2022 “Support Book Bloggers” Challenge: September Check-in


This year, Pages Unbound is hosting a challenge to support and promote book bloggers through sharing posts, commenting on posts, and otherwise recognizing book bloggers. If you would like more information on how it works or how to join in, read the introduction post here.

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Again, you can do the tasks in any order you like, but September’s “official” task was to Write a guest post on another blog or host a guest post on your blog.

I completely failed to do this. I haven’t written a lot of posts for my own blog lately due to time constraints, and when I asked on Twitter if anyone was interested in guest posting here at Pages Unbound, there was no response.

We do always host guest posts in March for our Tolkien Reading Event, however, so we had a couple this year, and if you ever want to guest post about Tolkien in the future, be sure to keep an eye out for sign-ups in the upcoming years!

October’s Challenge: READ 10 BLOG POSTS AND “LIKE” THEM

This is the simplest way to support book blogs — read them! — but sometimes we get busy, and this falls by the wayside. So take the time to read 10 posts and leave a “like” is possible. Extra: comment on them, as well.

I’m pretty sure we can all find time to do this! Bonus points if you keep a list of posts you liked and share the list with the rest of us at the end of month.


Happy blogging!

7 thoughts on “2022 “Support Book Bloggers” Challenge: September Check-in

  1. Rosie Amber says:

    I failed too, I had one guest drafting a post for me about a literary event, but life got in the way and she’s currently in the process of moving house and we all know how time consuming that can be. It may still come about, but I didn’t have a back-up post either.


  2. Celeste | A Literary Escape says:

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