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What’s your name and where are you from: Hello! My name is Rose and I’m from Houston Texas!
What made you start blogging: I was prompted to start my blog by the amount of love and support I saw coming from other book bloggers! I had the urge to be apart of such a welcoming community and took the leap with my blog.
What is your blog about: My blog is about the love I hold for reading. I show that love through book reviews and bookish discussions!
What would you recommend to those who want to start blogging: For those who want to start off blogging I would recommend for them to show who they are! There’s a lot of blogs out there, so make sure you add your own little touch to your blog posts to make them unique! When you have a passion for what you blog about, that special something will pop up out of the blue- whether that’s the way you phrase things to the way you layout your blog!
How much would you say have changed since you’ve started blogging: Since I’ve started blogging, I’ve noticed that I have a greater appreciation for the books I read! Thanks to the book reviews I do, every book I pick up is now enhanced by the way I’ve learned to analyze the text and highlight the things that speak to me. Along with this, as I’ve continued to blog I gained a better (but not perfect) grasp on how to format my posts and make my blog more aesthetically pleasing.
What would you change about blogging: If I could change something about blogging it would definitely be the time aspect of it all. Sometimes I find it hard to squeeze time into my day/week to blog, and it makes me feel disappointed in myself when I don’t have the time to blog as often as I would like.
What would you add to make blogging better: Blogging is amazing as it is, but to make it even better I would implement a way to meet more people. One of the perks of blogging is meeting people with similar interests, but sometimes this can be hard to do with just how many blogs are out there. It would be great to find an easy way to reach out to those people.