Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well. I’m getting over being sick right now but I really wanted to get this post up for you all so that you can get the information on time.
If you don’t know what NewYearsathon is, it’s a readathon I host with Donna from Mom’s Book Collection. The whole goal of the readathon is to just start out the year with some reading.
There are challenges to go along with this, but don’t feel like you have to do them to participate. You can always just decide to join in whether you do the challenges or not. Feel free to just chat with us about the books you’re kicking off the year with.
Good evening everyone! If you’ve been following me on Instagram then you know I’ve been sick these past few days. If you’re stalking me/obsessed with my blog, you know I haven’t posted these past few days. I planned on doing so. My Tag Tuesday was just about finished. But then I couldn’t bring myself to get out of bed or do anything. Even now, I can’t talk. So it’s a good thing I’m a blogger 💁🏻♀️
But I couldn’t miss today’s post. I’m so excited to be posting this.
It’s time to announce the April Just Book It Book Club book!
So let’s just into that since I know that’s what you are all here for!
Good morning everyone! I’m back again with another announcement.
This time it’s for a readathon that I hosted last year that I had a ton of fun with and really wanted to do again. To make things easy, I’m just keeping everything the same as last time except the dates.
Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Make sure to take today to plan for this upcoming week, finalize what Christmas stuff you have left to do, drink your water, get enough sleep, and take care of yourself.
So in light of this, I’m going with a really easy post today. Today, I’m sharing what book I chose for the first round back with the Just Book It Book Club and some news and updates with it.
First, I decided to make the book club bi-monthly. So the first round will be January and February. You have those full two months to read the book.
You can discuss it in the Facebook group, just mention where you are before you say spoilers. Then we will do a full discussion at the beginning of March (very early on if not the end of February) where we will do a discussion of the book and decide on March and April’s book.
This full discussion will be done on the Just Book It Book Club discord. I’m still trying to figure it all out, but join the discord by clicking here or the photo below.
We will decide on a date from there. Join the discord, introduce yourself and let me know what you’re currently reading and any 2020 reading or life goals you have. My blog post for that was supposed to go up today but I wanted this to be up first.
So, the moment you’ve all been waiting for! The book!
Tricia Levenseller is releasing a new book in February and I’m so freaking excited about this. This book is a stand-alone inspired by Vikings.
Rasmira has trained her entire life to lead her village and become the warrior her father has taught her to be. But when the trial finally comes up, she ends up being sabotaged and fails. This leads to her being banished from her village. To prove she’s worthy, she decides to kill the god who has been tormenting her village and the surrounding ones for years.
I’m really excited about this book. Provided below are the links to purchase this book from Amazon and Book Depository. The link for Amazon, as always, is my affiliate link. Use that and I’ll get a small percentage of your purchase to help get more books and other things to improve my blog and Instagram. Currently I’m working on saving up to get some more props for photos. Recommend some of your favorite little trinkets to see in photos.
Thank you so much everyone for your continued support and I hope that you all join in! If you’ve already read this, feel free to join into the chats about it! Just remember to remain spoiler free until the final discussion!
I appreciate you all so much and I look forward to chatting with you all on discord! It’s an interesting thing and I’m excited to start using it!
Plan your week! Sit down right now and plan out your week. Whether you just make a to do list or go all out with stickers and drawings in a bullet journal. Sit down right now and plan it out. Make a list of everything you need to do this week and plan it out throughout the week. Spread things out so you aren’t stressing out. That’s what I’m going to do right now along with you!
Good morning everyone. I’m back!! And with an announcement.
Today I’m going to be announcing the second round of NewYearsathon!
NewYearsathon is a readathon that I cohost at the beginning of the year with Donna from @momsbookcollection
We did it last year and had a lot of fun kicking off the year right! I do hope that you all can join us this year!
January 1st (12:00am) to January 7th (11:59pm)
Those are the reading challenges for the readathon. Obviously when it says last year we mean 2019.
For make a bookish resolution, you choose one thing you’d like to accomplish by the end of the year and read a book that works toward that. It can be as simple as reading a certain number of books in 2020, finishing a series (so reading a book in that series), doing a challenge like Romanceopoly, or whatever you can think of.
If you need some ideas, I will be posting my 2020 reading goals soon. I’m not sure exactly when but it’ll be up soon so make sure you’re subscribed to my blog to be notified when that goes up.
And here are the photo challenges!
We are mainly on Instagram and you can follow the NewYearsathon Instagram here.
I do hope that you all get the chance to join us and kick off the year with a bang! Let me know in the comments if you plan on joining and/or any reading goals you have been thinking about for next year.
Thanks so much for joining me. I’ll see you all in my next post. Have a lovely day, drink some water, and take your medicine ❤️