Celebrate National Reading Month – Read with Me! #SignUp

March is National Reading Month and I invite you to “Read with Me” and share your love of reading by:

  1. Create a post about reading. Why do you read? Who taught you to read? Where is your favorite reading spot? What do you read? What is your favorite book? Who is your favorite book character? Or a topic about reading that is unique to YOU!
  2. Include the supplied banner/button on your blog sidebar for the month of March.
  3. Share your link on social networks and/or in your subscriber newsletter.
  4. Consider doing a giveaway of your favorite ebook to a random commenter. (NOT A REQUIREMENT – just a suggestion!)

There is a selection of buttons and banners below. Please forgive my meager artistic ability. Be sure to include one in your sidebar menu and link it back to the landing page. (Link found at bottom of signup page under the signup link!) If you don’t link back, visitors will NOT be able to “hop” from your blog to the next one!

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, please coment below or message me on Twitter (@MsFelicia) or Instagram (@fle_d)!


Use the link below to access the Linky tools signup! (New browser will open) It will be easier for blog visitors if you sign up using the URL link directly to your reading post! If you choose to use your main URL, PLEASE make sure a link to your special post on reading is prominently posted!



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16 thoughts on “Celebrate National Reading Month – Read with Me! #SignUp

  1. I don’t read books, I eat them. In seventh grade I read every book in the seventh grade library, including a thousand page tome called “The Friendly Arctic.” In high school I spent three entire days in the library one summer reading the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings cover to cover. I suffered in silence waiting for the Raven King to finally come out. I’ve read all the “Outlander” novels and will suffer in silence until the next one comes out, too. Decided to catch up on Pulitzer Prize winners and tore through two. Really, it’s a problem. When I love a book, I’m obsessive about reading it and don’t get much else done.

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    1. I was that way in my youth and read all of Shakespeare, the Sherlock Holmes collection, and every fairy tale I could find until I discovered courtroom dramas and women’s fiction. Now, I’m just all over the genre-map.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!


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