Day Three's Query is: Who Are Your Blogging BFFs?
daily contact or share much information about families and problems that is the cornerstone of best "friend-dom."
For me blogging has been a lot of fun and I have met some wonderful people both face to face and online who share the same interests as I do. It also organises my mind a bit and helps me focus a bit more than I normally would on my own world of books. I know that some of my best friends who are not bloggers probably get bored stupid with my blogging tales and talking about the people I meet online.
Sharing the love of books online with others has created some wonderful experiences more as serendipity than seeking out to get to know people better. Some bloggers I really click with and others I don't. It has been a fun experience and although I now have more bloggers on my Facebook such as Thomas (My Porch), Elaine, Karyn and Simon (Stuck in a Book) due to blogging I have the opportunity to chat more with them in this fashion. Maybe one day we'll all meet up face to face and have some good chats and share a drink, but I don't see that happening regularly as we live on three different continents. Having said that I'd love for a book blogger whom I do communicate with regularly to visit Tasmania and I'd be happy to show you our beautiful state and talk books.
I belong to some internet book discussion groups, and I've met a few members from those, but I have yet to meet any other bloggers. If I do ever make it to Tasmania, and I hope to! I fully plan to foist myself on you for tours and bookstore guidance :)ReplyDelete
You will be welcome. We can't provide accommodation but we can provide local sight seeing transport, a guide (me !!) and advice. Cheers LisaDelete