Ten Interesting Posts of the Week (7/30/17)

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. The Well-Thumbed Reader asks how you find new blogs to follow.
  2. Sincerely, a Lady talks about blogging as an INFP personality type.
  3. The Twilight’s Warden discusses his favorite Jane Austen adaptation.
  4. The Book Lover’s Blog lists blogging tips for new bloggers.
  5. Fire and Rain books ponders what makes a good contemporary novel.
  6. Forever and Everly shares what causes her to unfollow blogs.
  7. Interesting Literature lists 10 of the best Restoration plays everyone should read.
  8. Write though the Night discusses how YA contemporary falls short.
  9. A Frolic through Fiction explains why she does not want to work in journalism.
  10. I Wuv Books talks about why she does not review books.

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12 thoughts on “Ten Interesting Posts of the Week (7/30/17)

  1. A Lady says:

    Thank you for linking to me! That’s nice of you. I love your “The Ethics of Blogging post.” It’s so true that writing is stronger when it goes beyond the surface. I like that you make clear when you remark on blogging that there are different styles to people’s sites, but that there are basic truths about writing that will strengthen people’s voice. Encouraging & helpful. πŸ™‚

    I’m going to check out everyone else on this list. I hope you two have a happy Sunday. xx

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    • Briana says:

      Yes, I also enjoyed Krysta’s post on blogging! I definitely agree that I love to see supporting details in a blog post, even if it’s an opinion post. I want to know why that’s the blogger’s opinion! I also think that skills we learn in school are only useful if we do something with them outside of school–for something important to us, like running a fun blog!

      Happy Sunday!

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