Monthly wrap up posts seemed to help keep me on track last year, so going to try them again this year.
Didn't make my reading goal last year, so lowered it from 100 to 75 books. In order to meet my Goodreads goal, I need to read 6.25 books per month. Not a good start because I only read 1 book this month:
- The Stolen by Bishop O'Connell
Have updated my perpetual To-Do list again! I was a little surprised to discover that I hadn't backed-up my blog since last January and hadn't updated my Reviews Page since April. I also had to catch up on cross-posting my reviews to Goodreads and Amazon, which I hadn't done since April. Oops!
Started the month off strong, then got sidelined by the flu. Once I was back on my feet, jumped back into the blogosphere and am trying to visit at least five blogs a day and leave comments.
I took part in the 31 Day Blogging Challenge hosted by Parajunkee and learned quite a few things. Have some new tools to use while trying to improve and grow my blog. I've been thinking about her suggestion to recycle old posts and think I'm going to do this by promoting older reviews on my social media accounts. Maybe feature one a week so I'm not spamming everybody?
I've also been playing around with the time I schedule my posts, but I'm not sure it makes a difference. I know it doesn't matter to me as a blog reader since I follow most blogs via Bloglovin, but maybe it will have an impact on my social media accounts.
Decided to focus on my Facebook Page and Tsu account instead of spreading myself too thin by trying to keep up with them all. Have to admit that I've never quite gotten the hang of Google+ and never seem to be on Twitter at the right time, so am scaling back.
Speaking of Facebook, can anyone recommend some good groups for book bloggers? I joined a couple of groups that looked promising, but no one seems willing to help the other group members and just keep promoting their own pages/blogs. I'd love to join a supportive group where we would like or share things on our Facebook pages!
Here's to a great February!