Stalking the neighbors, eh?

Today’s WordPress Blogging 101 assignment is to:

Follow five new topics in the Reader and five new blogs.

It took a while because I want to keep this to a minimum. I have three other blogs and want to make sure I don’t repeat follow. One thing I’ve been looking for, just in general, are Reading Challenges. I found a few on my own through some internet searches, and in doing this assignment I found quite a few more. Some that interest me a bit more than the ones I found on my own. Score!

I stuck with following other book bloggers (for now), except for the Longreads blog.

  1. Reflections of a Book Addict
  2. Dysfunctional Literacy
  3. Longreads
  4. Sorry Television
  5. Brunette with a Book

I added the following topics, so I can periodically check to see what’s going on with those topics. I’ll be adding more over the next few days I’m sure.

  • Culture
  • Storytelling
  • Photography
  • Book Reviews
  • Writing

I spent a couple of hours last night and this morning looking at various blogs and found a lot of good blogs and bloggers out there. I’ve made a separate list of them, so I can go back and look at them and perhaps follow at a later date.

2 thoughts on “Stalking the neighbors, eh?

  1. I’m now following you as part of meet the neighbours #blogging101

    At first I visited you as I thought you’d had a terrible life changing injury, now I’m relieved to find it’s a clever name for your book blog.

    My blog is all about Crete, and a book I’ve written based on a real life heroine from my adopted village. I’d love you to pop over…

    Happy #blogging101 X


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