Who can sign up for the Australian Women Writers 2013 challenge? Everyone: male, female, reader, writer, teacher, librarian, bookseller, publisher, Australian and non-Australian. You don’t have to be a Australian female writer and you certainly don’t have to be a professional reviewer. This challenge started among book bloggers, avid readers who share their love of books online, and anyone who wants to share their love of books is welcome to participate. (Tips on writing reviews can be found here.)
Whether you decide to read and review, or read only, please fill in the Google form below.
If you have a blog, please display the AWW 2013 “badge” (above right) on the sidebar of your blog, with a link back to this page. You can download the badge by right-clicking on the image and saving to your hard-drive before uploading to your site.
Whether you’re reading and reviewing, or reading only, there are a number of ways you can participate in the challenge. Share your reading and/or reviews:
You can also join in, whether or not you’re formally signed up, by visiting and commenting on people’s review pages and blogs. You’ll find lists of books reviewed both for 2012 and 2013 on the AWW Review Listings page.
Once you’ve signed up, you should see your name, along with the names of other participants, here. (You’ll need to scroll down.) When you’ve written a review, add your link here. For essays, articles and interviews or other non-review AWW-related posts, you can add links here.
Level of challenge: read only, or read and review
Stella: read 4 – if reviewing, review at least 3
Miles: read 6 – if reviewing, review at least 4
Franklin: read 10 – if reviewing, review at least 6
Create your own challenge: nominate your own goal
AWW’s review policy can be found here.