Bookshelf Nominated for Versatile Blogger Award

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Bookshelf was nominated by a loyal reader for the Versatile Blogger Award. Special thanks to Mira who writes Fun Life Quotes (http://funlifequotes.wordpress.com) for bestowing that recognition. The rules for accepting the Versatile Blogger Award (http://versatilebloggeraward.wordpress.com) have a few requirements, fulfilled below:

Fifteen blogs that I follow (in alphabetical order):
101 Books: http://101books.net
A Crowded Bookshelf: http://thechicagolibrary.wordpress.com
A Little Blog of Books and Other Stuff: http://alittleblogofbooks.wordpress.com
Art & Literature: http://artandliterature.wordpress.com
Eagle-Eyed Editor: http://eagleeyededitor.wordpress.com
Hiking Photography: http://www.hikingphoto.com
How Books Got Their Titles: http://garydexter.blogspot.co.uk
Interesting Literature: http://interestingliterature.wordpress.com
J. Ricci Energy: http://juliannaricci.wordpress.com
Life Measured in Coffee Spoons: http://lifemeasuredincoffeespoons.wordpress.com
Mandy Eve Barnett’s Blog: http://mandyevebarnett.com
Margaret Jean Lanstaff: http://margaretjeanlangstaff.com
Ninteenth Centuryist: http://nineteenthcenturyist.wordpress.com
The Argumentative Old Git: http://argumentativeoldgit.wordpress.com
The Secret Victorianist: http://secretvictorianist.blogspot.co.uk

Seven things about me:
Favorite authors: William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, John Fowles, William Faulkner
Favorite short story writer: O. Henry, Jorge Luis Borges, William Faulkner
Favorite poets: William Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot
Favorite books: King Lear by William Shakespeare, The Sonnets by William Shakespeare, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy, The Magus by John Fowles, The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner, Labyrinths by Jorge Luis Borges
Favorite dictionary: Oxford English Dictionary, The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
Favorite publisher: Oxford University Press, Dorling Kindersley, Knopf, Folio, Easton Press, Taschen, Thames & Hudson
Favorite book series: Everyman’s Library, Modern Library, Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets

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