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, and 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.
This week is especially exciting for me! Because this is the first time I’ve actually received an email, from someone who wants to be featured in my #Follow Friday post. YAY.
Here’s some of the other top posts I’ve come across this last week:
- Megan @The Cozied Reader
LET’S DISCUSS: NEW ADULT LIT
This is a really interesting discussion about NA lit.
- Katie @Too Old for YA
ACOTAR IS NOT YA (AND WE NEED TO STOP PRETENDING IT IS)
This is really interesting for me, who kind of dislikes YA – but really want to read ACOTAR.
- Zarbakht @Read Treat
Thankyou so much 700+ Followers.
What an exciting achievement. If you have time, please go say hi or just throw her a like 🙂
Right, the next
one is actually 2 of my favourite bloggers; Kristina and Clo. Yes, it’s only September, but these two girls prove it’s never too early to think of Bloogoween 🎃🎃🎃
You can see Clo @Book Dragons posts here:
And Kristina @Books-and-Dachshunds’s post here:
Now that you’ve seen the best post I’ve read this week, I would like to hear what you think is the best post you’ve written this week, and the best one you’ve read. And don’t forget that if you would want to participate by having your blog mentioned, send me an email as mentioned above.