Top Ten Bookish Goals For 2015 (86)

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Top Ten Bookish Goals For 2015

BOOKISH

  1. Request less books so I can get to the bottom of the endless to-review pile.
  2. Paradoxically, start approaching more publishers for review books. I’ve been blogging for over 2 years and I’ve never only just this December approached a publisher to ask for a hard copy (the companies I worked with previously approached me!!). Time to pull on my big girl pants and approach some big names, if they’ve got books I like the look of.
  3. Read more books straight off the shelf.
  4. Read more books in general. In 2014 I only read 60. I am aiming for 80 books in 2015. With a full-time job I hope this will be doable. I’m not a fast reader.
  5. Read more Australian books – my new Project Tomorrow, re-reading John Marsden’s Tomorrow When the War Began series will help with this!

BLOGGING

  1. Format all my old reviews into the new style since becoming self-hosted.
  2. Blog less often – so I have more time to read! I am implementing a new schedule for 2015 where I will try to post every two days, rather than every day.
  3. Keep growing my subscribers. I made the 500 blog followers, 500 Booklikes followers, 200 Facebook fans and 100 Bloglovin followers goal that I set for 2014, but I still want to get 400 Twitter followers and 100 Tumblr followers.
  4. Try to become more of a part of the Australian YA blogging scene. It’s hard because we don’t have cool events where I live, so I won’t get to meet fellow bloggers. But I want to cultivate my relationships with other Aussie YA bloggers so I don’t feel so alone.
  5. Try to be more original! I’ve started a Page 2 Screen feature, but I want to take part in less memes in 2015. I still want to occasionally take part in Top Ten Tuesday, Waiting on Wednesday, and Stacking the Shelves, but I want to fill the other days with original content and ideas, and do more discussion posts!

Nemo
Nemo

About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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3 thoughts on “Top Ten Bookish Goals For 2015 (86)

  1. Eilonwy

    I’m glad to have helped you reach the 500 followers mark here! Happy 2015, and I’m looking forward to seeing ALL your reviews this coming year!

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