So my 14-year-old decided to try NaNoWriMo this year. And I decided that if she can crank out a novel in the next 30 days I can manage to attempt #BookBlogWriMo.  Maybe just maybe I can get my mojo back. Some days I hope it will be my usual posts and features but also it will be the prompts from Book Bumblings list.

Today it begins.

11/1 – History of Your Blog – Tell us how you got started! When did you start your blog? Why? What have been some of your trials and tribulations? How many pigs did you have to sacrifice to get people to see your Facebook posts?

I started this blog to make the switch from keeping written journals of what I was reading to an electronic one.  I discovered challenges and reviews and Armchair BEA and A Novel Challenge and I fell in love with my blog.

I still am generally in a place where I care less about readers, by that I mean the numbers I am very fond of those readers who comment and stick around through my ups and downs.

One of the hardest things for me is consistency. I often find I am overextend IRL and my reading time and my blog are the first to suffer.

Here’s to November and 30 days of posting.

Visit Book Bumblings to join the fun!





2 thoughts on “#BookBlogWriMo

  1. I think not caring about followers is a great way to ensure that you’ll enjoy blogging. It seems to me that worrying about followers is just stressful and takes all the fun out of it.

    I also sometimes have trouble with consistency. But when I go too long without posting my friends seriously bug me about it. I hope that BookBlogWriMo helps you getting into the habit or posting more often!

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