, A Bookworm’s World, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, A Hoyden’s Look at Literature, A Lovely Shore Breeze, A Mom’s Book Blog, A Peek At My Bookshelf, A Platypus with a book walks into a bar…, A Reader’s Journal, A Well Watered Garden, A World in the Pages, A Writer’s Dream, Adventures in Reading, Age 30 – A Year of Books, Alabama Book Worm, All I Have To Say, All the Saints, Allison’s Attic of Books, Alpha Heroes, Amateur de Livre, The Amazing Adulthood of Alexis, Amber Miller – Author, Writer, & Web Site Designer, Amber Stults – Book Reviewer and Author, Amy’s Corner of the World, Antique Books, Apooo Bookclub, Apprentice Writer, Arch Thinking, As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, At Home With Books, Aunt Rowena sez:, Babbling Books Review, Badger Books, Bart’s Bookshelf, Becky’s Book Reviews, Bermudaonion’s Weblog, Better World Blog, Between Sundays, BiblioHistoria, Bibliolatry, Bibliophile Support Group, Blacklin’s Reading Room Reviews & More, Blog Book Tours, Blog Business World, Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books, Bloody Hell, It’s a Book Barrage!, Blue Archipelago, The Bluestocking Guide: Reviews by a Partial, Prejudiced, and Ignorant Reader, Bobbi’s Book Nook, Boats Against the Current, Book-a-holic, Book Binge, The Book Blog, Book by Book, Book Chatter and Other Stuff, Book Chic, Book Club Girl, Book Crazy, Book Critiques, Book Dads, Book Dweeb, Book Escape, The Book Girl, Book Hangover, Book Junkie Melissa, Book Kingdom, The Book Lady’s Blog, The Book Mine Set, Book Minx, The Book Muncher, Book Nook Club, Books and Movies, Books for Kids, Books on the Nightstand, The Book Reader, Book Review Maniac, Book Reviews, Book Reviews Today, The Book Smugglers, Book Tsunami, Book Zombie, Booked Books, Booking Mama, Bookish Ruth, Booklorn, Bookroomreview’s Weblog, Books ‘N Border Collies, Books and Authors, Books I Done Read, Books, Movies, and Chinese Food, Bookshelf, Bookshipper, Booksweet, The Bookworm, Breaking the Spine, Breeni Books, BTripp’s Books, But If You Look At Me Closely…, Café of Dreams, Candid Canine, Caribousmom, Canadian Book Worm, Cheryl’s Book Nook, Cheryl Rainfield, Chick Lit Teens, Christian Bookworm Reviews, Christian Children’s Book Review, Christian Novels, A Christian Writer’s World, Cindy’s Love of Books, Civil War History, Clear Shining After Rain, Confessions of a Bibliophile, Confuzzled Books, Critty Joy, Croak, Cubie’s Confections, Cupid’s Chokehold, Cynsations, Damn Heart…, The Dark Phantom Reviews, Deborah Vogts, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Dog Ear Diary, Dolce Bellezza, Elizabeth Willse, Everyday I Write the Book Blog, Experiments in Reading, Fashionista Piranha, Fizzy Thoughts, Fnord Incorporated, The Forgetful Faerie Queen, The Fox Reads, Free Spirit, Frequency of Silence, Fresh Ink, The Friendly Book Nook, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, Grasping the Wind, God-Writing, Good Reads, The GRITS Online Reading Club, Heather’s Books, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?, The Hidden Side of a Leaf, Hope’s Bookshelf, I Read What??, I Smell Books, Iced Tea – Books, TV, Etc., In Laurie’s Mind, In Spring it is the Dawn, The Indextrious Reader, Into the Fire, It’s All About Books…, Jace Scribbles…, Jama Rattigan’s Alphabet Soup, Janicu’s Book Blog, Japanese Literature Challenge, Jen’s Book Thoughts, Jenn’s Bookshelf, Jennifer’s Random Musings, Journey to the End of the TBR Pile, Joy’s Blog, Julie’s Jewels, Just A (Reading) Fool, Just Your Average Carpool Queen, Katrina’s Reads, Kawzmik World, Kimani Press, Kittling: Books, Kristina’s Favorites, Leafing Through Life, LadyVampire’s Lair, The Lair of the Undead Rat, Lesa’s Book Critiques, Lesley’s Book Nook, LesleyW’s Book Nook, Letters On Pages, Library Hospital, Life According to B, Life and Times of a “New” New Yorker, Lighthouse-Academy, Linus’s Blanket, Literanista, Literarily, Literary Escapism, Literary License, The Literate Housewife Review, Liv’s Book Reviews, Lori’s Reading Corner, Lost In Books, Loud Latin Laughing, Love To Read, Lucky Ladybug, Lurve a la Mode, The Luscious Literary Muse, Madeleine’s Book Blog, The Magic Lasso, Mama Bear Reads, Marilyn’s Romance Reviews, Marireads, Marjolein’s Book Blog, MarysLibrary, Maw Books Blog, Mayra’s Secret Bookcase, Me, My Book, and the Couch, Medieval Bookworm, Melanie Anderson, Melody’s Reading Corner, Mervi’s Book Reviews, Michele – only one ‘L’, Midnight Twilight’s Book