2019 Book Blog Discussion Challenge Sign-Up

December 10, 2018 Book Blog Discussion Challenge, Challenges 86

The 2020 Book Blog Discussion Challenge Sign-Up is now live!

Welcome to the 2019 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! This challenge has been SO successful these last four years that we decided to bring it back!

So often, we book bloggers mean to post more discussions on our blogs, but we just don’t quite get around to it. Well, we wanted to give everyone a little motivation to keep the discussions going, plus give us a place to link up our discussions so that more people will see our precious words of wisdom (or … you know … our GIF-filled rants).

I hope you’ll join us for this challenge and pledge yourself to posting more discussions in this upcoming year. I promise we’ll have lots of fun talking together! We’ve found that the Discussion Challenge is its own little community

Here’s All You Have to Do:

  • Create a sign-up post announcing your intention to participate and link up below. There’s no need to say what your discussion posts will be about–just tell us you’re joining and let us know your goal. (Can be in an update post or a post with other challenges–you’re not required to make a completely separate sign-up post.)
  • Please link back to both challenge hosts and include the challenge button in your sign-up posts.
  • The challenge runs from January 1st until December 31st, 2019. Sign-ups will remain open through December 31st, 2019. (So, you can sign up all year long! Come join us!)
  • Share it! The more people we get to participate in this, the more awesome discussions we can all be a part of and the more fun it will be! So, invite your friends to join us!
  • Discussions can be about whatever you want as long as it’s relevant to books or book blogging (no discussions about things that are completely off-topic like travel or fashion, etc). They can also be about you personally if it’s a get-to-know-you type post.
  • On the 1st of every month, a link-up will go up on both Feed Your Fiction Addiction and It Starts at Midnight where you’ll leave your links for that month’s discussions. Every month, we’ll update this 2019 Book Blog Challenge Page with the links to that month’s Challenge linky–so you’ll always know where to find the latest link-up!
  • There will also be monthly giveaways, so make sure you check in!
  • Every month, we’ll feature our favorite posts from one challenge participant. There will be extra options in the Rafflecopter for commenting on posts by our featured blogger.
  • Use the hashtag #LetsDiscuss2019 to share your progress and connect with other participants on Twitter.
  • Have questions? Feel free to ask in the comments!

The Levels:

1-10 – Discussion Dabbler
11-20 – Creative Conversationalist
21-30 – Chatty Kathy
31-40 – Terrifically Talkative
41+ – Gift of the Gab

I’m shooting for Terrifically Talkative this year.

Monthly Link-up & Giveaway Posts:


Use the Linky Below to Sign Up!

Credits for elements used in button: Tracey Monette, Clever Monkey Graphics, B2N2 Scraps, Sweet Digi Scraps, Harper Finch

86 Responses to “2019 Book Blog Discussion Challenge Sign-Up”

  1. LuAnn Braley

    Yeah, I know I had an epic fail on this challenge last year, but I’ve already picked questions for each month, so I’m hoping that will help me this year.

  2. Lindsi

    I’m definitely doing this in 2019! I posted a few discussion posts this year, and I really enjoyed seeing people’s responses. We’re all so different, so we obviously have different perspectives on the same topic. It’s great! I really want to do it more often, and I think this challenge is perfect. I cannot wait to participate!

    Check out my 2018 End of the Year Giveaway! Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? ?

  3. Jane

    I didn’t do so well with this last year. :/ I really struggled with blog posts in general. Thus, I’m going for “Creative Conversationalist” again, because that would challenge me to come up with at least one topic per month. 😀

  4. Alys

    I’ll be entering this again maybe around March, and hopefully, I am done fixing my blog by then! I missed doing this challenge! 🙂 – Book Huntress

    • Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

      Lists are totally fine, as long as there’s SOME substance to them. I don’t even mind when people link up Top Ten Tuesday posts if they mention why each book is on their list. (If it’s JUST a picture of ten covers or a list of ten titles with no further description, that’s pushing it). Honestly, we’re pretty relaxed about what’s able to be included in the challenge because we want to include as many people as possible!

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