+JMJ+ Since the main reason I blog is to find online friends to discuss books with, I'm always frustrated when I find an interesting blogger, leave lots of chatty comments on her blog, and then never…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Anthony Fox Jul 22, 2011.
+JMJ+ Several times--on this forum and on book blogs--I've read people counseling bloggers to ask another blogger's permission before linking to his post, even if you're linking to it because you…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Katy Walters Jul 10, 2011.
+JMJ+ Very recently, I read a discussion post by a blogger who was wondering why her reviews get the least amount of comments on her book blog and a tweet by another who had observed the same and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by susie wilson Jun 21, 2011.
+JMJ+ What do you think of this? I recently joined a popular meme/hop--the kind in which it's considered perfectly all right to leave a link directly back to your own participating post in other…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Word Nerd Feb 29, 2012.
Every Saturday, I write a post about a setting I really connected with in my reading. It's a great way to write about books that "work" without actually turning out a review. Everyone is free to link up a post! =)
I usually dedicate one Saturday a month to a theme challenge. If you check the link, you'll see the schedule.