Armchair BEA 2016 has come to a close. This was only my second year joining in,
so I had a bit of a challenging time yet again just keeping up with everything.
This is in no way a reflection on the event or its organizers, rather I simply
didn’t give myself enough time to prepare posts and also visit (more of) the many
participants who joined in this fun event. That said, even though I didn’t get
to write things out as I’d have liked (or explored some of the topics chosen as
thoroughly), it’s great to participate.
you all so much for putting
this event together. For those of us who don’t get to the actual event, this “armchair
adventure” is a lovely way to be a part of something tailored for book lovers
around the world. I appreciate all of the work and effort you put into making
this event a success.
were participating in a Twitter chat (I’ve not joined that platform of Armchair
BEA before) and talking about book covers or design (day two, aesthetics). Like
I said I didn’t write as thorough posts as I’ve have liked, but that’s okay! I
got some thoughts out there, and who knows, perhaps this will be the launch of more such posts.; ideally, I would really like to write some more
discussion posts. Now, I simply need to sit down and write them.
new blogs as I’d have like ergo I didn’t find as many Favorite Posts as I otherwise might have. That said, I did meet Elizabeth and
Gabriella through this event and my blogging friend, Miranda also joined in
this year’s Armchair BEA event which was lovely.
of my Armchair BEA week on Finding Wonderland.