April 2022 – Let’s Talk Bookish

Good morning, world! I hope you’re all doing well and having a fantastic day! And if not, hopefully tomorrow will be much better 💕

I am here, finally on time for once with April’s topics and I’m praying that this is a trend that continues in the coming months.

If you’re new to LTB:

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.

There are five Fridays in April, and we have four great topics from around the community to discuss. I’ve let the last Friday be a Choose Your Own Adventure, so feel free to not write anything that day or discuss whatever your heart desires.

Without further ado, let’s see these topics!

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April 1: The Makings of a Great Audiobook (Mikaela @ Mikaela Reads)

Prompts: Do you listen to audiobooks? If so, what makes a good audiobook? Is it the narrators or does it depend on the genre? What are some of your recommendations for amazing audiobooks? If you don’t listen to audiobooks, why not, and do you ever plan on doing so?


April 8: Eating & Reading: Yay or Nay? (Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole)

Prompts: Do you ever (carefully) eat and read at the same time? Or are your books too precious to possibly get dirty? Perhaps eating and an audiobook? Do any books ever make you hungry? Is there a time and place for a nice snack or meal with a good book, or should books be focused on independently?


April 15: Joys & Pet Peeves of the (Book) Blogging Community (Kristin @ Lukten Av Trykksverte)

Prompts: What are some things you love about the blogging community? What are some things you dislike? When do you feel the most/least connected to the community? What are some things you’d like to see changed when it comes to blogging? Have there been any major changes in the community since you started to blog that you love?


April 22: To Annotate or Not to Annotate… (Aria @ Book Nook Bits)

Prompts: …that is the question*. Do you like annotating books? If so, how do you annotate them? Is there a difference for you between ebooks, physical books, and audiobooks? If you’ve ever had to annotate books in school, does this affect your willingness to annotate the books you read for fun? What are some downsides to annotating books in your opinion?

*sorry Aria, I just couldn’t not play with the title a bit XD


April 29: Choose Your Own Adventure!

Your choice: write about anything you’d like (topic ideas can be taken from the LTB topic archives), or don’t write anything at all!

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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!

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I’ve updated the LTB page with March and April’s topics.

In March’s topics post, I mentioned that I had a couple of LTB topics that needed editing so I could publish them, but I haven’t made any headway with that yet. I’ve also not been reading so much since the year started, but I’ve liked the books I’ve read so far. Honestly, some reviews and a reading update are in order, and hopefully I’ll work on those soon.

Tomorrow’s topic is The Difference Between Book Addicts and Book Lovers. I know we haven’t had the link up available the last couple of weeks, but I’m going to try and see if I can get it set up for tomorrow.

Until next time,

happy reading, rukky

20 thoughts on “April 2022 – Let’s Talk Bookish

  1. Ooh all of these topics look so fun, and I can’t wait to read all of the posts!! Thanks for using my topic, and I LOVE the title you chose 😀

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