Welcome to BA’s Posting Challenge for book bloggers! In an effort to consistently create content on BA I thought I would take part in a 30 day blogging challenge (I have to mix it up or else I get bored), but realised I don’t want to, nor do I have the time, to create a post every single day. Instead I decided to attempt to create a post once a week with content other than a review.
This is how BA’s Posting Challenge began.
Now BA’s Posting Challenge has become an annual event spanning the year’s busiest time. November for Wrimos everywhere, December for the holiday season, January for New Year’s and recovery, February for the lovers, and March to finally wind down after all the craziness.
BA’s Posting Challenge is for those book bloggers who want content and can’t think of anything to post, want a break without their blog dying, and just want to join in somewhere with the blogosphere community. This challenge has a focus on books, book blogs, and personal topics scattered throughout. Find all the topics here.
Holiday Come Down: What reading material helps you to cope with post-holiday blues?
Considering my Holiday Reading post, I’m not sure what my holiday come-down reading is. I think this year I just gave up. Sounds petulant of me, I know, but the funny thing is I was too busy. I say funny thing because when I was reading in Melbourne I was ridiculously busy and still found time to read like a machine. When I got home, I had plenty to do, but stopped reading like a machine.
It’s ridiculous really. I have been reading. January was so bonkers I don’t really know what I read, other than the two Wolf Creek novels. Up until the end of January, beginning of February, I wasn’t completely focused on reading. I blame my partner, in a good way. Each time she’s home we find we must do as much together as we can.
So… that answers that question. I don’t have post-holiday blues reading. I think I tend to watch television shows more actually, but I can’t confirm that until my next holiday.
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