Do you have any blogging confessions?
The idea is to remember the positive things that happen to us during the week in the book blogging community. Next week, we'd love for you to share SOMETHING NICE ANOTHER BLOGGER DID FOR YOU. Not what you did for someone else, but somebody helping you out. Like a gratitude journal kind of thing.
A few examples:
1) Someone shared on their blog or via social media one of your posts.
2) Someone left a comment for you that really made your day.
3) Someone discussed a book with you on social media after you mentioned you were reading it or wanting to talk about it.
4) Someone liked or commented on your Goodreads status or review.
5) Another blogger sent you some bookish mail out of the goodness of their hearts.
6) You met up IRL with another blogger and they became a new awesome friend.
7) Another blogger made you feel better when you were having a bad day or made you laugh and laugh and laugh.
You get the idea! Come back next Thursday and one of the moderators will start the post and you guys leave comments with your Positive Interaction you want to share from the week! This can be from any blogger - THEY DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GROUP FOR THIS. We're spreading the good vibes. We hope you will join us.
- I'm Lost in BooksBook Reviewer, 2009 - present
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