January is here!! Only 14 more days to go and this year will finally be over! And what’s even funnier is that January 1st is a Friday! We get to start the year with an LTB y’all!!!
If you don’t know, Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme hosted by me and Dani @ Literary Lion, where we discuss topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts. Today’s the day where we will share the topics for the first month of 2021.
Also, we’re out of suggestions. Please do share your ideas for discussions so we can all talk about them in the future. The google form to do so will be linked below, and you can always my contact page as well.
Without further ado, let’s get started!
January 1st: Reading Resolutions (Suggested by M.T. Wilson @ The Last Book on the Left)
Examples: Do you set reading resolutions in the New Year? Are they helpful? Do you look back to see if you stuck to your goals? Do you ever feel pressured/stressed by these resolutions? Do you participate in the GoodReads challenge?
January 8th: What Makes Something Canon? (Dani)
Examples: Is something canon even if it never appears in the actual work? Can an author tweet something and it becomes retroactively canon? When a company like Disney buys something and decides to declare previously canon things non-canon is that to be respected? If events differ in different adaptations which events are the “true” canon.
January 15th: Bookish Memes and Games – Fun filler or worthless waste of time? (Suggested by Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review blog)
Examples: How many bookish memes do you participate in? Do you enjoy working on them? Do you interact with other people’s weekly meme posts? Do you feel like the amount of interaction you get makes the time spent on the posts worth it?
January 22nd: Why do you blog? (Rukky)
Examples: When did you first start blogging and why? What keeps you motivated to continue? Have you ever thought about not blogging anymore? What would make you go on a hiatus for forever? Do you have any specific plans for your blog this year, and if so, what are they?
January 29th: What is a “Good” Ending? (Rian @ Dogs and Books)
Examples: What are some books that had “good” endings for you? What are some books that had “bad” endings? What do you think makes an ending of a story satisfying? Is there anything you always hate in an ending?
What do you guys think of the topics? Are you excited for them and for the end of this year? Do you have any discussion suggestions? Do you have any suggestions about LTB itself in general? Share your thoughts and musings in the comments below!