Are you a massive book lover?
Do you constantly fall behind with latest releases?
Or miss out on readathons?
Or do you want to find more bookish creators?
Then, your prayers have been answered, because, on October 1st, the Bookshelf Magazine is launching!
Created by Harriet Rose, Bookshelf Magazine is dedicated to all things books, from going behind the scenes of the publishing industry to the latest book reviews, and everything in between!
Our aim is to be the go-to source for bookish content, across all genres. We’ll be publishing articles multiple times a week, and have a bi-annual, online ‘flip-through’ style magazine.
In the future, we’re also going to be expanding into other content, such as videos and podcasts, so everyone’s needs are going to be covered!
And, if that’s not enough, we’ll also be featuring your favourite bookish creators, including bookstagrammers, book bloggers and booktubers, as well as keeping you up to date with the latest readathon news, so you can keep up with the community.
Sounds like fun? Fantastic! We’ll see you on October 1st for our big launch!
Want to help out?
Even better! We’re always looking anyone who wants to help out!
We’re always looking for writers, so if you’re interested in writing for us, please don’t hesitate to contact us on twitter.
Or are you more of a video or podcast creator? Again, please don’t hesitate in contacting us, we have huge plans, so are looking for people to join that department!
Bookstagrammers, we’re also looking for you too! We need a lot photos of all things bookish, so if you wish to donate photos (with full credit, of course, as well as a huge shoutout too!), we’d be entirely grateful!
And lastly, but not at all the least importantly, donators.
Bookshelf Magazine has hosting and domain costs to get it up and running. So, if you would like to donate to help us get to our £100 goal, we would be incredible grateful for your help.
In the future, we will be creating a Patreon page to cover expenses, with some rewards for our donators, but we would love for you to donate to help us get up and running.
We’re so excited for this magazine, and we hope you are as well. We’ll see you on October 1st!
WOW NaNoWriMo Group Chat
Now, onto something completely different!
It’s September, we’re heading into Autumn, and that can only mean one thing – NaNoWriMo is coming! AH!
But, help is at hand for those who don’t want to go this alone!
With a group of friends, separate from Bookshelf Magazine, we’ve created a Discord chat, especially for people taking part in NaNo this year!
Everyone is welcome, it doesn’t matter how old you are, how experienced you are with writing (let alone NaNo) or what you are writing. If you’re taking part this year, you are more than welcome!
We intend for this to be a support group, where you can make writely friends, cheer on other’s achievements, and get help when you feel like giving up entirely.
And the best news is that it’s open right now! You can join up now, introduce yourself, make some friends, and get to know everyone before the start of the daunting month of November.
So if you’re taking part in NaNoWriMo this year and want to make writerly friends, or just don’t want to go it alone, we’re all here to support and talk.
Write Or Wrong, Let’s Have A Wrocking Wrimo!