I follow quite a few blogs. I mean I FOLLOW them, not just on my WordPress reader, but I read their posts, ‘Like’, ‘Tweet’ and ‘Comment’. I am very fortunate to also have several bloggers who follow my blog diligently.
When I visit other book blogger’s blogs I often take a gander at their blogroll. I have found many wonderful blogs this way. Hopefully, I am included in other people’s blogrolls so that when visitors visit their blogs they might find a link to me. Or, is it just wishful thinking on my part? I admit that I do get a wee thrill each time I see Fictionophile listed in someone else’s blogroll.
Since earlier this year, when I did some blog housekeeping, I have been trying valiantly to be a supportive book blogger to all those who I have included in my BLOGROLL.
If you want to find some other GREAT book bloggers, look no further than those listed beneath this graphic on my sidebar. Happy visiting!
All in all, I find I am a member of a very supportive book blogging community. It was never so evident as one evening several weeks ago when we almost ‘broke’ Twitter. What fun!
Bloggers know what hard work blogging can be – so we try to support each other in our efforts. With no financial remuneration, support is all the payment we require.
In addition to my BookBloggers blog roll, I have two other blog rolls in my blog’s sidebar. One is for authors that I follow and another for blogs that I follow that are not book blogs.
I’m curious… Do YOU look at the blogrolls of the blogs you visit? Have you ever clicked on a link in a blogroll and found a GREAT blog? If you have, please share your findings in the comments. If you have never found blogrolls to be useful, please explain why not.