Dec 29, 2016

Winter 2017 Comment Challenge: January Partners

Winter 2017 Comment Challenge: January Sign-up

Lonna @ FLYLēF and Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense would first off like to thank everyone participating in the Winter 2017 Comment Challenge for the month of January. We’re so excited to bring this challenge back and hope you enjoy connecting with other bloggers. For those who’ve signed up, we have a couple of reminders as well as the official list of January Comment Challenge partners. If for any reason, you signed up and are unable to participate, please inform either of your hosts asap, so we can make other arrangements. If you didn’t sign-up for January, but would like to participate in February, look for our sign-up post to go up on January 2nd. Sign-ups are open until January 26th. We look forward to your participation. Let’s start the new year off by spreading lots of comment love and make meaningful connections with other book bloggers.

NOTE: Any changes made to January's Comment Challenge partners will be reflected in this post.


Link Your Post

January Link-up: be sure to create a sign-up post before the month is out, letting everyone know that you will be participating. As always, please visit other participants’ sign-up posts and cheer them on. Please note, the final day to add your link will be December 31st. Your sign-up post now counts toward the giveaway. If you've created a post or plan to, be sure to check the Rafflecopter option.



At the end of March two participants will be selected to win a book of their choice worth up to $20 (INT). Details and Rafflecopter link are below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

  • Giveaway ends March 31st 2017
  • Open internationally as long as Book Depository ships to you
  • Two (2) lucky winners will win one book of their choice worth up to $20 USD
  • Winners will be emailed and will have 72 hours (3 days) to respond or another winner will be chosen
  • Prizes will be fulfilled within 2 weeks. For newer releases, prizes will be fulfilled 2 weeks from the book’s release date.


Comment Partners


Kathryn @ The Book Date + Sarah @ The Old Shelter

Maggie @ The Bookkeeper's Secrets + Ashley @ Inside My Minds

Cassidy @ Quartzfeather + Lori @ Pure Imagination

Claudia @ Within The Pages Of A Book + Lonna @ FLYLēF

Rebecca @ My Infernal Imagination + Brittaina @ Tanya Goffy

Chrissi @ Chrissi Reads + Mary @ Books In Her Head


Lisa @ Lisa Loves Literature + Lili @ Utopia State of Mind

Anne @ My Head Is Full of Books + Hannah @ The Book Thief Without Words

Lauren @ Always Me + Lia @ Lost In A Story

Holly @ Nut Free Nerd + Tanya @

Chelsea @ My Blogging Dinosaur + Cec @ Yellow Eccentricity

Jennifer @ Jenni's Nook + Closet Readers @ Closet Readers

Lu @ Girl Who Reads Blog + Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense

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