Blog, Minds Alive on the Shelves, Mirek’s Blog–Reading Books, Miss Daisy Anne, Mistress of the Ancient Revelry, Mog’s Blog and More…, Mrs. Magoo Reads, Muse Books Reviews, Musings, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, My Christian Fiction Blog, My Fifty Book Challenge, My Friend Amy, My Life in Books, Mysteries in Paradise, Necromancy Never Pays, Never A Dull Moment, Nose in a Book, The Novel World, http://thenurseryatliteratehousewife.wordpress.com/, OCD, Vampires, and Amusing Rants, Oh My!, The Octogon, Off to Turn Another Page, On My Bookshelf…, One For The Books, Out of the Blue, The Page Flipper, Pages Turned, Paper Bridges, Patricia’s Vampire Notes, Peeking Between the Pages, Pop Culture Junkie, Popin’s Lair, Presenting Lenore, The Printed Page, Quiverfull Family, Ramblings on Romance, Read, Read, Read, Readerbuzz, Reader’s Respite, Reading and Ruminations, Reading Keeps You Sane, Reading Romance Books, Reading, Writing, and Retirement, Reading Room, The Reading Spot, Reading with Monie, ReadingAdventures, Reading Circle Books, Readingjunky’s Reading Roost, Real Life is Overrated, Rebecca Reads, Red Lady’s Reading Room, Relz Reviewz, Reviews by Jesse Wave, Reviewer X, Rhapsodyinbooks’s Weblog, Rhonda McKnight on Urban Christian Ficton, Rip My Bodice, Romance Author Buzz, Romance Book Wyrm, Romance Rookie, Romancing the Desert, Ron’s Baseball Bookshelf, Rose City Reader, S. Krishna’s Books, Sassymonkey Reads, Savvy Verse & Wit, Seaside Book Worm Blogger, See Ya On The Net, She is Too Fond of Books, She Reads and Reads, She Reads Books, She Treads Softly, Shelf Life, Shhh I’m Reading, Shooting Stars Mag, Should Be Reading, Simply Books, Simply Romance Reviews, The Sleepy Reader, SmallWorld Reads, Smiling Sally, SMS Book Reviews, So Many Books…So Little Time, So Many Precious Books, So Little Time, Socrates’ Book Reviews, Sophisticated Dorkiness, SORMAG’s Blog, Southern Sunshine, Stacy’s Place On Earth, Stamped With Grace, Stephanie’s Written Word, The Story Siren, Straight from Hel, Strategist’s Personal Library, Stuff as Dreams are Made on, Survival of the Book, Talk About My Favorite Authors, Tara’s View on Books, Teen Book Reviews, Teen Troves, Tempatt, Terra’s Book Blog, That Book Addiction, Things Mean A Lot, This Book For Free, Thoughts from an Evil Overlord, Thoughts of Joy, The Thrillionth Page, Through the Looking Glass Book Review, Tiny Little Reading Room, TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog, The Tome Traveller’s Weblog, Too Many Books, Tower of Books, Traci’s Book Bag, Tree Swing Reading, Trish Perry – Reading, Writing, and the Stuff In-Between, Trish’s Reading Nook, Under the Cover, Vixen’s Daily Reads, Well-Mannered Frivolity, Walking on Sunshine, Welcome to Married Life, Wendi’s Reading Corner, Wendy’s Minding Spot, What Came Down Today, What Cheesy Reads, What Vanessa Reads, Window To My World, With Intent To Commit Horror, WORD up!, Worducopia, World According to Books, Writer’s Block Reviews, Writing By Faith, Writing On The Edge, Yankee Romance Reviews, Young Readers, Zensanity.
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Phoebe Jordan
Phoebe Jordan

Phoebe Jordan

I'm a part-time aspiring romance novelist, book reviewer and blogger. I've always wanted to travel the world and learn everything I can about other countries. Learning the Italian language is one way of trying to make that dream come true. Traveling will help me with my writing because I'll be learning about the history of the U.S., Latin America, England, Italy, and Ireland, the countries I find so fascinating while reading the romance genre. I read and review romance novels of almost every subgenre along with erotic romance, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy and young adult novels. You can find the reviews at my blogs, Talk About My Favorite Authors and Phoebe Jordan's Reviews. I’ve also started a live podcast show called TAMFA | Phoebe Jordan hosted on Blog Talk Radio. This show is dedicated to everything I love about romance and young adult novels. I love having romance and young adult authors live on my show to be interviewed and showcase their books. I plan to write contemporary romance, romantic suspense, erotic romance, paranormal romance and young adult when I get my writing career started with help from Keta. I'm not sure what genre I'll write to begin with since I love to read so many different romance genres.

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