The 2019 Bloggers Bash Blog Post Competition – The Annual Bloggers Bash

A chance to enter the Bloggers Bask Post Competition!

It’s open to all and there are some lovely prizes on offer!!

The 2019 Bloggers Bash Blog Post competition is back. With great prizes up for grabs, we’re looking for your best ever blog post. Check out all the details in this post.Closing date for…

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Best Book Blog Nomination! #AnnualBloggersBash

Well, imagine my surprise to receive this notification in my email yesterday…

Hi Ritu

Congratulations! You have been nominated for Best Book Blogger at the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019! 

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Well! I have to say, I wasn’t expecting that! Not really considered myself to be a Book Blogger, but obviously one of you lovely folks out there thinks so, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Not expecting a win, let alone placing in this category, as it is such a big one, with a lot of blogs out there who are simply amazing at the whole book blogging thing, but still… you never know!

One nominee from each category will be shortlisted and put forward for the Best Overall Blog category by a set of judges and the committee. The nominations process will be open until 31stMarch 2019. All nominations will then be open to a public vote, which will open on 10thApril 2019 and will close on 24thApril 2019.  

And speaking of the Bash… have you nominated/got your tickets? If not, here is all the info you need, at the moment!

The Annual Bloggers Bash is a yearly blogging event which takes place on Saturday 15thJune 2019 at the Grange Wellington Hotel in London. We’re now in our 5thyear and have had attendees from all over the UK, Europe, the US, Canada and even Australia!

To find out more about this year’s event, click on the link below to be taken to our website.

How do I attend the Annual Bloggers Bash?

We have already sold a number of tickets for the event, and with limited spaces we are selling them on a first come, first served basis. Early Bird prices for the day are set at the bargain price of just £20, purchased via PayPal. 

Click here to purchase your ticket now!

The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards are Back! – The Annual Bloggers Bash – Category Announcement

Well, it’s time to get thinking!

The nominations are open for the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards.

Categories have been changed around this year in a very fair manner.

You have until 1st February to think of your preferred nominations, before submitting them!

Get thinking, and get your ticket too, if you haven’t already!

Now in its fifth year, the Annual Bloggers Bash returns bigger and better than ever. The venue is booked, the date is set for Saturday 15th June 2019 and the committee is busy working behind the sc…

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Bloggers Bash Tickets are Now on Sale!

Time to get your tickets Peeps! The Bash is officially Open!!!

The Annual Bloggers Bash

Bash group 2018The tickets are now on sale for the 5th Annual Bloggers Bash event, and what a great way to start the new year!

What is the Bloggers Bash? 

The Bloggers Bash is a social event for bloggers created by Sacha, with the help of her committee who are Geoff, Hugh,Suzie, Helen, Graeme and Adam. Its purpose is to bring together the blogging community and provide an opportunity for everyone to meet the friends they have made online. To see images from some of our previous events, click here to be taken to our gallery!

When is it? 

Saturday 15th June 2019. Start and finish times tbc.

Where is it? 

Grange Wellington Hotel. 71 Vincent Square, Westminster, London SW1P 2PA.

Is it a ticketed event?

Yes, tickets are sold in advance – payment is made through PayPal. We have a tiered system for the event…

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10 Bookish Questions… The Last Book I… #bookish #books #reader

10 Bookish Questions: ‘The Last Book I…’

I discovered this fun post on Shelley’s blog, I Write, I Read, I Review, and thought I’d give it a go.

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1. The last book I gave up on.That was a long time ago, and I can’t even remember the name of the book! It was something like White Rose, a historical saga, and I usually love those, but could I get into it? Nope!

2. The last book I re-read. I have to say, woth all the books on my TBR pile it is not often that I reread books, but one I remember rereading was My Sweet Audrina by Virginia Andrews, and of course, the countless picture books I love to read to my class at school!

3. The last book I bought. The Cactus by Sarah Haywood because I liked the cover!

4. The last book I said I read but actually didn’t. Honestly, I don’t think I have ever done that… I just say ” No, haven’t read that…I’ll put it on my TBR pile!

5. The last book I wrote in the margins.  Nope, sorry, I can’t do that! I can’t write in books I love! Probably the last would be my A-Level texts for English because I had to!!! That would be Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstein Are Dead!

6. The last book I had signed.  I think the last book I had physically signed by the author was Sacha Black’s guide to creating Superbad Villains! But that was 2 years ago! Since then though I have received books in the post from special authors, that have had lovely messages written in them for me.

7. The last book I lost.   I don’t think I have really lost books, but they have in the past been donated to charity, when I haven’t had space for more, they the regret kicks in…

8. The last book I had to replace.  Continuing from the last question…
I think some were my childhood favourites by Enid Blyton, like the Mallory Towers and St Claires series. I bought them again!

9. The last book I argued over.  I don’t think I have ever argued over a book! But I have found certain ones hard to read, that have been recommended to me by others. I just swallow it and carry on with the next good read!

10. The last book I couldn’t find. A book you can’t find? Do you not know about Amazon and Ebay?? I think I have always managed to find books I wanted to read, and if I wasn’t having much luck, then I would always find another book to distract my search!

peacefully reading

If you want to have a go, you can answer the book tag questions too!

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