Saturday, June 3, 2017

DAILY REMINDERS & LINK-UP: Giveaways & ISO Books


Welcome to our final day of daily topics for Armchair Book Expo!!  This event has flown by, and we hope that you have enjoyed the ride.  Let's have fun this last leg of the trip.

DAILY REMINDERS

Twitter Party @ 6 PM EST:  Book Recommendations



LINK-UPS

Giveaways: Today is the day for you to host your very own giveaway to share with other Armchair Book Expo participants. You choose the prize and you run the giveaway. 

ISO Books: As readers, we are always looking for our next book to read or a stack to fill our TBR shelves. This is your opportunity to ask using our Armchair Book Expo Book Suggestion Generator (aka YOU!). Are you wanting to expand your horizons with minority characters? Are you in search of your next book club read? Do you want to explore your graphic novel or comic book options? Or, are you looking for a book that broaches a mental health or childhood issue to help you grow in understanding and knowledge in your personal life? YOU ask and YOU answer. 


HOW TO LINK-UP

Please use the following format when linking up:

Name @ Blog Name - Daily Topic Represented 

For example: Sally @ Armchair Book Expo - Introductions OR Sally @ Armchair Book Expo - Introductions & Best Practices

Please use only permalinks (links going directly to the designated post) when linking up. If you link directly to your home page, your link will be removed.

6 comments:

  1. Appreciate all the hard work everyone has put into this year's event. It's been fun, as always, and so cool to meet bloggers and see some that I met through this event last year. :)

    PS: love the new redesign. :)

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    1. Thanks Rissi. The company I own, Big Bend Productions, did the graphics for the website. www.bigbendpro.com. We had fun creating them.

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  2. This week has been so incredible! Thank you to everyone involved in the organization and to everyone that took the time to visit my blog! I appreciate it SO much!

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  3. If you haven't yet read it, I recently finished two books I highly recommend: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas and Word by Word by Kory Stamper. The former deserves all the accolades it's received, and the latter, which is less well known, is an interesting read about working for a dictionary company.

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    1. Whoops! That's the problem with having too many tabs open! Feel free to delete this!

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  4. My links are up for both a giveaway and an ISO Post.

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