Let’s Talk Bookish

Hello and welcome.

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. Posts are written on Friday’s, and you can suggest topics using the form that you will find below, or you can use my Contact page.

Be sure to check back to find the new topics for each month.

P.S. I don’t seem to be getting ping-backs when you link to this page, so please link to a post instead.

You can find the featured images here (green) & here (yellow) & here(rose)!

Click to See: August 2019 Topics

August 9: Bookish/Blogging Myths

August 16: Reading Slumps and Ways to Overcome Them

August 23: Advice You’d Give to Newbie Bloggers

August 30: Book Tropes That You Love And Why

Click to See: September 2019 Topics

September 6: When An Author Has Gone Too Far – Do you think authors have a right to call out/attack reviewers because of negative reviews?

September 13: Is it bad if you don’t finish reading a book? (suggested by Jane @ Blogger Books)

September 20: Should There Be a Standard for Book Reviews? (suggested by Rukky’s Dad)

September 27: Things You Wish You Could Ask Other or More Experienced Bloggers (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

Click to See: October 2019 Topics

October 4: Star Ratings – Are they fair or necessary?

October 11: Sexual Content in YA – Is there too much sexual content in YA books? (suggested by Ruqs @ Many Things Bookish)

October 18: What are some tropes/characters that you think are poorly or under represented in books?

October 25: Are TBR’s necessary to be considered a book blogger, or reader? (suggested by Heran @ Be Frisky)

Click to See: November 2019 Topics

November 1: What, in your opinion, makes a great book?

November 8: Should readers read books that aren’t for their target age? (suggested by Aria @ Book Nook Bits)*

November 15: Plot or Characters: Which is more important and why?

November 22: Do bloggers/reviewers have to review every book they read? (Heran @ Be Frisky)

November 29: How has reading shaped/changed your life?

*Example, should an adult be reading YA or a teenager reading Adult, or young kids reading YA/Adult etc
Click to See: December 2019 Topics

December 6: How do you feel about content warnings? (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

December 13: How do you deal with problematic books?

December 20: Is there a time limit on spoilers? (suggested by Megan @ Megabunny Reads)

December 27: Who do you think is qualified to write a book with diverse characters?

Click to See: January 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | January 2020

January 3: Audio-books: Reading or Not? (suggested by Aria @ Book Nook Bits)

January 10: Does your love for an author make you biased towards their book and vice versa?

January 17: Toxicity in the Book Blogging Community (suggested by Ruqs @ Many Things Bookish)

January 24: Anxiety and Book Blogging

January 31: Required Reading: A punishment or a blessing in disguise?

Click to See: February 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | February 2020

February 7: How many POVs is too many? (suggested by Heran @ Be Frisky)

February 14: What makes you continue reading a blog post?

February 21: Freebie

February 28: What are your thoughts regarding reading challenges?

Click to See: March 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | March 2020

March 6: Controversial Blog Posts

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

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

March 27: Cancel Culture in the Bookish Community

Click to See: April 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | April 2020

April 10: Book Fandoms (suggested by Dani @ Literary Lion)

April 17: The Hype Train

April 24: Owning Books & Bookish Items (suggested by Aria @ Book Nook Bits)

Click to See: May 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | May 2020

May 8: What Makes a Good Villain? (Dani @ Literary Lion)

May 15: Should We Read More Serious Books? (suggested by Ruqs @ Many Things Bookish)

May 22: Blogging 101: How to Write Your Favorite Post

May 29: Subscription Boxes (suggested by Evelyn @ Evelyn Reads)

Click to See: June 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | June 2020

June 5: How Do You Feel About “Strong Female Characters” (Dani @ Literary Lion)

June 12: Bloghopping (suggested by Marie @ Tirilu)

June 19: What makes a great anti-hero/morally grey character?

June 26: What Do You Look For In A Review? (suggested by Jane @ Blogger Books)

Click to See: July 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | July 2020

July 3: What makes a book YA? (Dani’s Topic)

July 10: Food That Reminds You of Certain Books (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

July 17: July 17th: Blog Scheduling (suggested by Heran @ Be Frisky)

July 24: Our Responsibilities as Bloggers & Readers

July 31: How Have Your Reading Habits Changed Over Time? (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

Click to See: August 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | August 2020

August 7: Should Reviewers Go “Easier” on Self-Published Authors? (Dani’s Topic)

August 14: Do You Use an Online Persona for Book Blogging? (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

August 21: Freebie

August 28: The Popularity of YA (suggested by Ruqs @ Many Things (Not Just) Bookish)

Click to See: September 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | September 2020

September 4: Is 3 Stars a “Good” Rating? (Dani’s Topic)

September 11: How To Encourage Others To Read (suggested by Rian @ Dogs and Books)

September 18: The Pros and Cons of Book Blogging

September 25: Reading Seasonally (suggested by Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog)

Click to See: October 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | October 2020

October 2: Should Your Review a Sequel, Without Reading the First Book? (Dani’s Topic)

October 9: What Makes You DNF a Book? (suggested by Rafaela @ The Portuguese Bibliophile)

October 16: The Care and Keeping of a TBR (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

October 23: What is the Meaning of Diverse Books? (Rukky)

October 30: What Makes a Good Coming of Age Story?

Click to See: November 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | November 2020

November 6: Romance as Subplot (Dani)

November 13: When Are Reading Breaks a Good Idea? (suggested by Lydia @ Lydia Schoch)

November 20: Freebie

November 27: Rereading Books (suggested by Aria @ Book Nook Bits)

Click to See: December 2020 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | December 2020

December 4: Redemption Arcs (Dani)

December 11: The Writing Styles of Classics and Contemporaries (suggested by Eleanor @ Wishing Upon a Star)

December 18: Reading and Blogging: Their Effect on Writing (Rukky)

December 25: There’s no topic for today; enjoy the rest of the year!

Click to See: January 2021 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | January 2021

January 1: Reading Resolutions (suggested by M.T. Wilson @ The Last Book on the Left)

January 8: What Makes Something Canon? (Dani)

January 15: Bookish Memes and Games – Fun Filler or Worthless Waste of Time? (suggested by Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog)

January 22: Why Do You Blog (Rukky)

January 29: What is a “Good” Ending? (Rian @ Dogs and Books)

Click to See: February 2021 Topics

Let’s Talk Bookish | February 2021

February 5: Cliches and Tropes (suggested by M.T. Wilson @ The Last Book on the Left)

February 12: What Makes a Book Beautiful? (Dani)

February 19: Are Big TBRs a Result of Abibliophobia? (suggested by Jillian @ Jillian The Bookish Butterfly)

February 26: How Has Blogging Affected Your Reading? (suggested by Mini @ Book and Corner)

Thank you so much for being interested/taking part in Let’s Talk Bookish! Don’t forget to spread the message so that we can have a larger discussion across many blogs!!

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