Category: other blog hops

Jan 20 2019

Sunday Stealing for Ravenclaws

Host Bev Sykes of sundaystealing.blogspot.com and the blog “Funny the World”. Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent …

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Jan 13 2019

#BoutOfBooks Reaching Goals and Gasping Reads

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: Stretch Goal It’s the last day of the readathon, so today’s challenge is to take a look at the goals you set for the week (if you have them) and decide a) how you can stretch yourself to complete them or b) how you can revise them so you …

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Jan 13 2019

Twelve Sunday Stealing Questions

Host Bev Sykes of sundaystealing.blogspot.com and the blog “Funny the World”. Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent …

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Jan 12 2019

Book Reviews and Day 6 of #BoutOfBooks has a Dreamcast (Not the Video Game System)

Drawing from The Alchemist

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: Dream cast Share your dream cast for a book that hasn’t been adapted yet I read that as Dreamcast… Perhaps that is why I decided to go with a book that has a videogame system as a big part of the plot twist/ meet cute: Strangely, Incredibly Good by …

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Jan 11 2019

Book Recommendations on Day 5 of #BoutOfBooks 24

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: If you like this, try that Put your recommendations hat on, #boutofbooks-ers. For this challenge, pick a book, author, or trope (or whatever!) from your TBR and suggest similar books. Veronica Mars: An Original Mystery by Rob Thomas: The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line Trust Me, I’m Lying Instagram: #bob24igphoto #boutofbooks …

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Jan 10 2019

Rave #BookReview During #Boutofbooks 24

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: Synopsis Rewrite Take a favorite book and re-write the synopsis (book description) from the point of view of the non-main character It was difficult to pick which book I wanted to use for this. I’m going with this one because I think I can do the challenge well using …

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Jan 09 2019

Helpful Readathon Day 3 #boutofbooks 24 Six Degrees of Separation

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: Six degrees of separation from Bout to Books Find an original way to connect the two words (Bout and Books) through six books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Bouts of Mania – Uses the word Bout Chat ‘Bout: An Anthology of Jamaican Conversations – Uses bout short for …

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Jan 08 2019

#BoutOfBooks 24 Readathon Character Dinner Party

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: Character dinner party You are hosting an intimate dinner party for five of your favorite characters. Who do you invite and what food do you serve? The food I’d serve is how I’m going to pick the characters. Why? Because I don’t cook indoors. Disasters happen. So we’ll be …

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Jan 07 2019

Day 1 #boutofbooks 24 Readathon #Reading #insixwords

Bout of Books 24 Today’s challenge: #InSixWords #boutofbooks #insixwordsAuthor loves books, dragons, and cats. — J Lenni Dorner (@JLenniDorner) January 8, 2019 Instagram: #bob24igphoto #boutofbooks View this post on Instagram #bob24igphoto #boutofbooks Currently reading #amreading A post shared by J Lenni Dorner (@jlennidorner) on Jan 7, 2019 at 7:33pm PST Day of the challenge: Day …

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Jan 06 2019

Sunday Stealing has 15 Interesting Questions

I “stole” this blog hop from 2Gators. Host Bev Sykes of sundaystealing.blogspot.com and the blog “Funny the World”. Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard …

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Dec 31 2018

Goals for 2019 #HappyNewYear

Winter book bingo - dec

https://gotgoalsbloghop.blogspot.com #GotGoalsBlogHop HAPPY NEW YEAR! Time to be accountable for 2018, and check in on my December progress, and also set goals for next year. My lovely A to Z cohost, J R Vincente, made a spreadsheet to track progress for the year. I inserted my own meaning for the 1 to 5 code of …

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Dec 31 2018

Blogging All About These Sparkling Last Book Reviews of 2018

PA foods in the book I Saw Santa in Pennsylvania by JD Green

This is it! The last post of book reviews this year. I had planned to read and review 50 books this year. I only managed 32. (That’s a 64%.) #WeNeedDiverseBooks #SpecFic #DebutAuthor #BeatTheBacklist (TBR before 2018) = weather Some reading goals from 2018, updated for the last time: Read 8 Speculative Fiction books — 10 …

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Nov 30 2018

Goals Brought In By Einstein the Camel in the Snow

https://gotgoalsbloghop.blogspot.com #GotGoalsBlogHop I made a post yesterday of what’s been going on in my life lately. Here’s the good highlight: I won NaNoWriMo! On the downside, Roundteam has gone down. Which was a big part of the way I supported Diverse Books and Debut Authors. (Lots of Retweets.) I will need to create a new …

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Nov 29 2018

Truth

Nanowrimo 2018 winner

November Prompt: Truth A few truths from this month. Some of which will show up in the goal post tomorrow. I spent the beginning of October planning to do NaNoWriMo with a certain story. Then I thought I’d work on another story. And THEN I started reading a book (Story Genius by Lisa Cron) which …

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Oct 26 2018

Trick or Treat or Goals

https://gotgoalsbloghop.blogspot.com #GotGoalsBlogHop The tough blow from last month… there has been an Internet storm of others feeling equally outraged. Spent most of my time this month taking care of my niece. Maybe the election next month will bring more love and concern for others to the land on which I live. On Wednesday, I got …

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Oct 16 2018

Tree Déjà vu Flash Fiction #FF #WEPFF #WEP and Blog All About It Challenge

FLASH FICTION WEP CHALLENGE FOR OCTOBER – DEJA VU OR VOODOO October’s Prompt: Trees Tree Déjà vu I’ve seen Tommy drunk before. His days working at the golf club get to him. It’s not the fresh air, but the air of superiority that suffocates him. “The downfall of society happens before the anarchy. That’s what …

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Sep 28 2018

Pumpkin Spice Goals and Dealing with Blows

https://gotgoalsbloghop.blogspot.com #GotGoalsBlogHop Yesterday, I posted about the latest blow to my soul. I won’t rehash it here. On the upside, a friend of a friend is considering creating an opposing anthology that would allow diversity, just to prove that you can have a “clean read” G rated anthology AND everything and anything covered in the …

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Sep 27 2018

Escape the Hate #BlogAllAboutItChallenge #WeNeedDiverseBooks

September’s prompt is ESCAPE. I’m going non-fiction this month, opting to tell you about what’s on my mind. Last week, a certain writing challenge I look forward to every year opened their tenth annual competition. I was so excited that I immediately hit “share” on the post. The challenge is hosted by a non-profit, a …

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Sep 24 2018

Fun Readathon! Wrap-Up for #TackleTBR and #BookReview Times Two

Tackle Your To-be-Read Read-a-thon 2018 9/21: Challenge & Giveaway at Wishful Endings Challenge: Initials Challenge This challenge is to find books to represent your initials. J— L — D — The Jakkattu Vector by P.K. Tyler; Lenape Country: Delaware Valley Society Before William Penn by Jean R. Soderlund; Double Negative by C. Lee McKenzie 9/22: …

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Sep 20 2018

Book Review #TackleTBR #Punchbowl of Books #NationalPunchDay

Tackle Your To-be-Read Read-a-thon 2018 Today’s Challenge: IT WAS HERE, ON MY BLOG! Punchbowl of books! List three to five books that “mix well together” even though they’re from different authors and maybe even different genres. Here’s my answer= The five key ingredients to J Lenni Dorner’s punchbowl of books: base – A NYC celebrity …

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