Recently, I have seen a lot of people on Twitter asking which books they should get for their children. This got me thinking – maybe a Junior Book Club linky would be a good idea?
The plan is: once a week, I’ll hold a linky which you can link your Junior book reviews to. This will allow you to share your thoughts with others, and people can browse for inspiration when they are looking for children’s books.
Their are no other limitations. The book can be for babies, toddlers or older kids. Parents with children of all ages can then browse the links to see which books other parents are recommending.
All I ask is that you include the title of the book in your linky title, and to please include my badge in your Junior Book Club blog post. This will enable readers to find the rest of the book reviews linked up that week.
The first linky will be live next Thursday (30th August), and every Thursday thereafter.
I hope you’ll join in.
What’s in it for you?
A linky is a great way to get more visitors to your site.
By joining in, anyone reading my Junior Book Club blog post will have the option of clicking a link to see your blog post.
By displaying the badge within your own blog post, your readers will be able to read the reviews other bloggers have linked up.
It is also a great way to find other blogs with similar interests to you.
How does it work?
You write your blog post and publish it as normal on your own blog (including my badge at the bottom of your post).
You then paste your MotherGeek Junior Book Club link into my linky tool, which will be on my own Junior Book Club blog post each Thursday.