You’ll just have to enjoy these three blogs for a really long time. Because—da da da da!—they’re awesome!
I started visiting Precious’s blog frequently because she started visiting mine more frequently (so if you think commenting isn’t a good way to find followers you’re wrong). She does interesting things, like interview a book she’s read, discuss books she’d like to see converted into movies, and chats about book-related things, like book subscription services. She also participates in a lot of tags and awards, for example The Addictive Blog Award and Daydreamer Award, both of which she won very recently. I love reading her blog because she never gets too long, but she always stuffs her posts full of content.
If you’re interested, you might want to discuss whether you give authors a second chance with her.
How did I find this blog? I don’t remember. But I have not regretted following! Brett does really awesome things like interview people (like Cassie and Brett and Aimee and even me one time). Believe it or not I am not the kind of girl who really likes reading book reviews (and if I do read them, I dismiss them as books I shan’t be reading any time soon) so when I say that he writes awesome reviews, I mean it. And he convinced me to read City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. I wasn’t going to read those books, because I’d seen them reviewed too many times. But I was wrong. So, yes, great reviews, great interviews, and they’re always great reads.
Sometimes he links up with other blogs as well; for example, to discuss his favorite childhood/teen reads!
Opal recently started calling herself Opal, which I am happy about because it is five less letters to type, sounds pretty, and reminds me to read Artemis Fowl all the time. She actually just redesigned her blog! She has brought up some fascinating discussion points, like things she wishes she had known at age 13, the impact of extroverts on her life, and her home. Also, she was super excited when Fan Month started, and I was super grateful because it sucks when you have to do projects without any moral support. She also talks about reading, writing, and apparently plans to take over the world with her cat, but we’ll see how that goes later.
Also, she recently had a kind of controversial post about homeschooling versus public school, and it was very interesting to me.
THANK YOU to Precious, Brett, and Opal for being some of my favorite fantabulous bloggers out there. Visit them. Adore them. Don’t drool on them, that would be weird and would probably not be taken as a compliment. But you could shake hands.
That's all for this March! Let's love some bloggers again very soon!