Hi everyone, this isn’t the usual kind of thing I post but I wanted to share this article from The Irish Times with you all about book blogging and blogging in general really.
I know many of the people who read my blog are fellow bloggers so this may be of interest to you. You may find it interesting as a reader as well 😉
The article is written by Irish blogger Margaret Madden and refers to a backlash book bloggers received in 2017 from people believing they weren’t real readers.
“They’re not paid to review. They do it mostly because they enjoy discussing books with like-minded people.“
Book Bloggers are Real Readers – The Irish Times @elainehowlin_Tweet
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I love your journal! It’s gorgeous! ❤ ❤ ❤
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