Thursday Blog Trot #3
Happy Thursday, everyone!
Just a spot of good news – in case you didn’t know, Thursday is basically Friday, so, it’s basically the weekend!
I have great logic, yes I do.
Along with the fact that it’s practically the weekend, it’s also International Women’s Day!
I have some great posts to share with you today! We have a wide variety of topics and resources, so lets get to it!
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Book Community Media Dashboard
I’m coming across this post a bit late, but thought it important to share! Austine at NovelKnight created a Book Community Media Dashboard. It’s a spreadsheet that she created to compile a list of book bloggers, and have a place to easily find them. Anyone can add their information, and access it to find other book bloggers as well! Be sure to check it out!
Celebrating Women Around the World
This is the perfect post for International Women’s Day! Etinosa at Uwadis shared a lovely post called Celebrating Female Nigerian Authors. She shares about five women who have written across the genre board, including Tomi Adeyemi, Nnedi Okorafor, Ayobami Adebayo, Buchi Emecheta, Chimamanda Adichie. If you are looking for some new authors to check out, be sure to read this post!
Trusting the Author
Ruby over at Ruby’s Books had a wonderful discussion in her reoccurring Wednesday Chatter post about Trusting the Author – Take 2. This was a follow up post to her previous one, also titled Trusting the Author. I appreciated her overall etiquette when discussing the topic, and thought it was a great reminder of factors to keep in mind while reading. We all have different takes and expectations for books. But in the end, we are not the author. It’s good to appreciate what the author delivers to us, even if we do not necessarily agree!