It’s time for June’s round up of your reviews for BA’s 2013 challenges (to clarify, these reviews are for the year so far, just with June’s’s added). See what everyone else is reading, read their thoughts, and maybe you’ll discover something new to read with books, blogs, or both. Find all review round-up posts here.
It’s time for June’s round up of your reviews for BA’s 2013 challenges (to clarify, these reviews are for the year so far, just with June’s added). See what everyone else is reading, read their thoughts, and maybe you’ll discover something new to read with books, blogs, or both. Find all review round-up posts here.
Dystopia Reviews for 2013 Continue reading
Hello lovely readers. I wanted to do a very quick update. I recently had a stay in hospital, it was very short, but the impact has been quite significant. Well, it feels significant at the moment because I’m struggling today, but I’m doing ok. I’m recovering, but it’s a slow process, and pushing myself to type is on the hard side.
It’s been almost two weeks since being in hospital and I still have had posts going up, but they’ve all been scheduled. The scheduled ones have run out now though so there aren’t really going to be any posts until the new year, unfortunately. There might be a couple of reviews, but that’s about it, I think.
As for challenges, please continue to post your links, sign-up for the 2013 ones, and share your wrap-ups for 2012. Even if I’m not around for a little while, the challenges will continue to be available to you. I still welcome feedback as well and apologise to those who have submitted feedback without response. Please know that I may not be able to respond for a time, but I will read all your forms of contact (comments, feedback forms, emails). I may be finding it difficult to type, but I can still read your emails.
When it comes to any problems however, I’m sorry if I take time to get to you. I may not be able to respond to anything but, like with emails and feedback, I will read everything and add your enquiries and concerns to my to-do list when I’m online again.
Until then, have fun reading, have a great holiday season, and be safe!
I will try and get this out before my brain decides to completely shut down (that was a lot of brain work for some reason)….
2012 Challenges Have Their Own Posts!
In order to make way for 2013 challenges, I have put sign-ups, reviews, and wrap-ups in their own posts. I have been posting them all day long. I know they aren’t closed yet, we still have some 2012 to go, so in order to find everything easily I have linked it all up like crazy.
Where the Links at
- In the Sidebar: You will find what you need via the sidebar under the link – 2012 Reading Challenges – which is located in the Challenge Quick Links Menu.
- In the Posts: Every post will have a link up to what you need – 2012 sign-ups, reviews, and wrap-ups, as well as a direct link to 2013 challenges and the challenges F.A.Q.
- On the Main Challenge Page: I’ve added a Quick Links Menu on the main challenge page for all the 2012 posts.
- On Each Challenge Page: I’ve added a Quick Links Menu to each of the challenge pages as well.
It may not be the end of 2012 yet, and yes these challenges are still accepting sign-ups if you’re interested, but I have to pave the way for 2013’s challenges. Following are the reading challenges for 2012, including guidelines, badges, and the linking widgets.
Updated and Finished: All 2012 posts for the 2012 challenges have been posted in separate challenges! If you’d like to sign up for the 2013 challenges, you can here. You can find this post, as well as the review and wrap-up posts for 2012 in the sidebar under Challenge Quick Links (located underneath the Categories list).
You won’t be able to see the links in this post, but you can if you click through with the widget. Sorry for the inconvenience, but it’s only temporary. When the widgets close, I will then share all the links for everyone to see in their own post. Sign-Up widgets close on the 16th of December. 2012. Review and Wrap-Up widgets will close on the 15th of January, 2013.
Challenge Quick Links
Sometimes I really love a good makeover, usually related to websites and blogging, and of course BA is going to be subjected to that! We’ve got a completely new theme happening now. It’s lighter and brighter, a good accompanying background to what is meant to be Spring here in Australia, but it keeps raining…
With a new colour I’ve also cleaned up some of the pages, and soon I’ll be integrating BA’s Reading Challenges here in time for next year (there’s still time to sign up, read some books, and post reviews with the current reading challenges) with a couple of new challenges.
