#LetsDiscuss2020 – Tease Me to Please Me! – #DiscussionSunday #8.

While on furlough from work, I realized that through WordPress alone, I subscribe to over 900 blogs, and over 100 more through email and RSS feeds. That means I get easily 150 emails a day. Now, I don’t have any problem with that, but there is something I wish more bloggers would do, and that … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Tease Me to Please Me! – #DiscussionSunday #8.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Are You a Genre Snob? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #7.

My fellow blogger Katie @ Never Not Reading recently wrote a post on levels of genre snobbery where she listed and described four levels from the least to the worst of them, in her opinion. They were: Level one: Non-Snob Level two: Romance-Hater Level three: The Ageist Level four: The True-Snob The post is worth … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Are You a Genre Snob? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #7.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Rating Books – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #6.

Some people like to use stars (like me). Some people use other ways to rate books. Fellow blogger Claudia over at The Love of Books recently posted that she’s developed a brand new rating system for giving stars (or in her case hearts) to books that she reads. That made me that we should discuss: … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Rating Books – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #6.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Blog Post Titles for Book Reviews – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #5.

Blog Post Titles for Book Reviews. I don’t know about other book bloggers, but I’m not into putting hashtags and at-tags in the titles of my book review blog posts. Yes, of course I do it with post like this – as well as for memes, and other book tags – but when it comes … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Blog Post Titles for Book Reviews – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #5.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Reading Older Novels – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #4.

Older novels... we've all read them in our time; often because we had to (for school). Many people hate reading them, or have a hard time reading them. Others love them. That made me think of writing about this topic: Reading Older Novels. Not long ago, I was on a Facebook group where someone noted … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Reading Older Novels – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #4.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – How Do You Read? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #3.

While wandering around Facebook a while back, author Jane Davis put up a very interesting post, asking the question: How Do You Read? By this, she didn't mean print, or audio, or eBooks. No, this is exactly what she posted: “After last week's Twitter debate about whether people constantly hear thoughts or whether their thoughts … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – How Do You Read? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #3.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Why Won’t You Let Me Like You? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #2.

So, I’ve been blogging for quite some time now, and I follow hundreds of book blogs – literally, hundreds. But there’s something I’ve always wanted to know. Why do some blogs not have “like” buttons for their posts? I mean, having a “like” button is very convenient for me. It means I can visit someone’s … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Why Won’t You Let Me Like You? – TCL’s #DiscussionSunday #2.

#LetsDiscuss2020 – Cultural Appropriation in Fiction – A TCL Literary Musings Post.

With this post, I've decided to join the 2020 Discussion Challenge, hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! I'll probably just reach the "Discussion Dabbler" level (1-10 discussion posts), but who knows? Maybe I'll do more with my first year doing this blogging challenge! For my first … Continue reading #LetsDiscuss2020 – Cultural Appropriation in Fiction – A TCL Literary Musings Post.