Firstly apologises for the late share unfortunately I took the week off from blogging for personal reasons.
In case you’ve missed this I thought I would share some exciting book news with you. The London Book Fair is launching The UK Book Blog Awards so get nominating for your favourite #Bloggers #Bookstagrammer or #Booktuber now! This isn’t a plea for votes as there are so many amazing book bloggers out there who deserve this award that I haven’t got a hells chance of being included, but I would love to see some of my favourite book bloggers get nominated so make sure you vote.
The London Book Fair launches inaugural
UK Book Blog Awards
The hunt to find the most influential
book bloggers, bookstagrammers and booktubers is on
London, 14 February 2017: The London Book Fair (LBF) is delighted to announce the launch of the first ever UK Book Blog Awards @ LBF – a new initiative designed to celebrate social media influencers and their important contribution to the book industry.
A new feature for LBF 2018, this will be the first time this community has been officially recognised and rewarded by the British publishing industry.
Bloggers, social media influencers, members of the publishing industry, and the general public are invited to nominate the best book blogs, bookstagrammers and booktubers across three categories:
· Book Blogger of the Year
· Bookstagrammer of the Year
· BookTuber of the Year
Once the shortlist has been revealed, a panel of judges will select one winner in each category, who will be honoured at a special awards ceremony at The London Book Fair. In addition, the Fair will introduce new seminars and networking events aimed at bringing the social media influencer community closer to the publishing world.
Jacks Thomas, Director at The London Book Fair commented: “Book bloggers are an increasingly important part of the book world. Their passion for authors, genres and books is integral in reaching new audiences. We’re really excited to be launching the inaugural UK Book Blog Awards @ LBF and recognising the crucial role social influencers play in the promotion of books.”
The awards are open to any blogger, YouTuber or Instagrammer that features books published in the UK and/or UK authors. To put forward a nomination, or to nominate your own blog/Instagram account/YouTube channel visit: www.londonbookfair.co.uk/UKBookBlogAwards
For further information please contact Edwina Boyd-Gibbins at Midas Public Relations on 0207 361 7860 firstname.lastname@example.org