We are in the midst of the July Comment Challenge, and the final month of the challenge is just around the bend! If you’re new around these parts or have never heard of it, the Summer 2017 Comment Challenge is hosted by Alicia at A Kernel of Nonsense and Lonna at FLYLēF. The hosts partner two bloggers and encourage them to get to know one another through their blogs and social media accounts and to leave comments on each other’s blogs throughout the month. Keep reading to see how we’re getting along during Month Two, and what we’re doing for the final month of the challenge.
What’s Going On?
Our July Comment Challenge partner is Maddie at Polaroid Books. Not only is Maddie an avid lover of books, she also loves music (One Direction and Florence + The Machine are a couple of her faves) and plays a mean guitar (a Baby Taylor Acoustic to be exact)! When she’s not falling in love with her fictional friends, she creating her own amazing and beautiful people. Maddie is definitely a fan of a good tag! Some of the cool one I came across were the Peculiar Book Tag and the Beauty and the Beast Book Tag, but my favorite one is the Happiness Tag because it is both simple and fun. All you have to do is choose the five things that make you happy! As you know, we signed up to provide at least 5 comments on Maddie’s blog, and we knocked that goal out of the park! It’s been fun exploring Polaroid Books, so we are obviously continuing the comment party.
When we start something, we finish it! This means we are definitely signing up for the August Comment Challenge. Like we’ve previously stated, we are in for commenting on at least 5 posts and getting social on Twitter, Pinterest, and Goodreads. If you want to partake in the festivities too, then SIGN UP by July 26th and link your post by the end of the month.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I’m Katisha, the wizard behind Reel Literature. As a longtime book nerd, I hate to see an amazing book spoiled by a lackluster movie. Join me as I read the books that have definitely been watered down and most likely ruined by Hollywood. With a lot of humor and a little snark, I share my thoughts on all things books and the movies they inspire. Find me in these internet streets on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram.