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Blogger Book Fair Reader's Choice Awards

Winter 2013
Blogger Book Fair
Reader's Choice Awards


Welcome to the Shut Up & Read blog!

We are proud to once again be hosting the Reader's Choice Awards. 

Here's how it will work:

1. Each book will be listed by categories according to the information given by the author.

2. Anyone and everyone can stop by the Shut Up & Read blog between February 7 and February 9 and vote via blog poll for their favorite book. You can vote for one book from each category.

3. Votes will be tallied and winner for each category announced on the last day of the book fair, February 10.

4. Category winners will receive a book fair winner web badge to proudly display on their blog.

Here are the book categories:

Nonfiction
Poetry
Short Story
 Short Story Collections and Anthologies
 Action/Adventure
Chick-Lit/Woman's Fiction
Contemporary
Crime/Police Procedural
Dark/Paranormal/Supernatural/Urban Fantasy
Drama
Dystopian
Erotica-M/M-LGBT
Fantasy
Historical Fiction
Horror
Humorous/Satire
Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Mystery
New Adult
Occult
Paranormal Romance
Paranormal Thriller
Religious/Spiritual
Romance
Science Fiction
Suspense/Thriller
Young Adult
 


 
 
The Blogger Book Fair is hosted by author kayla Curray.  Find out more at http://www.bloggerbookfair.blogspot.com/
 
See the list of last year's Reader's Choice Awareds picks here:  http://www.bloggerbookfair.blogspot.com/p/readers-choice-awards.html




























 

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