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Thank You BBAW and AMY

I wanted to chime in with my thanks to My Friend Amy for organizing and getting all of the book bloggers involved in Book Blogger Appreciation Week. I had a fun time participating, writing articles, meeting new book bloggers, entering contests, participating in discussions, and getting some great book recommendations from other bloggers.

I wholeheartedly thank AMY for her hard work, and I want to also award her with the following:
Thanks again Amy!

Here’s the list of winners from Book Blogger Appreciation Week!

Best Meme/Carnival/Event – My Friend Amy (Book Blogger Appreciation Week)
Best Commenter/Commentator – Musings of a Bookish Kitty and Rip My Bodice
Best Design – Bookgasm
Best Book Club Blog – Reading Group Guides
Most Humorous Blog – Rip My Bodice
Best Publishing/Industry Blog – Galley Cat
Best Name for a Blog – Bookgasm
Best Challenge Host – The Hidden Side of a Leaf
Best Community Builder – My Friend Amy
Best Author Blog – Neil Gaiman
Best Book Published in 2008 – The Host by Stephenie Meyer
Best Book Community Site – Good Reads
Most Chatty – Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?
Most Concise – Bookgasm
Most Extravagant Giveaways – Maw Books
Best General Book Blog – Bookgasm
Best Romance Blog – Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
Best Kidlit Blog – Well Read Child and Jen Robinson’s Book Page
Best Fantasy/Sci-fi/Horror/Spec-fic Blog – Fantasy Book Critic
Best History/Historical Blog – Medieval Bookworm
Best Literary Fiction Blog – Caribousmom
Best Cookbook Blog – Books and Cooks
Best YA Lit Blog – Bookshelves of Doom
Best Thrillers/Mystery/Suspense Blog – Bookgasm
Best Non-fiction Blog – A Striped Armchair
Most Eclectic Taste – Bookgasm
Best Christian/Inspirational Blog – Free Spirit Blogs
Most Altruistic Blog – Maw Books

As for the Sept. 19 contests that ran this week for BBAW, I will announce the winners later today and seek out mailing addresses from you. Otherwise, please still enter the final Savvy Verse & Wit-Diary of an Eccentric contest here and here. You can win a subscription to Writer’s Digest or a book, Writing the Wave. Deadline is Sept. 21 at Midnight EST