Time flies! March is already here, and so I thought I’d like to give you all an update on what is happening so far. First of all, if you’ll notice the top of my page, I now have a task bar where I’ve included a few pages for the Challenge:
Join The Challenge, Challenge Participants, and Contributing Reviews.
If you’re interested in seeing who is participating (and there are quite a few of us!), go check out the
***NOTE: For me to update your progress, and put a number next to your name- you MUST send me your updates and links to your reviews- how else will I keep track of you for our end of year prizes??***
At this point, I’d like to mention once again, that if you have any reviews you would like me to post up at my site, please forward them to:
I have set up a page just for
NOW FOR EVEN MORE EXCITING NEWS…
Have you ever met
Roberta and I share many of the same interests when it comes to reading and art and so you can imagine my delight when she announced she would be complementing my French Challenge with an art challenge of her own!
Are you ready for this…?
Roberta is proposing an ART JOURNAL for reading and reviews!! She calls it:
Basically, it is a journal that you can create to go along with your reading. You can post bits and pieces of info about what you’re reading and reviewing- or, if you’d like (that’s what I’m planning to do) is illustrate and artsy-it-up to create your own Art-Reading Journa! (
To start I will name my journal the French Historicals Oh-La-La Journal.
Look at the beautiful journal Roberta is working on. She has even placed the French Historicals button on hers!
This is the button for Roberta’s Art Reviewing Journal Challenge to place on your sidebar with link back to her-once you’ve joined at her site.
In addition, I will post my progress on this as well- and if some of you would like to share photos of this- again, please send them to:
and I’ll be sure to post your progress as well. Isn’t this exciting?!
So far I’ve read 3 books: The Night’s Dark Shade, Powder and Patch, and The Queen’s Dollmaker.
So, where are you upto in your reading?