I’ve been participating in and blogging for the Australian Women Writers Challenge for longer than I’ve been blogging right here. It’s a challenge that means a lot to me, not only has it introduced me to the wonderful world of blogging, it’s also brought a whole lot of fabulous people, bloggers, authors, and readers alike, into my life. This year, I read and reviewed 99 books. My target was 80, so I’m thrilled to have surpassed this well and truly. Throughout the year I’ve done a series of check-in posts so as to minimise my end of year wrap up task. I’ll continue with these next year, they’ve proved their worth and they’re a great way for me to recap as I go. Instead of listing all 99 books, I’ll just direct you to the checkpoint posts below:
#aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 1
#aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 2
#aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 3
#aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 4
#aww2018 Challenge Checkpoint 5
Since the checkpoint 5 post, I’ve read and reviewed three more books for the challenge:
I’ve already signed up for #aww2019, sticking with my annual goal of 80 books. It’s a good target, no need to change what’s working well! If you’d like to participate in the Australian Women Writers Challenge for 2019, you can do so by signing up here.