This was my first year participating in the Bloggiesta. I already cannot wait until the next event!
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Fall Bloggiesta 2017
My schedule has been absolutely insane lately, and I’ve been slacking a bit here on my blog. When I saw the dates for this event (Thursday September 21st through Sunday September 24th), I was really worried about time… but I just had to participate in this great event!
Incredibly, I managed to complete all five of my goals!
1. Set Up Mobile View
This is something that Blogger usually defaults. Unfortunately, when I did my last major redesign, the mobile option was turned off. During Bloggiesta I took the time to get it up and running again. Unfortunately, it doesn’t follow the main theme of my web-based blog, but that’s okay with me. At least it is up!
2. Revamp Honest Review Page
Phew, working on this page was long overdue! I am always SO incredibly thankful when an author reaches out to me for an honest review exchange, but I definitely needed to make my rules a bit more clear to avoid any negative situations.
3. Create About Me Page
I’m so pumped that I finally have this page up! Click here to check it out!
4. Update Review Archive
I admit it, I totally slack off when it comes to updating this page. I really do try to update it at least weekly, but I hadn’t gotten around to it for a few months this time. It’s up to date now! Maybe next year I will make a goal to split this list up into different categories.
5. Update My Favorite Bookish Accounts List
This was another update that I have been meaning to get to, but just keep pushing off. I follow SO many absolutely incredible bloggers, but this list is reserved for the accounts that I check daily (when my crazy schedule allows of course!).
The Bloggiesta Twitter Chat
During Bloggiesta, I also participated in the Twitter chat on Saturday and had a great time talking with:
- Because Reading
- Pages Unbound
- Literary Apothecary
- Poetry and Book Reviews of a Young Artist
- The Ghastly Grimoire
Thanks for reading!
My question to you all: How do you organize your review archives?