Challenge Host Interview Series with Marsha and Us!

Challenge Host Interviews Series #20

Thank you to Marsha Ingrao from Always Write for including our group’s ‘What’s On Your Bookshelf’ in her Challenge Interview Series today.

Donna, Jo, Sue and I, as co-hosts of What’s on Your Bookshelf challenge are honoured to be included in this series.

What's on your bookshelf co-host badge
What’s on your bookshelf co-hostbadge

It was fun sharing our stories and answering Marsha’s questions about how we met, how we read, how our challenge started in the first place and how it runs. You can see a sample of the interview below but you need to read the whole thing here:

Always Write Challenge Interview Series #20

Marsha’s continued support and recognition of other bloggers is much appreciated and we hope you enjoy this post.

In Marsha’s words:

Today I welcome Debbie – Deb’s World, Donna –Retirement Reflections, Jo – And Anyways, Sue – Women Living Well After Fifty as my guest challenge hosts of “What’s on Your Bookshelf?” Good thing they don’t want to know “What’s in My Wallet?” That could be embarrassing.

A few sample questions from Marsha’s interview with us with snippets of our answers.

Q: How did you connect? 

A: We all met through our blogs. Sue previously co-hosted a weekly blog linkup series Midlife Share the Love. Most of us connected there.

Bookclub baking January 2022
Bookclub baking January 2022 in matching aprons!

Q: Tell us about your bookshelves? Do you buy books, shop at antique stores, order Kindle copies, go to the library, borrow from a friend, or acquire them some other way?

A: We each have slightly different styles. Sue predominantly downloads online books. Donna typically borrows from the library. Jo is a combo of all of the above and owns more cookbooks than anyone else that we know. Deb also employs a combination of all of the above, including the occasional audiobook thrown in for good measure – sometimes even at 1.3x speed!

Q: What is your purpose in hosting the challenge? 

A: What’s on Your Bookshelf is not just for book reviews, the goals of WOYBS are to keep it simple, share the love of books and reading and inspire others with great book recommendations.

Continue reading more of Marsha’s post here.

Wakeup Wednesday 2022
Wakeup Wednesday 2022

Marsha’s continued support and recognition of other bloggers is much appreciated and we hope you enjoy this post. She is one amazing blogger so go check out her blog! It’s amazing what you can do in the world of blogging.

You’re amazing too – and don’t you forget it!

Deb 🙂

Note: Comments are closed on this post, as I’d like to encourage you to pop over to Marsha’s blog where I look forward to chatting with you!

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Coming up….

The first WOTY (Word of the Year) link party is going live on Friday 28 January at 9am (AEDT) and Thursday pm in the Northern Hemisphere. Feel free to join us and tell us how your WOTY is going so far – one month in!

You can read my post where I share my WOTY for 2022 here and I’ll be doing a monthly post sharing how it’s going throughout the year. I’m thinking the link party will help me stay on track!

WOTY co-host
WOTY link party co-host

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Debbie - mother of a 40 year old

Everyone has a story to tell! Deb is a young-at-heart & active 60+ blogger/retiree, after being made redundant from her 22-year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre (jail). She now spends her time reading, blogging, riding her ebike and travelling. Deb was awarded a Bravery Award from the Queen when she was 17 after a tragic accident – a definite life changing moment! She is married with 3 grown-up daughters & has 4 grandchildren. She never imagined being Granny Debs would bring so much joy to her life! You can read more of Deb’s story here

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