I interrupt this Monday for a special announcement!
I will include my usual reading updates
in the next edition of Monday Maunder.
For many of my long-time readers, you all know that Armchair BEA is an event that I have been pushing for the last four years. This year, the big event will be celebrating five years and I will be advocating for you to join in the fun once again!!
|Design by Amber of Shelf Notes|
Armchair BEA is an online blogger conference that parallels Book Expo America in New York City. We offer daily discussion topics focusing on blogging and books, twitter parties, an instagram challenge, and LOTS of sponsored giveaways. Participants can also expect to see special behind-the-scenes photos and videos from our on-line correspondents.
Where can I find Armchair BEA?
The Google+ community is new this year and offers us an additional interactive piece that we have not had in previous years!
When is Armchair BEA?
Mark your calendars for Monday, May 26, 2014 through Saturday, May 31, 2014!
How about some additional helpful links?
If you are interested in being a sponsor, click here.
To register for the event, click here.
If you want to help out and join our cheerleading team, click here.
To see the team that makes this event possible, click here.
Do you have additional questions?
Let me know! You can post them here in the comments section, tweet me, or email me. OR, you can reach me or another team member through the Armchair BEA website, social media links, or email (armchairbea at gmail dot com).
Do you plan to participate in Armchair BEA this year? If you have participated in past years, what was your favorite part of the week?
This will be my second year, and I'm definitely looking forward to it!ReplyDelete
Charleen Lynette ... Yay!! I'm excited that you are joining us again!!Delete
I've already signed up and looking forward to it! I loved visiting other participants last year, and think the Google+ community will be even more fun!ReplyDelete
Alexia561 ... I am really excited about the Google+ community this year! I'm hoping it will create a bit more interaction among the participants and maybe even the authors!Delete