Thursday, May 26, 2011

Nurturing Relationships

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Today's topic is Nurturing Relations ships.

So headquaters asked us to speak about the friendlys we had thanks to blogging.
I love all my Aussie friends that blog about books. they are just, amazing, Kylie, Lisa, Iris, just to name a couple are some pretty awesome ones that come to mind.
When my blog first started getting more then two viewers a day i was looking for tips on how to make my blog better i ended up emailing Elani of La Famme Readers. She told me to be my self, and i have been doing that, and to be completely honest, My blog has taken of since.
I have always been a loyal person who does alot for other people. I have been putting that in to my blog and have found that helps alot too.
I am not a very old blog so i dont have a lot of bookish friends. I do practicably whore my name out though. Not in the bad way. I pretty much spend most of my night going around commenting on other peoples blogs. I try to read and leave the most honest comments that i can, I often wonder how other blogger view me.
There are alot  of blogs and bloggers i think i connect with and i frequent those blogs.
I feel like i get along with Bookish Bloggers and Authors better then i get along with most people.
I love bookish people, i wish i knew more of them personally, as a REALLY introverted person i really appreciate how friendly and supportive bloggers are.
So i think the book blogging community is just generally nurturing, and my life would definetaly be different with out it.

The Book Mystress, xx


  1. I think it's lovely when readers comment with a meaningful comment, you know they've read what you put out there and took the time to comment thoughtfully. And when you make the time to comment regularly, it's mostly reciprocated ... and so blogging friendships get nutured. Gotta love that :)

  2. Being yourself is really the best advice I have on today's post too. You have to be, otherwise you will not enjoy what you are blogging!

    The commenting is something I am working my way on being more consistent at, as I know how important and valued it is on the receiving end. It is a wonderful community, and I am glad to be a part of it.

  3. I comment when I can but being a full time student keeps me busy. I do, however, reply to every comment left on my blog.

    Rather than talk about bookstores, publishers or bloggers, I'm talking about volunteering. Come see what I mean.

  4. It's great to have amazing blogger friends. You always have each other and it's awesome to have them there whenever needed. We all understand what other bloggers are going through.

    My Nurturing Relationships post can be found here!

    Rebecca @ kindle fever


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