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imageFirst, if you haven’t subscribed to The TBR newsletter, you missed our first issue on 14 February.

We’re setting up the next one with more micro-reviews, international readers, and DABWAHA news, so if you’d like to subscribe, you can absolutely join in the fun. We will absolutely not spam you and our goal is to send out only two newsletters per month. I like my newsletters how I like my men: short and intelligently informative.

In the last issue was The Magic DABWAHA Form: this year we’re having readers choose one book per category. Want to nominate your favorite book? The entry form for nominations is online. Please note the following rules for data collection purposes: the book nominated can be digital or print, but please, wherever possible, use the ISBN number for the PRINT edition to minimize duplicate entries. The book MUST have a publication date of 2010. No exceptions, no reprints.

We’re still working on building everything for the 2011 DABWAHA, but if you’re curious, have a look at some of the prizes already offered for this year. Thank you much-and-a-lot to our prize sponsors!

So, what book better be on the bracket or you’ll break something? Make sure you nominate it – and feel free to pimp your reader’s choice here in the comments, too.



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  1. 1
    Tracy says:

    What is the deadline for nominations? I might have to do some serious internal debating (or rereading!) to settle on a favorite in a couple of the categories :)

  2. 2
    Chelsea says:

    So just to clarify, books with 2011 publication dates have to wait until next year?

  3. 3
    SB Sarah says:

    That is correct, Chelsea. The DABWAHA is only for books published in 2010. 2011 books have to wait until next March. You know, just like publishing. :)

    @Tracy: Deadline for nominations will be right up until we finalize the bracket. Selection Sunday is 13 March 2011.

  4. 4
    Tracy says:

    Hmm.  I could only think of paranormal books to nominate.  I’m going to have to broaden my horizons this year.  Right after I finish reading this vampire one…  ;)

  5. 5
    jayhjay says:

    Just out of curiosity, are m/m books only eligible in the GLBT category? or also in other appropriate categories (paranormal, historical, etc).  I was just wondering b/c I have read so many good m/m books this year but I wasn’t sure if they could only be nominated in the one category.

  6. 6
    Stacey Irish-Keffer says:

    I accidently hit enter while filling out my entry form before I actually included anything besides part of one title in the contemporary category. (stupid laptop, shift and enter are too close together)  Is there anyway I can resubmit since the form was almost completely empty?

  7. 7
    LT says:

    Could you put a description of what the different categories mean?

  8. 8

    Since the ISBN fields are numeric, I can’t nominate any books with ISBNs ending in X.

  9. 9
    Ahlison says:

    Stephanie – I had that problem so used the 13-digit ISBN which didn’t have a letter

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