Nicole and I had a wee bit of Google Doc difficulty, and while I am sure she has something lovely to say here, I am just going to pretend I know what it is, and nod at her sage words of wisdom.
The winner of our December discussion challenge giveaway was Jessica @ a GREAT read! She got to choose any 2020 release, and she chose a book that Nicole hasn’t told me about yet . Hope you love whatever it is, Jess!!
- If you don’t know what this challenge is all about or haven’t signed up yet (but want to), head on over to the challenge sign-up page to learn more!
- Even if you’d rather not join, we hope you’ll stop by occasionally to check out the MANY discussion posts that are being linked up here – there’s lots of great discussions going on!
- Looking for even more inspiration, or want to see some discussion posts as an example? Check out the discussion posts on Feed Your Fiction Addiction or It Starts at Midnight!
Featured Posts/New Rafflecopter Entries!
This year, we’re switching it up a bit! First, we’re adding a new entry to the Rafflecopter: Comment on either of our monthly link-up posts telling us about a discussion you’ve particularly enjoyed this month, and grab yourself some extra entries!
Our post of the month for January (as chosen by Random.org) is Laura @ Boats Against the Currents’ “How My Reading Has Changed Over The Past Decade.” Commenting on that post gives you FIVE extra entries in the giveaway (if you already commented, that counts too!).
Also remember that there’s a new entry to the Rafflecopter: Comment on either of our monthly link-up posts telling us about a discussion you’ve particularly enjoyed this month, and grab yourself some extra entries!
For the February giveaway, you can choose any book with a romance!
As always, the giveaway is open to anyone that The Book Depository ships to (or, if TBD doesn’t ship to you, you could choose an ebook!) up to a $17 value.
Make sure to link up all of your February discussion posts here. This linky and the February giveaway will be open until March 7th (to give people a little extra time to link up – just in case you’re disorganized like we are). If, by some chance, you forget to link up a post this month, you can add it to next month’s linky (but no duplicates, please).
Go forth and discuss!