Vote for TOCWOC for Book Blogger Appreciation Week

by Brett Schulte on September 7, 2009 · 3 comments

This is admittedly a bit of shameless self-promotion, but I’m happy to announce TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog made the Book Blogger Appreciation Week short list of best book blogs in the “Best History/Historical Fiction blog” category.  If you enjoy the book reviews here at TOCWOC and want to say thanks, click this link and vote for TOCWOC as the Best History/Historical Fiction blog (fourth category from the top).  This is also a perfect opportunity to thank all of TOCWOC’s readers, both longtime and new.  We REALLY appreciate your support and your input has helped to make this a better blog.


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Daniel Sauerwein September 8, 2009 at 5:49 pm

Congrats Brett! You have my vote. I have asked my readers to also vote for you. One thing that BBAW has made me think of doing is a History Bloggers Appreciation Week type event. You and I should coordinate something like this. Let me know if you want to help organize something like that for history blogs.

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admin September 8, 2009 at 8:48 pm

Daniel,

As I mentioned on your own blog, thank you for the vote of confidence, both literal and figurative. I think that is a GREAT idea, but I unfortunately do not have the time available currently to participate in the organization of something like that. Maybe in future years, but not for the foreseeable future, unfortunately.

Brett

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The Abraham Lincoln Observer September 10, 2009 at 6:14 pm

As we say (and try to practice) here in Illinois: “Vote early — and often.”

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