book bridge submissions

Building “The Book Bridge”: Call for Submissions #1!

I got enough positive feedback on my “review share” proposal last month that I’m moving forward with it! The project’s name is subject to change, but for now, it’s

The Book Bridge: Connecting Each Other to Great Reads

Let’s review the details:

What I’d like to do is invite you to share the book you were most excited about during the last month, whether brand-new or backlist! It’s an opportunity to broadcast your enthusiasm to readers who might not have had the chance to hear about it before, and ideally, it will widen the conversation about books you want to keep talking about.

NOTE: This is NOT limited to book bloggers. If  you talk about books on social media, Goodreads, or some other non-commerce site, you’re invited to join in!

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The form to submit the book that most excited you during June is embedded in this post. I’m collecting the submissions using Gravity Forms, a WordPress plugin, for the first time. It offered me some setup options that Google Forms didn’t, but we’ll see how it works out!

I will keep this up as a sticky post until July 15, and then I’ll put together a post that includes all the submissions during the following week.

Thanks for joining in, and I’m really looking forward to seeing the books you have to share!

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  1. I’ll come back next week and link when my post for my favorite June book goes live.

  2. None of the books I read in June were spectacular but I’ll be looking forward to posting a July pick next month.

  3. I went ahead and listed a book I loved in June even though I’m on a break on my blog. Think I gave enough info. This is fun, Florinda! Good idea!!

  4. I just realized I reviewed the book I submitted on 7/3, though I read it in June, sorry about that. I’m looking forward to the rest of the picks.

    1. No, that’s not a problem at all! I’m asking about the book you were most excited about reading last month, regardless of when–or even if, since non-book bloggers are welcome–you reviewed it online. Thanks for joining in!