The One Where I’m Annoying

You may have noticed I reinvented this blog. However, I doubt you noticed since there isn’t much traffic on it recently. I hope this isn’t because the quality of my work has decreased…
So, I changed the name of the blog into Books and Prejudice which I think is very witty and fun. I changed the design of my blog a bit and started writing “funnier” reviews, but also reviews I think are much more professional. And still, no response.

tenorThis blog has existed for four years and its growth has been quite linear. I am trying to think of something to attract more people. Is the problem that people don’t enjoy reading reviews? Am I an echo of the past in a world of booktube?

Well. I must think of something fast. If you enjoy my work, please leave a comment. I know its such a drag leaving comments, but I need reassurement that there is someone reading! Tell me your wishes, your critique, tell me I’m annoying if you want to!

If you are still reading, thank you! And be safe in these scary times…

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2 Responses to The One Where I’m Annoying

  1. nen & jen says:

    I’ve only just recently found your blog and I enjoy reading your posts!! 😄 Blogging takes so much time, effort and love. It’s definitely something you do for the enjoyment of it. I’ve found that my blog engagement has gone up by having simple post titles (mine used to be long and witty but never got appreciated) and interacting with other bloggers. I’m relatively new to this but in the beginning had no interaction and got very down about it all. It’s disheartening to share your thoughts and feel like they’re not being heard. I’m not sure if this will help but the single biggest factor that helped for me was to choose a few bloggers I enjoyed and interact with them consistently on a daily basis. We’ve become friends and it’s a lot less stressful and more interactive this way. A few of them don’t read popular books or have witty reviews etc but I still adore their blogs. Again, you may have tried this but I’m hoping it may help 😊 other ways are to link to blogger’s posts you enjoyed, so linking them in to yours. It always makes people feel appreciated to realise others enjoyed reading their work 😊 at the end of the day though this is truly about having fun and finding enjoyment out of sharing your thoughts. If you ever need to chat, bookish or otherwise I’m happy to listen 💖 -Jen

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    • La Valentinois says:

      Thank you so much for the kind words and the time it took for you to write them! The encouragement is very welcome and so is the advice you left!


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