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. I’ve decided to bring the Follow Friday feeling to my blog, too, and each week I’ll try to dedicate this post to the top posts or bloggers of my weekly theme.
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 my chosen ones to show this week:
🌺 The mango queen May is my blog Google!! She writes the best guides, and is so generous with sharing her tricks of the trade. This week she’s giving tips on How to Get Started on Making Your Blog Look Pretty – and believe me, her blog is very pretty!!
🌺 Sara posted an interesting post about APPROPRIATE INTERACTIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA which leads me to the next one.
🌺 Daniel shared his thoughts on how a single, respectful and polite, Tweet can completely change your perception of someone in his tale of That Time a NYT Bestselling Author Came @ Me.
🌺 STARRY EYED ENIGMA has an interesting and thought provoking post about INFIDELITY IN BOOKS & MOVIES. I am not pro infidelity in any way, shape or form. But it’s still interesting to see what other people make of it, in books and movies!!
🌺 Taryn talks about Capacity and what that can mean to different people.
🌺 Sophie’s most recent discussion post about Are romance readers subpar readers? And romance writers subpar writers? Is both relevant and interesting!! As a romance and smut reader, I know the feeling of people looking down upon my reading habits. Why is that? I don’t judge those who reads about torture and horrid mind games, and I don’t think they’re serial killers in the making – so why is judging romance readers okay?
What is the best post you’ve written and read this week? And don’t forget that if you would want to participate by having your blog mentioned, send me an email as mentioned above.