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Bella and Daph's Epic Review Month: Kick-Off

Hello! Welcome to the kick-off post for Bella & Daph's Epic Review Month! May has finally arrived, so our month of reading and reviewing can get started - and so can yours! :D

If you missed the announcement, basically, Daph from Loving Books and I are using May as a chance to read and review as many review books as we can, to get our review piles down to make room for all of the awesome new releases coming out in the next couple of months. We decided to make it a feature, so you can join in too! If you don't have review books - that's fine - just read as much as you can! :D For more info go here or here.

Here's what I'm planning on reading...
Unrest by Michelle Harrison
We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han
Struck by Jennifer Bosworth
Black Heart Blue by Louisa Reid
Rules of Attraction & Chain Reaction by Simone Elkeles
*whispers* And then I have some sneaky exceptions to the review only rule...
Fall For Anything by Courtney Summers
Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley

We have a tentative schedule for you, so you'll know who's posting what and when:
Wednesdays: Q&As - with other bloggers about reading and reviewing!
Fridays and Saturdays: Weekly wrap-up days! This is where you'll link up reviews and check-up posts, etc.
Friday 11th: Readathon #1 - the whole weekend - join in when you can!
Saturday 19th: Readathon #2 - mini 24hrs for anyone who can't join in the first one.
Sat 26th & Sun 27th: Reviewathon - to catch up with all those pesky reviews :D

Sound good? We hope so! If you're still not sure, we have giveaways planned too, just in case you need that extra incentive ;P So...
Once you're all signed up and you've grabbed the button from below (not necessary, but you know, sharing is good and all that ;P ) then you can get reading! We'll have weekly check ups for you all, so you can see how we are doing, and we're hoping you'll link up reviews and any weekly check ups that you post throughout the month to keep us updated too! Check back here and at Loving Books too so you don't miss any posts, and most of all, HAVE FUN!! :D We'll see you soon! :D

Cheezyfeet Books

Next post: Q&A #1 - Cheezyfeet Books, Wednesday 2nd May.


  1. YAY that's really an awesome idea and I'm so glad to participate =)

  2. Just seen this today - cool idea! I'm in!


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