Let’s Talk Bookish | March 2020

Hello, my wonderful and lovely friends!! I hope you’re having a great week.

Thank you so so much to everyone who wished me well last week! I’m feeling much better, and it helped so much to see your lovely messages 💚 Thank you!!

Some other stressful/exhausting/time-consuming things have been going on in my life and I completely forgot about posting this. I was wondering earlier “what’s tomorrow’s topic??” and then I was horrified to realize I hadn’t announced them yet. My bad! Sorry guys!!

Today I’ll be sharing with you the Let’s Talk Bookish topics for March 2020. If you’d like to take part, be sure to check out the official page here to get the featured image, and to see this month and all the past month’s topics.

I’d also highly appreciate it if you guys shared any topic ideas that you’d love to discuss! It makes things more interesting and more community-based to have topics coming in from others in the bookish community, and not just me choosing 4 topics that I want to discuss.

I’d like to thank Aria @ Book Nook Bits for suggesting a topic! If you’d like to suggest a topic, don’t hesitate to fill out the form below!!

March 6th: Controversial Blog Posts

Examples: What do you consider controversial? Have you ever written a controversial post? How did you feel and why did you do it? Do you think that speaking about controversies is important?

P.S. If you can’t make tomorrow’s post, that’s totally okay. It’s my fault, and I apologize for posting the topics super late!

March 13th: What Is Your Favorite Way of Reading a Book? (Aria @ Book Nook Bits)

Examples: Do you prefer e-books, physical hardcovers, paperbacks, etc.? Do you like to buy or borrow your books? What’s your favorite bookstore/library? If you’re a borrower, what are your thoughts on borrowing books? If you buy books, what are your thoughts on buying them?

March 20th: Banning Books: A Bookish Sin, or a Reasonable Act?

Examples: In some schools, books are banned for a variety of reasons (too vulgar, explicit, religious, etc.). Do you think this is fair? Should students be allowed to read what they want and be able to get it from their school library? In a more broad sense, how do you feel about books that have been “banned”? Do you think that it’s a crime to ban a book, no matter what it contains, or are there certain cases where it’s alright?

March 27th: Cancel Culture in the Bookish Community

Examples: Do you think that there is “cancel culture” in the bookish community? Should books or authors be “cancelled”? If so, under what circumstances? If not, then how do you think cancel culture should be stopped?

You don’t have to answer every question under the examples. You don’t even have to answer any of them if you don’t want to, but I’ve decided to include them as a guideline if you are unsure what to post regarding the topic.

Is there something about books or the book blogging community that you want to discuss? Do you know any controversies going in the community right now? Is there something you don’t want to discuss personally, but would love to see other’s opinions about? Please share your ideas in the form below, or you can use my Contact page!!

That’s it for today! I hope you enjoy discussing these topics! Please do share any ideas for future discussions in the form above! I’m working on a reading update, which will probably come before the Monthly Wrap-Up, so be on the lookout for that!

Until next time,

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