We interrupt our regular schedule to bring you this post.
I recently got back into bookstagram. I have been trying to keep to a schedule (Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday posts, which are a lot less than other bookstagram accounts) but things have been going a bit haywire since I came across the challenges people post.
Challenges when it comes to bookstagram are not so much competitions. They are more goals for the month. I was confused the first time I came across the term before I realised that it was much like the memes over on tumblr.
Last month, a couple of the bookstagram accounts I follow were hosting a #summerlovingbooks challenge. The themes for the days seemed like something I could do, it seemed fun, so I thought, why not take part.
Me being me, I fell behind. But I am still trying to participate, catch up on all the days I missed. And yeah, I’m a month late for a lot of them, but I think some of the pictures would also fall under these two other August challenges I am eying (#athomeaugust & #augustlibrary17) so my posts this month are going to be – fun, I hope.
I think every bookstagrammer should try to take part in a challenge. Whether they do it for the full month, or just a few days – it is fun, it allows more interaction with other accounts, and honestly, it gives you more ideas on what pictures to take. Or at least it does for me.
This has actually gotten a friend of mine and I discussing creating a challenge of our own. #nayaranovembernovels maybe? Watch this space for more information on that.