Irish Blog Awards – Vote for me!

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I can’t quite believe this, but 746 Books has been shortlisted for Blog Awards Ireland in the Arts & Culture category!

I’m really delighted to get this far, particularly given the good company I am in on this shortlist.

But now I have to ask for your help. If you could spare a few moments then please click through and vote for 746 Books here. The public vote goes towards 30% of the overall score and I would be eternally grateful for your suport. It would be amazing to be a finalist!

Now, don’t make me get all Liam Neeson on you….

 

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Voting is open from today until 21 September and the finalists will be announced after that.

While you are there, feel free to vote for my pal and partner in the Begorrathon Raging Fluff who is shortlisted in the Diaspora category.

Thanks all x

 

 

The 746

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I am a 40 something book buying addict trying to reduce the backlog one book at a time!

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