Let’s Talk Bookish – It’s a Free Day! // ft. a variety of topics discussed by other bloggers

Hey everyone! Welcome back to Let’s Talk Bookish. Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme, that is hosted by me and Dani @ Literary Lion, where we discuss certain topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts.

Today is a free day, meaning that you guys get to choose what topic you want to talk about, or, like me, you can consider this a day off! If you still want to write a discussion, you can always go through the topic archives on the LTB page to find a topic that you may have missed for some inspiration.

I will still link all the discussions from this week down below, so be sure to come back and check for a variety of awesome discussions!


This Week’s Participants:

Breanna @ Paws and Paperbacks talks about content warnings and why they are important

Rafaela @ The Portuguese Bibliophile discusses what she likes to see in book reviews

Dani @ Literary Lion shares why manga doesn’t always feel like reading to her

Kristina @ Books and Dachshunds talks about online personas and her personal approach

Sophie @ Balivernes joins LTB for the first time (yay!!) and explains how her blog is her space to be herself

Sammie @ The Bookwyrm’s Den discusses how the #ownvoices tag fits into fantasy

What have you guys been reading? Any new releases that you’re eagerly waiting for? Have you filled out my 400 follower Q&A form? What’s your favorite discussion topic? Chat with me in the comments below!

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