Write On Review-a-Thon

Write On Review-a-Thon

How’s your TBR list? No, not that one. I’m talking about “to be reviewed.”

And your NetGalley ratio? How close are you to the coveted 80%?

Or do you have a busy week and need to get ahead on your editorial calendar?

If you answered “blergh,” “gah,” or anything with a curse to one of the above scenarios, the Write On Review-a-Thon is for you.

What is the Write On Review-a-Thon?

It’s a monthly challenge started by The Book Vixen where from Friday through Sunday, we all band together and write as many reviews as possible. It’s a weekend for you to either catch up on reviews or get ahead on upcoming ones. It doesn’t matter if you write one review or 10 – if you write a review, you’re in. 🙂

How Do You Participate?

  1. About a week ahead of time, I’ll post the signup.
  2. Create a blog or social post with a list of what you’re going to review, and include a link back to the signup post so others can join in.
  3. Add your review list’s URL to the linkup in the the signup post.
  4. Work on as many reviews as possible through the review-a-thon weekend.
  5. At the end of the weekend, either update your review list with your progress or create a new post that says what you got done.
  6. When the wrap-up post goes live on Monday, add the URL of your progress info to the linkup.

When are Review-a-Thons?

For the most part, they’ll be the last weekend of each month. The only exceptions will be if I won’t be around to run the show that weekend, and if you sign up for updates below, you’ll find out the alternate weekend at least a week ahead of the challenge.

Upcoming dates:

  • Friday, 9 / 25 – Sunday, 9/ 27see the results
  • Friday, 10 / 30 – Sunday, 11/ 1
  • Friday, 11 / 27 – Sunday, 11 / 29
  • Friday, 12 /18 – Sunday 12 / 20

Want to get notified about future review-a-thons? Sign up for emails below:

Sister Challenge: Be a Better Blogger

If you’ve got things on your to-do list besides reviews, there’s also the monthly Be a Better Blogger Challenge. It’s for all the other blog stuff, like updating your design, planning new posts, and improving your blog. 🙂 Some months will have themes, like coming up with new post ideas or improving your email marketing. Others will just be for whatever’s on your to-do list.