Blog Challenge: #BookBlogWriMo

I have always heard of NaNoWriMo and similar month long events where you participate by completing something in a month and been a little jealous. I am not a writer, so that is a no go (my husband used to bug me telling me I should write a book since I read so much. My reply? Reading and writing are two different things). My husband would participate in a make an album in a month challenge since he is a musician, but me? I don't really have anything. When I saw Book Bumblings is hosting a blogger challenge, BookBlogWriMo, I thought yes! Something I can participate in! It is like NaNoWriMo, but for book bloggers. I am excited since it will a) add posts other than reviews to the site and b) let my readers learn a little more about me. I will still have my normal reviews up every day so this will be in addition to that.

How does it work? Well starting November 1 there is a post prompt for every day indicating what I will be writing about. Some posts will be longer, some will be shorter, but all will hopefully be fun to read. Now I am excited for November!



Click here to join in the fun or find out more info.

Here are links to all of my posts for BookBlogWriMo in order:

Day 1: History of Your Blog
Day 2: How You Read
Day 3: Where You Read
Day 4: Why You Blog
Day 5: Where You Blog
Day 6: #TBT – Favorite Childhood Books
Day 7: #FlashbackFriday – Blog’s First Design

Comments

  1. I am so excited to start this challenge too! I have always kinda of wanted to do NaNoWriMo, but it has not been a possibility because of my lack of writing expertise and lack of time. I do agree that reading and writing are two completely different things.
    Good luck with the challenge!

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    1. Thanks! Good luck to you as well. It should be fun :)

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  2. I'm so glad to have you (you too, Tessa!)! I'm glad I'm not the only one jealous of NaNoWriMo. :)

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    1. Definitely not the only one jealous of NaNoWriMo! Thank you so much for putting this together. Now if only November would get here...

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  3. I am so excited about participating in this!
    I look forward to reading your post!

    Kenzi @Shattered Hearts Reviews

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