The time has come for the 2019 Book Blogger Awards! And I don’t know if I want to cheer or to hide. This community we’re all a part of has grown over the years. And I can’t help but be proud of it and us. So when I heard that the awards were running again, I knew I had to participate.
Are you like me and not sure what to do or how to do it? Take a look at the rules and categories. You can find my nominations below!
Best of Their Age Best
Pre-teen/Teen book blogger (13-19) | Vicky @ Vicky Who Reads
Best adult book blogger (20+) | Bibi @ Bibi’s Book Blog
Best Genre Bloggers
Young adult | Mandy and Sha @ Book Princess Reviews
Romance | Kayla @ Books and Blends
Kayla never disappoints with her romance picks. She intrigues any reader who’s a seasoned reader or who wants to dabble in a genre they don’t have much experience in.
Science Fiction/Fantasy | Aentee @ Read at Midnight
Literary fiction/classics/poetry | Elaine @ Elaine Howlin
Mystery/Thriller | Norrie @ Reading Under the Blankie
Best of Book Blogging
Best book reviews | Sara @ Bibliophagist
Best book recommendations | Kristin @ Kristin Kraves Books
Best discussion posts | Ally @ Ally Writes Things
Best blog aesthetic | Flavia @ Flavia the Bibliophile
Best blogging/writing voice | Kathy @ Books and Munches
Most engaged in the community | Evelina @ Avalinah’s Books
Best social media influencer | Jenn @ Jenniely
Best personality | Loretta @ Laughing Listener
Loretta is my favourite little Hufflepuff! She puts a smile on everyone’s face. Her voice and writing are authentic and inviting.
Friendliest member of the community | Alexandra @ Reading by Starlight
Best at Promoting diverse books | Lily @ Sprinkles of Dreams
I love how she uses her platforms to bring more awareness and eyes to diverse books and authors.
Best new book blogger (started a blog after August 2018) | Devon @ Read by Dev
Best small book blogger (two winners under 1,000 followers) | Dana @ Dana and the Books
How can I not nominate the only blogger who pushed me into taking my steps into book blogging? I’ve known Dana for years. She’s doesn’t let anything stand in her way when she has something (good or bad) to say about an author or book. She brings honestly and brutal opinion to her reviews.
These two leading ladies have been my rock. And I couldn’t think of anyone else for this nomination. Both of them show their passion for this community and books. Jess is a queen of sarcasm (and my evil twin) and isn’t afraid to speak her beautiful mind. And Kal offers endless support to any book blogger who’s new or experienced. She inspires me to be a better blogger and reader.