Amy gave us a list of categories and we can nominate two blogs for each. Here's where I need YOUR help. I came up with nominations for several of the categories but I KNOW I'm missing some great blogs. Feel free to give me suggestions and to copy any of my nominations for yourself.
Here are the ones I've completely decided on:
- Best Book Club Blog - the blog at Reading Group Guides and Storie delle Sorelle (yes, I AM nominating my own book club’s blog – I’ve gotten lots of compliments on it, and it's pretty good if I do say so myself!)
- Best Name for a Blog -Bloody Hell! It’s a Book Barrage! and She is too fond of books (and it has addled her brain)
For these, I only have one nomination so far. Are there any other great blogs out there that fit these categories?
- Best Kidlit Blog - The Well Read Child
- Best Book/Publishing Industry Blog - Book Club Girl
- Best History/Historical Fiction Blog - The Historical Fiction Reading Challenge Blog
- Most Concise - 1,001 Books and 101 Words for Each
- Best Meme/Carnival/Event - Dewey’s Weekly Geeks - I like this one best because of the variety
- Best Design - Hey Lady! Whatcha' Readin'?
These are the categories that have me stumped - any suggestions?
- Best Literary Fiction Blog
- Best Non-fiction Blog
- Best Challenge Host
- Best Community Builder
- Most Chatty
- Best Book Community site
- Most Eclectic Taste
And these are the categories that I most likely won't use. For the first few, it's because I don't usually read those genres so I'm not qualified to say which blogs are actually good. For the others, I don't read many author blogs nor do I read many new books, so again I'm not qualified.
- Best Christian/Inspirational Fiction Blog
- Best Romance Blog
- Best Thrillers/Mystery/Suspense Blog
- Best Young Adult Lit Blog
- Best Cookbook Blog
- Best Published Author Blog
- Best Book Published in 2008
- Most Extravagant Giveaways
Sooo, anyone willing to help a gal out? I promise I will check out each and every blog that you suggest, and I'll post a list of my final nominations before I send them over to Amy.