At the end of september, I posted about how the amazing Nori created the Book Blogger Creativity Project. Now, at presque the end of october, it’s time to see how I did!
Let’s take a look at the initial bucket list, shall we?
- Cross post all reviews (EW, GR, LT, Amazon)
- Get one month ahead on all posts
Use more photography in posts
ALWAYS double-check and triple-check posts for spelling, grammar, etc
Take my Netgalley approval ratio up to 85%.
Make new friends & interact more with other blogs
- Engage more on Twitter
- Reply on all the comments without fail.
Make a dent in my Netgalley e-ARC pile (covers eyes) Try to manage time between blogging, reading, school and life efficiently
- Host at least one guest writer on my blog.
- Try out more bookish challenges.
Yikes! Not as well as I’d hoped when I set out to do this. 🙁 Does being on vacation count as an excuse?
Cross Posting and Scheduling
*nervous laugh* What can I say? I suck at this.
Photography and Blog-hopping
I started with sharing some pics from my vacations, and I’m probably going to start including pics in reviews too, if I have the book in paperback or a hardcover. As for blog-hopping, I did go browing, but I wasn’t very good at commenting, though. I’m going to change that.
Engaging more on Twitter and replying on all the comments without fail
Hmm considering I didn’t participate of any chats, and haven’t caught up on all the comments, these I definitely have to work on.
Hosting at least one guest writer on my blog and trying out more bookish challenges
*more nervous laugh*
So… as you can see, I didn’t put much conscious effort into crossing out all those goals, but hey, I’ll get there. And to all my team Lilac peeps, I hope you did better than I did! 😀