Getting Down to It

I have posted five comments today! One goal achieved! You are going to ask me where, right? OK, my five comments today were left at:

MotherReader - where I signed up for the 2010 Comment Challenge and thanked her for the opportunity.

Lee Wind – where I thanked Lee for partnering with MotherReader on the Comment Challenge and giving us the opportunity to meet new people.

Maw Books Blog – where I signed up for the Boggiest and thanked her for the opportunity.

There’s a Book – where I got involved in a Bloggiesta mini-challenge and learned about creating a cheat sheet for my blog and thanked him for the template.

The Book Lady’s Blog – where I got involved in another Bloggiesta mini-challenge to think about my goals for my blog in 2010 and commented about how I  am already completely overwhelmed.

I am happy it is Friday night and Shabbat will allow me to relax just a bit. But before I light the candles, here are a couple goals for 2010:

  1. Finish the forwords Catalog of Jewish Books and get it up on the website and let the Jewish community know it is there and updated in the next two weeks.
  2. Target a Jewish Value each month and find secular books that support it. Feature those books and write a blog about the value and how the books support it.
  3. Work on my Amazon affiliate program and see if I might generate a bit of income through book sales.
  4. Attend the 2010 kidlitosphere Conference. Meet some the incredible people writing these amazing blogs.

I am sure there will be more,  I haven’t even touched the social networking stuff yet. But let’s leave it here for now.

Happy Reading,

Kathy B.

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3 Responses to “Getting Down to It”

  1. One of my goals is to attend the kidlit conference as well. Wouldn’t it be wonderful?! Welcome to the Bloggiesta! Glad you join in.

  2. Welcome to the bloggiesta, and thanks for your comments on my blog. Best of luck meeting your blogging goals in 2010!

  3. Erika says:

    I really like the idea of taking a value and finding books around that theme. I had wanted to do a similar idea for my Christmas advent this past year, but I didn’t get it done. Maybe I’ll look at doing it for Kwanzaa next year.


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