Twelfth Day

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On the twelfth day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

twelve authors signing,

eleven fabulous fairy tales,

ten mysterious mysteries,

nine book clubs meeting,

eight memoirs remembering,

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers a-reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to books-a-million),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf SHAPED like a tree.

LKH Photo Credit | Book of Fairy Tales | Nancy Drew | Starting a Book Club | Lucky | HP | Kindle Fire | BAM.com | Bookmarks | Hunger Games | Book Bag | Tree Bookshelf

Here’s looking at you, Kid!

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Happy 10th birthday to the coolest book blogger on the webs, Erik from This Kid Reviews Books!

Pretend that says Erik instead of Steve. Or, you can pretend your name is Steve.

So, not only is today Christmas Eve, and Erik‘s birthday, today is also the day that Erik nominated my little ol’ blog for a Liebster Blog Award. The Liebster Award is given from one blogger to another as a way for up and coming bloggers to get some exposure they may not otherwise get. (By the way, I learned from Erik over at thiskidreviewsbooks.com that liebster means love or beloved in German. So he loves my blog! Which is pretty cool since I love his blog too. Seriously ya’ll, this kid is awesome.)

So, once you are nominated, there are rules you have to follow…

Rule number 1:  Post the award on your site, which I will be doing shortly. Look over to the right somewhere and you’ll see it (most likely, unless I haven’t posted it yet.). It’s also right up there… See it? Isn’t it pretty?

Rule number 2:  Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter in your blog.

Thank you, Erik!

Rule number 3:  Link back to the blogger who nominated you. In case you missed it, Erik, from thiskidreviewsbooks.com nominated me.

Rule number 4:  Give your top 5 picks to receive the award.

Rule number 5:  Leave a comment on each of your top 5 picks blogs to let them know that they have been nominated.

Seeing as it’s almost three-thirty in the morning, I’m going to cheat and go to bed without nominating my top 5, but I promise I’ll be back tomorrow to fulfill my duty. Don’t forget to look for the final day of Bookmas tomorrow as well.

Happy Christmas fellow bookworms! And if you get any books for Christmas, comment and share them here!

Eleventh Day

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On the eleventh day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

eleven fabulous fairy tales,

ten mysterious mysteries,

nine book clubs meeting,

eight memoirs remembering,

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers a-reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to Barnes & Noble),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf made out of a tree.

Fairy Tale Illustration | Hardy Boys | Book Club | A Girl from Yamhill | HP Book Charm Bracelet | Kindle Covers | B&N Gift Cards | Mark My Time | Hunger Games Collector’s Edition | Great Gatsby Tote | Bookshelf

Tenth Day

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On the tenth day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

ten mysterious mysteries,

nine book clubs meeting,

eight memoirs remembering,

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to betterworldbooks.com),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf made out of a tree.

The Westing Game | Twitter Book Club | Boy | 7 Harry Potters | Kindle vs. Nook | betterworldbooks.com | Make your own bookmarks | Hunger Games Movies | Library Bag | HP Bookshelf Art

Ninth Day

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On the ninth day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

nine book clubs meeting,

eight memoirs remembering,

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to barnes and noble),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf made out of a tree.

Eighth Day

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On the eighth day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

eight memoirs remembering,

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to barnes and noble),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf made out of a tree.

Seventh Day

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On the seventh day of Bookmas, my true love gave to me:

seven Harry Potters,

six e-readers reading,

fiiiiiive giiiiiiift carrrrrrds (to barnes and noble),

four bookmarks,

three Hunger Games,

two tote bags (to carry books),

and a bookshelf made out of a tree.