March 2022 – Let’s Talk Bookish

I am so so sorry for how late this post is!

And I said in January I wouldn’t repeat being late with the topics. But look who’s posting two weeks after she should have?? I promise, April’s topics will be out on time because I will write that post up today and schedule it so I don’t hopefully mess it up again.

If you’re new:

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme 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. Join in on this meme by writing your own discussion on the topic, and sharing your link using the inLinkz that will be available on Dani’s blog each Friday.

Thank you so much to Hayley, Nicole, and Hasini for suggesting the topics we’re using for March! If you’d like to share a topic, you can do so using the Google Form that will be available below.

Without further ado, let’s get started!


March 4: Maintaining a Blog Aesthetic (Hayley @ On This I Ponder)

Prompts:  How much time do you spend on making your blog look nice? Is it more about making it functional? Did it take a long time to set it up? Are you still changing it around? Do you ever feel like your blog design is not properly appreciated (for example, are most people reading your posts via the Reader and not actually visiting your blog)? What are the best tools you use to customize the look of your blog?

March 11: Updating Old Content (Nicole @ Thoughts Stained With Ink)

Prompts: Do you ever go back and update older content on your blog? For instance, after getting new graphics or going self-hosted? Why or why not? Do you sometimes curate/clear out old posts that you no longer want published, or rewrite/update them? Do you think people should periodically clean up their old content and update/delete things that don’t align with their current positions/beliefs?

March 18: Buying Secondhand Books (Hasini @ Bibliosini)

Prompts: Do you buy secondhand books? Why or why not? What are the benefits of buying secondhand? What are the cons of secondhand books? What do you recommend people do to better support secondhand bookstores?

March 25: The Evolution of Book Blogging (Rukky)

Prompts: How long have you been blogging, and how has the book blogging community changed since you started? Do you think it’s been a positive or negative change? What do you think the future of blogging will be? Would you want to keep blogging even if blogging becomes very “old school” and isn’t really done anymore?


Even if you don’t participate by writing LTB discussions, we’d still love to hear any suggestions you might have. We’re always accepting topics, so you can share your ideas using the google form below!


I’ve updated the LTB page with January and February’s topics, and I’ll be adding March later today as well.

I was supposed to write a post addressing the future of this blog last month, but you know. It hasn’t happened yet. Honestly, you can probably just expect anticipated reads posts (like the ones for Queen of Tiles & The Red Palace) and reviews (first one of the year went live Tuesday!) since those are the only posts I feel like writing.

I have a couple of LTB posts that I started writing, and I need to edit and post them, but I just haven’t been feeling like doing a discussion for a while. But it’s content, so I’ll try to work on it and get them published soon.

Tomorrow’s topic is Topics that Can’t/Shouldn’t be Represented in Fiction, and it’s an interesting one. I probably won’t write a post, but I’ll try to go around and read everyone’s thoughts.

And yeah. Until next time,

17 thoughts on “March 2022 – Let’s Talk Bookish

  1. These are such fun prompts! I’m especially excited for the evolution of book blogging! I hope you’re doing well, and that you’re having a good February!


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