2013 Challenge Round Up: August Part Three

It is time for August’s round up of your reviews for BA’s 2013 challenges (to clarify, these reviews are for the year so far, just with August’s added). Today it’s Off the Shelf. I have also been paying attention to wrap-ups and noticed some of you have already finished. Nice one guys! I will be visiting your blogs this month, but will share your submitted wrap-up links when all challenges are finished.

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. Continue reading

2013 Challenge Round Up: August Reviews Part Two

It is time for August’s round up of your reviews for BA’s 2013 challenges (to clarify, these reviews are for the year so far, just with August’s added). Today it’s Go Indie and Get Steampunk’d. I have also been paying attention to wrap-ups and noticed some of you have already finished. Nice one guys! I will be visiting your blogs this month, but will share your submitted wrap-up links when all challenges are finished.

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. Continue reading

2013 Challenge Round Up: June’s Reviews Part Three

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.

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2013 Challenge Round Up: June’s Reviews Part Two

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.

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Book Blogger Confessions: Extra Reviewers

Book Blogger Confessions is a meme that posts the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month, where book bloggers “confess” and vent about topics that are unique to us. Feel free to share, vent and offer solutions.

Hosted by For What It’s Worth and Midnyte Reader. Check out the Book Blogger Confessions Schedule to see what topics are coming up.

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2012 Challenges Summary: BA’s Off the Shelf Reading Challenge

To hail to the new year, albeit belatedly, I’m sharing all the links you’ve shared during BA’s 2012 reading challenges. Today it is all about the Off the Shelf reading challenge aimed at turning those unread books on your shelves into read ones. See who signed up, discover what everyone was reading, and learn about their reading year.

Please be aware that there are quite a few links in this post (heaps in this one and I apologise for it going off the page, but there isn’t any way to fix it), but I’ve broken up the links into three sections – Participants, Your Reviews, and Your Experiences – in order to make it more user friendly. Continue reading

2012 Challenges Summary: BA’s Get Steampunk’d & Go Indie Reading Challenges

Just Interrupting: It’s my birthday today! I’m 30 now… I’m getting old, oh jeez! So I wanted to wish everyone else with a birthday today a happy one, a happy birthday to all the February babies, and a happy unbirthday to everyone else. Basically, have a great day everyone.

Now, carry on…

To hail to the new year, albeit belatedly, I’m sharing all the links you’ve shared during BA’s 2012 reading challenges.The Get Steampunk’d and Go Indie challenges are on the smaller side compared to the other ones and have less links as a result so I’m combining them.

Today it is all about the Get Steampunk’d reading challenge aimed at surrounding yourself with the imagination of a steam-powered world. The Go Indie challenge aimed at broadening your horizons by not sticking to traditionally published books or books sold via the big publishing houses. Small printing presses, independant presses, and self-pubbed is the go. See who signed up, discover what everyone was reading, and learn about their reading year.

I’ve broken up the links into three sections – Participants, Your Reviews, and Your Experiences – in order to make it more user friendly. Continue reading