I really talk about a rather small change, and I’m hoping that it will make things less complicated, and will be no problems anymore.
If you don’t yet know what this challenge is about, please, click here!
Some problems were noticed with the link-ups, and at first I tried to fix it all, but then I thought about it, and I realized my system might be too complicated to begin with. So, I decided to delete the link-up pages that are shared on my page for the challenge, and simply share the posts on the page under the same titles.
It doesn’t make any complications on the participants’ side, if anything it makes it easier for you. From now on, the only thing you have to do when creating a post for the challenge is to link it back to my page The Untouched Bookshelf Challenge or simply write a comment to said page and state that you have a new post. After that, I’ll add your link to the page. This way every post made as part of the challenge will be reachable through one page. It won’t be more complicated for you, it will be only like 2 clicks more for me, and everybody will see everything at one place!
Of course, I added the posts already added to the link-up to the page. Nothing gets lost! 😉
I’m sorry for the inconvenience! I hope this will work out for everybody.
Another slight change: since I realized that creating a list with actual books might not be the best way for some readers to do this challenge, I changed the rules a tiny bit (though some already do it this way): if you don’t want to (or feel like you can’t) create a list with all of your books, it’s completely fine if you simply set a goal, like a number of books you want to read as part of the challenge. You can make a photo of the books, or simply state that you are gonna read *any number of* books. It’s your choice!
Note: I’ve finished my first book in the challenge, and the review is coming soon! 😉