It’s time for challenge 3 in this year long support for book bloggers. Created by the ladies at PagesUnbound I have committed to this because I enjoy being part of a great body of book lovers.
This month the challenge is to leave comments on ten different book blogger’s posts. I decided to make a blog post about this with links to the posts and book bloggers that I visited. This was actually harder than I anticipated because although I might comment on lots of blog posts, the interest is mine, while I wanted to make this post universal for other readers. So I chose posts more carefully to add to this list.
- Author Rennie St James runs a monthly book chat post which breaks down a chosen book. Rennie takes a sample of reviews of each book and discusses the book from a reader’s point of view and then from a writer’s point of view. February’s book was urban fantasy Urban Shaman by C.E. Murphy
- Book blogger Siena, posted about her reasons for quitting Instagram. Any social media platform has got to work for you and be enjoyable. She found it hard to drive traffic to her blog from Instagram. This can be a problem as you can’t have a live link to your blog from each Instagram post (like Twitter).
- Becky from Crooks Book Blog ask us about love triangles in books. Do you like them or not?
- Damyanti wrote a post that featured avid reader Kacee Jones Pakunpanya, who talks about how she found a way to work with her dyslexia so that she can still enjoy reading.
- Saturdays At The Cafe is a round up of the books that Jonetta from Blue Mood Cafe has added to her book shelf. There is always a great selection to tempt me.
- Davida wrote a #SixOnSunday post using books covers to show her support for #StandWithUkraine
- Sue has been running a month long feature on book sequels. This post is about Tom Williams and his historical fiction series based on a British spy during the Napoleonic wars.
- Karen from Booker Talk is joining in with #ReadingIrelandMonth22 her post talks about her 5 favourite Irish writers.
- Cathy from 746 books has more Irish themes. Her Six Degrees Of Separation post is Irish themed.
- Raging Fluff is also a co-host of Reading Ireland month. Here is an interesting post about two different books written about former slave Tony Small.
Read my introductory post here.
Plus my challenge 1 post: 10 Book Bloggers Whose Posts I Enjoy Reading here.
My challenge 2 post: 10 New-To-Me-book bloggers is here
What about you, do you try to leave comments on blog posts?