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Submissions for 38th BWC Due Friday!

Of all the books out there, I really can’t think of any that focus on Africa – whether it’s situated there or it has an African theme.  For that reason, I can’t wait for Natasha’s bookworms carnival where she’s looking for novels about Africa or with an African theme (fiction or nonfiction).  Submissions for the 38th Bookworms Carnival are due this Friday to Natasha at Maw Books, so if you have anything, make sure you send Natasha a link.  To submit a review, simple email natasha at mawbooks dot com.

If you don’t have anything for this edition, what about the next two?

Edition 39 hosted by: Stacey at Book Thirty
Deadline for submission: October 9, 2009
Theme: Urban Fantasy / Gothic Literature prior to 2000
To submit a post, email: stacey.bookthirty at gmail dot com

Edition 40 hosted by: Jackie at Literary Escapism
Deadline for submission: October 23, 2009
Theme: Urban Fantasy / Gothic Literature after 2000
To submit a post, email: myjaxon at gmail dot com

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BBAW Remembers Dewey

If you haven’t heard yet, a massive amount of book bloggers are currently participating in Book Blogger Appreciation Week and today, they spent some time remembering Dewey and the contributions she made to the community.  For those of you who are new to the Bookworms Carnival, this was originally Dewey’s brainchild and she had managed this event beautifully.  Her shoes are extremely hard to fill and we are still trying to make this half the event it was under her.  If you haven’t already, you should head over and see what people have had to say.  Dewey made a lot of friends in this community and she’s being remembered by them today.

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So Many Precious Books, So Little Time! has posted the 36th edition of the Bookworms Carnival and it’s a great collection of Historical Fiction.  Teddy received an amazing number of reviews and articles and she did a great job organizing them.  Seriously, you should see the fabulous job she did.  Not only are all the posts separated by country, but they are even broke out by area as well.  Regardless of what you’re into, I highly suspect everyone will go away with at least one book that’ll piqued their attention.

Upcoming Editions:
If you don’t have anything for this edition, what about the next two?

Edition 37 hosted by: Narineh at The Novel World
Deadline for submission: September 11, 2009
Theme: Banned Books
To submit a post, email: rantsandreads at gmail dot com

Edition 38 hosted by: Natasha at Maw Books
Deadline for submission: September 25, 2009
Theme: Books about Africa or with an African Theme (fiction or non-fiction)
To submit a post, email: natasha at mawbooks dot com

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Do you have a favorite Banned Book?  If so, make sure the world knows about it.  Submissions for the 37rd Bookworms Carnival are due this Friday to Narineh at The Novel World and Narineh is looking for those banned novels we need to know about.  To submit a review, simple email rantsandreads at gmail dot com.

If you don’t have anything for this edition, what about the next two?

Edition 38 hosted by: Natasha at Maw Books
Deadline for submission: September 25, 2009
Theme: TBA
To submit a post, email: natasha at mawbooks dot com

Edition 39 hosted by: Stacey at Book Thirty
Deadline for submission: October 9, 2009
Theme: Urban Fantasy / Gothic Literature prior to 2000
To submit a post, email: stacey.bookthirty at gmail dot com

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