The Positives of Blogging
It’s THE LAST DAY. I hope you’ve enjoyed the Blogging Extravaganza and that it’s helped to give you a gentle shove back into blogging, and that it’s given you some blogging inspiration. For the last post we’re getting just a wee bit serious. Even if you’re struggling with blogging, you’re still here and you’re still doing this; there’s a reason why you don’t want to quit blogging, and you know there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. So tell us: Why are you still here? What makes blogging worth it? Why is it so fun and fantastic and you don’t want to let it go? Why do you love it? (And the goods outweigh the few hardships, don’t they?)
Welp. What can I say. I kind of fell off the wagon for part of this blog-a-thon, but my internet’s been in and out (long story) so I kind of have an excuse? Anyhow. The last day of this blog-a-thon is supposed to be dedicated to reasons why book blogging is the best! I have a lot because, spoilr alert: book blogging is one of my favorite things to do. So today in celebration of that fact, I give you: Why Book Blogging Sucks (And You Totally Shouldn’t Do It).
You’ll Make Friends.
Friends. Who needs ’em? Personally, I think you’re better off wthout them. I mean, an awesome community of book lovers, authors, and fellow bloggers? Who’d willingly join that? Nah. Not me.
You Get A Space Of Your Own To Be Creative.
Who wants that? Your own space to run rampant with creativity? Bah! Who needs it???
You Get To Fangirl Over Books With Fellow Fangirls/boys/people
Living a life where you constantly have something to be excited over? Ugh. No, thank you.
You Have A Voice Of Your Own And People Listen To You
Who wants to have their own voice? Not me! And, even more preposterous, who would want to be listened to like your opinion matters? Again, not me.
If You’re Lucky, You Get To Read Books Before Anyone Else
ARCs? Ew. Who ever wanted those?