Post Challenge: Week 3

Hosted by Bookish Ardour, here’s a blurp I’ve excerpted from the topics section of her blog in regards to this challenge:

In an effort to consistently create content on BA I thought I would take part in a 30 day blogging challenge… At first I thought why not do that for 30 weeks and then realized that was close to six months, so why not 26 weeks instead? Then I thought what if other bloggers want to have a challenge to keep up with blogging, but also don’t want to blog every single day? This is why I have come up with the 26 Posts Book Blog Challenge and am sharing it with everyone. This challenge has a focus on books, book blogs, and personal topics scattered throughout.

Interested? Check out her blog here.

This week’s topic:

Disgruntled Blogging: What are some of the cons you’ve discovered when it comes to blogging?

Oh goodness where to begin? 🙂

Honestly, I guess the biggest “con” to blogging is to come up some unique posts, or better yet find something to blog about. Fortunately this being a book blog it’s a little simpler, you just have to remember to post something about the book you’ve read, keep things simple- KISS rule? But I know with other blogs I maintain (past & present) it’s just a matter of figuring out when to keep things going or when to call it quits, to remember not to use real names and to choose an appealing topic people might be able to relate to.


About Black ' n Write Reviewer

Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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