Ruth Ayres has a link-up on Saturdays where people link to posts that are celebrations about their week. I was wanting to reflect on positive things in my life and this looks like a great way to do it. This week I am reflecting on the whole year rather than just this past week.
In February, a fun event was the picture book non-fiction 10 for 10. I couldn't stop with 10, so had a second post that was middle grade and young adult non-ficiton.
May was a slower month on my blog with the school year wrapping up, but I did participate in Armchair BEA and that was a learning experience. It was great to interact with other bloggers.
June was a relaxing month once school was finished and here is a post about an ordinary June day.
August was a great time with Teacher's Write and BookBootCamp. There was so much to learn this summer and a ton of fun. September was when I really kicked in with writing book reviews.
The month of November was devoted to National Novel Writing Month. The first year I wrote a contemporary novel about a middle school girl, last year it was a young adult novel with two voices (one of which was written in verse) and this year, I wrote a middle grade book. Once again my daughter participated and it was a lot of work, but we laughed through much of it.
In December I have been working on my Nerdlution and I got to attend TIES, a technology conference in MN. This very nerdybookclub year is drawing to a close. It has been amazing!