#BookBlogWriMo

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I read about this at Book Olympus and since it sounds like fun I decided to participate in #BookBlogWriMo! It’s basically the blogging version of NaNoWriMo, which I never have the time to do, so this is a nice alternative. Below is the schedule:

#BookBlogWriMo Schedule

If you want to join as well you should go here. I can’t wait for November to arrive! This seems like a lot of fun and the testweek will be over by then.

– The Writing Hufflepuff

Day 1: The 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 – Favourite Childhood Books
Day 7: #FlasbackFriday – Blog’s First Design
Day 8: Your Blogging Toolkit
Day 9: Your Blogging Workflow
Day 10: Memes You Meme
Day 11: #Top10Tuesday – Most Popular Posts 
Day 12: Advice for Newbie Bloggers 
Day 13: Your Review Process 
Day 14: Your Ratings System
Day 15: Favorite Book Blogging Things 
Day 16: Least Favorite Book Blogging Things 
Day 17: Favorite Book Tropes
Day 18: Favorite Subgenres 
Day 19: #WaitingOnWednesday – TBR Books 
Day 20: #TBT – Best Books of 2014 
Day 21: #FlashbackFriday – Your First Reviews 
Day 22: #ShowMeYourShelves 
Day 23: Book Boyfriend Criteria
Day 24: Reading Cave Fantasies
Day 25: How You Deal with Book Hangovers
Day 26: Cheating on Books: TV & Movies
Day 27: Authors You’re Thankful For
Day 28: Book Pet Peeves
Day 29: The Future of Your Blog
Day 30: #BookBlogWriMo Wrap Up

 

16 thoughts on “#BookBlogWriMo

  1. I might join in on this, but I’m wondering if I have the time. I’m thinking of using the nanowrimo time to finally finish writing the final 30,000 to 40,000 words for my book, but I’m on the fence about it. I really should finish it soon, been working on it for two years now, oops! Cool idea though!

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