This meme was created for YA Midnight Reads as a discussion post of all things bookish.
Like the title suggests, today I am going to be sharing about what I like (or am okay about), but not love about blogging.
I believe one of the most suckish parts of blogging would have to be reading books when I’m just not really in the mood. I have been tight on schedule lately which is why it’t been a major issue for me. I’m going through a contemporary phase so when it comes to what books I read, I have no choice but to go with what I scheduled out months ago. Not only is this a major bummer for me, but also that means I may have rated a book more harshly than I normally do due to my current taste or mood. Nonetheless, my solution is rather simple: get ahead of my schedule so I can be more of a mood reader like I used to! Blogging was not about taking away my love and interest for books, it was about extending my love and sharing my thoughts on books.
It’s such a shame that all fun things in life take up so much time in our days. I know for a fact that next year I won’t be blogging as much due to me moving schools and focussing on getting into university. It’s a sad fact but I will try to blog as much as possible next year for when it’s actually my examinations years, I have a feeling that this blog will rarely ever come up with new posts. But getting into university- I’m going to be blogging non-stop! 😀 However, I’m quite certain I’ll be blogging on Finding Bliss in Books- gotta love my co-blog. *kisses blog*
Drama in general is a pain. And in book blogging it saddens me, I try to stay from it all but it makes me cringe everytime I hear some new drama.
So that’s me, what about you guys? What do you love least about blogging?
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