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Big Book Push

****This is a sticky post and will be “at the top” through Friday, November 6.  Scroll down to see what’s new at Hope Is the Word.*****


Did you have any reading goals for this year?  Have you met them? 

Or maybe you’re like some people I know–you eschew reading plans and like to read whatever strikes your fancy at the moment.  Still, though, there’s that one back in the back of your mind that you’ve been meaning to get to for a while. 

If either of these scenarios describes you, then the Big Book Push is for you. Over the course of the month of November, I will be revisiting my TBR list for 2009, and I am inviting you to join me.  Here’s what you do:

  1. Think about what you haven’t read this year so far, whether it’s from a formal TBR list, a bestseller list somewhere, or just a title tucked away in some recesses of your mind that you haven’t forgotten.
  2. Write up a blog post about what you intend to read before the month’s out and come back and link it up at the bottom of this post.  Don’t forget to use the Big Book Push button(s)!
  3. Read your book(s)!
  4. Write your review(s) sometime during the month of November.
  5. Come back here on Monday, November 30, and we’ll all link up our reviews and take stock of what we accomplished.

How does that sound?  Let the reading, reviewing, and blogging begin!  🙂

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(Many thanks to those of you who have commented on the cute Big Book Push buttons.  I wish I could take credit for designing it, but I have no skills.  😦  Abigail at Source of Joy Graphic Design, however, does!  Her rates are very reasonable and she is just the nicest person you could ever hope to meet!)


2 Responses

  1. […] guess it’s about time I declare my intentions for the Big Book Push.  I hope someone out there in bookish blogdom is looking as forward to this as I am–knocking […]

  2. […] definitely does include blogging almost all of the time.  This has put something of a crimp in my Big Book Push plans, but I am soldiering on.  Right now I am somewhere in the middle of A Tale of Two Cities and […]

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