Did you know you know #FF is short for #FollowFriday? A Twitter trend created by Twitter users as a shout out, a show of appreciation, a nice thing to do. Each Friday, you recommend Twitter profiles that you appreciate and enjoy to all of your followers. This week I’ve decided to bring the Follow Friday feeling to my blog, too, a
nd dedicate this post to the top posts or bloggers I’ve read this week.
Going forward this also means, that if you want me to consider your blog, or a particular post, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org – if you want me to mention you that week, please make sure to email me before Wednesday @8pm (UK time). Oh and to make things easier on me, please write “Follow Friday” in the subject field.
Without further ado, here’s top blog posts I’ve read this week:
In the UK we love national days (not to be confused with national holidays). Which basically means, that each day of the year has a theme. My personal favourites are pancake day, and read a book day.
The awesome Gerry @ The Book Nook UK made a post about this, which you can and should read right here
As bloggers we all experience a bit of insecurity or doubt every now and then. Clo @ Tea, Talks and Thoughts has bravely decided to share hers, which you can read about here
Leslie @ BOOKS ARE THE NEW BLACK has decided to share her crafty side with us, and as someone who’s seriously lacking talent in this department, I can’t help but be amazed. If arts and crafts appeal to you, or if you just want to see something awesome, please check it out here
Kerys @ The Everlasting Library is celebrating 200 followers (congratulations hun 💕) and she’s doing it, with a blog party. Seriously, you should check it out. Also, Kerys is being such a great host, that she’s letting her guests introduce themselves. So please come join the party
Ever wondered how to be a great YA villain? Well, wonder no more. Megan @ The Cozied Reader has made a list for you right here. And while you’re there, don’t forget to check out her LET’S DISCUSS: NEW ADULT LIT post, too.
Now that you’ve seen the best post I’ve read this week, would you want to participate by either doing it yourself, or have your blog mentioned? Let’s chat in the comments!