ANNOUNCEMENT #Bookblogvember

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Book Blogvember is a blogging challenge that Jade @bedtimebkwork is hosting during the month of November inspired by NaNoWriMo but hopefully a little less daunting {newbie blogger here so fingers crossed}

Jade @bedtimebkwork has kindly set out some clear guidelines on this challenge while its to enable creating great content the idea is not to restrict the thought process but to inspire.

The Guidelines

Write enough in the month of November to create 30 blog posts.

What this might mean to you:

  • Post on your blog every day in November
    • maybe you write every day
    • or maybe you just write on the weekends!
  • Write a blog post every day
    • but don’t necessarily post one every day
  • If you’re really behind on book reviews (like Jade), try to write one book review a day
    • if you don’t have a blog, this could work on any reviewing platform

Here’s my plans for the month of November:-

  • Write rough drafts of 30 blog posts over the month of November – I want to create a mixture of posts i.e. book reviews, features, memes and discussions.
  • Post Twice a Week – I want to use this challenge to standardise my posting and improve engagement with my followers {it’s a little hit and miss at the moment}
  • Schedule Buffer – Similar to Jade @bedtimebkwork I would like to have some content in place to post in the upcoming posts so I have time to catch up on ARCs I need to read

#bookblogvember Twitter Chat!

Join us on Friday December 2nd at 6PM PST (which is 9PM EST) and we will chat about your Book Blogvember journey. There will also be a giveaway at the end of the Twitter chat. Jade will choose one person to win a signed copy of Wink, Poppy, Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke. She’ll select the winner from tweets using the hashtag #bookblogvember. Go ahead and use this hashtag all month on Twitter – more tweets equal more entries in the giveaway (even if you can’t attend the chat!).

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4 thoughts on “ANNOUNCEMENT #Bookblogvember

  1. I’m curious to find out what blog platform you’re
    working with? I’m having some small security problems with my latest blog
    and I would like to find something more secure. Do you have any solutions?

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