And starting from tomorrow we’ll be having two new weekly memes! More on that when they get posted.
So what do you think?
For those who don’t know, new followers or you just missed it, I host several reading challenges over on the blog titled BA Reading Challenges and even though people’s reviews are listed on the blog, I’m going to be posting a list of them here every month for those who aren’t taking part, but would still like to see what everyone is reading.
I just have to figure out how to set it out because I haven’t planned ahead (I’m also half asleep and have a very high blood sugar level so this shall be interesting!). Every challenge named will link back to the original sign up post for anyone who wants to find it and from there you can find the review pages and whatever else you need.
And remember, if you haven’t joined in yet and wish to do so you can sign up at any time during the year. You also don’t need to have a blog to do so, you can crossover, and you can change levels! Thanks to everyone who has joined in so far!
Yet To Have Reviews Added: The Century Challenge
- Katrina: Anthem
- DeRaps Reads: The Water Wars
- Every Last Page: The Giver – The Forest of Hands and Teeth
- Braiden’s YA Concoction – Inside Out – Matched – Across The Universe
- The Reading Fever: Across The Universe – Delirium
- Bookmarked: Inside Out – Unwind – The World Ends In Hickory Hollow
- Chinoiseries – Animal Farm
- The Lit Bitch: Soulless – Changeless – Blameless
- Jennifer at The Day To Day: The Greyfriar – Boneshaker
- Logan: The Alchemy of Stone
- Karissa’s Reading Review: Behemoth
- Braiden’s YA Concoction: Eon
- Rouqine Reads: Tigerheart – Leviathan – Of Bees and Mist
- Thinking About Loud: Kitchen – Goodbye Tsugumi
- W. Martin: Dreamweaver CSS – Ordinary Recovery – Need – Sisters Red – The Unicorn’s Tale
- Reader Recommended: The Summoning Fire – Serenity Lost – A Place To Die
- The Little Bookworm: The Confessions of The Sullivan Sisters – Deeply, Desperately – Wicked Appetite
- Henrietta: The Line – The Tales of Beedle The Bard – Nomansland – Going Bovine – The Summoning – The Awakening – The Reckoning
- SenoraG: Savage Son – Search For The Strangler
- Bookworms and Tea Lovers: Luxembourg & The Jenisch Connection
- A Certain Book: Missing Julia –
- My Readers Block: Emma – Time To Be Ernest – Black Orchids – Out of The Silent Planet – The Ampersand Papers – The Fashion in Shrouds
- Dead Book Darling: Stealing Heaven
- Su-sieee! Mac: The Lost Symbol – Travels With Zenobia: Paris To Albania – Jane Eyre
- Miss Remmers’ Review: Wake
- Mental Debris: The Stolen One
- 100 Books Challenge: Narcissus In Chains – Jane Austen For Dummies – Northanger Abbey
- Dreaming By Day: Speak – Shattered
- OCD About Books: XVI – Unidentified
- Jacob’s Beloved Books: Heavenly – 13 Little Blue Envelopes – Ravens of Avalon
- Reading Has Purpose: Take The Risk – The Difference
- Stephanie’s Book Corner: Sin Undone – Open Secret – Pride and Prejudice
- From Days To Seconds: Magyk
- The Parchment Girl: Forgotten God – One Thousand Gifts – Outlive your Life
- Nymfaux: Wanted
- Worth Reading It?: Fifth Born
- Lucy Is Robbed: The Girl Who Could Fly
- On A Pale Star: Wild Seed
- Book Obsessed: Coming Undone
- Bribary Bookslut: Almost Perfect
- The Garden of Books: Anastasia Krupnik
- Books Turn Brains: I Am Number Four
- Jenny Likes Books: The Scarlet Pimpernel
- The Vintage Bookworm: Last Sacrifice
- The Bucket List: Hunger