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Armchair BEA – Blogger Development & Genre Fiction

Design credit: Sarah of Puss Reboots We are already at day 3 of the Armchair BEA. Today the discussion is about blogger development & genre fiction. Blog Development – I don’t have all the answers, but this works for me. This … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA – Genre Classics

Design credit: Sarah of Puss Reboots For a long time I struggled to read classics. I don’t know why, perhaps the language or me or a combination of the two. As I have got older and probably linked into my very … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2013 – Introductory Post

Design credit: Sarah of Puss Reboots Today starts the opening of the week long Armchair Book Expo America. With many of us not making it to New York this annual online event exists for those of us who miss out on … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2012 Post 1 – Introductions!

Today sees the start of Armchair BEA which is the armchair version of the Book Blogger Convention held each year in the US. I took part last year, although I failed the complete week because of being offline at a … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2011 – Day Three – Network & Favourite book blogs and bloggers

Design Credit – Sarah of  Puss Reboots Wednesday, May 25: Work the Network! This is the day for the ever-popular blogger Interviews! Participants did have to sign up for the interviews in advance, so if you missed the cutoff, our “alternate” topic is … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2011 – Day One – Who are you, and how do you Armchair?

Design Credit – Sarah of  Puss Reboots Monday, May 23: Who are you, and how do you Armchair?You’ll probably be getting a lot of new visitors to your blog this week, so introduce yourself in a post! And if you specialize … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2011 – Introduction

Design Credit – Sarah of  Puss Reboots New York is about to be overrun with book lovers at the Book Blogger Convention this week. I felt a little envious at not being able to attend, and was delighted to read … Continue reading

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